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Gold: Greatest
Artist: Deep Purple
Format: CD


Label: Voiceprint Uk
Rel. Date: 02/04/2022
UPC: 805772062221

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1. Highway Star (Live at Schleyer-Halle)
2. The Cut Runs Deep
3. Vavoom Ted the Mechanic
4. Ramshackle Man
5. A Castle Full of Rascals
6. Perfect Strangers (Live at Schleyer-Halle)
7. Truth Hurts
8. Solitaire
9. Loosen My Strings
10. Anyone's Daughter (Live at the Nec)
11. A Touch Away
12. Black Night (Live at Schleyer-Halle)
13. Nasty Piece of Work
14. Slow Down Sister
15. Child in Time (Live at Schleyer-Halle)
16. Anya (Live at Schleyer-Halle)
17. Love Conquers All
18. Sometimes I Feel Like Screaming
19. Wicked Ways
20. The Purpendicular Waltz
21. Speed King (Live at Schleyer-Halle)
22. The Battle Rages on
23. King of Dreams
24. Soon Forgotten
25. Knockin' at Your Back Door (Live at the Nec)
26. Fire in the Basement
27. Time to Kill
28. Cascades I'm Not Your Lover
29. Fortuneteller
30. Lazy (Live at Schleyer-Halle)
31. Somebody Stole My Guitar
32. Hush (Live at the Nec)
33. Smoke on the Water (Live at the Nec)

More Info:

Sony's Gold: Greatest Hits Collection includes many of the big names in popular music - Bob Dylan, Meat Loaf, Johnny Cash and many others. No surprise then to find Deep Purple on the list, and here we have the definitive collection. Most of the firm favourites are recorded live; seven at Schleyer-Halle, Stuttgart and four from the NEC, Birmingham for the 25th Anniversary tour in 1993 featuring the classic line-up of Ian Gillan, Jon Lord, Ian Paice, Roger Gover and Ritchie Blackmore. And the NEC show was one of Blackmore's last ever with the band. He walked out after the Helsinki concert in November that year