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2 Oct, 2012

Perfect Strangers - Deep Purple - Perfect Strangers (Cassette, Album)

The album was remastered and reissued on 22 June with the bonus instrumental track "Son of Alerik". The latter had previously been available as a B-side on the single "Perfect Strangers" in The album was a commercial success, reaching 5 in the UK charts and 17 on the Billboard in the US.

Their US tour in out-grossed every artist that year except Bruce Springsteen. Template:Album ratings The album received mixed reviews. Deborah Frost of Rolling Stone in a contemporary review remarked that, with the exception of the two singles, "the material consists of hastily knocked-off jams " and wondered if the release was just made "to cash in on the then current heavy-metal craze".

She also stated that "Blackmore's Strat has such a great roar that you're willing to just let it reverberate in your eardrums for a bit. And it's nice to hear Jon Lord's synthesized organ squalls, Ian Paice's electrifying drumming, Ian Gillan's howls and whispers and Roger Glover's solid bass lines once again", although "instead of Glover, an outside producer might have forced the band to tighten up its licks and arrangements.

Script error: No such module "Track listing". Solid Deep Purple effort!!! Verified Purchase. The fact that Rolling Stone gave this album only 2-Stars back in was absolutely ridiculous but then again look at the source.

This is one of my all time favorite Deep Purple albums and definitely worthy of 5-Stars! My old cassette tape went the way of the dinosaur years ago and now the remastered CD is excellent with the extra track Son of Alerik instrumental. Ian Gillian left Black Sabbath thankfully as he was not a good fit on vocals but he never sounded better on this album.

Ritchie Blackmore's guitar is on fire with his classic sound and riffs. All songs on here absolutely rock! Perfect Strangers is just a solid bluesy rock song. Knocking At Your Back Door It stays in your head for days and you love it all over when played again! Look, absolutely nothing bad to say about this album.

I loved this album, and not just the radio hits, the whole album was hard rock ear candy at that tyme in my life. Quickly I started picking up some of their earlier '70s releases. In my opinion, this is another one of those "Desert Island" releases. This is in my opinion, a better, stronger effort than "Machine Head". I know that is probably sacrilegious to many Purple fanz out there, but I'm not saying "Machine Head" isn't a great album, I'm just trying to convey how good this release is, to me anyway.

Since the release of the LP, there have been two "bonus" tracks added. I'm glad it was added. As my only complaint of the LP release back in '84 was the fact that it seemed a bit short on tyme clocking in just over 40 minutes.

I'm not omitting or diminishing Ian Gillan or Ian Paice, but those other three are arguably some of the very best there's ever been at their respective instruments. Paice is a great drummer and Gillan has one of the best voices in my opinion that I've ever heard. It is really a shame that this honer wasn't bestowed on them prior to Jon Lord's passing. This band can and does hold their own when compared to some of the other legends of the tyme, Led Zeppelin, Cream, Black Sabbath Let's make it happen Free Hugs!!

Deep Purple's last, great effort. If you're a fan of the 70s rock defined by Led Zeppelin, Deep Purple, and Bad Company, you probably already have this album. If you are and you don't, you really should. Treat yourself, you deserve this album. Romantic Evening Sex All Themes. Features Interviews Lists.

Streams Videos All Posts. Track Listing. Knocking at Your Back Door. Deep Purple. Under the Gun. Nobody's Home. Perfect Strangers is just a solid bluesy rock song. Knocking At Your Back Door It stays in your head for days and you love it all over when played again! Look, absolutely nothing bad to say about this album. I loved this album, and not just the radio hits, the whole album was hard rock ear candy at that tyme in my life.

Quickly I started picking up some of their earlier '70s releases. In my opinion, this is another one of those "Desert Island" releases. This is in my opinion, a better, stronger effort than "Machine Head".

I know that is probably sacrilegious to many Purple fanz out there, but I'm not saying "Machine Head" isn't a great album, I'm just trying to convey how good this release is, to me anyway.

Since the release of the LP, there have been two "bonus" tracks added. I'm glad it was added. As my only complaint of the LP release back in '84 was the fact that it seemed a bit short on tyme clocking in just over 40 minutes. I'm not omitting or diminishing Ian Gillan or Ian Paice, but those other three are arguably some of the very best there's ever been at their respective instruments.

Paice is a great drummer and Gillan has one of the best voices in my opinion that I've ever heard. It is really a shame that this honer wasn't bestowed on them prior to Jon Lord's passing. This band can and does hold their own when compared to some of the other legends of the tyme, Led Zeppelin, Cream, Black Sabbath Let's make it happen Free Hugs!! Deep Purple's last, great effort. If you're a fan of the 70s rock defined by Led Zeppelin, Deep Purple, and Bad Company, you probably already have this album.

If you are and you don't, you really should. Treat yourself, you deserve this album. Deep Purple made a big comeback with Perfect Strangers and this album has aged well over the years. No, it's not on par with classics like Made in Japan or Machine Head but it's still very good and there's not a bad song in the bunch. Not to be overlooked is guitar whiz Ritchie Blackmore whose guitar work is excellent throughout, particularly on "Under the Gun" and the slower paced "Wasted Sunsets" and "Son of Alerik".

Other strong tracks include the fast paced "A Gypsy's Kiss", the hard hitting "Not Responsible", and the cool story song that is "Mean Streak". Perfect Strangers was a welcome addition to the Deep Purple catalog and only enhanced their legend. See all reviews. Top reviews from other countries.

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  1. Perfect Strangers is the eleventh studio album by the British rock band Deep Purple, released in October It was the most successful album recorded by the reformed 'Mark II' line-up.. It was the first Deep Purple studio album in nine years, and the first with the Mk II line-up in eleven years, the last being Who Do We Think We Are in Ritchie Blackmore and Roger Glover arrived from Genre: Hard rock, heavy metal.
  2. Label: Mercury - M-1 • Format: Cassette Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Hard Rock Deep Purple - Perfect Strangers (, Cassette) | Discogs Explore/5(10).
  3. Deep Purple's last, great effort. Witty lyrics on the edge of double entendres (Knocking At Your Back Door) to ballsy party anthem (Not Responsible) to the philosophical metal that is classic Deep Purple (Perfect Strangers). If you're a fan of the 70s rock defined by Led Zeppelin, Deep Purple, and Bad Company, you probably already have this album/5().
  4. The Perfect Strangers Tour was a concert tour by British hard rock band Deep Purple. It was the first tour from the band since and the first to feature the classic Mark II lineup since The tour was in support of their first album together in over 11 years Perfect Strangers.
  5. Deep Purple's definitive Mark II lineup reunited for 's Perfect onancribpassrefcu.gestsoulucurfeicompprettherstertemptawars.co is one of the better examples of a reunion album, although the band's uneasy camaraderie only lasted a few more years. "Knocking at Your Back Door" opens the album with a roar.6/
  6. Deep Purple Perfect Strangers Cassette nice tape. $ + $ shipping Album: Genre: Rock: Inlay Condition: Very Good Plus (VG+) Special Attributes: Cassette Condition: UPC: Deep Purple - Perfect Stranger - Cassette tape. tape and insert are excellent. case has some ware. shipped usps media mail. Seller assumes all Seller Rating: % positive.
  7. Perfect Strangers é o décimo-primeiro álbum de estúdio do Deep Purple, lançado em setembro de Ele representa o primeiro álbum gravado pela reformada, mais bem sucedida e popular, formação “Mark II”. Foi o primeiro álbum de estúdio do Deep Purple em nove anos, e o primeiro com a formação MkII por 11 anos, sendo o anterior “Who Do We Think We Are” em
  8. Label: Polydor - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Brazil • Genre: Rock • Style: Hard Rock Deep Purple - Perfect Strangers (, Vinyl) | Discogs Explore/5(43).
  9. Jul 16,  · October after years of false starts, rumours and innuendo, the classic Mk II version of Deep Purple got back together. While undoubtedly a mega event in the history of rock, the re-formation didn’t catch the imagination of the record-buying public in quite the manner you might have expected. In place of a lot of shouting from the rooftops and dancing in the streets, you detected &#.

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