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Lay Down, Stay Down - Deep Purple - Burn (Vinyl, LP, Album)

8 Reply to “ Lay Down, Stay Down - Deep Purple - Burn (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Nikogor says:
    Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Burn () / Vinyl record [Vinyl-LP] at royreretorlestkabatincondscalnordown.coinfo Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.
  2. Voodoobei says:
    Feb 07,  · foobar / Dynamic Range Meter log date: Analyzed: Deep Purple / Burn ( Vinyl Download) DR Peak RMS Duration Track DR11 dB dB 01/Burn DR11 dB dB 02/Might Just Take Your Life DR12 dB dB 03/Lay Down, Stay Down DR11 dB dB 04/Sail .
  3. Tojarisar says:
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  4. Fekree says:
    Burn, an Album by Deep Purple. Released 12 June on Purple (catalog no. TPS (); Vinyl LP). Genres: Hard Rock.
  5. Yojas says:
    Vinyl LP Purple / 1A plus "Might Just Take Your Life", the sexually charged "Lay Down, Stay Down" and "You Fool No One" add depth to the LP. In fact, the album is only brought down via the closing "A ". The Burn album blazes, and features cool cover artwork from legendary rock 'n' roll photographer Fin Costello. KNOCK IT BACK!
  6. Brazshura says:
    "Burn" kicked things off with one of the strongest singles ever released by Deep Purple, the title track, a lyrically dark and musically fiery rock and roll tale that set up a vocal strategy used heavily by MkIII; Coverdale and Hughes shared lead vocal duties on almost every song, a brilliant combination, but it would become a dividing factor /5(5).
  7. Dukazahn says:
    A1 – Burn A2 – Might Just Take Your Life A3 – Lay Down, Stay Down A4 – Sail Away B1 – You Fool No One B2 – What’s Goin’ On Here B3 – Mistreated B4 – “A” Cover has some ring wear and there is a one inch tear on the front £.
  8. Vibar says:
    Deep Purple's first album since last year's departure of vocalist Ian Gillan and bassist/composer Roger Glover is a passable but disappointing effort. On Burn, new lead singer David Coverdale sounds suitably histrionic, like Free's brilliant Paul Rodgers (rumored to have been Purple's first replacement choice). But the new material is largely.

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