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Machine Head album for sale by Deep Purple was released Jan 20, 1989 on the Warner Bros. label. This package contains the original MACHINE HEAD plus quadrophonic mixes of 2 songs on one disc, MACHINE HEAD remixed by Roger Glover in 1998, and a 28 page booklet. A probable contender for one of hard rock's "all-time most influential albums," Deep Purple's MACHINE HEAD has all the markings of a heavy classic. It was here that the band's combination of amped-up blues, progressive instrumental prowess, screaming guitars, and thunderous rhythms was crystallized for the ages, helping to lay the foundation for hard rock and heavy metal throughout the '70s, '80s, and '90s. Machine Head CD music contains a single disc with 7 songs. ...See Full Description
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What can be said but a classic! One of the first (vinal) albums I wore out and had to replace! There is no greater energy than Highway Star!
By aaarcher (White Plains, NY)
|Deep Purple’s best studio album.|
“Highway Star” has the best beginning of all songs I’ve ever heard and it has a magnificent guitar and keyboard solos. “Lazy” is a perfect instrumental mix of classical, jazz and blues music. Personally, “Pictures Of Home” is one of my favourites and “Smoke On The Water”…no comment! In my opinion “Machine Head” is one of the best hard rock albums from the 70’s.
By christian_grierson (Madrid, Spain)
||Deep Purple "Just as I remembered them"|
I'm rebuilding my teen years music collection these days. Deep Purple was one of the major influences on me growing up in Hawaii. I surfed with their music in my head and skateboarded in a half pipe with them blaring out of an over head speaker. Listening to their music brings it all back! Jim.
By a reviewer (Dakar Senegal)
||the great purple|
Every song is a masterpiece. Blackmore at his best performing.
By paturitzu2006 (Bucharest, Romania)
||Veritable classic of rock.|
I love almost all Deep Purple, but this one is even better than usual. Contains the blistering 'Highway Star', a ground-breaking pre-cursor to speed metal, the enchanting rock of 'Pictures Of Home', the mega-jam 'Lazy', and the humourous abd lovable 'Space Truckin'. Then, of course, there's 'Smoke On The Water', one of the most utterly overrated tracks in history. I know, I know, it's UNBEARABLY catchy and is a good song, but Deep Purple had so many superior songs. 'Pictures Of Home' for example blows it away completely. But anyways, that little rant is only because 'Smoke' is so dis-proportionately popular to the rest of Purple's (brilliant and so often much better) output and that is somewhat annoying. Needless to say Machine Head is a stunning achievement of rock, which I felt Purple still topped not much later with the SCORCHING and incredible Burn.
By Tim (Wellington)
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|CD Universe Part number||1099177|
|Release Date||Jan 20, 1989|
|Producer||Deep Purple; Simon Robinson|
|Recording Time||37 minutes||