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Live in Japan album for sale by Deep Purple was released Jun 30, 1998 on the EMI Music Distribution label. Deep Purple presents LIVE IN JAPAN featuring 21 tracks and a bonus booklet on this U.K. import edition.1993 EMI release, a reissue of the band's 1972 live albumfeaturing their shows in Osaka on August 15th & 16th, 1972and their August 17th, 1972 Tokyo performance. Includes a 24page full color booklet and 21 tracks, including 'HighwayStar', 'Strange Kind Of Woman', 'Space Truckin'', 'Smoke OnThe Water', 'Speed King' and more. ...See Full Description
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I recommend this cd.It is deffently worth the money.You will not be disappointed. Frank
By rosshouse3 (Pittsburgh PA)
I am very glad I bought this set. You get a lot of Purple!! These are the recordings culled from for Made In Japan.
By PETEY (Keokuk, IA, USA)
||A WELL JUSTIFIED EXTRAVAGANCE|
I have 46 Deep Purple albums in all, including all of their studio albums right up to ROTD. The rest are live albums.
By ushrit (bangalore, india)
||A must for dedicated fans|
This disk contains the complete 3 day concert set from the band's legendary Made in Japan opus -except for 1 song.
By Ron S. (Mesa, AZ)
If you think Made in Japan is one of the best, if not the best live albums ever, then get this now.
By Dave (Taylor, Mi)
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|CD Universe Part number||1269985|
|Label||EMI Music Distribution|
|Release Date||Jun 30, 1998|
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