Deep Purple - Machine Head


Deep Purple - Machine Head

Label:

Rhino

Genre:

Pop/Rock

Product No.:
ARHI 75622
UPC: 081227562212
Availability:
In Stock
Category:

180 Gram Vinyl Record



180 Gram LP    



Deep Purple rocks like no other band. Anyone over the age of 10 or who has ever picked up a guitar knows the opening riff to “Smoke On The Water.” The classic lineup of Ritchie Blackmore, Ian Gillan, Roger Glover and Ian Paice is a seminal example of full-on, amps-at-eleven, bang-your-head, blow-your-speakers rock with a capital BLAM! Features some of the group’s biggest hits, and most popular songs.


Side One
1. Highway Star
2. Maybe I'm A Leo
3. Pictures Of Home
4. Never Before

Side Two
1. Smoke On The Water
2. Lazy
3. Space Truckin'

Customer Reviews (5.00 Stars) 6 person(s) rated this product.

Very Impressed!

posted on 06/22/2016
5 Stars
Reviewer: TK
Great detail in this remastering. Fantastic album!


Deep Purple

posted on 10/20/2010
5 Stars
*********************Speachless for 35 years wheh heard for 1 st time


Great repress

posted on 09/11/2007
5 Stars
Reviewer: Robert Shaw
Much more aticulate and intimate than the original pressing. Maybe I'm a Leo is now my favorite cut on this album. Highly recommended for Purple fans.


Best version of a DID

posted on 05/24/2007
5 Stars
Just finished listening to this masterpiece and highly recommend this version. the sound is excellent it smokes the original pressing. a must for all DP fans


Perfect clasic Deep Purple album reissue!

posted on 08/19/2006
5 Stars
Reviewer: Vladas from Lithuania
My favorite Deep Purple album now sounds very good on 180gr Vinyl! I have SACD, DVDA and old original LP version. All versions sounds different, good work is multichannel DVDA track. But much better Deep Purple songs sounds on 180gr Vinyl. Just try to compare...


Still as Powerful as ever

posted on 05/10/2006
5 Stars
Reviewer: D.T. Hartman
When my original copy of Machine Head was sounding worn I decided to upgrade to the 180 gram reissue. Although Smoke on the Water has the classic riff that everyone knows, it is my opinion that Lazy is the song you have to hear. From the moment Jon Lord hits the opening note to the full force onslaught of Blackmore and company you know you are in for an aural experience. The sound is deep and black. The entire album stands the test of time and is well worth purchasing.


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