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Thread: Is "Burn" Deep Purple's Best Album???

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    I like some of the spinoff projects (Gillan, Paice Ashton Lord, Roger Glover's Elements) better than what they did collectively as Deep Purple.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GeneTull View Post
    I like some of the spinoff projects (Gillan, Paice Ashton Lord, Roger Glover's Elements) better than what they did collectively as Deep Purple.
    Gillan's "Glory Road" is certainly better than some DP albums.
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    BTW, No! It's not their best. Maybe the best of the Coverdale era though.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by GeneTull View Post
    I like some of the spinoff projects (Gillan, Paice Ashton Lord, Roger Glover's Elements) better than what they did collectively as Deep Purple.
    And Whitesnake when both Jon and Paicey were still members was at least AS good as Purple.
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    Quote Originally Posted by progmatist View Post
    And Whitesnake when both Jon and Paicey were still members was at least AS good as Purple.
    I certainly enjoy those early Whitesnake albums.

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