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Old Sep-14-2010, 5:21 AM
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absolutly agree with you !
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Yeah! The Classic is classic!! And we have very interesting history of that music band with the different kind of music!! All that guys are supermusicians!!!! Come taste the band is the pearl!!!!
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Old Feb-23-2011, 10:09 AM
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Mk 4, Mk 3, mK 2 in that order
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Old Dec-18-2011, 12:39 PM
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Hi! I'd say Mk.III...Burn's my favourite DP album, you can't go wrong with Mk.III playing Ml.III songs live, the singing was fabulous indeed, the 18 studio tracks all have something special &, last but not least, Cal Jam!

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Old Dec-18-2011, 9:35 PM
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MK III is my favourite, MKII and MKIV about even. Deep Purple is my favourite band!
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Old Dec-19-2011, 4:53 AM
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Originally Posted by cleanouttasight View Post
Hi! I'd say Mk.III...Burn's my favourite DP album, you can't go wrong with Mk.III playing Ml.III songs live, the singing was fabulous indeed, the 18 studio tracks all have something special &, last but not least, Cal Jam!

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totally agree with you mon ami !
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Old Dec-19-2011, 7:06 AM
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I love MKⅢ line up!!! YhAAAAAAAAAAA
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Old Dec-19-2011, 2:12 PM
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Gtk1974, unfortunately I can't tell which Mk. is your favourite as there's only a small square that appears on my (phone) screen Do you mean that the top spot goes to...all of them?

Stormbringer74, enchanté!

Maybe this already exists, but I'm going to start a new thread on most-to-least preferred line-ups...I'd love to know what you all think!

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Old Dec-08-2012, 9:00 AM
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I like all of them!!
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Old Dec-08-2012, 9:56 AM
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I gotta say the MkIII was my favorite lineup. Even though I loved Mk II for the Machine Head album. But, the Burn album blew me away when it was released - those double vocals just grabbed me
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II and III would be about even, with IV trailing slightly behind.
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Old Feb-17-2013, 11:57 AM
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Mk2a > Mk7 > Mk8 > Mk2b > Mk3 > Mk2c > Mk6 > Mk4 > Mk1 > Mk5.
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Old Feb-18-2013, 4:14 AM
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Mk III > Mk IIa > Mk IV > Mk VII > Mk VIII > Mk V > Mk IIc > Mk IIb > Mk VI > Mk I
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MkII and MkIII
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All of them, I just love Purple. But I really would have liked to see Mk IV stay together longer and see what they were capable of long term. I have the feeling there was so much to come from this line-up that we never got to hear.
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Originally Posted by jbyrne View Post
Got to be Mk IV, Come Taste the Band ..... the most criminally underrated album ever released by any band!

I have to say I am the most familiar with Come Taste the Band.

My brother always played Machine Head...I loved it but didn't pursue them...I was into different things in the 70s...Rush, Styx, Boston, Frampton Comes Alive, BTO Greatest Hits, Steve Miller Fly Like An Eagle, Areosmith, Bad. Co., Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd...etc. Huge UFO fan!

I never got into Deep Purple oddly, not that they're not awesome. I found come taste the band as I was into Bolin for a good while in the late 80s early 90s.
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Old Jul-24-2014, 1:16 PM
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For my $, CTTB was DP's most interesting effort...I think David was at his peak vocally, and what can you say that hasn't been said about Tommy? He was such an innovative player who just had such a great imagination in the way he approached guitar...He and Glenn were so locked in musically that it was sick..They were truly twin sons of different mothers...

agree 110% .....i hit shuffle on the ipod on the train home from work yesterday and what comes out first? "this time around/owed to g"

such a fine line up.....so good!
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I think sometimes MKII gets too defined by Machine Head and Made in Japan; two of my favourite Purp tracks are Anyone's Daughter and Fireball (Paice giving a tutorial!), the former far more whimsical than almost anything in the catalog, and a real clue to the range. If you've see the Classic Albums show about Machine Head, you get a little more perspective on the band as well.
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