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Old May-11-2002, 1:03 AM
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Icon27 1974 BURN Review

CIRCUS Magazine - June 1974

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burn is a very strong album I think , the bass the guitar...everything is excting on this LP
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Wow, missed seeing this post. Great review from Circus magazine. They were always my favorite read back in the day
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Released 40 years ago today... February 15th, 1974 ~ "Burn" by Deep Purple

The reviewer above nailed it, eh!

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A whole new side of Deep Purple is emerging here. Totally rejuvenated.

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Makes me think about the progression through the cleaner funkier sound here to some mixed metal/blues on Stormbringer, then MK IV doing Come Taste the Band...which I think in Phoenix Rising someone says is a good record but not a Deep Purple Record.
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My fave Purple album...Burn

Although Machine Head is classic, Burn really does it for me. Two great vocalists sharing the mic. WOW!!!
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