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Old 07-24-2017, 04:12 AM   #1
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Deep Purple to release A Fire In The Sky anthology

Deep Purple will release a new anthology, “A Fire In The Sky”, on September 8 via Rhino Records.

Available in single and three-disc sets, the package – named after a lyric in the group’s signature song, “Smoke On The Water” – traces the history of the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame band from their 1968 debut, “Shades Of Deep Purple”, through to 2013's “Now What?!.”
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Re: Deep Purple to release A Fire In The Sky anthology

The only reason I MIGHT buy this collection is for the Michael Bradford produced tracks (2003-2005) that had such loud mastering, the CD's had crackling noises. I'm curious if this anthology will have good mastering, so that I can finally hear these tracks (Sun Goes Down, Wrong Man & Rapture of the Deep) with good sound quality.

Besides that, I thought the backward chronological running order was a creative approach.
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