24bit Deep Purple

Deep Purple ‎- Deepest Purple (1980) Harvest/PLAY-1015 - AU Pressing - LP/FLAC In 24bit/96kHz

Deep Purple ‎- Deepest Purple: The Very Best Of Deep Purple
Vinyl | LP Cover (1:1) | FLAC + cue | 24bit/96kHz & 16bit/44kHz | 900mb & 200MB
Label: Harvest/PLAY-1015 | Released: 1980 | Genre: Hard-Rock

Essential: a masterpiece of rock music
Burning up the charts
"Deepest Purple" is a fine introduction to the music of the legendary Deep Purple. While the tracks pretty much pick themselves, when complied in this format they represent a thoroughly enjoyable, and surprisingly accurate high level summary of the bands work.
Deep Purple - Burn (1974) Warner Bros. Records/W 2766 - US Pressing - LP/FLAC In 24bit/96kHz

Deep Purple - Burn
Label: Warner Bros. Records/W 2766 | Release: 1974 | Repress | Genre: Hard-Progressive
Vinyl | LP Cover (1:1) | FLAC | 24bit/96kHz & 16bit/44kHz

Essential: a masterpiece of rock music.
OK, it might not be prog, but anyone who really loves rock music should get this album. This is the reason behind the five stars: "Burn" is a classic, no more, no less, and there's a lot in it for prog lovers to appreciate - for one thing, the interplay between Lord and Blackmore, and Paice's amazing (as always) drum work.

Deep Purple - In Rock (1970) 24bit/192KHz Vinyl Rip  Vinyl & HR

Posted by karfaks at Feb. 5, 2011
Deep Purple - In Rock (1970) 24bit/192KHz Vinyl Rip

Deep Purple - In Rock
Vinyl rip in 24bit/192kHz | FLAC | image + cue | no scans
1,66 Gb | Filesonic and Rapidshare | Classic rock | 1970


Deep Purple in Rock (also known as In Rock) is an album by English rock band Deep Purple, released in June 1970. It was their fourth studio album, and the first with the classic Mk II lineup. Deep Purple in Rock was their breakthrough album in Europe and would peak at #4 in the UK, remaining in the charts for months. (The band's prior MK I albums had been much better received in North America than in their homeland.) The album was supported by the hugely successful In Rock World Tour which lasted 15 months.
Deep Purple - Who Do We Think We Are! (1973) [2008, Warner Music Japan, WPCR-13114] Repost

Deep Purple - Who Do We Think We Are! (1973)
EAC | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & MP3 CBR 320Kbps
Warner Music Japan, WPCR-13114 | ~ 256 or 83 Mb | Scans(jpg) -> 67 Mb
Hard Rock

Who Do We Think We Are is the seventh studio album by the English hard rock band Deep Purple, released in 1973. It was Deep Purple's last album with singer Ian Gillan and bassist Roger Glover until Perfect Strangers came out in 1984…
Deep Purple - Machine Head (1972) [2008, Warner Music Japan, WPCR-13112] Repost

Deep Purple - Machine Head (1972)
EAC | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & MP3 CBR 320Kbps
Warner Music Japan, WPCR-13112 | ~ 266 or 91 Mb | Scans(jpg) -> 60 Mb
Hard Rock

Led Zeppelin's fourth album, Black Sabbath's Paranoid, and Deep Purple's Machine Head have stood the test of time as the Holy Trinity of English hard rock and heavy metal, serving as the fundamental blueprints followed by virtually every heavy rock & roll band since the early '70s. And, though it is probably the least celebrated of the three, Machine Head contains the "mother of all guitar riffs" – and one of the first learned by every beginning guitarist – in "Smoke on the Water." Inspired by real-life events in Montreux, Switzerland, where Deep Purple were recording the album when the Montreux Casino was burned to the ground during a Frank Zappa concert, neither the song, nor its timeless riff, should need any further description…
Deep Purple - Fireball (1971) [2008, Warner Music Japan, WPCR-13111] Repost

Deep Purple - Fireball (1971)
EAC | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & MP3 CBR 320Kbps
Warner Music Japan, WPCR-13111 | ~ 261 or 94 Mb | Scans(jpg) -> 68 Mb
Hard Rock

One of Deep Purple's four indispensable albums (the others being In Rock, Machine Head, and Burn), 1971's Fireball saw the band broadening out from the no-holds-barred hard rock direction of the previous year's cacophonous In Rock. Metal machine noises introduced the sizzling title track – an unusually compact but explosively tight group effort on which Jon Lord's organ truly shined…
Deep Purple - Deep Purple In Rock (1970) [1990, Warner Bros CD 1877, Canada]

Deep Purple - Deep Purple In Rock (1970)
EAC | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & MP3 CBR 320Kbps
Warner Bros CD 1877 | ~ 263 or 102 Mb | Scans(jpg) -> 30 Mb
Hard Rock

After satisfying all of their classical music kinks with keyboard player Jon Lord's overblown Concerto for Group and Orchestra, Deep Purple's soon to be classic Mark II version made its proper debut and established the sonic blueprint that would immortalize this lineup of the band on 1970's awesome In Rock…
Deep Purple - Deep Purple (1969) [2014, Victor VICP-75128, Japan] Repost

Deep Purple - Deep Purple (1969)
EAC | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & MP3 CBR 320Kbps
Victor VICP-75128 | ~ 371 or 144 Mb | Scans(jpg) -> 35 Mb
Hard Rock / Classic Rock / Art Rock

This is a record that even those who aren't Deep Purple fans can listen to two or three times in one sitting – but then, this wasn't much like any other album that the group ever issued. Actually, Deep Purple was highly prized for many years by fans of progressive rock, and for good reason…
Deep Purple - The Book Of Taliesyn (1968) [2014, Victor VICP-75127, Japan] Repost

Deep Purple - The Book Of Taliesyn (1968)
EAC | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & MP3 CBR 320Kbps
Victor VICP-75127 | ~ 399 or 158 Mb | Scans(jpg) -> 33 Mb
Hard Rock / Classic Rock / Psychedelic Rock

Several months after the innovative remake of "You Keep Me Hanging On," England's answer to Vanilla Fudge was this early version of Deep Purple, which featured vocalist Rod Evans, and bassist Nick Simper, along with mainstays Ritchie Blackmore, Jon Lord, and Ian Paice. This, their second album, followed on the heels of "Hush," a dynamic arrangement of a Joe South tune, far removed from the flavor of one of his own hits, "Walk a Mile in My Shoes." Four months later, this album's cover of Neil Diamond's Top 25, 1967 gem "Kentucky Woman," went Top 40 for Deep Purple. Also like Vanilla Fudge, the group's own originals were creative, thought-provoking, but not nearly as interesting as their take on cover tunes…
Deep Purple - Shades Of Deep Purple (1968) [2014, Victor VICP-75126, Japan] Repost

Deep Purple - Shades Of Deep Purple (1968)
EAC | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & MP3 CBR 320Kbps
Victor VICP-75126 | ~ 418 or 154 Mb | Scans(jpg) -> 23 Mb
Hard Rock / Classic Rock

The usual perception of early Deep Purple is that it was a band with a lot of potential in search of a direction. And that might be true of their debut LP, put together in three days of sessions in May of 1968, but it's still a hell of an album. From the opening bars of "And the Address," it's clear that they'd gotten down the fundamentals of heavy metal from day one, and at various points the electricity and the beat just surge forth in ways that were startlingly new in the summer of 1968…