Deep Purple - Rapture Of The Deep
NME.COM feature on Deep Purple - Rapture Of The Deep album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Release date: 26 February 2008
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- Money Talks
- Girls Like That
- Wrong Man
- Rapture of the Deep
- Clearly Quite Absurd
- Don't Let Go
- Back To Back
- Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye
- Junkyard Blues
- Before Time Began
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Deep Purple - Rapture Of The Deep: Wikipedia Album Entry
Rapture Of The Deep is the 18th studio album by Deep Purple. It was recorded and released in 2005. A tour edition followed some months later with a bonus CD containing live tracks and session left-outs.
The band embarked on a lenghty, multiple-leg tour, during which they played many of the album's tracks and even the left-outs, such as "Things I Never Said" and "The Well-Dressed Guitar". These two tracks, along with the title track are still in the band's setlist as of 2010. The title track became a kind of a live favourite among fans.
The album was generally praised by fans and reviewers, reaching top40 in some European countries, e.g. #10 in Germany and #11 in Finland.
It was the second album recorded by Mark VIII, that features:
As of November 2010, it is still the last Deep Purple album, although a new album by the side line-up is expected in 2011.
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