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Deep Purple in Rock

Deep Purple

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
June 3rd, 1970
Catalog ID:
SHVL 777 (1E 062-91442)
Version desc.:
Gatefold, First press
Label:
Harvest
Format:
12" vinyl (33⅓ RPM)
Reviews:
9 reviews (avg. 96%)
Side A
1. Speed King 05:03   Show lyrics
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2. Bloodsucker 04:16   Show lyrics
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3. Child in Time 10:19   Show lyrics
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Side B
4. Flight of the Rat 07:58   Show lyrics
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5. Into the Fire 03:29   Show lyrics
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6. Living Wreck 04:34   Show lyrics
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7. Hard Lovin' Man 07:11   Show lyrics
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Band members
Ian Gillan Vocals
Ritchie Blackmore Guitars
Ian Paice Drums
Roger Glover Bass
Jon Lord (R.I.P. 2012) Organ, Keyboards
Miscellaneous staff
Mike Brown Photography
Philip McDonald Engineering
Martin Birch Engineering
Andy Knight Engineering
Alan Hall Photography
Ian Gillan Vocals
Ritchie Blackmore Guitars
Ian Paice Drums
Roger Glover Bass
Jon Lord (R.I.P. 2012) Organ, Keyboards
Mike Brown Photography
Philip McDonald Engineering
Martin Birch Engineering
Andy Knight Engineering
Alan Hall Photography
Read The Definitive Mark II Deep... 100% electricfuneral9719 July 2nd, 2013
Read That Sculpture in Rock 98% Ritchie Black Iommi February 9th, 2012
Read Deep Purple In Metal! 100% Metal_Thrasher90 August 21st, 2008
Read About as good as it gets 98% heavyownage November 8th, 2007
Read One of yesteryear's... 88% Gutterscream May 12th, 2005
Read The first metal album ever. 100% blackmore_87 March 31st, 2005
Read Take a hold now if you can! 100% Psionic_Blade March 27th, 2005
Read Screw Machine Head, this is... 85% OlympicSharpshooter April 23rd, 2004
Read Essential! 95% ShatteredSky October 25th, 2003

All tracks credited to all members.

The album title is intended to be a parallel to the 'Deep Purple in Concert' notion of the preceding "Concerto for Group and Orchestra" album. The album is arguably more well-known as simply "In Rock".

Recording information:

Recorded at IBC's Studio A (Portland Place), De Lane Lea (Kingsway) and Abbey Road studios, London; from October 1969 to April 1970.

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