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Vote song You want to be eliminated!

Vavoom: Ted The Mechanic
0 (0%)
Loosen My Strings
0 (0%)
Soon Forfotten
0 (0%)
Sometimes I Feel Like Screaming
0 (0%)
Cascades: I'm Not Your Lover
0 (0%)
Rosa's Cantina
0 (0%)
A Touch Away
4 (100%)
Somebody Stole My Guitar
0 (0%)

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Voting closed: September 21, 2018, 10:35:08 PM

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Offline The Silent Cody

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DEEP PURPLE Survivor 2018 - Purpendicular - round 5
« on: September 20, 2018, 10:35:08 PM »
SURVIVOR 2018
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15. PURPENDICULAR(1996)

[centerPurpendicular is the fifteenth studio album by Deep Purple. Released in 1996, it is their first album with guitarist from Dixie Dregs Steve Morse, who replaced Ritchie Blackmore; Blackmore, meanwhile, resurrected Rainbow and released the album Stranger in Us All.
It was recorded at Greg Rike Productions, Orlando, Florida, February to October 1995 and engineered by Darren Schneider and Keith Andrews. It had a more experimental approach than previous albums. The arrangement to "The Aviator", for example, employed an acoustic folk/country arrangement that had not been heard on the band's previous work. Several of the songs, such as "Vavoom: Ted the Mechanic" featured smaller keyboard parts, and mainly center on the guitar parts. Another new addition to the guitar playing was the use of pinch harmonics, very notably used on "Vavoom: Ted the Mechanic" and "Somebody Stole My Guitar". "Sometimes I Feel Like Screaming" and "Vavoom: Ted the Mechanic" remained regular features in Deep Purple's live setlist in recent tours.
Like the title of the band's following album, Abandon, Purpendicular is a pun; in this case, based on the band's name and the word "Perpendicular".
Contents [/center]

IAN GILLIAN - vocals
STEVE MORSE - guitar
JON LORD - organ, keyboards
ROGER GLOVER - bass, vocals
IAN PAICE - drums


4TH ROUND RESULTS:
Vavoom: Ted The Mechanic - 0 (0%)
Loosen My Strings - 0 (0%)
Soon Forfotten - 0 (0%)
Sometimes I Feel Like Screaming - 0 (0%)
Cascades: I'm Not Your Lover - 0 (0%)
Rosa's Cantina - 0 (0%)
A Touch Away - 0 (0%)
Hey Cisco - 3 (75%)
Somebody Stole My Guitar - 1 (25%)


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8.  :huh:
9. Hey Cisco
10. The Purpendicular Waltz
11. A Castle Full Of Rascals
12. The Aviator
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And I have a big problem... 8 songs left and I totally don't know which of them is my least favourite, I like them all... So I have to find that one which is musically and technically my least favourite, not in general. It will be A Touch Away...
DEEP PURPLE survivor 2018 - Now What ?! - rounds starts now!!!  :corn :corn :corn :corn

Offline Mladen

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Re: DEEP PURPLE Survivor 2018 - Purpendicular - round 5
« Reply #1 on: September 21, 2018, 02:44:06 AM »
A Touch Away

It does get fairly tough after this one.