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2nd Feb '16 12:15:20 PM allium
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** "Knocking at Your Back Door" is also chock-full of innuendo
21st Oct '15 11:55:10 AM Inspeps
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[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/deep_purple_iroma.jpg]] [[caption-width-right:350:The current lineup (Mark VIII). From left to right: Don Airey, Ian Paice, Steve Morse, Ian Gillan and Roger Glover.]]
8th Oct '15 1:37:50 PM Inspeps
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*FiveManBand: ** TheLeader: Ian Gillan ** TheLancer: Roger Glover ** TheHeart: Ian Paice ** TheBigGuy: Steve Morse ** TheSmartGuy: Don Airey
22nd Aug '15 1:16:37 PM youngbond007
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* GenreRoulette: While they are generally considered a HardRock band, their music incorporates multiple influences. In addition, each Mark has its signature take on rock (with Mark I being more of a ProgressiveRock bent, Mark II on the harder rock/metal part, Mark III/IV known for funk influences, Mark V with a AOR sound that sounded more like 80's Music/Rainbow or Music/Foreigner, and the modern lineup being a mix of all of this).
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* GenreRoulette: While they are generally considered a HardRock band, their music incorporates multiple influences. In addition, each Mark has its signature take on rock (with Mark I being more of a ProgressiveRock bent, Mark II on the harder rock/metal part, Mark III/IV known for funk influences, Mark V with a an AOR sound that sounded more like 80's Music/Rainbow Music/{{Rainbow}} or Music/Foreigner, Music/{{Foreigner}}, and the modern lineup being a mix of all of this).
22nd Aug '15 1:15:57 PM youngbond007
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* GenreRoulette: While they are generally considered a HardRock band, their music incorporates multiple influences. In addition, each Mark has its signature take on rock (with Mark I being more of a ProgressiveRock bent, Mark II on the harder rock/metal part, Mark III/IV known for funk influences, Mark V with a [[Music/Foreigner]]-like AOR sound, and the modern lineup being a mix of all of this).
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* GenreRoulette: While they are generally considered a HardRock band, their music incorporates multiple influences. In addition, each Mark has its signature take on rock (with Mark I being more of a ProgressiveRock bent, Mark II on the harder rock/metal part, Mark III/IV known for funk influences, Mark V with a [[Music/Foreigner]]-like AOR sound, sound that sounded more like 80's Music/Rainbow or Music/Foreigner, and the modern lineup being a mix of all of this).
22nd Aug '15 1:14:19 PM youngbond007
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* GenreRoulette: While they are generally considered a HardRock band, their music incorporates multiple influences. In addition, each Mark has its signature take on rock (with Mark I being more of a ProgressiveRock bent, Mark II on the harder rock/metal part, Mark III/IV known for funk influences, Mark V with a Music/{{Foreigner}}-like AOR sound, and the modern lineup being a mix of all of this).
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* GenreRoulette: While they are generally considered a HardRock band, their music incorporates multiple influences. In addition, each Mark has its signature take on rock (with Mark I being more of a ProgressiveRock bent, Mark II on the harder rock/metal part, Mark III/IV known for funk influences, Mark V with a Music/{{Foreigner}}-like [[Music/Foreigner]]-like AOR sound, and the modern lineup being a mix of all of this).
22nd Aug '15 1:13:49 PM youngbond007
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* GenreRoulette: While they are generally considered a HardRock band, their music incorporates multiple influences. In addition, each Mark has its signature take on rock (with Mark I being more of a ProgressiveRock bent, Mark II on the harder rock/metal part, Mark III known for funk influences, and so on).
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* GenreRoulette: While they are generally considered a HardRock band, their music incorporates multiple influences. In addition, each Mark has its signature take on rock (with Mark I being more of a ProgressiveRock bent, Mark II on the harder rock/metal part, Mark III III/IV known for funk influences, Mark V with a Music/{{Foreigner}}-like AOR sound, and so on).the modern lineup being a mix of all of this).
19th Aug '15 9:20:48 PM youngbond007
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[[caption-width-right:320:The classic (MK II) line-up of Deep Purple. From left to right: [[Music/{{Rainbow}} Ritchie Blackmore]], [[Music/BlackSabbath Ian Gillan]], [[Music/{{Rainbow}} Roger Glover]], [[Music/{{Whitesnake}} Jon Lord]], and [[Music/{{Whitesnake}} Ian Paice]].]]
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[[caption-width-right:320:The classic (MK (Mark II) line-up of Deep Purple. From left to right: [[Music/{{Rainbow}} Ritchie Blackmore]], [[Music/BlackSabbath Ian Gillan]], [[Music/{{Rainbow}} Roger Glover]], [[Music/{{Whitesnake}} Jon Lord]], and [[Music/{{Whitesnake}} Ian Paice]].]]
19th Aug '15 9:20:18 PM youngbond007
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[[caption-width-right:320:The classic line-up of Deep Purple. From left to right: [[Music/{{Rainbow}} Ritchie Blackmore]], [[Music/BlackSabbath Ian Gillan]], [[Music/{{Rainbow}} Roger Glover]], [[Music/{{Whitesnake}} Jon Lord]], and [[Music/{{Whitesnake}} Ian Paice]].]]
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[[caption-width-right:320:The classic (MK II) line-up of Deep Purple. From left to right: [[Music/{{Rainbow}} Ritchie Blackmore]], [[Music/BlackSabbath Ian Gillan]], [[Music/{{Rainbow}} Roger Glover]], [[Music/{{Whitesnake}} Jon Lord]], and [[Music/{{Whitesnake}} Ian Paice]].]]
19th Aug '15 10:20:36 AM Inspeps
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* LiveAlbum: They outnumber their studio outputs at this point.

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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Original vocalist Rod Evans disappeared after his involvement with the infamous "Deep Purple Reunion" of 1980. He hasn't been seen or heard from since, but is apparently recieving royalties again as of 2015.
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