Deep Purple – The House Of Blue Light (VG+/VG+)
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The House of Blue Light is the twelfth studio album by the English rock band Deep Purple. It was released in 1987 and marked the band's first studio album since 1984's Perfect Strangers.
The House of Blue Light is a classic example of Deep Purple at their best. The album showcases the band's trademark hard rock sound, with heavy guitar riffs, groovy bass lines, and of course, Ian Gillan's iconic vocals. The album contains some of Deep Purple's most popular and beloved songs, such as "Bad Attitude", "Call of the Wild", and "Black and White".
The House of Blue Light features some of the best guitar work of Deep Purple's career. Ritchie Blackmore's guitar solos are particularly impressive, and his distinctive sound is integral to the album's sound. The album also features some of Jon Lord's most creative keyboard work, including the eerie intro to "The Unwritten Law" and the jazzy outro to "Call of the Wild".
The House of Blue Light is a true classic of hard rock. The album contains some of the band's best songs, and the musicianship is top-notch. The album is a testament to the band's creativity and their ability to craft songs that stand the test of time. It is an essential addition to any Deep Purple fan's collection.
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