Time flies when you’re having fun so let’s saw 2017 into half…
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With Infinite, Deep Purple releases their twentieth and likely last album before embarking on an extensive farewell tour. We take a look. Continue reading
Disclaimer: I came dangerously close to dismissing Rattle that Lock as an overwrought, pompous, meandering mess. I had seven hundred words written on how I vehemently disliked David Gilmour’s new, and fourth, solo effort. Then I gave it one last spin, just to be sure. And I’m glad I did.
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