Deep Purple: Burn, LP (Vinyl)
Deep Purple: Burn, LP (Vinyl)
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Deep Purple
Burn

  • LP (Vinyl)
  • European Union
reissue, remastered
  • Purple Records
  • (3635841)
  • Purple Records
  • (0600753635841)
  • 8 Tracks
  • UPC 600753635841
  • EX+ / EX+
  • used
  • still sealed

tracks

A1

Burn

Written By
6:00
A2

Might Just Take Your Life

Written By
4:36
A3

Lay Down, Stay Down

Written By
4:15
A4

Sail Away

Written By
5:48
B1

You Fool No One

Written By
4:47
B2

What's Goin' On Here

Written By
4:55
B3

Mistreated

Written By
7:25
B4

"A" 200

Written By
3:51

Credits

Artwork
  • Nesbit, Phipps And Froome
Bass Guitar
  • Glenn Hughes
Vocals
  • Glenn Hughes
  • David Coverdale
Drums
  • Ian Paice
Engineer
  • Martin Birch
  • George
  • Paul
  • Tapani Tapanainen
Keyboards
  • Jon Lord
Lead Guitar
  • Ritchie Blackmore
Management
  • Baz Marshall
  • Ian Broad
  • Magnet
  • Ron Quinton
Photography By
  • Fin Costello
Producer
  • Deep Purple

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