Deep Purple Vinyl Collection Box Set Announced

12/09/2015
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(hennemusic) Deep Purple will release "The Vinyl Collection", a 7LP box set featuring the groups' albums issued between 1972-1987, on January 29 via Universal Music Catalogue.

The package presents the band's 1972 classic, "Machine Head", through to 1987's "The House Of Blue Light." Each album will also be made available as a stand-alone title.

Remastered from the original tapes - including the first official remasters of 1984's "Perfect Strangers" and '87's "The House Of The Blue Light" - "The Vinyl Collection" offers original inserts and replica sleeves pressed on 180gm vinyl.

Deep Purple are among the nominees for induction into the 2016 Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame. Read more and see the track details here.

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