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Don't forget that some of the members of Deep Purple actually appeared on Christmas rock albums ... including Glenn Hughes and Ritchie Blackmore having their own Christmas albums ...



No! Blackmore did a WINTER album. He's a pagan now (used to be Christian!), he don't like Christmas! He said it in an interview after releasing the album. emoticon
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I remember reading a different interview where he mentioned that (they're both pagan) and I just remember going "Whew!!" emoticon

It makes sense that he is, with all the seances he used to do. He said he was into white magic whereas Pagey was into black, but it always seemed to me regardless of the kind of seance, he would be at the very least Pagan (or atheist like me).
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Uh huh ... so that's why they did a song called "Christmas Eve?" Makes sense ... emoticon
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Uh huh ... so that's why they did a song called "Christmas Eve?" Makes sense ... emoticon



I'm sure there are Satanist, church-burning bands singing about Christmas! emoticon
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Jewish people have made Christmas albums lol It doesn't mean anything anymore. Its about the $$.
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Jewish people have made Christmas albums lol



I bet Mel Gibson plays those albums all the time! emoticon
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No purple stories related to x-mas for me, but I always start the new year by listening to MIJ or least a couple of songs from MIJ.

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The album I most associate with Christmas(from the DP family) is BN Shadow of the Moon. For some reason I started listening to it during the holidays and liked it a lot.
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For me it's Scandinavian Nights (Stockholm 1970). I have no idea why!
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