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Burn 3oth Anniversary (Rhino Version)


I had this reccomended to me over the import version by none other than shredder Joe Stump. I wanted first of all the original artwork, but there's little to fault on this recording anyways! I'm wondering how the other compares?
Also, on the remixes, at times the vocals and lead guitar sound different (most often BETTER!). The credits thank Coverdale and Hughes, but did Ritchie play on these remixes as well?
I'm really enjoying the 24-page booklet, everything. Only $[sign in to see URL] at my downtown store. How much better IS the import?

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according to DPAS there are NO diferences between US and European versions. just the sleeve package

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 The credits thank Coverdale and Hughes, but did Ritchie play on these remixes as well?





 I don't believe Blackmore chose to be involved with the remastering or remixing of any of the Anniversary Editions of Deep Purple's back catalogue. The only involvement would be that it is his guitar work being used on all the editions - guitar work he had done during each album's era/period, so to say. For example, on the Anniversary Edition of "Machine Head", Glover used some of the guitar work that Blackmore had done during the "Machine Head" sessions for "Smoke On The Water" and remixed it into the track whereas it hadn't been used originally.



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For example, on the Anniversary Edition of "Machine Head", Glover used some of the guitar work that Blackmore had done during the "Machine Head" sessions for "Smoke On The Water" and remixed it into the track whereas it hadn't been used originally.



I seem to remember reading somewhere that Blackmore wasn't too happy about that emoticon

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 Yeah, I remember that. Something about Blackmore threatening to consider legal action or something like that. I remember when someone first posted about that + when I went and read the article, it just seemed to me - which is just a 'feeling', no more - that Blackmore wasn't all that serious and seemed like he was probably just talking a little crap, more than anything else.

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 Yeah, I remember that. Something about Blackmore threatening to consider legal action or something like that. I remember when someone first posted about that + when I went and read the article, it just seemed to me - which is just a 'feeling', no more - that Blackmore wasn't all that serious and seemed like he was probably just talking a little crap, more than anything else.



yeah, but I remember some similar things when the "In Rock" remaster was [sign in to see URL] seemed like he wasn't aware of it. it was like someone had just told him about it and he hadn't heard it and he didn't know what it was.

he said something like: "The original sounded good so why do they do this?"

I get the same impression about Machine Head. He had just heard that Roger had "messed" with his guitar [sign in to see URL] as he hadn't listened to it he assumed the worst...

Since the Rainbow remasters lack any kind of extras, I can't imagine Blackmore being too interested.
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I was listening to the Anniversary edition and noticed there is a very audible guitar pickup switch in a break in YFNO. This is the triplet thingy before the solo. After the first triplet as there is a break, you can hear Blackmore doing the switch.

It's not in the remixed bonus track.

Has anyone noticed the switch in the original vinyl? I have worn out & lost my copy ages ago.
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I've always heard the switch, but always thought it was cool too emoticon I think its just more pronounced due to the remastering process. I like hearing little things like that make it onto records.

But in regards to reissues/remasters, I've seen in various interviews that Ritchie considers them to be cash grabs, no more, no less.
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Oh yeah, I love the switch sound - very 'live' feel!

Btw, my favourite Hughes vocal part is in the same song. The second bridge where he sings lead ("If you think you're gonna take me for granted...") - I just love the tone he has for this part.
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I love everything about that song, always have! And of course what they did with it live, it became a whole other monster!
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