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I think Slow Down Sister is better than most of the tracks on the album.



Agreed.



Agreed too! Excellent track.

Fire, Ice & Dynamite is a bit poo though!

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Why would anyone want leftovers from this album? Wasn't the album bad enough? emoticon



I'd put it this way: The album is good enough. No leftovers needed! emoticon



That makes the whole difference between the fans and the collectors...

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I thought it wasn't a bad album at all, guess if you liked Rainbow with Joe Lynn Turner, then i guess you like S&M emoticon
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I did like S&M (what a name emoticon ) too. I think it's nice because it's something completely different. Really a pitty, that they didn't record another one...

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I found this on You Tube; posted by Lola Norumhead

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Great stuff here, particularly from Fire In The Basement onwards - even KoD unplugged is pretty good!

The Paice/Lord/Glover/TMIB jamming sessions are fantastic - perhaps they should have put S&M out as an instrumental emoticon or at the very least as raw as this!.....

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I think it was a very creative period for Blackmore. You don't have to like JLT or the overall softened sound of the album but there are some killer riffs and solos on S&M.
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I would doubt there were 14/15 tracks that were actually finished, on the expanded S&M outtakes (link below) there are quite a few jams/rough ideas where its difficult to hear what JLT is singing, as he’s kind of scatting/trying out phrases.

One of these is a track without JL or possibly even RG as it sounds like RB Taurus pedals playing the bass, it’s called something like ‘The long goodbye’

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The Paice/Lord/Glover/TMIB jamming sessions are fantastic - perhaps they should have put S&M out as an instrumental emoticon


Imstrumentally Mk V was great indeed. If they had got another singer, it could have lasted longer ...


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I imagine some of these themes were around from 84-87 times?
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well i can't understand their attitude... here we are, ready to buy everything they put on market even if they're not new recorded material. which means they won't have a lot of production spending. just a bit of mixing and mastering that's all. the only idea against it could be that they don't want us to listen to the old stuff and support the new things. could it be so?



That must be it.

And when the current DP folds up, probably around 2015, the fans have hearing aids and are watching soap operas rather than listening to rock music.



Haha. band still going, i can sill hear but i do need reading glasses to type this.

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