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Re: Remorseless Review of Crapture of the Shallow


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With whom on guitar...?? Blackmore is happy doing what he is doing.



Ritchie Blackmore is the best but not the world’s only hard rock guitarist. Others worthy of auditions are: David ‘Rock’ Feinstein, Janick Gers, Ronnie Montrose, Gary Moore, Leslie West and Michael Schenker.

The Silent Screamer and Prozac Kid are pretentious, ungrateful snobs and it’s up to ‘real’ fans to give these selfish bastards a reality check for making a mockery of Ritchie’s band.

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Anyway, I tried blowing myself up on the 4th of July but my Zombie body reformed...



You mindless, slobbering Morsified Zombies are good for absolutely nothing. Give it another try next year and please succeed.

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Re: Remorseless Review of Crapture of the Shallow


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Anyway, I tried blowing myself up on the 4th of July but my Zombie body reformed...



 Forget trying to blow yourself up. Just keep listening to "Capture Some Sleep" and you'll just crawl back to your tombs and rest in pieces.


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Re: Remorseless Review of Crapture of the Shallow


This album is one of the best purple have ever done and they keep getting better, morse is the best guitarist ever including blackmore (perhaps not david gilmour) this criticisms are unfounded and show no actual reasons why any of the songs are bad.
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Re: Remorseless Review of Crapture of the Shallow


Celtic Legacy told me to speak for myself. Sure, he's right. Maybe someone does have to listen a half dozen times to realize it's crap. Maybe, someone needs to listen to it as a whole, the first time, and then listen back five more times, focusing on each member. Still, if I don't like something, I hardly go back for another listen, speaking for myself.

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Re: Remorseless Review of Crapture of the Shallow


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Forget trying to blow yourself up. Just keep listening to "Capture Some Sleep" and you'll just crawl back to your tombs and rest in pieces.



Well said! Have you listened to Feinstein’s Third Wish in its entirety yet? It’s much better than the Rods and Blackmore fans will love this metal masterpiece.

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This album is one of the best purple have ever done and they keep getting better, morse is the best guitarist ever including blackmore (perhaps not david gilmour) this criticisms are unfounded and show no actual reasons why any of the songs are bad.



Who let Steve Morse’s mother in this fan forum? Crapture is commercialized crap and is unworthy of the Deep Purple name. The Redneck Reaper is the most boring idiot I have ever heard play guitar and is totally unqualified in filling Ritchie’s boots.

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Maybe someone does have to listen a half dozen times to realize it's crap. Maybe, someone needs to listen to it as a whole, the first time, and then listen back five more times, focusing on each member.



I hated Crapture more every time I listened to it. I actually hate Crapture even more than Burpindicular, A.Band.On Life Support and Vegetables. The Silent Screamer’s voice has declined so much that he’s now grating on studio recordings. The Redneck Reaper’s playing is especially tedious and uninspired. Paicey couldn’t work up a sweat playing this Crapture in a sauna.

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Blah blah blah...blah blah...blah....zzzzzzz
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Re: Remorseless Review of Crapture of the Shallow


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Ritchies Strat wrote:
Forget trying to blow yourself up. Just keep listening to "Capture Some Sleep" and you'll just crawl back to your tombs and rest in pieces.



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Blah blah blah...blah blah...blah....zzzzzzz



It sounds like somebody has been listening to Crapture of the Shallow and is now enjoying a Rip Van Winkle like slumber.

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Undisputed Lord of the Purple Realm
President of the Steve Morse Eradication Committee
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I'm glad to know that the Blackmorons on the forum are so concerned for my well being.... emoticon

I have now managed to scrounge up 6 songs off of 3rd Wish now....since I'm not a glutton for punishment, I won't be looking for anymore...since they really all have a very simialr vibe.

Don't much care for it...but I'm glad you like it.

I think I'll listen to a little ROTD. Still a great record...rail on Remorseless....your just wrong...
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I have now managed to scrounge up 6 songs off of 3rd Wish now....since I'm not a glutton for punishment, I won't be looking for anymore...since they really all have a very simialr vibe.



If you’re a Ritchie Blackmore fan and have listened to the classic title track of Third Wish a few times and haven’t had a craving to hear the entire album in its entirety then I’m afraid your lost metal soul is beyond regeneration.

If you think irredeemable rubbish like Money Talks and House of Pain are worthy additions to the legacy of a band that has recorded Highway Star and Burn then it only confirms that you’ll spend eternity as a mindless, slobbering Morsified Zombie who considers brains infested with mad cow disease a delicacy and has exceedingly poor taste in music.

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President of the Steve Morse Eradication Committee
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Re: Remorseless Review of Crapture of the Shallow


Listening to 3rd Wish (which is the best of the Feinstein tracks) makes me long to hear Rising and LLRR since it's done better there...

If you can't tell that ROTD is a good record you...well you have a different opinion than I do...:-)

I'm sorry that I feel ROTD is a very Purple alblum and that doesn't fit into your world view...so I must be eradicated....you sound like a 6 year old kid on your rants....

BY the way...here's my review of ROTD after several months of intense listening.

Money Talks: Great opening keyboard work....breaking into a solid rocker. Good guitar work, interesting lyrics. Classic Purple sound but it sounds a littel like more modern rock bands too...Gillan's outro scream shoudl have been left off...

Girls Like That: Typical soft Morse guitar opening that evolves into a pretty typical rocker. Gillan's vocals are quite good hear...minus the scream prior to the keyboard solo. Not bad...but a filler track mostly.

Wrong Man: Solid rocker...would have fit nicely on the first half of Abandon. Not a personal favorite, but a good song with a strong groove.

ROTD: Brilliant musicianship...lvoe the guitar work...the breaks in the middle are very effective and Morse's 2nd solo is brilliant. A reunion era highlight.

CQA: Another stunner. Best lyrics of any Gillan/Purple ballad. Beautifully constructed song....the outro chord progression/with swirling keyboard underpinnings/breaking into a great hammond solo is absolutely brilliant.

Don't Let Go: Very funky/poppy rocker with outstanding solos. Lyrics are clever. I like this a lot.

Back to Back: The only song I really don't like. Solos are good but the song just kind of meanders along with no real point. Definitely a weak point.

Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye: Another stunner....great drumming. While the alarmist enviornmental message grates on my right wing nerves a bit...it's effectively conveyed....and Gillan's vocals are really good. The solo is OK but is a bit fo a let down based on the power of the track.

MTV: A lyrical masterpiece. Musically...the breaks are very interesting. Airey is especailly good here. I just wish they'd follow their own advise on their live shows...

Junkyard Blues: Brilliant...my favorite song ont he record. So much energy in the opening and closing sequence sandwhiched into a tremendous piano/guitar solo spot. Morse is great on this track, both in his solos and the riffing....

Before Time Began: Epic....lyrics are great....song builds and builds...the ending is odd...but I think it really works based on the message Gillan is conveying here. Another classic track.

Things I Never Said: Why this was a Japanese only release I'll never know. Great uptempo rocker...best FAST rocker of the reunion era. Brillaint solos....Gillan is in fine form....the whole band just cooks here.

Only 1 really weak track to my ears....a few tracks I can do without....It's not all sunshine and light....I'm not a shill for Morse era Purple...but it's a REALLY good record.

A treat for REAL Purple fans....:-)

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