Heaviest Deep Purple Songs
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One of the craziest organ solo from Jon Lord, with stunning vocals from Ian.
Pure speed metal with gallops and great vox with screams (1970). The second solo is probably the heaviest and wildest solo from Ritchie Blackmore (not his best though). - Metal_Treasure
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Great song! - Userguy44
Asking if I add child in time? - zxm
No, I accept how all song from the In Rock is heavy... so Child in Time has place on this list!
"STFU already man..." Oooh...tough guy. The PROBLEM is your severe limitations; your tunnel vision; your slavish devotion to glorified noise; but most of all, your dominating this site with endless, cookie-cutter lists. In short, this Clan of the Cave Amp is a stupefying BORE.
Hmm... Your "STFU" comment has mysteriously disappeared. Now how'd that happen?
That isn't disappeared LOL... I don't fear from my own comments, emotions!
One of the best songs for headbanging! - Metal_Treasure
This riff is very demonic. - Metal_Treasure
This needs to be higher. The drumming is so aggressive, and it goes at a very brisk pace. - Gg2000
This is a Proto Hard Rock/Metal song. - HEAVYMETALTHUNDER12345
It's not heavy, it has a very soft organ intro and softish vocals until the ahh part. But the guitar solo is metallic. - SoldierOfFortune
Guess somebody already added it - zxm
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