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  • After always reading what a travesty this album was supposed to be, I didn’t expect much. But after listening to this great piece of rock, clearly the only problem is with the listeners. People who want to hate an album will usually hate it. People who claim Turner is a pop crooner don’t know what they’re talking about. Turner is that rare rock singer who can sing at all volume levels. A crooner is a ballad singer who sings every note softly(Perry Como.) It sounds like Blackmore asked Turner to sound more like Coverdale and Hughes. He’s got a much bluesier sound than he used with Rainbow and it is very effective in this music.
    If Ian Gillan is the only singer you want to hear in this band then you should ignore this album. But if you want to hear Blackmore and Lord play with the most versatile singer they’ve ever had then this album is for you.

    Posted on November 19, 2009