Deep Purple Rapture Of The Deep Album

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Label : Edel (UK)
Released : November 1, 2005
Recorded : March–June, 2005
Genre : Hard rock, heavy metal
Producer : Michael Bradford
Length : 55:48
Eagle Records (US)

Rapture of the Deep is the 18th studio album by English hard rock band Deep Purple, released in November 2005. It is currently the band's most recent studio album.

It is the fourth studio album from Deep Purple since Steve Morse joined the band in 1994. It is also the second album to feature veteran keyboardist Don Airey. The album was produced by Mike Bradford, who also produced the band's previous release, Bananas. Like Bananas, the album generally received positive reviews from critics. Rapture of the Deep is Deep Purple's first release in Europe on the minor label Edel Records, while in the US the record was released by Edel's sub-label Eagle Records.

The album peaked on Billboard's USA "Top Independent Albums" Chart at position #43. It also made the top 20 in several European charts. From Wikipedia

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Release Date: 11/01/2005
Tracks in Rapture Of The Deep: Money Talks, Girls Like That, Wrong Man, Rapture Of The Deep, Clearly Quite Absurd, Don't Let Go, Back To Back, Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye, MTV, Junkyard Blues, Before Time Began

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