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Even more Now what?! snippets

Deep Purple - Now what?! artwork; image courtesy of Edel/earMUSIC

The album has appeared on iTunes with about a minute and a half previews of all the songs.

Amazon UK has 30 seconds previews, albeit in piss poor quality (you have been warned).

Thanks to Randy Engman and Daniel Bengtsson for the info.

11 Comments to “Even more Now what?! snippets”:

  1. 1
    stoffer says:

    after listening to the ‘snippets’ on I tunes, I don’t hear Perfect Strangers or Made in Japan, what I hear ‘so far’ is Perpendicular meets One Eye to Morocco (but it is only 90 seconds per song so there is much more) and this is not a bad thing because Morse and Airey are all over these little pieces of music, I can’t wait to hear the ENTIRE CD, I think it will be just what we were hoping for?!

  2. 2
    bjorn says:

    Brilliant!!!!!!!!!!! Didn’t know what to expect really from the new record but these clips sound really promising. Can’t wait to listen to the album in its entirety. 🙂

  3. 3
    Andrey Barabanshchikov says:

    I can die with a blissful smile on my face now. Vincent Price and Wierdistan rule! Every snippet blew me away!
    Hell to pay is the worst song on the album.
    Thank you everybody!

  4. 4
    Tracy(Zero the Hero)Heyder says:

    DAMN IT?! The weakness won again. I fell off the wagon and succumbed to the temptation of hearing these short but sweet snippets. I must say though, I am thoroughly confident that this album will please the masses. I am hearing some truly ear pleasing stuff here. I must toughen up though. I will not listen to another snippet. I will hold off until I listen to the CD I have purchased and played in it’s entirety on my sound system. That was the ‘Last Temptation’.

    Counting down….


  5. 5
    xcllranderson says:

    The links appear to have disappeared from the site… 🙁

  6. 6
    MacGregor says:

    Tracy, don’t worry, we all do it, well maybe not all but probably 99% of us! If we didn’t have a listen we would be either very disciplined, not interested at all, or into some form of personal musical torture, meaning, subjecting ourselves to endless days & nights of anxiety.
    It would be like in the ‘old’ days when we had the little transistor radio or something similar, & then the radio announcer (what they were called back in the old days) would say ‘now coming up in a few moments we have a new song from Deep Purple’s upcoming new album’, & then we turn the radio off before listening to it! How many fans would do that? Not too many me thinks! Cheers.

  7. 7
    purplepriest1965 says:


    Who Cares? : )

  8. 8
    LRT says:

    Oh dear, more of the same… can’t wait to see some tail between legs. Going to be funny reading how you try to dismantle this recording, Priest! That shall be a hoot!

  9. 9
    LRT says:

    Just looking on the bright side, as usual. It rarely lets down, so it’s reliable that way, try it sometime. Oh that’s right, you pass up every opportunity to seem positive. Never mind, it’s too easy.

  10. 10
    purplepriest1965 says:

    @ 8

    I m not even gonna try.
    It does not need me at all. : )

  11. 11
    Dee? ?ur?!e Fan says:

    Looks like they removed the samples from amazon.uk.

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