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Classic Rock turns to crime

classic rock issue 295

Classic Rock magazine has another Deep Purple cover on issue #295 dated December 2021. The magazine also includes an exclusive 4-track CD containing 7 and 7 is from the upcoming Turning to Crime, Step by Step from Whoosh!, plus Pictures of Home and Bloodsucker recorded live in Rio de Janeiro on December 15, 2017. Both live tracks were previously available only on vinyl that came with the limited edition of Whoosh!

classic rock #295 promo cd

The magazine can be ordered from Your Celebrity Magazines, they ship worldwide.

Thanks to our editor emeritus Benny Holmström for the info.



7 Comments to “Classic Rock turns to crime”:

  1. 1
    Hristo says:

    12 songs from Rio has been released with Japanese version of Whoosh branded as Infinite live vol.2. So the magazine cover is a bit misleading. The gig itself is not great as Hellfest, usual 70’s classics plus Birds of Prey. The new ones are excluded. Not great idea!

  2. 2
    Attila says:

    I downloaded ‘Roadrunner’ (TtC bonus track).
    Not bad, but what is more reassuring is that it features a brass section which is good news for the album.

  3. 3
    Micke says:

    @2 The bonus track is perhaps not the most exciting track ever..

  4. 4
    Buttockss says:

    Step by step is a good song goes well with Vincent Price for Helloween time…..scary!!!!!

  5. 5
    Eitablepanties says:

    They really look like crimminals, god job.

  6. 6
    Attila says:

    Off topic, but maybe worth rehearsing the old question in 2021: why are Purle smaller than Floyd and Zep if they are actually bigger? Ask two, well, rappers.

    https://youtu.be/foopC_n6AOU

  7. 7
    Buttockss says:

    @ 6…Can’t really take into account what rappers think. They never even heard or know of an instrument.

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