For 1973’s Burn, Deep Purple founders Ritchie Blackmore, Ian Paice and Jon Lord recruited the amazing vocal talents of rising new comer David Coverdale (Whitesnake & Coverdale/Page) & power bassist/vocalist Glenn Hughes (Trapeze/Black Sabbath/Hughes Turner Project/Black Country Communion) for what turned out to be one of their best known and respected albums in their huge catalog. Commonly referred to Purple fans as the Mark III line up, this dream team to this day is often considered one of the finest hard rock outfits of all time. The term arena act began with bands like Deep Purple in the sixties and seventies, and these masters of the game have carried the torch ever since! Filled with heavy metal anthems like the title track Burn, Might Just Take Your Life, Mistreated and the hard rockin’ You Fool No One, Deep Purple’s Burn is still revered as one of the finest hard rock/metal albums of our time, as it truly shines in this audiophile vinyl domain. Impeccably mastered from the original Warner Bros. tapes by Deep Purple enthusiast/reissue producer Joe Reagoso, this limited edition masterpiece continues the extensive Deep Purple 180 Gram Audiophile Series here at Friday Music. We have also included the original candle cover artwork as you remember it from the first pressings issued over three decades ago, housed in a nice poly bag to protect your investment, as well as a poly lined record sleeve for the vinyl. ROCK ON!