Rat Bat Blue - Deep Purple - Who Do We Think We Are (CD, Album)

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  1. Nikozuru
    Oct 25,  · The final album to feature the classic ‘70s lineup of Deep Purple until ’s comeback album Perfect Strangers, Who Do You Think We Are shows what a band in conflict can still accomplish, even with egos clashing. Granted—considering the high level the band had been operating on since ’s Deep Purple in Rock—only “Woman From Tokyo” (with its /5().
  2. JoJojar
    “Rat Bat Blue” is the fifth track off of deep Purple’s seventh studio album, Who Do We Think We Are. This track, written in the key of G major, has a very heavy blues-based riff by Ritchie.
  3. Mazur
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Who Do We Think We Are on Discogs. Label: EMI - 5 2 3,EMI - • Series: Deep Purple Remastered Collection • Format: CD Album, Reissue, Remastered, Repress • Country: UK & Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Hard Rock4/5(13).
  4. Kazilkree
    Feb 05,  · RAT BAT BLUE As recorded by Deep Purple (From the Album WHO DO WE THINK WE ARE) / [Intro] E D E D E D E D E D E D / [Verse 1] A C/A Hey baby, what you gonna do G/A A When the lights go.
  5. Tojatilar
    Running to 5 minutes 23 seconds, "Rat Bat Blue" is the fifth track - Side 2, Track 1 - on Who Do We Think We Are.A group composition, it is said to be Roger Glover's favorite track on the January album and is, as he told Michael Heatley in The Complete Deep Purple, "about picking up a loose chick for the night." Two years later, Glover married his first wife, so .
  6. Malajinn
    Rat bat blue Rat bat blue Rat bat blue Now, get up woman, don't be slow It's getting late and I wanna go No 'cause for acting big Got to love, got to live Stick around with me I'm gonna show you things You never thought you'd see, you see Rat bat blue You're so fine Rat bat blue Get out, you didn't understand I'm a hard loving man No way you.
  7. Zulkicage
    The Deep Purple Appreciation Society Website. News from the DPAS about the band and its members, both past and present_ featuring tour dates, reviews, a discography, photos, back-issues of DPAS magazines and a huge online store. Our aim is only to include reliable, confirmed news and stories, avoiding rumour as much as possible.
  8. Vudodal
    24 Carat Purple, the first compilation worth mentioning after the album, serves as a proof of the softness of Who Do We Think We Are: Woman from Tokyo is the only track - perhaps, debatably, together with the sub-par Never Before - that feels out of place among such monsters as Speed King and Child in Time. Not worthy; does not belong.

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