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Glory Road (Bonus Track Version)

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Disc 1 of 2
01
Unchain Your Brain
3:12
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Are You Sure?
4:06
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Time And Again
5:06
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No Easy Way
6:35
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Sleeping On The Job
3:11
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On The Rocks
6:41
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If You Believe Me
7:33
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08
Running, White Face, City Boy
3:13
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Nervous
3:46
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Disc 2 of 2
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Higher And Higher (For Gillan Fans Only)
5:42
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Your Mother Was Right (For Gillan Fans Only)
5:56
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Redwatch (For Gillan Fans Only)
3:25
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Abbey Of Thelema (For Gillan Fans Only)
6:07
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Trying To Get To You (For Gillan Fans Only)
3:21
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06
Come Tomorrow (For Gillan Fans Only)
3:11
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Dragon's Tongue (For Gillan Fans Only)
5:51
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Post Fade Brain Damage (For Gillan Fans Only)
4:33
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Egg Timer (For Gillan Fans Only)
7:11
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10
Harry Lime Theme (For Gillan Fans Only)
4:10
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11
Handles On Her Hips (Bonus track)
2:09
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12
I Might As Well Go Home (Mystic) (Bonus track)
2:19
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 21   Total Length: 97:18

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Like Mr. Universe, Glory Road put to shame many of the albums Deep Purple recorded after Ian Gillan’s departure. Play this album next to Purple’s post-Gillan 1975 release Come Taste the Band, and it becomes clear just how superior some of Gillan’s solo albums were. Those who like Gillan for melodic yet blistering heavy metal won’t be disappointed by “Sleeping on the Job,” “Unchain Your Brain,” and other inspired, high-octane rockers. A few years later, Gillan would experiment with elements of jazz fusion and R&B/funk, but on Glory Road it is his love of metal and balls-to-the-wall rock that wins out. Next to Mr. Universe, this was Gillan’s best studio date. – Alex Henderson

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