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'Deep Purple' won't overshadow 'In Rock' or 'Machine Head' in your collections, but it's worth
owning not only from an historical perspective, but it makes for a fun listen every once in a while as
'Pictures of Matchstick Men' was a pretty cool single in my book and the Status Quo debut album released in 1968, while totally derivate of the Swinging London sound is still a fun listen as is the follow-up 'Spare Parts' which we're reviewing here.
'Suitable For Framing' was the band's second album and I think it's their best. Coming off their superb 1968 debut and the massive selling Harry Nilsson penned single 'One' under their belts, this record featured no less than three top 10 singles.