14 Tracks all up... spanning Burn, Stormbringer and Come Taste the Band After much listening my analysis, also by way of going back and listening to the original albums - Burn in particular. First thing that stands out to me is what an incredible drummer Ian Paice was back on those albums, sorry Tommy. Joel Hoekstra is a bloody good guitarist never heard him in Night Ranger, but again emphasis on how clean Ritchie played on Burn/Stormbringer. There's something about Coverdales gravelly (frog in the throat sound) that grates on me, frankly since the Page/Coverdale album onwards. Very minimal keyboards much less Hammond which is disappointing given what an important part of the Purple sound it was. Sounds like they've tuned down a full step, which is understandable and its definitely a big sound, but very Whitesnake for me, pity Blackmore didnt leave the may pole when Coverdale asked him.. The songs Burn - good You fool no one - unfortunate harp intro and no signature Paice beat, eventually the riff does kick in it goes pretty good from that point on Love Child - not bad though no Hammond and the inevitable chugga chug's Sail Away (I was really looking forward to hearing their take on this!) again the signature riff organ/guitar missing completely frankly boring Gypsy - Great!! no Hughes harmony though.. Lady Double Dealer - Pretty damn good.. Mistreated - Good, Hoekstra has great tone on this Holy Man - Good effort from Dave considering its really a Glenn Hughes vocal I wont go through every track and bore you judge as you will for yourself Maybe I'm just getting old and stuck in my ways I suppose good on old Dave for paying tribute to the songs though..