Deep Purple stands alongside Led Zeppelin and Black Sabbath as part of the Holy Trinity of British hard rock. The list of the band's classic songs is legion, and the influence it's had on successive generations of musicians is both enduring and remarkable. A Fire in the Sky includes a selection of songs chosen from the 19 studio albums that Deep Purple recorded between 1968 and 2013.
3LP - Triple 180 Gram vinyl set includes 27 songs, among the highlights are the single edit version of Woman From Tokyo, the U.S. single edit for Burn, and the radio edit of Bad Attitude.
3CD - The three-disc version dives even deeper into Purple's past with 40 songs and includes at least one track from every studio album through Now What?!. It also provides the ultimate showcase for the group's various incarnations through the years. To date, more than a dozen musicians have appeared on a Deep Purple album. Among the set's many highlights are: the title track from 2005's Rapture of the Deep; King of Dreams from 1990's Slaves and Masters; Bad Attitude from 1987's The House of Blue Light; You Keep Me Moving from 1975's Come Taste The Band; and Hush from the group's 1968 debut, Shades Of Deep Purple. This expanded version also features Kevin Shirley's 2010 remix of Dealer, and the 2012 stereo mix for an early version of The Bird Has Flown.
CD - 20 Tracks. 4 Panel Softpack with 8 Page Booklet. This set focuses mainly on the band's singles. The heavy hitters are here of course - Smoke On The Water and Highway Star - but so are gems like Perfect Strangers, the title track from the band's platinum-certified album from 1984, as well as Hell To Pay, from 2013's Now What?!.