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10cf746e54 The Battle Rages On aint definitely their most challenging attempt but its music is so fluent and natural, not forced to please any big record label or greedy producer creep, these guys just wanted to put out some good fresh songs and have fun. Talk About Love and Time to Kill suffer from the same banal attributes and the worst part is Gillan sings like he knows these songs are crap. Media Control Charts. "One Man's Meat" 4:38 . Is the totally forgettable track in here. ^ "Deep Purple The Battle Rages On.". If nothing else, this album showcases the very different musical direction that Ritchie was going as opposed to the other 4 members of the band. The Battle Rages On is an album that, by and large is padded with unemotional and (occasionally) confused songs that don't have a reason to exist.
Retrieved 1 March 2014. On other hand, youd better not get me wrong because vigor and velocity aint predominant but some can be found still on title-track and A Twist In The Tale specially, some fierce sections on other cuts as well couldve reached a higher level of intensity and power if Panunzios production wasnt so tremendously dry, clean and weak. "Time to Kill" 5:49 6. Album Year Chart Position 1993 Oricon Japanese Albums Charts 5 Swiss Albums Charts 7 Swedish Albums Charts 8 Norwegian Albums Charts 9 Austrian Albums Charts 9 German Albums Charts 13 Finnish Albums Charts 18 UK Albums Chart 21 GfK Dutch Charts 39 Billboard 200 (USA) 192 Singles Year Single Chart Position 1993 "The Battle Rages On" Billboard Mainstream Rock Tracks (USA) 22 . All in all, The Battle Rages On is a harmless album. Riffs take control again on One Mans Meat and Solitaire, very vivid and expressive, progressing competently during the tunes and designing alternative sections to provide continuity to the music, certainly never intended to come out incredibly complex - just conceiving good music without unnecessary pomposity, which is what compositions like Talk About Love are all about: direct, melodic, refreshing classic metal. Retrieved 2 March 2014. Otherwise, don't bother. The song-list is completed with more predominantly vocal-based cuts like the infectious Nasty Piece Of Work including that cool traditional instrumental basis supporting the once again insistent vocals, and the irresistible metallic blues of Ramshackle Man, the funniest moment on the record. Charts.de (in German).