Thunderstruck0Videos Deep Purple Perfect Strangers 1984
The words tell of the sorrow of remaining "perfect strangers" after the end of a relationship. It is one of the few Deep Purple songs not to feature a guitar or organ solo. Band guitarist Ritchie Blackmore has called it his favorite Deep Purple song.
Also a personal favorite of my own:
Perfect Strangers is the eleventh studio album by Deep Purple, released in October 1984. It represents the first album recorded by the reformed, the most successful and popular, 'Mark II' line-up.
It was the first Deep Purple studio album in nine years, the last being Who Do We Think We Are in 1973. Ritchie Blackmore and Roger Glover arrived from Rainbow, Ian Gillan from Black Sabbath, Jon Lord from Whitesnake, and Ian Paice from Gary Moore's backing band.
Of the Video. Had a helluva time making this one also. OLD outdated comp.
As with most of videos, it is a shot in the dark- as in I cannot scrub, RAM Preview or edit/watch in real time to make adjustments. typically any mistakes or otherwise is left in due to time to fix,change and re-render sequences or final.
Already is a Personal FAV Video Creation. After watching it during upload 10X
am in love with the results.
one clip was maybe not re-sample disabled and few glitches on clip changes seems to be only flaws imo.
The Music and this video seem to connect.
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