Editors’ Notes The 1968 debut by Deep Purple is the sound of a band poking a hornet’s nest of ideas with a stick. The organ-and-guitar heaviness of their metal years is here, as are the classical twiddles (“Prelude: Happiness / I’m So Glad”), but they're played with freakbeat grooviness (“Hush,” “Mandrake Root”) and occasionally hidden behind beat-group pop harmonies (“One More Rainy Day,” “Love Help Me”). Their version of “Help” slowly burns through the song’s anguish, while “Hey Joe” becomes a showdown at the O.K. Corral.

SONG
And the Address
1
4:38
 
Hush
2
4:24
 
One More Rainy Day
3
3:40
 
Prelude: Happiness / I'm So Glad
4
7:19
 
Mandrake Root
5
6:09
 
Help!
6
6:01
 
Love Help Me
7
3:49
 
Hey Joe
8
7:33
 
Shadows (Album Outtake)
9
3:38
 
Love Help Me (Instrumental Version)
10
3:29
 
Help (Alternate Take)
11
5:23
 
Hey Joe (BBC Top Gear Session)
12
4:05
 
Hush (Live US TV)
13
3:53