Prpl Drnk by Hush Hush, released 15 December 2016 1. Xxans 2. Jazz Cabbage 3. Prpl Drnk 4. Drugs Can't Replace He. A-side's for ravers, with ghetto bouncer "Xxans", fitted with bits of acid and fidget, and "Jazz Cabbage", scratching up minimal deep house and tech in the same spin.
Hush" is a song written by American composer and musician Joe South, for recording artist Billy Joe Royal, whose single peaked at number 52 on the Billboard Hot 100 on 28 October – 11 November 1967, and No. 45 in Canada. South himself recorded the song in 1968, and included it on his second album, Games People Play. Deep Purple and Kula Shaker had later hits with covers of the song.
Band Name Deep Purple. Labels Tetragrammaton Records. Music StyleHard Rock. Members owning this album6. Other productions from Deep Purple.
The rhythm of Hush is like a samba. The Deep Purple version was included on their first album and recorded with the band's original lineup, which didn't include lead singer Ian Gillan, who joined in 1969, replacing Rod Evans. When Steve Morse joined Deep Purple on guitar in 1994, he pushed to bring the song back to their live shows, which they did. "We have a big improv section in there and it's just a great feel from beginning to end for.
Drugs Can't Replace Her
Performer:Hush Hush Genre: Electronic Title: Prpl Drnk Released: 2016 Style: Deep House MP3 version ZIP size: 1139 mb FLAC version RAR size: 1885 mb Rating: 4.5 Votes: 514 Other Formats: AIFF APE AC3 MP1 DXD DMF AUD