Any Fule Kno That

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"Any Fule Kno That"
Single by Deep Purple
from the album Abandon
Released 2 June 1998
Recorded 1997–1998
Genre Hard rock, heavy metal, rap rock
Length 4:27
Label EMI (UK)
CMC International (US)
Songwriter(s) Ian Gillan, Steve Morse, Roger Glover, Jon Lord, Ian Paice
Producer(s) Deep Purple, Roger Glover
Deep Purple singles chronology
"Any Fule Kno That"
(1998)
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"Any Fule Kno That" "Almost Human"

"Any Fule Kno That" is the first song on the 1998 album Abandon by Deep Purple.[1] Vocalist Ian Gillan takes a spoken word approach in the verses to the song, comparable to rapping. It is also one of the rare occasions in which his lyrics are explicit, in this case using the word "shit". The unusual spelling of the title comes from the Nigel Molesworth books.[2]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Martin C. Strong, The Great Rock Discography: Complete Discographies Listing Every Track Recorded by More Than 1,200 Artists (Canongate U.S., 2004), 396.
  2. ^ Dave Thompson, Smoke on the Water: The Deep Purple Story (ECW Press, 2004), 299.

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