Talk:Fireball (album)

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Given that the remastered Fireball album doesn't allude to the Trivia of only Gillian liked the release.... it doesn't bear any weight. I have also read this same statement on the DP page. I found it odd, only because from personal experience in and around the music and band scene of the 70's that most musicians I had contact with thought that the "In Rock" and "Fireball" releases were heads and shoulders above "Machine Head"... which outsold the previous and was a commercial success. Those who generally give a nod to "In Rock" and "Fireball" generally consider "Machine Head" to be a sell out. Format Radio could be attributed as a confirming factor in this belief.

Er, who's Gillian? 217.42.3.125 (talk) 04:31, 4 August 2009 (UTC) Al (UK)

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