Deep Purple - Perfect Strangers

About "Perfect Strangers"

"Perfect Strangers" is a song by the British rock band Deep Purple. It is the title track of their 1984 comeback album Perfect Strangers.

It is one of the few Deep Purple compositions not to feature a guitar solo. Nevertheless, founding band member and guitarist Ritchie Blackmore has called it his favorite Deep Purple song. The lyrics are inspired by the Elric books by Michael Moorcock.

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