Undercover detectives Liam Ketman (Nick Berry) and Garth O'Hanlon (Stephen Tomkinson) submerge themselves in various dangerous criminal worlds as they go deep undercover to investigate serious crime.
Runtime: 60 minutes
In Deep - Deep Purple in Rock - Netflix
Deep Purple in Rock, also known as In Rock, is the fourth studio album by English rock band Deep Purple, released on 3 June 1970. It was the first studio album recorded by the Mark II line-up. Rod Evans (vocals) and Nick Simper (bass) had been fired in June 1969 and were replaced by Ian Gillan and Roger Glover, respectively. Deep Purple in Rock was the band's breakthrough album in Europe and peaked at No. 4 in the UK, remaining in the charts for months. (The band's prior MK I albums had been much better received in the United States and Canada than in their homeland.) An accompanying single, “Black Night” reached No. 2. The album was supported by the successful In Rock World Tour, which lasted 15 months.
In Deep - "Bloodsucker" - Netflix
Another hard rocker featuring a midsection exchange between Blackmore and Lord, with Gillan literally screaming out the final verse. The Mark VII version of Deep Purple (featuring Steve Morse on guitar) re-recorded this song for their 1998 release Abandon, with the revised title of “Bludsucker”.
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