Deep Purple ‎– Space Vol. 1 & 2 / Live In Aachen, Germany

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Ritchie Blackmore • guitar
Ian Gillan • vocals
Jon Lord • organ
Ian Paice • drums
Roger Glover • bass guitar

Some information about the bootleg origin:
The first pressing was titled simply "Space" and was available in late 1970, either as a double (two discs in a single cover) or as two single discs.
"Mandrake Root" was split over two sides of the second disc.
The second pressing was called "H-Bomb", which a more professionally produced single album which lacked "Mandrake Root" and also had slight edits to the other songs.
"Kustom Records" (ASC 001) was the (Bootleg-) Label which distributed the disc across Europe and UK in early 1971.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PUR 202 Deep Purple Space Vol. 1 & 2 / Live In Aachen, Germany(CD, Dig) Sonic Zoom PUR 202 UK 2001 Sell This Version
none Deep Purple SPACE Vol. I + II(2xLP, Album, Unofficial) Not On Label (Deep Purple) none 1970 Sell This Version
P Italy 1/2 Deep Purple Vol.1(LP, Unofficial) Not On Label (Deep Purple) P Italy 1/2 Europe 1973 Sell This Version
Italy 3/4 Deep Purple Vol.2(LP, Album, Unofficial) Not On Label (Deep Purple) Italy 3/4 Europe 1973 Sell This Version
PUR 252 Deep Purple Live In Aachen 1970(CD, Album, RE) Sonic Zoom, Purple Records (2) PUR 252 UK 2005 Sell This Version
PUR 252 Deep Purple Live In Aachen 1970(CD, Album, RE, Unofficial) Sonic Zoom (3) PUR 252 2006 Sell This Version

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3pennyOprah

3pennyOprah

July 13, 2014
referencing Space Vol. 1 & 2 / Live In Aachen, Germany, CD, Dig, PUR 202
" "Kustom Records" (ASC 001) was the (Bootleg-) Label which distributed the disc across Europe and UK in early 1971."

I believe that Kustom Records was a US based bootleg label, so I wonder if the person who wrote this text could clarify this statement.