Burn is the eighth studio album by Deep Purple, released in February 1974. This was the first Deep Purple album to feature David Coverdale on vocals and Glenn Hughes on bass.
The album was recorded in Montreux, Switzerland, in November 1973 with the Rolling Stones Mobile Studio. With the addition of Coverdale and Hughes, Purple's hard rock sound became more boogie oriented, incorporating elements of soul and funk which would become much more prominent on the follow-up album, Stormbringer.
"Might Just Take Your Life" uses the riff from Stone the Crows' "Big Jim Salter" from the 1971 album Teenage Licks.