'Who Do We Think We Are' is the seventh studio album by the British band Deep Purple, released in 1973, and it reached number 4 in the UK Album Chart. The stereo record is in very good condition, with one cross-track mark on side 1 track 1. Matrix numbers are:- Side 1: T P S A 7 5 0 8 A – 1 U (PORKY engraved); Side B: T P S A 7 5 0 8 B – 1 U (PURPLE PECKIE engraved). The inner poly-sleeve is toned around the edges. The gatefold sleeve has some light handling marks on the glossy covers and slight wear to corners. There is a small old price disk in the front top left corner, and a letter "S", hand-written in red ink on the back, approx. 1.5 cm high , to the left of the track listing. Included with the record are two sheets of song lyrics, printed white on purple; both have several creases and light edge-wear.
Including the infamous song, "Mary Long", which alluded to the possible activities of a certain "morality campaigner",this album carried an air of controversy at the time, which may seem quaint by modern standards. An item of interest to both fans and collectors.