Burn, a hard rock-album by Deep Purple released in 1974, welcomed new vocalist David Coverdale, as well as Bassist/vocalist Glenn Hughes from Trapeze. This was the first Deep Purple album with the "Mark III" lineup. With the addition of Coverdale and Hughes, Purple's hard rock sound becomes more boogie oriented, incorporating elements of soul and funk which would become much more prominent on the follow up album, Stormbringer.
"Burn" is a R&B song written by American singers/rappers and songwriters Usher Raymond, Jermaine Dupri, Bryan Michael Cox for Usher's fourth studio album Confessions (2004). The song was produced by Dupri and Cox and originally planned to be released as the album's lead single - instead of the promo single "Yeah!". However, eventually released as the second single from the album in March 2004 , the track once again topped various charts around the world, include the Billboard Hot 100 for eight weeks.
Burn is a heavy rock band from Loughborough, England. It comprises Jeff Ogden on vocals, Phil Hammond on rhythm guitar, Marc Stackhouse on bass guitar, Barney Stackhouse on keyboard, Julian nicholas on lead guitar and Rob Morris on drums. Formed in 1991, their debut album, So Far So Bad made a great impact, with Kerrang! awarding it 5 stars.