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Rainbow - The Best Of Rainbow MP3
Rainbow - The Best Of Rainbow MP3
Performer: Rainbow
Title: The Best Of Rainbow
Label: Polydor
Country: UK
Released: 1981
Style: Hard Rock
Cat: PODV 2
Rating: 4.9/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2008 mb | MP3 size: 2636 mb | WMA size: 2697 mb
Genre: Rock
Tracklist

1Jealous Lover
2Starglazer
3Kill The King
4Gates Of Babylon
5I Surrender
6Can't Happen Here
7Lost In Hollywood
816th Century Greensleeves
9The Eyes Of The World
10All Night Long
11Starstruck
12Man On The Silver Mountain
13Since You've Been Gone
14Long Live Rock 'N' Roll
15A Light In The Black
16Catch The Rainbow

Credits

  • ProducerMartin Birch, Roger Glover

Notes

Gatefold sleeve with "Promotional Copy Not For Resale" Embossed on the rear sleeve.

Album

The Best of Rainbow is the first compilation album from British hard rock group Rainbow, released in 1981. This compilation album is slightly different from the similarly titled album from 1980, which was released only in Japan, and features mostly previously-released studio cuts, taken from the five studio albums Rainbow had released at that point. However, Jealous Lover, the first song written by Blackmore and Turner, had been available only as a B-side in Europe to Can't Happen Here and on. Catch The Rainbow. UMG от лица компании Polydor Sony ATV Publishing, BMI - Broadcast Music Inc. Kill The King. Rainbow from United Kingdom. The top ranked albums by Rainbow are Rising, Long Live Rock 'N' Roll and Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow. Rainbow is ranked number 458 in the overall artist rankings with a total rank score of 3,968. Street of Dreams Lyrics. About The Very Best of Rainbow. The Very Best of Rainbow is a greatest hits compilation album by the British hard rock band Rainbow. It features material ranging from 1975s Ritchie Blackmores Rainbow to their 1983 release, Bent Out of Shape. The front cover actually comes from the inside of the first Rainbow album, Ritchie Blackmores Rainbow, and is actually a picture of Ritchie Blackmore playing with his previous band, Deep Purple. Its also worth noting that Tracks 1-7 feature Ronnie James Dio on lead vocals, tracks 8-9 feature Graham Bonnet and tracks 10-16. Listen free to Rainbow The Best Of Rainbow All Night Long, Man on the Silver Mountain and more. 16 tracks 97:43. Rainbow - Man On The Silver Mountain. Rainbow - Catch The Rainbow. Rainbow - Starstruck. Rainbow - Stargeazer. Rainbow - Kill The King. Rainbow - Long Live Rock 'N' Roll. Rainbow - Gates Of Babylon. Rainbow - Since You Been Cone. Rainbow - All Night Long. List of the best Rainbow albums, including pictures of the album covers when available. This Rainbow discography is ranked from best to worst, so the top. Man on the Silver Mountain 2. Self Portrait 3. Black Sheep of the Family 4. Catch the Rainbow 5. Snake Charmer 6. Temple of the King 7. If You Don't Like Rock 'n' Roll 8. Sixteenth Century Greensleeves 9. Still I'm Sad. Release Date: 1975. Artist: Rainbow. Tracks: Black Sheep of the Family, Still I'm Sad, If You Don't Like Rock 'n' Roll, more. Label: Polydor Records. Genres Music: Progressive rock, Heavy metal, Hard rock. Agree or disagree More Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow . Rainbow : The Best of Rainbow,альбом, рецезия, трек-лист, mp3, тексты песен. Rainbow discography all. Difficult to Cure 1981. Death Alley Driver 1982. The Best of Rainbow. Type: Compilation. Release date. You can write one. Don't confuse this release, with the 1980 Japanese version, which has a different track listing. Housed in gatefold sleeve. Identifiers: Matrix, Runout Side A runout: 292905 A1 Matrix, Runout Side B runout: 292905 B1 Matrix, Runout Side C runout: 292906 A1 Matrix, Runout Side D runout: 292906 B1. Added by: Unknown user. This item:Very Best Of Rainbow by Rainbow Audio CD . In Stock. Ships from and sold by . 16 remastered tracks on one CD. Tracks include: Man on the Silver, Catch the Rainbow, Since You Been Gone, Street of Dreams. Founded by Deep Purple's founding guitarist Ritchie Blackmore, and originally called Blackmore's Rainbow, Rainbow was a revolving-door supergroup, in which artists like Ronnie James Dio, Cozy Powell, Joe Lynn Turner, and Tony Carey entered just long enough to establish themselves and bolster their resumes. Considering the band's instability, Rainbow created a number of surprisingly strong tunes over its 10-year career