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Catch The Rainbow Anthology [Original recording remastered, Best of]

Rainbow Audio CD
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Disc: 1
1. Man On The Silver Mountain
2. Sixteenth Century Greensleeves
3. Catch The Rainbow
4. Tarot Woman
5. Starstruck
6. Stargazer
7. Light In The Black
8. Mistreated
9. Long Live Rock 'N' Roll
10. Gates Of Babylon
See all 12 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. Eyes Of The World
2. Since You Been Gone
3. All Night Long
4. Weiss Heim
5. I Surrender
6. Spotlight Kid
7. Can't Happen Here
8. Jealous Lover
9. Death Alley Driver
10. Stone Cold
See all 16 tracks on this disc

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Ritchie Blackmore's post-Deep Purple outfit was a standout among late-'70s and early-'80s hard rock/metal bands, and this double-disc anthology deals 28 of their best tracks, taken from all nine of their Polydor albums! Includes Man on the Silver Mountain; Catch the Rainbow; Stargazer ; the live, 13-minute Blackmore guitar showcase Mistreated; Kill the King , and Rainbow Eyes , all with vocalist Ronnie James Dio, plus Since You Been Gone; All Night Long; Stone Cold; Power; Street of Dreams ; another live extravaganza, the 11-minute Difficult to Cure, and more. Notes, photos, riffs!

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5.0 out of 5 stars A Perfect Rainbow Collection June 16 2004
Format:Audio CD
All I can say is that every song that does Rainbow justice is on here. Thank god! Not like that wretched millenium edition greatest hits thing. Newcomers to Rainbow, if you've got the pocket cash, get this! If you want to get something cheaper that's almost as good, get the Very Best of.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Rainbow Anthology Is A Pot Of Gold! Feb. 8 2004
Format:Audio CD
I had never heard Rainbow in my life before i bought this cd! I instantly fell in love with the guitar playing! Rainbow is now one of my favorite bands! This is one of the cds that i take in the car & crank it as loud as it will go! U should see the looks i get when people see a 15 year old listinin'to music that is older than i am! I highly recomemded this cd to any real rock n roller!
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5.0 out of 5 stars vibrant hues throughout this colourful history! Feb. 20 2006
By paula b
Format:Audio CD
to call this a blast from the past is no understatement.
all the songs i used to love in the '80s, like "catch the rainow", "rainbow eyes", "stone cold", "can't let you go" & also some elaborate mr blackmore guitar solos,
i was curious to revisit this rainbow back catalogue, & i wasn't disasappointed, they sounded as good as i remembered,
all the dio collaborations i loved, & also joe lynn turner, i always loved his soulful vocals, i saw rainbow live in the late '80s & it was a great gig, i also witnessed a dio gig & this guy also earnt his chips!
listening to all this nostalgia makes me sad for what music does not provide today, ie, atmosphere, soul, colour, inspiration, & just pure goddam enjoyment.
sorry to be an '80s bore, but to me, that was when music was music! don't get me wrong, i love a lot of today's acts, but lets face facts. a hella lot is inspired from way back then.....
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4.0 out of 5 stars The first CD is Great the ather is Good Oct. 30 2003
By Tomas
Format:Audio CD
The first CD have some of Rainbows best songs on it and are realy great, and DIO are the singer on thos tracks its the original Rainbow line up and the best and the most hard rocking. The second CD have much more radio friendly rock and in my tast are not so good, well the most songs are ok and some are even great but cant comper to the monster tracks on CD 1.
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Format:Audio CD
This collection, features many of the classic tracks, from the beginnings; with Dio (see also review for his collection), to Graham Bonnett, to Joe Lynn Turner, and although the later incarnations have been compared to Foreigner (the "Turner" era); it's Ritchie Blackmore's soaring guitar that propels Rainbow well past such groups (not that there's anything wrong with Foreigner either). If someone wants a more "compact" collection (i.e., if one can't afford the two discs, or just wants to save space) The Very Best Of Rainbow is also fine. However, to get a full range of songs, the Anthology is a must have for Rainbow, Dio, Deep Purple, fans, like me. Rock On Ritchie! [He's into a more medieval groove now, so, this is one's chance to catch him when he was more "rock" oriented.] Definitely "Catch The Rainbow".
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5.0 out of 5 stars The Ultimate Rainbow Anthology June 29 2003
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
CATCH THE RAINBOW is the ultimate anthology of this underrated band. It includes the entire VERY BEST OF RAINBOW plus twelve more selections. I suggest that you get this anthology and be very careful about delving into the individual albums, which are all a bit uneven. This is all the Rainbow you'll ever need.
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