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Rock Fever - Rainbow - Straight Between The Eyes (CD, Album)

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  1. Turner was a classic rock frontman, not a heavy metal singer, and that was what shaped Rainbow into an AOR act - not a bad thing at all. In the summer of , ‘Straight Between the Eyes’ was released and I believe it was their most successful album ever /5().
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Straight Between The Eyes on Discogs. Label: Polydor - ,Universal - • Series: The Rainbow Remasters • Format: CD Album, Reissue, Remastered • Country: Russia • Genre: Rock • Style: Hard Rock/5(2).
  3. So I think this record is not so great as compared to "Ritchie's Blackmore Rainbow", "Rising", "Long live rock and roll" which came out in the 70s. It was the time when Dio was singing for the band. However, "Straight between the eyes" may be regarded as one of the best hard rock LPs in the 80s mainly due to the music content/5().
  4. Straight Between The Eyes album for sale Classic album from the British Hard Rockers led by guitarist Ritchie Blackmore, originally released in
  5. referencing Straight Between The Eyes, CD, Album, Ltd, RE, 1st, POCP I think its not 1st edition, 1st is POCP from Reply Notify me Helpful.
  6. Aug 11,  · Straight Between the Eyes undoubtedly has one of the worst album covers in rock history, but the record is an unexpected return to form from the journeyman hard rockers. Just a record before, Rainbow sounded as if they were verging on Billy Squier territory, but here, they reverse course and deliver a solid, no-frills hard rock record.
  7. Straight Between the Eyes undoubtedly has one of the worst album covers in rock history, but the record is an unexpected return to form from the journeyman hard rockers. Just a record before, Rainbow sounded as if they were verging on Billy Squier territory, but here, they reverse course and deliver a solid, no-frills hard rock record.
  8. Rainbow second album from the '80's named Straight between the eyes from is a straight hard rock album to my ears. Even the prog leanings from Rising and Long live r'n'r are gone, leaving place to a more mainstream aproach and less chalenging music, but overall not bad/5(14).

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