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9 thoughts on “ Difficult To Cure (Reprise) - Rainbow - Ripped Apart (CD)

  1. Freedom Fighter is another great heavy track with a cool chorus. Midtown Tunnel Vision is a song that you skip past. Difficult To Cure is a sick version of Beethoven’s 9th. Although the synthesizer makes it a bit cheezy. So Joe Lynn Turner’s first album with Rainbow is rather good. Although not as good as the album to follow it.
  2. Long Live Rock 'n' Roll was issued in and then Dio left the group to join Black fordrerilblackbearerwhisperfire.xyzinfow countered with the addition of Deep Purple's Roger Glover as bassist and producer for 's Down To Earth. 's Difficult To Cure (Joe Lynn Turner on vocals) yielded Rainbow's highest-charting track, "I Surrender" (#3 U.K.) plus album standouts like "Spotlight Kid" and "Can't Happen Here.".
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Difficult To Cure on Discogs/5(48).
  4. "Difficult to Cure" is the fifth album released by "Rainbow", in , and marked a further commercialisation of the band's sound. In an interview in "Sounds" (July 25th ), a UK music paper, Blackmore openly stated his liking for "Foreigner" and erstwhile vocalist Ronnie James Dio has referred to this period of Rainbow as "Foreigner Junior".It is, however, a popular album with many fans.
  5. 1. Woman From Tokyo 2. Power 3. Difficult To Cure 4. Keyboard Solo 5. Difficult To Cure(Reprise) 6. Guitar Solo 7. Drum Solo 8. Long Live Rock’n’Roll 9. Maybe Next Time Since You Been Gone Smoke On The Water Kill The King/Long Live Rock’n’Roll Over The Rainbow. Ritchie Blackmore – Guitar Joe Lynn Turner – Vocal Roger.
  6. Difficult to Cure, an Album by Rainbow. Released in on Polydor (catalog no. ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Hard Rock.
  7. out of 5 stars Rainbow - Difficult to Cure. Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 25, Verified Purchase. The track "I Surrender" is probably known by every Rainbow fan. Not knowing the band that well, I must admit to not knowing the other tracks. The link that brought me to this album was the fact that this is a "relative" of Reviews:

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