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Difficult to Cure album for sale by Rainbow was released May 25, 1999 on the Polygram label. DIFFICULT TO CURE features Rainbow's third and final vocalist, Joe Lynn Turner, whose prettier image and more subdued vocals lend themselves to this 1981 release. "I Surrender" is the album's featured single and the group's bid at FM success Difficult to Cure songs. Richie Blackmore's riffs are less evident and the background vocals and slick production are symbolic of the era Difficult to Cure album for sale. "Spotlight Kid" is a return to rockin' form, and features wonderful interplay between Blackmore and keyboardist Don Airey. Difficult to Cure CD music contains a single disc with 9 songs. ...See Full Description
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Rainbow - Difficult to Cure Album Track Listing
|1||I Surrender See All 23 ||4:05|| $0.99|
|2||Spotlight Kid See All 12||4:57|| $0.99|
|3||No Release||5:37|| $0.99|
|4||Magic See All 2 ||4:09|| $0.99|
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|5||Vielleicht das Nachste Mal (Maybe Next Time) :: Maybe Next Time See All 3||3:20|| $0.99|
|6||Can't Happen Here See All 12||5:00|| $0.99|
|7||Freedom Fighter See All 2||4:24|| $0.99|
|8||Midtown Tunnel Vision||4:35|| $0.99|
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|9||Difficult to Cure See All 8||5:57|| $0.99|
Difficult to Cure buy CD music Customer Reviews
||One of the Best bands ever|
This album is great!!!! Joe Lynn Turner and Ritchie Blackmore blend so well together. From the opening song Spotlight Kid this album is powerful.
By res0hbdu (Hobart, IN, USA)
||Commercial? Don't be so sure.|
This is not the Rainbow sound from "Rising," granted; it should be judged on its own merits, though. The musicianship is outstanding and the variety is pleasing.
By a reviewer (Bakersfield Ca)
Anyone who doesn't enjoy this album, ain't into classic rock and roll! This is a gem that will definitly get ya feet tapping and head rockin'.
By Phil (Down Under)
|Difficult to enjoy.|
This LP certainly isn't a "Rising" star. Ideas in the Blackmore's Rainbow camp had well and truely dried up and the commercial sisters had dug their claws into the band.
By a reviewer (...somewhere in England.)
||a very good comeback by Blackmore|
this album is pretty good for a comeback for Ritchie especially after the commerical failure of Down to Earth. this album intorduces Joe Lynn turner and the new mellow and soft side of Rainbow.
By blacksabbath13 (Carbondale,IL)
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