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Registered: 06-2007
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Re: Doogie Gig in Rome


doogie you are FANTASTIC singer,and SIUA is a great LP...

a fan from greece....you must come in thessaloniki....
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Registered: 01-2008
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quote:

JohninNJ4you wrote:

Yeah, I have been listening to SIUA a lot lately, and the only thing I do is switch the play list around. It's much better than I originally thought, but my car stereo is much better now too.
 


Good to know it isnt just me then. It sounds completely different from the album I thought I heard. Its certainly up there with the Dio era and its natural successor. This is real Rainbow, not the poppy pap of the eighties.

My ears must have gone on holiday when I first heard the album. emoticon

On the strength of this I've ordered some Cornerstone and Empire stuff.
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Registered: 10-2003
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I still don't like Hunting Humans (Insatiable), or Cold Hearted Woman. I don't listen to those.

Stand and Fight is good but it drags out too long at the end.

Silence is a great song but it has a weird synth sound with it at the beginning.

Wolf to the Moon is a good song but it isn't the best opening track. I believe you should open an album with the strongest track, so:

Here's how I listen to the album

Black Masquerade
Emotional Crime (bonus track)
Too Late for Tears
Ariel
Wolf to the Moon
Silence
Still I'm Sad
Hall of the Mountain King
Stand and Fight
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Registered: 01-2008
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I've listened to Rainbow's "A Stranger In Us All" a lot in the last few days. It ROCKS!!!

I absolutely love it. Vocals: like Dio, but better!

Doogie, you must be very proud of that album.

Can't stop playing it, pure class. This is the album that should have followed the LLRnR album.

Order of Rainbow albums:-

1. Rising - 9.5 (half a mark deducted for DYCYE)
2. Stranger In Us All - 9.25 (pushing Rising all the way)

3. LLRnR - 8

4. RB's R - 6.5

5. The rest - way behind

I now have Human Stain, Two Tales Of One Tomorrow and Chasing Shadows but I can't get to hear them yet cos I can't stop playing SIUA at full blast. It absolutely rocks. Especially 'Too Late For Tears' - a masterpiece which gets repeated a couple of times each time I play the album. The neighbours must be into Rainbow as well cos the rest of the street hasn't asked me to turn it down yet.

Any plans to reform Rainbow?

Cheers.
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Registered: 02-2004
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Re Yngwie.

I am hoping to do the next album and tour, we have talked about it. But as with everything in this crazee world of Rock n roll we will just have to wait and see.
PLG
DTW
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