RAINBOW: Entire Catalog To Be Reissued In Japan

According to a posting on The Rainbow Fanclan Legacy, RAINBOW's entire catalog will be re-released in two different versions in Japan in August and September. First there is the re-release of the regular CDs on August 30 featuring: "Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow" (1975), "Rainbow Rising" (1976), "On Stage" (1977), "Long Live Rock N Roll" (1978), "Down To Earth" (1979), "Difficult To Cure" (1981), "Straight Between The Eyes" (1982), "Bent Out Of Shape" (1983) and "Final Vinyl" (1986). On September 20, "The Very Best Of Rainbow" (1997) will also be re-released. On September 27, there is then re-releases of the same CDs as limited-edition versions with cardboard sleeves.

Last April saw the re-release of "Stranger In Us All" (1995) in a cardboard sleeve.


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