8 thoughts on “ Tite Squeeze - Rainbow - Straight Between The Eyes (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  • Descripción. disco y portada con insert japonés EX+. Label: Polydor ‎– 28MM Series:Heavy Metal Vibration – Format:Vinyl, LP, Album Country: Japan Released:May
  • Vinyl LP Album from on Polydor records. Title:Straight Between The Eyes Side 1. Eyes Of Fire. I use Record Collector Rare Record Price Guide for my grades, reproduced below for your convenience.
  • Limited vinyl LP pressing of Rainbow's studio album. Straight Between The Eyes and straight up the charts! This album peaked at #30 and produced the Top 40 hit 'Stone Cold' - which also ranked as a #1 Album Rock hit. Also includes 'Miss Mistreated', 'Death Alley Driver', 'Tite Squeeze', 'Eyes .
  • "Straight Between the Eyes" copy-pastes the formula of the previous Rainbow album "Difficult to Cure" (), featuring an accessible hard rock/AOR sound and singer Joe Lynn Turner once again, though this record is devoid of a smash hit like "I Surrender" or "Since You Been Gone", songs that assured radio airplay for this post-Dio Rainbow.
  • When you gimme that Tite Squeeze - Gimme the tite squeeze - yeah Rock me in your cradle, roll me like the dice Do it to me and I'll do it to you, do it till we do it right Don't tell me that you love me, when you walk out the door Cause I'll hold you down, turn you around, I'll come back for more Ooh - give it to me you got everything I need.
  • Straight Between The Eyes didn't have any hit singles on it that I had heard. So to complete my collection I bought this and it is a really welcome surprise. 80% of songs are brilliant, even the dodgy tracks (Tite Squeeze?) can sometimes be enjoyable. It is more of a faster album on the whole with many melodic sweet spots/5(63).
  • Listen free to Rainbow – Straight Between the Eyes (Death Alley Driver, Stone Cold and more). 9 tracks (). "Straight Between the Eyes" is the sixth LP released by "Rainbow", released in A remastered CD reissue, with packaging duplicating the original vinyl release, was released in May The band line-up was the same as had recorded the previous year's "Difficult to.
  • Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow has gone through some shallow incarnations, but the latest lineup tops them all. Joe Lynn Turner's vocals on Straight between the Eyes are so faceless and predictable they could almost be sold as generic hard-rock singing, while keyboardist David Rosenthal turns in solos that are even more witlessly overplayed than.

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