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  1. Digal says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Fly To The Rainbow on Discogs. Label: RCA - ND,BMG Music International - ND • Series: Special Price (6) • Format: CD Album, Repress • Country: Germany • Genre: Rock • Style: Hard Rock.
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    by Holiday Flyer. Try Not to Worry. by Holiday Flyer You own this · buy now; appears in 14 other collections. The Rainbow Confection (gift given) by Holiday Flyer. The Rainbow Confection. by Holiday Flyer. wishlist in wishlist» You own this (CD) Lamp early home demo tracks "雨に花 (Rain and flowers).
  4. Dirg says:
    Mar 18,  · In , she released a new edition of her hit album, called Teenage Dream: The Complete Confection. The record had several new tracks, including the successful singles "Part of Me" and "Wide Awake.".
  5. Zujora says:
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Collection - Rainbow on AllMusic -
  6. Tojalkis says:
    Scorpions "Fly To The Rainbow": Life is empty, can't remember anytime before, On a plain lit cold December, see it evermore, Glidi.
  7. Dougore says:
    Holiday Flyer The Rainbow Confection, released 14 February 1. Three Times Might Be Nice 2. Leaving Us Alone 3. Tore Myself 4. Can I Steel Your Heart Away 5. Coming Back to This 6. This Town 7. Same 8. Don't Paint Angry 9. Things that Made You Blue How Come Better There Than Here Take Me Away Walking Through Walls
  8. Malagor says:
    Between the years , Ritchie Blackmore had 16 different band members in Rainbow. On the double CD, Catch the Rainbow: The Anthology, the nine albums released during this period (he reformed the group in and disbanded it in ) in order and captures the extreme highs and sometimes the frustration fans had with the ever-changing vision from Blackmore/5().
  9. Moshakar says:
    On their second effort, Fly to the Rainbow, the Scorpions begin to establish their trademark hard-rock sound while exorcising the last of their remaining psychedelic hippie tendencies. In fact, the band bursts out of the gate in surprisingly straightforward fashion with the hard rocking "Speedy's Coming" before resorting to the aforementioned bad habits on otherwise promising tracks such as.

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