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Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow - Stranger In Us All flac
Performer: Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow
Title: Stranger In Us All
Label: BMG Entertainment
Country: US
Style: Heavy Metal
Rating: 4.7/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2253 mb | MP3 size: 1260 mb | WMA size: 1855 mb
Genre: Rock

1Cold Hearted Woman4:30
2 Bonus Track
3Still I'm Sad5:24
4Too Late For Tears4:54
7Hall Of The Mountain King5:32
8Black Masquerade5:36
9Wolf To The Moon4:17
10Emotional Crime3:49
11Hunting Humans (Insatiable)5:45
12Stand And Fight5:21


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
74321303372Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow Stranger In Us All ‎(CD, Album)BMG Entertainment, RCA74321303372US1995
74321303372Rainbow Stranger In Us All ‎(CD, Album)RCA, BMG74321303372Brazil1995
BVCM-35354Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow Stranger In Us All ‎(CD, Album, RM)RCA, BMGBVCM-35354Japan2008
noneRitchie Blackmore's Rainbow Stranger In Us All ‎(10xFile, MP3, Album, RE, 256)RCAnoneUS2017
19075841861Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow Stranger In Us All ‎(2xLP, Album, RM)Sony Music, Warner Music Russia19075841861Russia2018


  • BassGreg Smith
  • DrumsJohn O. Reilly
  • GuitarRitchie Blackmore
  • KeyboardsPaul Morris
  • VocalsDoogie White


  • Record Company – BMG Victor Inc.



Stranger in Us All is the eighth studio album by the reformed British hard rock band Rainbow, released in 1995. Guitarist Ritchie Blackmore put together a new version of Rainbow with little-known musicians in 1994. Strangers in the Night was originally intended to be his solo album, but due to pressures from BMG, it was billed as Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow, making Stranger in Us All the band's first studio album in twelve years. As Blackmore decided to pursue different musical styles. Stranger In Us All Released: 1995 Label: RCA BMG Produced By: Pat Regan & Ritchie Blackmore Track List 1. Wolf to the Moon 00:00 Written by in album Rainbow - Stranger In Us All 1995. Rainbow - Wolf To The Moon. Rainbow - Cold Hearted Woman. Rainbow - Hunting Humans Insatiable. Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow. Hard Rock Heavy Metal Hard'n'Heavy. Hard Rock. Rainbow - Stranger In Us All 1995. Ritchie Blackmore resurrected the beloved hard rock band Rainbow in 1995 for the album Stranger in Us All. The new lineup - technically named Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow - was not an all-star who's who of hard rock like the groundbreaking original version with vocalist Ronnie James Dio or the radio-targeted AOR version with vocalist Joe Lynn Turner. Around this same time, he was gearing up his Renaissance-flavored new age project, Blackmore's Night. For Stranger in Us All, Blackmore recruited vocalist Doogie White, keyboardist Paul Morris, bass guitarist Greg Smith, and drummer John O'Reilly. Vendre cette version. Stranger In Us All CD, Album, Unofficial. RCA 2. 74321303372, 74321303372 AP. Stranger In Us All Cass, Album. BMG Entertainment. UK & Europe. WT-569. Album 1995 10 Songs. Stranger in Us All is a 1995 album by the reformed Rainbow. When Ritchie Blackmore left Deep Purple for the final time, he put together a new version of Rainbow in 1994, called Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow. This line-up only released one album before Ritchie decided he wanted to pursue different musical styles and formed Blackmore's Night with fiance Candice Night. Released in the post-grunge mid '90s it was no surprise that Stranger in Us All failed to measure up to the critical and commercial acclaim of pre. Play jigsaw puzzles for free Home. Stranger In Us All, 1995. Rainbow originally formed in 1975 when Ritchie Blackmore left Deep Purple to join forces with the band Elf, featuring Ronnie James Dio, to record debut album, Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow. Named after Ritchie's favourite. Rainbow split in 1984 when Ritchie joined Deep Purple's Mk2 reunion, and a further tumultuous decade. Ritchie quit Purple once more following a 1993 Helsinki gig, this time for good. Shortly after, it was announced that the guitarist was reforming Rainbow. Rumours abounded regarding who might feature in the line-up, but the new record would feature a band of relative unknowns