Top 10 Songs on Rainbow's Bent Out of ShapeMetal_Treasure This is the 7th album by the legendary rock and metal band Rainbow, released in 1983.
The album has rock and metal songs, including 2 instrumentals.
I think there are no bad songs on this album. Collector's Guide to Heavy Metal rated it 9/10. AllMusic - 2.5/5.
Ritchie Blackmore - guitar
Roger Glover - bass, percussion, producer
Joe Lynn Turner - vocals
David Rosenthal - keyboard
Chuck Burgi - drums
The Top Ten
An exemplary rock song, 5/5 from me. Well written and well performed. Great vocals, especially the high notes to the chorus. - Metal_Treasure
It's a power metal song. - Metal_Treasure
It's a great instrumental. In 1984 it was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Rock Instrumental Performance.
Ritchie Blackmore's soul and guitar speak in this instrumental. His emotions always come through in his playing but this one is really something special. - Metal_Treasure
A great hard rock song with metal elements. Very strong chorus and some pleasantly abrasive heavy riffs. 5/5 for me. - Metal_Treasure
I love the speed, intensity and energy of this song. - Metal_Treasure
Another magical instrumental. I put it at #7 only because it's an instrumental piece. A must listen. - Metal_Treasure
Not a bad song but it's my least favorite from this album. However, this is the song that became the most popular tune from the album - for 2 reasons, I guess:
1) this is the softest song on the album (mainstream rock style)
2) controversy - the music video was banned by MTV for its supposedly controversial hypnotic clip. - Metal_Treasure
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