This 1983 gem stands out as a unique blend of Rainbow's signature hard rock with unexpected artistic flourishes. Gone are the epic fantasy themes of their earlier albums; here, we're met with a more personal and introspective Ritchie Blackmore, reflected in both the music and the distorted self-portrait on the cover.
Though the album marked the end of an era for Rainbow, it left a lasting impact. It's celebrated for its bold experimentation, tight musicianship, and Turner's unforgettable vocals. It's a Rainbow that's, well, bent out of shape, but in the best way possible, proving that hard rock can be both powerful and introspective.
|Original Release: 1983.
|Catalog No: 314 547 367-2.
|Type: Jewel Case.