|Catch the Rainbow: The Anthology|
|Compilation album by|
|Released||18 March 2003|
|Genre||Hard rock, heavy metal|
|Rainbow compilation albums chronology|
Catch the Rainbow: The Anthology is a compilation album by the British hard rock band Rainbow, released in 2003.
|1.||"Man on the Silver Mountain"||Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow , 1975||4:37|
|2.||"Sixteenth Century Greensleeves"||Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow||3:29|
|3.||"Catch the Rainbow"||Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow||6:38|
|4.||"Tarot Woman"||Rising , 1976||5:59|
|7.||"A Light in the Black"||Rising||8:13|
|8.||"Mistreated" (live)||On Stage , 1977||13:06|
|9.||"Long Live Rock 'n' Roll"||Long Live Rock 'n' Roll , 1978||4:23|
|10.||"Gates of Babylon"||Long Live Rock 'n' Roll||6:46|
|11.||"Kill the King"||Long Live Rock 'n' Roll||4:28|
|12.||"Rainbow Eyes"||Long Live Rock 'n' Roll||7:31|
|1.||"Eyes of the World"||Down to Earth , 1979||6:38|
|2.||"Since You Been Gone"||Down to Earth||3:17|
|3.||"All Night Long"||Down to Earth||3:50|
|4.||"Weiss Heim"||B-side of the single "All Night Long" , 1980||5:13|
|5.||"I Surrender"||Difficult to Cure , 1981||4:01|
|6.||"Spotlight Kid"||Difficult to Cure||4:53|
|7.||"Can't Happen Here"||Difficult to Cure||3:08|
|8.||"Jealous Lover"||B-side of the single "Can't Happen Here", 1981||3:11|
|9.||"Death Alley Driver"||Straight Between the Eyes , 1982||4:42|
|10.||"Stone Cold"||Straight Between the Eyes||5:17|
|11.||"Tearin' Out My Heart"||Straight Between the Eyes||4:04|
|12.||"Power"||Straight Between the Eyes||4:26|
|13.||"Can't Let You Go"||Bent Out of Shape , 1983||4:20|
|14.||"Desperate Heart"||Bent Out of Shape||4:03|
|15.||"Street of Dreams"||Bent Out of Shape||4:26|
|16.||"Difficult to Cure" (live)||Finyl Vinyl , 1986||11:14|
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