|Single by Rainbow|
|from the album Straight Between the Eyes|
|Released||March 1982 (UK)|
|Songwriter(s)||Ritchie Blackmore, Joe Lynn Turner, Roger Glover|
|Rainbow singles chronology|
"Stone Cold" is a song by British rock band Rainbow. It was released as a single in 1982 from their album Straight Between the Eyes .
The song reached the Top 40 on the Billboard Hot 100, peaking at #40 on June 19, 1982, and spent 12 weeks on the chart.This was the band's only Top 40 song in the United States. It also topped the Billboard Top Rock Tracks on June 5, 1982.
|US Billboard Hot 100||40|
|US Billboard Top Rock Tracks||1|
|UK Singles Chart||34|
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