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  • Zololkis
    Long Live Rock 'n' Roll is Rainbow's last album with Ronnie James Dio, which signified a complete change in the band into a more mainstream pop-metal outfit. This album, however, is one of hell of a last hurrah for the original group. They keep the sound and style developed on their previous record, Rising, and expand on it a bit.
  • Vizragore
    Released in , Long Live Rock 'n' Roll was the final Rainbow album with Dio as he would go on to front Black Sabbath while guitarist Richie Blackmore reunited with Deep Purple. From the signature title track to "L.A. Connection" to "Kill the King," the well crafted Long Live Rock 'n' Roll is regarded as one of Rainbow's last great overall albums although commercial success would still follow.
  • Douzragore
    There is no doubt about it. I guess that "Long Live Rock & Roll" is the most impressive LP by Rainbow. In addition, the album itself is still a milestone in the history of hard rock and heavy metal. In a word, the album is a masterpiece. Ronnie James Dio did his best as a frontman and a vocalist/5().
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  • Kegis
    Long Live Rock 'n' Roll Lyrics: Alright, Rock 'n' Roll, yeah / At the end of a dream / If you know where I mean / When the mist just starts to clear / In a similar way / At the end of today / I.
  • Mezim
    Long Live Rock 'n' Roll may be singer Ronnie James Dio's last album with Rainbow, but at least he went out on a high premcamaldaburtatalwalahobackprin.xyzinfo the material is not quite as strong as on the previous studio effort, Rising, Long Live Rock 'n' Roll maintains the momentum the band had built up. "Kill the King" had been previously heard on the live On Stage record, but here it sounds more fully realized.8/
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