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  • Audio CD (August 2, 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Steamhammer Europe
  • ASIN: B000SNUMBG
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (53 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,044,470 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. E5150/After All (The Dead)
2. The Mob Rules
3. Children of the Sea
4. Lady Evil
5. I
6. The Sign of the Southern Cross
7. Voodoo
8. The Devil Cried
Disc: 2
1. Computer God
2. Falling Off the Edge of the World
3. Shadow of the Wind
4. Die Young
5. Heaven and Hell
6. Lonely Is the Word
7. Neon Knights

Customer Reviews

A great souvenir of the tour.
metalman69
Whether under the name Black Sabbath or Heaven and Hell, Dio, Iommi, Geezer, and Vinny make great and incredible music!
Samuel Byram Jr
Then I heard "And the Devil Cried"...and I knew this was the real thing.
Wiseguy 945

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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Wiseguy 945 on August 29, 2007
Format: Audio CD
Just when I had written Dio off as being old an worn out(Holy Diver Live), He completly blows me away in this DVD (CD). Absolutely Amazing. Tony Iommi is absolutely top notch, Geezer just grinds out the bassline, and Vinnie pounds the skins like a Madman. When this whole "reunion" thing was being tossed around, I was having images of the mismanaged Dehumanizer shows. Then I heard "And the Devil Cried"...and I knew this was the real thing. I am the biggest Ozzy fan alive, but this DVD/CD absolutely solidified the Dio years as some of the best Metal music produced. This is a must have for Sabbath fans, and any metal Fan.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By metalman69 on August 30, 2007
Format: Audio CD
I guess it's well known among many Black Sabbath fans that the Dio-lineup was an absolutely brilliant, although unfortunately unstable one, giving us only three studio albums. I am damn sure that they would've produced lots more great stuff if their egos didn't get in the way, and the new songs 'The Devil Cried' and 'Shadow of the Wind' are a testament to that. The tracks performed from this fine classic trilogy of albums (H&H, Mob Rules and Dehumanizer) plus the new material are in excellent form here. I saw one of these Heaven and Hell shows in Toronto earlier this year, and must say that it was one of the best and most powerful concerts I've had the pleasure of seeing in a long time.- This live set (along with the DVD which I also picked up, a real treat!) is worth every penny. A great souvenir of the tour. The sound quality is top notch in it's crispness and clarity. Tony Iommi's guitar playing, Dio's voice, not to mention Vinny's drumming and Geezer's bass are as good as ever. This along with the long out-of-print limited-edition 'Live At Hammersmith' are sonically far superior to the disppointing 'Live Evil'. Anyone into Dio-era Sabbath should not pass this one up! I can just imagine what a new album of studio material form these guys would sound like, if they manage to stick together - and I don't really care whether it's under the B.S. or H&H name either. Oh and, BTW, maybe it's time to give the Ozzy-lineup a permanent rest, as I don't seriously think they'll work out anyway!.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By K. Carlucci on August 28, 2007
Format: Audio CD
It is good to know that there are still bands out there keeping it real. Dio will never let true rockers down nor will the rest of the Black Sabbath group. The music now is called "classic rock" but in my heart it is still the only "rock" music out there these days. This is a great, and lenghthy, album clocking in at a little over two hours and they still sound as great as they did back in the days. I would have loved to see this show live but I will have to settle for this album instead. Add to your collection NOW!!!!!!!!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By S. Perry on October 6, 2007
Format: Audio CD
Somewhere along the way the comparison struck me, but in a way it fits. Dio, like Shemp Howard, was a talented individual who, taken in their own right, should be respected for what they accomplished, but will forever be overshadowed by their predecessors. Maybe I come at this from a unique perspective. Most stooge fans seem to be either Curly or Shemp, and Sabbath fans seem to be either Ozzy or Dio. Personally I like them all and take each of them for what they were. In the case of Sabbath, Dio allowed the band to finally reinvent themselves with some sort of cohesive vision, and his operatic growl was the perfect foil for Iommi's ever-darkening guitar riffs. They did away with much of the experimentation and occasional acoustic dabblings, and became a more straight forward metal band. On this album the quartet of Dio, Iommi, Butler, and Appice have captured a bit of the old black magic. Though I find myself favoring the first disc, the entire album is about as solid a live performance as you can get. The new material even fits in seamlessly with the old, a rare feat when old bands try to add to their back catalog. In the end I will always love Sabbath with Ozzy or with Dio and this Live masterpiece is a welcome addition to the collection. It's one of those albums perfectly suited to driving with the windows down, the volume up, and your foot feeling a little on the heavy side.
And for the record, I'll let someone else sort out who the Joe and Curly Joe of Sabbath are.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Terrence J. Reardon on July 23, 2008
Format: Audio CD
The rock band Heaven and Hell (better known as the Ronnie James Dio fronted incarnation of Black Sabbath as not to confuse some people of who Black Sabbath consisted of after the original lineup got inducted into The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2006) released the second Dio-led Sabbath lineup's double live album entitled Live at Radio City Music Hall 2007 in August of 2007 in time for their fall US Tour which had Queensryche and Alice Cooper on the bill.
If you Ozzy Osbourne and Bill Ward poseur fans thought singer Ronnie James Dio, guitarist Tony Iommi, bass player Geezer Butler and drummer Vinny Appice were absolutely nothing without Ozzy (who admittedly is a caricature of himself these days), just one listen to this double album and it will erase that thought very quickly as Iommi and Butler were the sound of Sabbath.
The album (and its off-shoot DVD) was recorded at Radio City Music Hall in March of 2007 just as the recently reunited early 1980s incarnation of Sabbath were about to release its best of called The Dio Years. After not playing together for 15 years, would either the reunion work or should have they stopped in 1992, read on and find out as I did when I bought the album last year.
We open with the eerie "E5150" which segues into the Dehumanizer track "After All The Dead" and you know Sabbath/Heaven and Hell means business and rock out. Next is "The Mob Rules"* where Dio unleashes an unearthly scream and a barnhouse version of the track follows.
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