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  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, Dolby, DTS Surround Sound, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Eagle Rock Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: November 16, 2010
  • Run Time: 150 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (53 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0043E8YAC
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #46,867 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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On Thursday July 30th 2009 Heaven & Hell took to the stage at the famous Wacken Festival in Germany as part of the tour
in support of their album The Devil You Know , released earlier in the year. Although nobody knew at the time, it was to be
Ronnie James Dio s last filmed concert appearance before his death in May 2010 from stomach cancer. Heaven & Hell were
on fantastic form and played a set blending tracks from the newly released album with classics from their Black Sabbath
days. This is a truly fitting tribute to one of the legendary voices of rock.

HEAVEN & HELL IS: Ronnie James Dio: Vocals Tony Iommi: Guitar Geezer Butler: Bass Vinny Appice: Drums

TRACKLISTING
1. E5150
2. The Mob Rules
3. Children of the Sea
4. I
5. Bible Black
6. Time Machine
7. Fear
8. Falling Off the Edge of the World
9. Follow The Tears
10. Die Young
11. Heaven and Hell
12. Encore: Country Girl
13. Neon Knights

Customer Reviews

All I can say is WOW!
DioRocks211
This dvd was filmed very well and the sound is great!
Nightwing's Fan
Appice does a quick drum solo that rocks.
The 9

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53 of 59 people found the following review helpful By bass boy on November 4, 2010
Format: DVD
This is an impressive performance by Heaven and Hell (read Black Sabbath Mark 2 1/2 - Tony Iommi, Ronnie James Dio (RIP), Geezer Butler and Vinny Appice. Although the set seems a little on the short side - they play just shy of 90 minutes as headliners for an outdoor festival in Germany. The sound is really good, although I wish there were a few more shots of Geezer on bass. He's seen fairly frequently, but Dio and Iommi occupy the most screen time. One of the things I liked about this DVD, which some might not, is the fact that the audience is almost inaudible throughout much of the show - we get, instead, the crunch of Iommi's Gibson, the pulsating greatness from Butler's Yamaha bass, the thump from Appice's drums and Dio's voice, loud and proud and out front. The band is inspired and, possibly, unaware that it would be Dio's final filmed performance.
The bonus interviews are interesting, but I wish they lasted longer. When Geezer mentions that he liked recording "The Sign of the Southern Cross" for 1981's "Mob Rules" long player, he talks about how he loved experimenting with different bass pedals and effects. Instead of asking Geezer to explain more about the effects, like which ones were used, interviewer Eddie Trunk moves on to his next question. Eddie is a good guy and knowledgable, although (in the footage seen) he avoids asking anything about their musical equipment - something musicians surely would want to ask/know. Lol. :)
They mention recording "Mob Rules" for the "Heavy Metal" film and soundtrack, and I so wished Trunk asked them if it definitely was Appice on drums on that early version.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By DioRocks211 on November 20, 2010
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I just received this video in the mail this morning along with the CD and I have it on now as I write this. All I can say is WOW! I have had the pleasure of seeing these guys twice since they reunited and they are just as powerful and amazing as they were in the early 80's, if not more so. Dio is by far my favorite performer and Sabbath one of my favorite bands, so the two together just seems to be a match made in Heaven... or in Hell. This DVD really showcases what they are capable of and includes some absolutely excellent performances. All of the gents are in full form and are really into it. Dio sings with the power and passion that no other can and moves around the stage as if he was 20 years younger. Tony tears it up, Vinnie's solo is awesome, and Geezer's bass is thunderous. Every song is better than the one before it. The crowd is loud and really into it, and the band feed off the energy and smile the whole time. I actually enjoy this more than the Radio City DVD, the only downside is that this set is not as long, but the performances more than make up for this. The inclusion of the Devil You Know tracks as well as Time Machine really make this one unique and gives some variation making this quite a welcome addition to the collection. Both video and audio quality are top notch and you will find yourself crankin' this one up nice and loud. As sad as it is to know that Dio has passed on and that this band will be no more, this very special performance brings back all the wonderful memories of that great man and this great band and although he might be gone, the music lives on. Long live rock & Roll, Ling Live DIO, and Long live Sabbath!!!
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By The 9 on November 19, 2010
Format: DVD
This is a fantasic, aggressive final performance from Heaven and Hell. With 3 tracks from '09's "The Devil You Know" and the first live recording of "Time Machine," that alone makes "Neon Nights: Live in Europe" worth the price. But the performances of the band is fantastic, and among their heaviest sounding. Dio's vocals are more aggressive and rough in spots - this performance was late in the '09 tour - but still maintain all of his might. Actually, the snarls make for interesting takes at times. Iommi's guitar is huge and Butler's bass is thunderous. Appice does a quick drum solo that rocks. The bonus interviews recorded before Dio's passing find the band being candid about their two previous break-ups and how their releationship went from business in the early 80s to complete friendship when they reunited in '07. The tribute to Dio from the surviving members are also touching. If you loved the more intimate "Live from Radio City," "Live in Europe" is a perfect companion piece and an excellent stand alone live DVD.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By J. Hill TOP 500 REVIEWER on November 15, 2010
Format: DVD
Although it's been said many times, it bears being repeated once more considering the events of the past year: This could be the last hurrah for Black Sabbath. And if this is the end of the legend, I, as a longtime fan, don't have any complaints about the final incarnation. History has been much kinder to the Dio-fronted version of Sabbath than the 80's and 90's were, and that appreciation began long before Ronnie's untimely passing. I myself resisted the Dio years for a long time, but as a fan of heavy metal music, I couldn't ignore those incredible albums forever. The band Heaven and Hell has been immensely popular, and for good reason, because it has taken the up-and-down legacy of the Sabbath name and cemented its iconic status in the metal world. Riding this wave of popularity, it may well turn out that Ronnie's passing ended Sabbath's career with the band back on top. This performance, as well as the Radio City Music Hall CD, reaffirms that these guys have been successful for decades because they are the best at what they do, and Dio's capabilities as a singer and frontman were never surpassed by anyone. He was certainly rivaled, and in some instances equaled, but never surpassed. I love all of these songs, and I'm glad they released both DVD and CD versions. If you're a Sabbath fan, let this stand as a powerful conclusion to a one-in-a-million band; and if you're a Dio fan, this and the new Dio Live at Donington should make this a week to remember, and to appreciate Dio's influence, skill, and dedication to the music we, his fans, will love and listen to forever.
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Fantastic !
I'm excited about this release too, although I already own the Radio City Music Hall DVD and CD. This new release will be a welcomed addition, for sure. So glad I saw them in San Antonio in 2007 before it was too late. They were great then, too! RIP Ronnie James Dio!
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