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Live From Radio City Music Hall
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Category: Heavy Metal
Catalog Number: R2 255484
Ronnie James Dio vocals|
Geezer Butler bass
Tony Iommi guitar
Vinny Appice drums
|1. ||E5-150 / After All (The Dead) ||8:31|
|2. ||Mob Rules ||4:05|
|3. ||Children of the Sea ||6:53|
|4. ||Lady Evil ||5:20|
|5. ||I ||6:27|
|6. ||The Sign of the Southern Cross ||9:07|
|7. ||Voodoo ||7:42|
|8. ||The Devil Cried ||11:30|
| || |
|Total Running Time:  ||59:35|
|9. ||Computer God ||6:41|
|10. ||Falling Off the Edge of the World ||5:45|
|11. ||Shadow of the Wind ||6:06|
|12. ||Die Young ||7:44|
|13. ||Heaven and Hell ||15:16|
|14. ||Lonely Is the Word ||6:49|
|15. ||Neon Knights ||7:58|
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|Total Running Time:|| 56:19|
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|From: underworld king
||Date: May 18, 2010 at 22:07|
|Call it what you want but this is still Black Sabbath. An awesome live show with Ronnie sounding great. Unfortunately Ronnie passed away 16 May from cancer and he will be missed. I got into Sabbath in 81 but never got to see them until 2007 and 2009. Both shows were awesome and Dio rocked the place. I know I am biased but Dio for me was the best Sabbath singer.
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