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Heaven and Hell Original recording remastered, Original recording reissued


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  • Audio CD (1 Jan 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording remastered, Original recording reissued
  • Label: Sanctuary
  • ASIN: B0002XMF4O
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (65 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 885 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Neon Knights
2. Children Of The Sea
3. Lady Evil
4. Heaven And Hell
5. Wishing Well
6. Die Young
7. Walk Away
8. Lonely Is The World

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Disc: 1

1. Neon Knights
2. Children Of The Sea
3. Lady Evil
4. Heaven And Hell
5. Wishing Well
6. Die Young
7. Walk Away
8. Lonely Is The World

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26 of 27 people found the following review helpful By JT on 5 Mar 2006
Format: Audio CD
This is beyond doubt BS`s finest moment. Iommi has the best guitar sound he ever got on record. Martin Birch`s production is flawless. He made sure that the band had great sounds something that is sadley lacking on all Sabbath`s earlier recordings. Dio gives one of the finest vocal performances on a Heavey Rock/Metal album ever. Check out "Neon Knights" for proof of Dio`s abilitys. Sabbath never sounded so complete as they do on this album. Dio`s vocals gave the rest of the band a new lease of life & insperation & it showed. "Die Young" was the single at the time & shows Sabbath using Keyboards to great effect. "Heaven & Hell" is still one of the best Metal songs ever written. "Walk Away" has one of the most commercial overtones to it Iommi ever wrote. "Children Of The Sea" has one of those glorius Dio lyrics, " On a misty morning, On the edge of time reaching for the stars we blind the sky". There`s not a bad track on this album & in a strange way all the tracks show slightly different aspects to Sabbath. By the time the tour got to the UK cracks were starting to show. Mob Rules wasn`t the follow up that had been hoped for & Dio split in acrimoney to form his own band. But this album still stands testomony to what was even for a short while the finest Metal band around with one of the truely classic albums of all time...."The world is full of kings & queens, who blind your eyes & steal your dreams...it`s Heaven & Hell" Buy now
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By SML3000 on 26 Jun 2009
Format: Audio CD
Heaven And Hell (1980) is the first Black Sabbath album to feature Ronnie James Dio on vocals and signals the beginning of a fresh and exciting new chapter in the band's career. Some purists may complain that it doesn't feature Ozzy Osbourne and therefore it's not really Black Sabbath, but this isn't meant to be a re-run of past glories! This is the sound of a band moving with the times and displaying incredible musical skill by adapting their sound not only for a new decade but to better suit the amazing vocal talents of Dio. Featuring eight stellar tracks, Heaven And Hell is rightfully considered a classic by many to this day. Iommi, Butler and Ward prove that they're anything but out of ideas (as was suggested in the final Ozzy years) and Ronnie demonstrates exactly why he's since become one of metal's most revered front men! Every song is a prize-winner... although notable mentions must go to fan favourites Neon Knights, Die Young and the title track. Still fresh nearly thirty years on, Heaven And Hell is one of those milestone albums that every rock/metal devotee needs to hear!
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26 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 14 Sep 2001
Format: Audio CD
A huge return to form - rejuvenated by pint sized wonderthroat Ronnie James Dio exactly as Purple had been by David Coverdale a couple of years earlier. Neon Knights and the title track are classic straightforward Sabbath, Children of the Sea, Die Young and Lonely is the Word married this riff-fest to the drama of Dio era Rainbow beautifully. Iommi's guitar playing takes another step forward here, and his solos throughout are the best of his career. His work on all of the above is almost operatic in scope, drama and fluency.

All together, this was Sabbath's most coherent, consistent and vital album, it showed the so called 'New Wave of British Heavy Metal' up for the spotty bed-wetters they really were.
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21 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Stephen Russell on 15 Oct 2005
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Heaven & Hell marks a defining moment in the life of one of the premier rock bands in the world. In a post Ozzy era, Sabbath faced the challenge of not only seeking to keep their sense of direction, but also in their quest for a new frontman. However after a few phone calls - enter Ronnie James Dio, who having just left Rainbow, stepping into this formidable role with grace & stature. The album represents one of the finest rock banquet's of all time. A perfect blending of classic rock and mysticial imagery, that has become the Dio trademark. From the blistering opening of Neon Knights through to the classic anthem - Heaven and Hell, this album pulls no punches. Not only did the album breath new life into the band, it also attracted a whole new generation of Sabbath fans. Even after 20 years this album still feels as fresh as it did when it was first releashed. Heaven and Hell, although reveals the band in a new musical light, would give Sabbath a new lease of life that they have enjoyed ever since.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Adam Jackson on 21 Jun 2008
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Stunning album. Very strong musically with an excellent production.
Continues the progressive themes of Sabbath Bloody Sabbath with an iron clad attitude. Dio gives a great vocal debut and the band never sounded so polished and focused as here!
Die Young, Neon Knights, Heaven & Hell; all great songs BUT my favourite is the closing track, Lonely Is The Word - what a monster of a song! Great riffs, huge vocals, strong bass & drums and perhaps my favourite guitar solo of ALL time! Love Iommi's playing, so much emotion as well as power, and any Sabbath fan should rate this break highly. It's a truly epic solo with some amazing notes, as much about feeling as technique ( Dragonforce, take note!!). It's really cool how it fades out (the solo lasts at least a minute or more) and the keyboards then come to the surface as the track ends. The keyboards are used subtly on the album to great effect, adding to the atmosphere.

Even if hard to find, this album, along with Mob Rules, is as essential as any of the Ozzy era.
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