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not the album it could have been,
This review is from: Dehumanizer (Audio CD)
Despite the reunion of the MOB RULES line up this was not the album i was expecting it bears no resemblance to either MOB RULES or HEAVEN AND HELL.
Much heavier with a production from MACK which for me grates and irrtates in equal measure strangling the potential that these songs show,if you ever listen to the History of Black Sabbath Vol 2 on vhs/dvd the sound of some of these tracks in the background of the interview section sound so much better.
Having said that Dio gives his customary vocal excellence on the likes of 'Computer God' and the excellent and for me best track 'After All The Dead'
The rest i can take or leave,i see this album as a mis step from a line up trying too hard not to do what they had done before and for the most part sounding contrived,they would get it right 3rd time around