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  1. 10/ Mob Rules is the tenth studio album by English heavy metal band Black Sabbath, released in November It followed 's Heaven and Hell, and it was the second and last Black Sabbath studio album to feature lead vocalist Ronnie James Dio until the album Dehumanizer. Produced and engineered by Martin Birch, the album received an expanded Genre: Heavy metal.
  2. Mob Rules () Live Evil () Holy Diver () Professional ratings; Review scores; Source Rating; AllMusic: Live Evil is the first official live album by British heavy metal band Black abinourtenlopeahypampwithsmestitic.coinfo previously released Live at Last () was not sanctioned by the band. Live Evil peaked at number 37 on the Billboard Pop Albums chart.
  3. Voodoo. This song is by Black Sabbath and appears on the album Mob Rules () and on the compilation album The Dio Years (). Watch video at YouTube.
  4. Jul 08,  · Black Sabbath - Mob Rules () Album Photo by Megametal. Format: CD. 8 likes. 91 Black Sabbath Album Photos.
  5. Black Sabbath getting Dio on board was a great move. Sabbath getting Vinny Appice to replace Bill Ward was sensible. Sabbath writing and recording Mob Rules was predictable. A certain spark meant that Heaven and Hell proved one of the band’s strongest records, especially after the disappointments of the latter Ozzy years; this successor, released around 18 months later, .
  6. The version of “The Mob Rules” from the Heavy Metal soundtrack was finally released officially on a Black Sabbath album on the Deluxe Edition of the album. When asked via email in March , Geezer Butler said the voice in E said this.. “It says “Up The Villa” in Latin”. Look up the word “ochlocracy” in a dictionary.
  7. The Mob Rules Tour, by the English rock group Black Sabbath, began on 15 November in Quebec City and ended on 31 August in Hoffman Estates, Illinois. Mob Rules Tour Promotional tour by Black Sabbath.
  8. While not as acclaimed as their previous storming effort, Mob Rules is still a superb example of Dio-era Black Sabbath and is probably their last truly good album until The Headless Cross. 'Turn Up The Night' is as much of a classic as 'Neon Knights' from Heaven & Hell, possibly it's even better. It is rousing and urgent and just excellent/5().

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