Black Sabbath Release 1982 Live Performance Of ‘Heaven And Hell’

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Black Sabbath release an audio 1982 live performance of “Heaven And Hell” as part of the March 5 release of their expanded version of, “Mob Rules.”

The albums “Heaven and Hell” and “Mob Rules” are the product of the band’s work without the Prince of Darkness, who left the group in 1977 due to his drug addiction. This is where Ronnie Jame Dio was signed and the records that are being reissued were born.

Heaven and Hell marked their triumphant debut with the group, delivering classic tunes such as “Neon Knights,” “Die Young,” and the title track. Positive reviews and strong sales welcomed the album, and Sabbath soon returned to the studio with Dio to record a follow-up, Mob Rules.

The 1981 LP, which also featured the arrival of drummer Vinnie Appice, featured other classics, such as “The Sign of the Southern Cross” and “Turn Up the Night.”

In addition to offering both original records as remastered, the latest deluxe editions of Heaven and Hell and Mob Rules introduce expanded bonus material. The Heaven and Hell comprise live versions of “Children of the Sea” and “Neon Knights,” which were not released in North America, while the Mob Rules gives a full concert recorded in 1982 in Portland, Oregon, which has never been issued around the globe.

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