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Black Sabbath - Heaven And Hell album flac

  • Performer: Black Sabbath
  • Album: Heaven And Hell
  • FLAC: 1966 mb | MP3: 1543 mb
  • Released: 1980
  • Country: UK
  • Style: Heavy Metal
  • Rating: 4.4/5
  • Votes: 390
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Black Sabbath - Heaven And Hell album flac

Tracklist

A1 Neon Knights
A2 Children Of The Sea
A3 Lady Evil
A4 Heaven And Hell
B1 Wishing Well
B2 Die Young
B3 Walk Away
B4 Lonely Is The Word

Credits

  • Producer – Martin Birch

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
9102 752 Black Sabbath Heaven And Hell ‎(LP, Album) Vertigo 9102 752 UK 1980
SEL-RP 579, 6302 017 Black Sabbath Heaven And Hell ‎(LP, Album) Sung Eum Limited, Vertigo SEL-RP 579, 6302 017 South Korea 1983
20PP-93 Black Sabbath Heaven And Hell ‎(LP, Album, RE) Vertigo 20PP-93 Japan 1984
ESM CD 330, GAS 0000330ESM Black Sabbath Heaven And Hell ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) Essential, Essential ESM CD 330, GAS 0000330ESM UK 1996
424 620-1, 63 02 017 Black Sabbath Heaven And Hell ‎(LP, Album, RE) Vertigo, Vertigo 424 620-1, 63 02 017 Spain 1990


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Heaven and Hell is the ninth studio album by English rock band Black Sabbath, released on 25 April 1980. It is the first Black Sabbath album to feature vocalist Ronnie James Dio, who replaced original vocalist Ozzy Osbourne in 1979. Produced by Martin Birch, the album was a commercial success, particularly in the United States, where it reached number 28 on the Billboard 200 chart, and was certified platinum for 1 million sales in the United States alone.

Black Sabbath - Heaven And Hell (1980).

About Heaven and Hell. This album is Black Sabbath’s first album without Ozzy Osbourne and their first with Ronnie James Dio. The album sold incredibly well, the best since Paranoid and Master of Reality. It peaked at on the UK charts and on the US charts. The tracks are very different from previous Sabbath albums, seeing how Dio wrote most lyrics. The title track is one of the band’s most famous songs, which always played at Dio’s live concerts

The bass line for Heaven & Hell was written by Geoff Nicholls. The Bass player position on this album has a tortured history. Right after Dio joined, Geezer left, and both Geoff Nicholls & Craig Gruber worked on bass (mostly Gruber from what I can tell) up until the point it was time to record the album. When Geezer returned, Gruber was gone, and Nicholls switched to just keyboards. Craig Gruber claims to have written Die Young while he was still part of the band Rainbow, and brought the song with him when he was asked to join. I first got into Black Sabbath’s Heaven and Hell album twenty years ago in the late spring of 1995. I was very impressed with Children of the Sea, the title track, Die Young, and Loney Is The Word. However, I think the entire album is a masterpiece! I remember being awestruck when I first heard Die Young.

Heaven and Hell (1980) by Black Sabbath. Labels: Vertigo, Warner Bros. Genres: Heavy Metal Members: Ronnie James Dio, Tony Iommi, Geezer Butler, Bill Ward. The remastered CD's tracklistings are as follows : 1. Neon Knights 2. Children of the Sea 3. Lady Evil 4. Heaven and Hell 5. Lonely is the Word 6. Wishing Well 7. Die Young 8. Walk Away.

Michael from Santa Cruz, Ca"Heaven & Hell" is a GREAT album,but for my money,"Turn Up The Night",the first track from the album "Mob Rules" marked a decided change of direction for the band(for the better as the band was becoming dated IMHO). The world is full of kings & queens/who blind your eyes/& steal your. dreams/it's heaven & hell"is one of the best,descriptive lyrics of it's time. Beck from Stockton, CaI was never much of a Dio fan but he is a good singer. I saw Dio twice in the 90's sing too. He still sounds good even now live. I know alot of people like Black Sabbath with Ozzy, but Heaven and Hell was and still is their most popular album ever.