Heaven & Hell

Universal Music Colombia S.A.
Release date
5 Apr 2010
Running length
15 tracks
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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Neon Knights 3:51 170,016
2 Children of the Sea 5:34 144,007
3 Lady Evil 4:24 131,849
4 Heaven and Hell 6:58 279,404
5 Wishing Well 4:06 103,171
6 Die Young 4:43 139,820
7 Walk Away 4:24 92,142
8 Lonely Is the Word 5:53 102,451
1 Children Of The Sea (Live) 5:59 11,179
2 Heaven and Hell (live) 12:11 1,363
3 Lady Evil (Mono Edit) 3:54 146
4 Neon Knights (Live) 4:50 3,275
7 Die Young (Live) 4:37 1,548

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Heaven and Hell is the ninth studio album by British heavy metal band Black Sabbath, released in April 1980. This is their first album featuring Ronnie James Dio, and first with producer Martin Birch.
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Heaven and Hell became one of Black Sabbath’s best-selling albums, revitalising Sabbath’s fortunes after what many saw as the death of the group following original lead singer Ozzy Osbourne’s departure. The album was re-released in the Black Sabbath box set The Rules of Hell

Lineup changes

This was the first album after singer Ozzy Osbourne was fired from the band and replaced with Ronnie James Dio. Geoff Nicholls of Quartz also joined the band as a possible replacement for Geezer Butler who had not been around through most of the writing sessions and was going through a divorce at the time. When Butler decided to stay with the group, Nicholls switched to keyboards. Nicholls remained as Black Sabbath’s keyboard player for over twenty years, usually playing live shows from off-stage.
Former Elf and Rainbow bassist Craig Gruber also rehearsed with the band. Gruber’s involvement appears to be a point of debate. In a 1996 interview, Tony Iommi mentions that Gruber played with the band for “a bit”. Gruber has stated that his time with the band was much more substantial and that he only left the group once Butler decided to return.

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