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Live Evil, released in 1982 (see 1982 in music) and in January 1983 in the UK, is the first "official" live album by British heavy metal band Black Sabbath, the previously released Live at Last (1980) not having been sanctioned by the band. It was recorded with Ronnie James Dio singing and is a document of the Mob Rules World Tour, that ran from November 15, 1981 to August 13, 1982. The 2007 limited-edition release Live at Hammersmith Odeon is… read more



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  • v what miracleman88 said.. brilliant live album
  • swietny koncert z DIO.Tego slucha sie naprawde wysmienicie.Zreszta sama okladka tez jest super
  • <3
  • As amazing as Dio's voice is, he sounds a little out of place on some of the ozzy era songs. there are moments where he really sounds brilliant on them though.
  • Great live album, it really captures the epic force of Black Sabbath during this era. The album cover is also fun to look at.
  • Bought this album back in the day, still a great album.
  • Probably my favorite Sabbath album, with my favorite singer. Simply the best!
  • Best Sabbath album period, everyhing sounds better than the studio versions.
  • The best live cd of Black Sabbath!!
  • imo, Dio does a great job handling the Ozzy-era songs. At least 'N.I.B.' sounds great, War Pigs as well!

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