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Heaven and Hell by Black Sabbath

Heaven and Hell by Black Sabbath

iTunes Review

When Ozzy Osbourne left Black Sabbath in 1979, a significant slice of their audience figured the end had come. So the sheer physical force of their first album fronted by Elf and Rainbow alumnus Ronnie James Dio caught everyone by surprise. The otherworldly ominousness of “Die Young” and “Children of the Sea,” the ruthless forward charge of “Neon Knights,” and the frighteningly massive riffs of “Heaven and Hell” lodge themselves immediately into your brain—where they’re destined to remain right up until doomsday.

Customer Reviews

Dio rules

Ally New York

Great album – great memories – my first concert.
Ronnie will be missed – one of the best voices in heavy metal sadly silenced forever…….


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