Recorded Live At Pinkpop Festival, Geleen, Holland June 11th, 1984.
Ronald James Padavona (July 10, 1942 – May 16, 2010) known professionally as Ronnie James Dio or simply Dio, was an American heavy metal singer-songwriter and composer. He fronted or founded numerous groups throughout his career, including Elf, Rainbow, Black Sabbath, Dio, and Heaven & Hell. Dio was born in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, where his family resided for his father's service in the . Army during World War II; they soon relocated to Cortland, New York
In the end, it was almost like Black Sabbath's Dio era was running out of steam right before fans' eyes. following just one more tour behind the new album. After that, the increasingly strained relationships came to a head during the mixing of 1982's Live Evil, at which time Dio and Appice packed up and moved on to start fresh in Dio. In the meantime, former singer-turned-rival Osbourne had overtaken his old band in commercial terms with his second solo set Diary of a Madman, released only days after Mob Rules.
Mob Rules is the 10th studio album by English heavy metal band Black Sabbath, released in November 1981. It followed 1980's Heaven and Hell, and it was the second and last Black Sabbath studio album to feature lead vocalist Ronnie James Dio prior to the 1992 album Dehumanizer.
Over three studio albums, Blackmore and Dio worked in perfect harmony, creating grandiose heavy rock enriched by Dio’s fantastic tales of sword and sorcery: a style later jokingly dubbed ‘castle rock’. But in 1978, Dio was out as Blackmore remodelled Rainbow as a mainstream radio-rock act. Within a year, Dio had joined Black Sabbath, replacing the sacked Ozzy Osbourne. The first Dio album, Holy Diver, was released in 1983 to universal acclaim. He went on to make another nine studio albums under the Dio name, plus the Sabbath reunion album Dehumanizer in 1992, and the Heaven & Hell album The Devil You Know in 2009. What he left behind was a mighty legacy. Here, we rank every studio album that Ronnie James Dio made, from worst to bes. 0) Dio – Angry Machines (SPV/Steamhammer, 1996).
The Mob Rules" (originally by Black Sabbath). Close the city and tell the people that something's coming to call Death and darkness are rushing forward to take a bite from the wall. You've nothing to say I know they're breaking away If you listen to fools The mob rules The mob rules. Kill the spirit and you'll be blinded, the end is always the same Play with fire, you burn your fingers and lose your hold of the flame. You've nothing to say I know they're breaking away If you listen to fools The mob rules
The record features covers by Metallica, Halestorm, Tenacious D and Anthrax. Ronnie James Dio is one of the most beloved figures in rock history. His gifts, both as a singer and songwriter, are instantly recognizable, whether he was with Rainbow, Black Sabbath, Heaven & Hell, or leading Dio.
Dio. Album Angry Machines. Hush now, children, lullaby Steal what you can't borrow Oh how brave you are And your world has come so far. Are you saved? Have you been told Right is the enemy Too bad, too late. Write this down Well, I don't believe in sanity Or reading the instructions Throw them all away, hey. Golden rules Sunday school Crazy. Wheels go round Angry machines Designing your destiny Digital dreams With no heart, no soul.
DIO Dio - Master Of The Moon - One More For The Road. DIO Lock Up The Wolves (Dio-Robertson-Bain). Dio Tijdmachine ft. Sef (Live @ 3FM's Giel Beelen)(+ Mama over Dio). DIO Catch The Rainbow. Dio 01 Institutional Man.