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Black Sabbath: 'The Ronnie James Dio Years' Details

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Warner Bros./Rhino Records is releasing a new BLACK SABBATH compilation in September focusing on the Ronnie James Dio era(s). "Black Sabbath: The Ronnie James Dio Years" features the following track listing:

01. Neon Knights
02. Lady Evil
03. Country Girl
04. Voodoo
05. The Mob Rules
06. Turn Up The Night
07. TV Crimes
08. Time Machine
09. Letters From Earth
10. Heaven And Hell

Source: Electric Basement

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1. bLOODLETTING writes:

WB trying to make a quick buck? Or is this an authorized compilation? Wouldn't matter to me anyway, I got those songs on all the Sabbath w/ Dio CD's. Who they trying to kid?

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2. if your 555 then i'm 666 writes:

ffffffffffuuuuuuuuuuccccccccccckkkkkkkkkkkkeeeeeeeeerrrrrrrrrrr!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!ssssssssssssssssssssssss

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3. well I'm 667 I'm 1 better! fucker writes:

well at least someone is recognizing that Sabbath didn't die after 1979 and wasn't resurected until 1997. I mean yeah If you're a true sabbath fan you should at least have all the Dio Sabbath, not just Ozzy sabbath, along with Tony Martin, and the one with Ian Gillan, and the one with Glenn Hughes. Well ALL the Sabbath!.

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