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The Last In Line (Deluxe Edition)

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The Best in Line

The first two albums from Dio are perfect additions to the metal genre of the 80's. Many releases over the years have followed, more or less sticking to the same formula with renewed vigor and quality in sound, and some of the material has been quality. But what sets apart the first two albums in my opinion, is consistency. Every track is a good one. 'The Last In Line' drudges a little more in tone on a few tracks more so than 'Holy Diver' ever does, but in keeping with the dark, fantasy doom laden subject matter that Ronnie James specialises in. Their are riffs aplenty here, 'We Rock' and 'I Speed At Night' fast in tempo, in keeping with the metal at the time, 'One Night In The City' and 'Eat Your Heart Out' on the hand are slower and fill in the gaps between nicely.

Biography

Formed: 1983

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

For a brief spell during the mid-'80s, the heavy metal quintet Dio were one of the top U.S. concert attractions, boasting one of the most over the top stage acts of its time loaded with props and special effects (lasers, explosions, a giant dragon, etc.). The group's leader was singer Ronnie James Dio, who had previously become acquainted with the metal masses as the frontman of Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow from 1975-1978 and Black Sabbath from 1979-1982. Come the early '80s, Ronnie James was ready...
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