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Album Review

When Heaven & Hell took the stage on the evening of July 30, 2009 at the Wacken Open Air Festival, it was incomprehensible that this was to be the group's final tour. The band had just issued a brand-new studio album, The Devil You Know, that had hit the U.S. Top Ten, and fans were flocking to stadium-sized festival performances by the band. However, this did indeed prove to be the group's last-ever tour, as Ronnie James Dio would pass away from stomach cancer in May 2010. A little over a year from when the aforementioned show took place comes a live CD that documents this very same performance, entitled Neon Nights. Also issued as a DVD, the Neon Nights CD includes two fewer tracks than the DVD (one of which is just a prerecorded bit, "E5150," while the other is the rarely performed "Country Girl"). And from the sound of the band, it's clear that Heaven & Hell were in fine form right up until the end. Wisely, the majority of the track listing here is comprised of renditions of songs from Black Sabbath's first two classic albums with Dio (1980's Heaven and Hell and 1981's The Mob Rules), including "Mob Rules," the oft-overlooked "Falling Off the Edge of the World," a nearly 20-minute (!) version of "Heaven and Hell," and "Neon Knights." And rounding out the set are renditions of songs from the 1992 Dio-Sabbath release Dehumanizer ("I") and the aforementioned The Devil You Know ("Bible Black"). Without a doubt, both the CD and DVD versions of Neon Nights are fitting farewells to one of the greatest heavy metal lineups of all time.

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The best

Can you say metal gods,I was lucky enough to see them on tour and the show was amazing, Dio's voice was mesmerizing and inspiring, this album is simply Heaven and Hell in there finest hour, R.I.P. Ronnie James Dio you are missed but your legacy will live on to inspire others.

Great Live Music

This is a very good album that captured Ronnie James Dio in this form. The album is great form start to finish. However I noticed some blank spots in the recording of the song Heaven and Hell. Other than that it is a very good album

It Goes On and On......

Awesome. These songs never get old!! True Classics in every sense of the word. Ronnie, you will always be with us!!


Formed: 2006

Genre: Metal

Years Active: '00s

Formed in 2006 after late-era Black Sabbath members Ronnie James Dio, Tony Iommi, Geezer Butler, and Vinny Appice reunited after a 15-year hiatus for three new tracks on the Dio Years compilation, Heaven & Hell, named after Sabbath's first recording with Dio in 1980, toured under the moniker in 2007 and released the two-disc CD/DVD Live from Radio City Music Hall later that year. The band's first full-length studio recording, Devil You Know, arrived in 2009. However, in November of that year Dio's...
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Neon Nights - Live In Europe, Heaven & Hell
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  • $7.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Metal
  • Released: Nov 15, 2010

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