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Make My Day - ThirdFall - Live Evil (CD, Album)

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  1. Jun 16,  · I'm not confident in my abilities to quantify the differences in sound, so hopefully someone else will A/B them one day, but I happen to prefer the sound of the Japanese Vertigo CD. For Live Evil, I would just go with the original 2-disc WB CD, as (I believe) this is the only CD release to contain the album in it's entirety.
  2. CD (Remastered) $ $ Save 1% Current price is $, Original price is $ You Save 1%. before departing under a shroud of controversy after 's botched live album Live Evil-- but Dio had a powerful impact upon the band and Anybody who's refused to give this latter-day incarnation of the band the time of day might find Price: $
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Winchester Pressing Vinyl release of Live Evil on Discogs. Label: Warner Bros. Records - • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Album Winchester Pressing • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Hard Rock.
  4. They found a (really) cheap studio, and went on to record Make My Day. Some powerful pop punk with catchy vocals, but still needing a little work. It was the beginning of the tidalwave. Right after their first release, the guys started to work on what would be the first album, Live Evil.
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  6. The Mob Rules album was the first Dio-era Sabbath album I got into in the spring of I was still getting into the Ozzy-era albums and I wanted to hear a Dio-era album so my friend let me borrow The Mob Rules and I let him borrow Sabotage. I was impressed with the album from beginning to end.
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  8. Live Evil hit both the UK Top 30 and the US Top 40 Album charts. [citation needed] AllMusic states that "Live Evil does benefit from a crystal clear, in-your-face sound, and by showcasing even amounts of both Ozzy and Dio material, effectively documents Black Sabbath's renascent tours of the early '80s. Ronnie certainly has the vocal chops, if.