HEAVEN & HELL: 'Live At Radio City Music Hall' Blu-Ray Detailed
March 28, 2011
HEAVEN & HELL's "Live At Radio City Music Hall" 2007 concert will be released on Blu-ray disc on May 17 via Eagle Rock Entertainment. The Blu-ray will contain lots of bonus features that were not on the original DVD.
The "Live At Radio City Music Hall" DVD has sold around 60,000 copies in the United States since its August 2007 release, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
"Live From Radio City Music Hall" captures HEAVEN & HELL bashing its way through some of the Dio era's best including "Mob Rules", "Die Young", "Neon Knights", "Children Of The Sea" and an epic 15-minute-plus version of "Heaven And Hell". The quartet also performed a pair of new songs — the hit single "The Devil Cried" and "Shadow Of The Wind". Both songs debuted in 2007 on "Black Sabbath: The Dio Years" (Rhino/Warner Bros. Records),the first comprehensive introduction to the Dio era's legacy. The disc includes the entire show shot in breathtaking HD as well as a tour documentary and other bonus footage.
"Live From Radio City Music Hall" Blu-ray track listing:
01. E5150/After All (The Dead) 02. The Mob Rules 03. Children Of The Sea 04. Lady Evil 05. I 06. The Sign Of The Southern Cross 07. Voodoo 08. The Devil Cried 09. Computer God 10. Falling Off The Edge Of The World 11. Shadow Of The Wind 12. Die Young 13. Heaven And Hell 14. Lonely Is The Word 15. Neon Knights
* Road Movie * Hail The Gods Of Metal * Meet The Mob * Radio City" * The Wisdom Of Dio
"Live From Radio City Music Hall" is available at regular retail outlets both as a two-disc CD set and as a DVD for a suggested list price of $19.98 and $19.99, respectively.
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