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Dio Catalogue Info Coming Up from the Midnight Sea

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It turns out the planned vintage live set coming from Dio was just the first of many planned catalogue titles to honor the late, great metal vocalist Ronnie James Dio. Rolling Stone reports a whole bunch of stuff is forthcoming from the newly-founded Niji Entertainment Group, a venture headed by Dio’s widow, Wendy, who had been in the process of co-founding the label when her husband passed on.

Beyond the already-mentioned Dio at Donington U.K.: Live 1983 and 1987, Niji will oversee a 180-gram vinyl reissue of the seminal Holy Diver (1983) on November 23. And next year will hopefully see not one but two box sets: a 16-disc vinyl/CD set collating all of Dio’s material (to be titled For the Record: The Complete Dio Collection) and a box of “authorized bootleg” live sets.

Read about all that (and more) here and hit the jump for the Dio at Donington U.K. track list.

Dio, Dio at Donington U.K.: Live 1983 & 1987 (Niji Entertainment Group, 2010)

Disc 1: Live at the Monsters of Rock Festival, Donington Park, England – 8/20/1983

  1. Stand Up and Shout
  2. Straight Through the Heart
  3. Children of the Sea
  4. Rainbow in the Dark
  5. Holy Diver
  6. Drum Solo
  7. Stargazer
  8. Guitar Solo
  9. Heaven and Hell
  10. Man on the Silver Mountain
  11. Starstruck
  12. Man on the Silver Mountain (Reprise)

Disc 2: Return to the Monsters of Rock Festival, Donington Park, England – 8/22/1987

  1. Dream Evil
  2. Neon Knights
  3. Naked in the Rain
  4. Rock and Roll Children
  5. Long Live Rock n’ Roll
  6. The Last in Line
  7. Children of the Sea
  8. Holy Diver
  9. Heaven and Hell
  10. Man on the Silver Mountain
  11. All the Fools Sailed Away
  12. The Last in Line (Reprise)
  13. Rainbow in the Dark
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Written by Mike Duquette

September 10, 2010 at 09:17

Posted in Box Sets, Dio, News, Reissues

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  1. Sounds cool, I never would have thought that Ozzy would outlive Dio, not that I wanted either to die. If you haven’t listened to Heaven and Hell’s “The Devil You Know”, then you better find a copy fast, it is awesome.

    Jacob

    September 10, 2010 at 14:51


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