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Live At Hammersmith Odeon
... recorded at three concerts between 31 December 1981 and 2 January 1982, during the Mob Rules tour ... Although there is a UK tour programme for the Mob Rules dates, the one included with this release is actually that for the January 1981 UK dates, which were part of the Heaven and Hell tour ... album is no longer on sale, the 2010 two disc Deluxe Edition of Mob Rules includes the Live at Hammersmith Odeon on its second disc ...
Turn Up The Night - Track Listing - 2010 Deluxe Edition
... "The Mob Rules" 315 6 ... "Die Young" (Live, 12" Single B-Side of Mob Rules) 404 11 ... "The Mob Rules" (Heavy Metal OMPS/ Original demo version) 314 Disc 2 No ...
Mob Rules
... Mob Rules can refer to Mob Rules (band), a German power metal band Mob Rules (album), an album by Black Sabbath "The Mob Rules" a song by Black Sabbath Mob Rules (House episode) ...
Turn Up The Night - Album Information
... Mob Rules was the first Black Sabbath release to feature Vinny Appice on drums, who had replaced original member Bill Ward in the middle of the tour in support of the previous year's Heaven and ... Crucifiers from 1971, with Black Sabbath licensing its use for the cover of Mob Rules ... The Live Evil album was recorded on the Mob Rules tour ...
The Last Supper (Black Sabbath Video) - Personnel
4 Sabbath Bloody Sabbath Sabotage Technical Ecstasy Never Say Die! Heaven and Hell Mob Rules Born Again Seventh Star The Eternal Idol Headless Cross Tyr ... Rock Review In Their Own Words Hangin' with Heaven and Hell Related Articles Discography Members Mob Rules Tour Born Again Tour 1983 Black Sabbath Reunion Tour People Don Arden ...

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