The Rules of Hell
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|The Rules of Hell
© 2008 Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group Company
℗ 2007 Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group Company
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Please note the final four tracks are 44.1kHz/16bit and track 5 on disc 4 is 44.1kHz/16bit mixed and mastered analog transferred to 192kHz/24bit.
The Rules of Hell is the must-have, four-album set featuring Black Sabbath’s Heaven And Hell (1980), Mob Rules (1981), Live Evil (1982) and Dehumanizer (1992). The legendary band is one of Rolling Stone’s “100 Greatest Artists of All Time.”
Heaven And Hell (1980)
Four stars out of five - Rolling Stone
Heaven And Hell is widely considered one of Sabbath’s greatest albums. Included are the anthems, “Neon Knights,” “Die Young” and the title-track. Certified Platinum, Heaven And Hell is one of the band’s bestselling releases and one of their highest charting albums.
Mob Rules (1981)
Mob Rules was the first Sabbath recording to feature Appice on drums (replacing Bill Ward). This album delivers high-octane classics including "Falling Off the Edge of the World" and "Turn Up the Night."
Live Evil (1982)
Live Evil is an in-concert masterpiece and a testament to the raw power of Sabbath's Dio, Iommi, Butler and Appice configuration. Features fourteen epic live tracks including "E5150," and "Heaven and Hell."
Dehumanizer is seen by many metal aficionados as a "lost classic." Released after a decade-long hiatus, its highlights include "I,"Computer God," and "TV Crimes."