BLACK SABBATH: 'Live At Hammersmith Odeon' CD Sold Out On Day Of Release
Rhino Records has confirmed that the limited-edition "Black Sabbath: Live At Hammersmith Odeon" CD has completely sold out on the day of release. In the nine years of Rhino Handmade (Rhino sub-label), this is the quickest a title has ever sold out.
Released on May 1, the collection features Ronnie James Dio, Tony Iommi, Geezer Butler and Vinny Appice getting hot one December night in London during SABBATH's 1981 tour for "Mob Rules". Previously unreleased, the concert spotlights SABBATH as they storm through 14 of the Dio-era's best including "Neon Knights", "Heaven And Hell", "Children Of The Sea" and "Country Girl". The band also performs several pre-Dio classics, including "Paranoid", "Children Of The Grave" and a white-hot version of "War Pigs".
"Black Sabbath: Live at Hammersmith Odeon" track listing:
02. Neon Knights
04. Children Of The Sea
05. Country Girl
06. Black Sabbath
07. War Pigs
08. Slipping Away
09. Iron Man
10. The Mob Rules
11. Heaven And Hell
14. Children Of The Grave
All selections previously unissued
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