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  • Directors: Heaven & Hell
  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region A/1
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: NR
  • Studio: Universal Music Canada
  • Release Date: May 17 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B004VDSWQ6
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #36,537 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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"Radio City Music Hall - Live!" was filmed at the iconic New York venue on March 30, 2007. It was the first US concert by the Dio / Iommi / Butler/ Appice line-up for over 15 years and formed part of Heaven & Hell's 2007 world tour. It was the success of this tour that led to the continued existence of Heaven & Hell, a new studio album and further live dates, and ongoing plans that were only curtailed by the sad death of Ronnie James Dio. Filmed in high definition but originally released on DVD only by Rhino in North America, the show is now being released for the first time on Blu-ray by Eagle Vision with additional bonus material. - TRACK LISTING: 1) E5150 / After All 2) Mob Rules 3) Children Of The Sea 4) Lady Evil 5) I 6) Sign Of The Southern Cross 7) Voodoo 8) The Devil Cried / Vinny Drum Solo 9) 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 - BONUS FEATURES: Road Movie / Hail The Gods Of Metal / Meet The Mob / Radio City / The Wisdom Of Dio

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By Stephen Bieth TOP 50 REVIEWER on June 10 2011
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This was filmed on the first Heaven and Hell tour so they only had three new songs which makes this a greatest hits show. So you get almost all of the "Heaven and Hell" and "The Mob Rules" albums. The sound is great ( but it is basically a stereo track blown up to 5.1. I could not hear anything coming from my center channel), the video image is sharp. It has all the bonus stuff the DVD had plus one more on Ronnie James Dio (R.I.P. you are missed).Ronnie's voice is in great shape the night it was filmed and as always Vinnie, Tony and Geezer are amazing! The price on this is excellent as well. As a rule you are pretty safe with anything from Eagle Vision even thow when this came out on DVD it was on Rhino ( who as a rule put out great CD"s but not good DVD's). This is the Black Sabbath I listened to in high school (yes I am that old) so I have a soft spot for it but I still feel the first two CD's that Ronnie did with Black Sabbath are equal to any of the best CD's from the Ozzy era. If you like metal you should love this!!!
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Really well done. A/V quality is excellent, & editing isn't too frenetic. Ronnie was one of rock's greatest singers, & when together with Butler & Iommi you get a bit of magic happening. Very enjoyable.
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perfect! merci.
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As SB points out in his review, this is a great heavy metal show but with poor sound. I agree with SB that it is a stereo recording pretending to sound like 5.1, which by the way it doesn't. I assume that the blu-ray has the same or similar sound as the dvd, and all I can say is that it sucks. I have better sounding CDs than the audio on this disc, which really detracts from my enjoyment of this concert. Now if you like this flavour of metal, and let's face it who doesn't, the new AC/DC disc filmed in Buenos Aires is not only visually stunning, but sounds pretty close to being there.
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HASH(0xa44fc8a0) out of 5 stars Heaven and Hell in full H-Dio! A must buy for Dio/Sabbath fans. May 24 2011
By Angelo Reyes - Published on
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Heaven & Hell Live at Radio City Music Hall is the definitive Heaven & Hell experience. The video quality is top-notch, the sound quality is incredible, and most importantly: we have an amazing setlist being performed by top-tier musicians at the top of their game.

I know what many of you are asking. "Is this much of an improvement over the DVD?" I can answer that with a very confident and resounding YES. I bought the DVD years ago after seeing them live at Metal Masters in 2008. The video quality is much better with no compression artifacts and very little color bleeding. Another problem that was noticeable to me on the DVD was really weird ghosting/motion blur of some kind. This is also gone in the Blu-ray release. Seeing this concert in high definition is a treat since you can catch so many small details, like scratches on Tony Iommi's guitar or the sequins on Dio's groovy shirts. Everything here looks fantastic.

The sound quality seems great to my ears. I don't have a speaker system to test out how crazy it can get, but it comes with HD audio, Dolby 5.1, and stereo. From what my TV speakers put out, everything sounds crisp and clear. The songs have varying mixes, such as Geezer Butler's bass lines dominating some tracks, while Tony Iommi's pounding riffs dominate others. I imagine that what we hear on this disc is what the band/sound engineers would want us to hear. It's perfect. See "Die Young" or "Falling Off the Edge of the World" for examples of the great mixing at work.

That brings us to the setlist, which is spectacular. You get material from the first three Sabbath Mk. II albums, Heaven & Hell, The Mob Rules, and Dehumanizer, along with some new tracks from the Dio Years compilation. This is a pretty long setlist and it doesn't disappoint. You get the expected hits like "Neon Nights" and "The Mob Rules" but for every one of those tracks you get a rarely played classic like "Sign of the Southern Cross" or "Lonely is the Word."

The band is in top form being filmed in the upward swing of their resurgence as gods of metal. Dio shows us that his voice, while sounding a bit aged, hasn't lost any of its power. Vinny Appice pounds the skins like he's going to be killed by a sniper if he doesn't hit them hard enough. He represents everything a professional drummer should be: a powerful, precise, timekeeper with a complete lack of vanity. His rhythm counterpart, Geezer Butler rocks the bass better than most whippersnappers half his age. He knows when to accentuate the riffs by following the guitar lines, and when to keep up the rhythm with his wild soloing. Tony Iommi, is of course, Tony Iommi. He plays heavy riffs of impending doom with ease. He has an amazing tone, and shreds with the very best of them without ever devolving into atonal noise.

If you love Black Sabbath, buy this. If you love Dio, buy this. If you love both, why are you even still reading? Click the button up there! If you don't have the DVD already, this is a no brainer. If you do, I still recommend this if you're on the fence. Give the DVD to your nephew or something! I think it's very much worth the improvement. You're getting an amazing concert with great video and sound. I cannot recommend this enough.
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HASH(0xa44fcac8) out of 5 stars Heaven & Hell & Beyond!! June 12 2013
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If you've ever loved Sabbath with Dio then you MUST absolutely add this Blu-Ray to your collection as I have! Vinny's thunderous drumming is on point. Tony's guitar riffs are classic and timeless! Geezer's bass lines are roaring and pumping! And last but not at all least, the late Ronnie James Dio (R.I.P.) is still at the top of his game with his unique and amazing vocals! This is one of Dio's finest performances and showcases the band at their best! I was fortunate enough to have attended this performance and I must say this DVD certainly captures the magic of Heaven & Hell that night!! Excellent production and 5.1 sound will rock you out of your seat! Get this Blu-Ray and you will not be at all disappointed!! God Bless Dio and the amazing legacy he left behind!
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HASH(0xa44fcd20) out of 5 stars DIO RULES June 10 2014
By Terry Herzog - Published on
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What can I say about DIO? He is the GREATEST ROCKER EVER. I was at this show at RCMH in NYC and this makes me feel as though I was right there again. Very good video and wonderful sound...and of course the Voice of The MASTER brings it all together. It's a great set list which I won't list here but needless to say, this Blu-Ray is a CLASSIC KEEPER to hold on to forever.
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HASH(0xa44ff078) out of 5 stars LPCM great - DTS-MA weak! March 7 2015
By uthaman - Published on
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The LPCM track is excellent, but some dope took all the good low kick and meat out in their transfer and mix of the DTS-MA 5.1 track. This problem isn't with my many others including my reference Toto "Falling In between Live" don't have this issue (same settings, DTS-MA 5.1 sounds mindblowingly good!)
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HASH(0xa44ff2c4) out of 5 stars RIP DIO March 20 2014
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This is probably one of the best immortalized performances in the history of rock n' roll. Seeing these guys at their age ROCK HARDER than any new band out there is amazing. I really fell in love with the DIO era Sabbath when they made their comeback. A video that is a must have if you are fan.

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