LIMITED EDITION OF 3000 COPIES AVAILABLE EXCLUSIVELY THROUGH METAL CLUB
Black Sabbath: Live At Hammersmith Odeon spotlights Sabbath as they storm through 14 of the Dio-era’s best including “Neon Knights,” “Heaven And Hell,” “Children Of The Sea” and “Voodoo.” The band also performs several pre-Dio classics including “Paranoid,” “Iron Man,” and a white-hot version of “War Pigs.” This epic concert will be released on 180 gram vinyl as a limited edition set of 3000 copies on January 11 exclusively for Metal Club. The individually numbered 3-LP set will be available only at participating Metal Club stores for a suggested retail price of $36.98. For more information, please visit www.mymetalclub.com. This album was previously released on CD as a Rhino Handmade limited edition of 5000 copies in 2007 and sold out in just one day.
“Children Of The Sea”
“The Mob Rules”
“Heaven And Hell”
“Children Of The Grave”
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