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Old 10-26-2007, 07:17 PM
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HEAVEN AND HELL To Record Studio Album in 2008

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This is gonna be more than likely mediocre. None of the Dio Years songs were very good and the guys haven't made anything great since the early to mid 1980s.

But we'll see.
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Old 10-26-2007, 08:24 PM
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This means more shows!!!
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Old 10-26-2007, 08:40 PM
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This means more shows!!!
That is exactly what I was thinking! This is excellent news.

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I completely saw this coming. I think it was obvious when you watch the Heaven and Hell DVD that those 4 guys really loved playing together again and that it would probably go somewhere.

But Brad, you are mistaken on two counts.

1.The new songs were quite good I thought. "The Devil Cried" was pretty mediocre, but I think "Ear in the Wall" and "Shadow of the Wind" were quite good.
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2.Sabbath released a handful of great albums post-Dio era. The Tony Martin era albums are far too overlooked for how good they are. TYR and The Headless Cross are remarkable albums IMO.
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What about Dio's plan about writing Magica part 2 and 3? Damn, i really would like him to do that instead next year.
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I thought the new songs were pretty well done so im just stoked about this
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What about Dio's plan about writing Magica part 2 and 3? Damn, i really would like him to do that instead next year.
As dull as Magica is, there is no reason for you to want that.
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I completely saw this coming. I think it was obvious when you watch the Heaven and Hell DVD that those 4 guys really loved playing together again and that it would probably go somewhere.

But Brad, you are mistaken on two counts.

1.The new songs were quite good I thought. "The Devil Cried" was pretty mediocre, but I think "Ear in the Wall" and "Shadow of the Wind" were quite good.
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2.Sabbath released a handful of great albums post-Dio era. The Tony Martin era albums are far too overlooked for how good they are. TYR and The Headless Cross are remarkable albums IMO.
I'm only interested because it means more shows. This is a major cash grab and will likely tarnish their legacy. You don't release three basically classic albums and then come back when you're old and rewrite those songs with different chord progressions and lyrics.
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2.Sabbath released a handful of great albums post-Dio era. The Tony Martin era albums are far too overlooked for how good they are. TYR and The Headless Cross are remarkable albums IMO.
If you consider Tony Iommi going from writing groundbreaking heavy music to mediocre 80's rock remarkable.
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None of the Dio Years songs were very good
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