I guess it’s well known among many Black Sabbath fans that the Dio-lineup was an absolutely brilliant, although unfortunately unstable one, giving us only three studio albums. I am damn sure that they would’ve produced lots more great stuff if their egos didn’t get in the way, and the new songs ‘The Devil Cried’ and ‘Shadow of the Wind’ are a testament to that. The tracks performed from this fine classic trilogy of albums (H&H, Mob Rules and Dehumanizer) plus the new material are in excellent form here. I saw one of these Heaven and Hell shows in Toronto earlier this year, and must say that it was one of the best and most powerful concerts I’ve had the pleasure of seeing in a long time.- This live set (along with the DVD which I also picked up, a real treat!) is worth every penny. A great souvenir of the tour. The sound quality is top notch in it’s crispness and clarity. Tony Iommi’s guitar playing, Dio’s voice, not to mention Vinny’s drumming and Geezer’s bass are as good as ever. This along with the long out-of-print limited-edition ‘Live At Hammersmith’ are sonically far superior to the disppointing ‘Live Evil’. Anyone into Dio-era Sabbath should not pass this one up! I can just imagine what a new album of studio material form these guys would sound like, if they manage to stick together – and I don’t really care whether it’s under the B.S. or H&H name either. Oh and, BTW, maybe it’s time to give the Ozzy-lineup a permanent rest, as I don’t seriously think they’ll work out anyway!.