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The Rules of Hell


Download links and information about The Rules of Hell by Black Sabbath. This album was released in 2008 and it belongs to Rock, Metal genres. It contains 45 tracks with total duration of 03:55:53 minutes.

Artist: Black Sabbath
Release date: 2008
Genre: Rock, Metal
Tracks: 45
Duration: 03:55:53
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No. Title Length
1. Neon Knights 3:53
2. Children of the Sea 5:34
3. Lady Evil 4:26
4. Heaven and Hell 6:59
5. Wishing Well 4:07
6. Die Young 4:45
7. Walk Away 4:25
8. Lonely Is the Word 5:51
9. Turn Up the Night 3:42
10. Voodoo 4:32
11. The Sign of the Southern Cross 7:47
12. E5150 2:51
13. The Mob Rules 3:15
14. Country Girl 4:02
15. Slipping Away 3:46
16. Falling Off the Edge of the World 5:03
17. Over and Over 5:29
18. E5150 (Live Evil Version) 2:22
19. Neon Knights (Live Evil Version) 4:36
20. N.I.B. (Live Evil Version) 5:08
21. Children of the Sea (Live Evil Version) 6:08
22. Voodoo (Live Evil Version) 5:57
23. Black Sabbath (Live Evil Version) 8:38
24. War Pigs (Live Evil Version) 9:19
25. Iron Man (Live Evil Version) 7:19
26. The Mob Rules (Live Evil Version) 4:12
27. Heaven and Hell (Live Evil Version) 11:58
28. The Sign of the Southern Cross / Heaven and Hell (Live Evil Version) 7:15
29. Paranoid (Live Evil Version) 3:46
30. Children of the Grave (Live Evil Version) 5:25
31. Fluff (Live Evil Version) 1:11
32. Computer God 6:14
33. After All (The Dead) 5:41
34. TV Crimes 4:02
35. Letter from Earth 4:16
36. Master of Insanity 5:55
37. Time Machine 4:15
38. Sins of the Father 4:46
39. Too Late 6:54
40. I 5:13
41. Buried Alive 4:53
42. Time Machine (Wayne's World Version) 4:18
43. The Devil Cried 6:01
44. Shadow of the Wind 5:40
45. Ear In the Wall 4:04



When Ronnie James Dio replaced Ozzy Osbourne as Black Sabbath's lead vocalist, the American rock singer appeared to be signing up for an impossible task. Ozzy was one of the most beloved frontmen in rock history, and his inimitably disaffected wail was an integral part of the Sabbath architecture. Against all odds, Dio not only lived up to fans’ massive expectations but deepened and expanded Sabbath’s legacy in the process. The Rules of Hell contains the four albums Dio recorded with Sabbath, all of which are essential: 1980’s Heaven and Hell, 1981’s Mob Rules, 1982’s Live Evil, and the underrated 1992 reunion album Dehumanizer (arguably the best of them all). Under Dio’s leadership, Sabbath became less of a doomy stoner’s dream and more of a mighty rock battalion. Dio kept the band on the vanguard of a changing heavy metal scene, and he put his imprint on the group without discarding Ozzy’s legacy or commercializing the group’s sound. On the contrary, the tracks here are some of the most uncompromisingly heavy songs ever recorded by a major-label rock band.