Dio - A Decade Of Dio: 1983-1993

 (6 x 7-inch LP Box Set)


Label:

Rhino

Genre:

Pop/Rock

Product No.:
ARHI 555548
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Category:

Vinyl Box Sets


No. of Discs: 6
Note: 180 Gram

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180-gram 6LP set with 7" vinyl single

7" contains 2016 remasters of "Evil Eyes" and "Time To Burn"

Dio was an American heavy metal band formed in 1982 and led by vocalist Ronnie James Dio, after he left Black Sabbath with intentions to form a new band with fellow former Black Sabbath member, drummer Vinny Appice.

Follow Dio through the band's early years with A Decade of Dio: 1983-1993, a new box set that brings together their first six studio albums, each featuring newly remastered sound. The set includes:

Holy Diver (1983)
The Last In Line (1984)
Sacred Heart (1985)
Dream Evil (1987)
Lock Up The Wolves (1990)
Strange Highways (1993)

The set is housed in boxes featuring new artwork by Marc Sasso, who was responsible for many of the band's iconic covers.

Ronnie James Dio's sinister howl and wicked songcraft bewitched hard rock fans in the 1970s and '80s during his memorable stints with Elf, Rainbow, and Black Sabbath. In 1983, the singer formed his own band, launching a successful solo career that led to 10 studio albums and sales of more than 10 million records around the world.
After two albums with Black Sabbath, Ronnie James Dio left in 1982 and formed Dio with fellow Sabbath band mate Vinny Appice on drums. The group's platinum-selling debut Holy Diver arrived in 1983 and is now revered as a heavy metal masterpiece, including two songs that would become rock signatures: the title track and the epic "Rainbow In The Dark."

The band returned the following year with The Last In Line (1984), which became the band s second platinum seller and included the single "Mystery," as well as "We Rock," a song the band often used to close its shows. "Sacred Heart (1985)" achieved gold certification and introduced fans to the concert staple "Rock 'n' Roll Children." Dio's fourth studio album, Dream Evil (1987) included the singles "All The Fools Sailed Away" and "I Could Have Been A Dreamer."

In the 1990s, the group released two more stellar studio albums. Lock Up The Wolves arrived in 1990 and featured the single "Hey Angel" and rocking title track. Following a brief reunion with Black Sabbath in 1992, Dio returned with Strange Highways in 1993. The album featured future fan favorites that included "Jesus, Mary and The Holy Ghost," "Evilution," and the title track.

Although Ronnie James Dio lost his battle with stomach cancer in 2010, his towering voice and legacy live on. The Ronnie James Dio Stand Up and Shout Cancer Fund, co-founded by Wendy Dio, is a non-profit 501(c)(3) charitable fund dedicated to supporting cancer-prevention research, raising awareness and educating the public about the vital importance of early detection and prevention when dealing with this deadly disease.



LP 1
1. Stand Up and Shout
2. Holy Diver
3. Gypsy
4. Caught in the Middle
5. Don't Talk to Strangers
6. Straight Through the Heart
7. Invisible
8. Rainbow in the Dark
9. Shame on the Night

LP 2
1. We Rock
2. The Last in Line
3. Breathless
4. I Speed at Night
5. One Night in the City
6. Evil Eyes
7. Mystery
8. Eat Your Heart Out
9. Egypt (The Chains Are On)

LP 3
1. King of Rock and Roll
2. Sacred Heart
3. Another Lie
4. Rock 'n' Roll Children
5. Hungry for Heaven
6. Like the Beat of a Heart
7. Just Another Day
8. Fallen Angels
9. Shoot Shoot

LP 4
1. Night People
2. Dream Evil
3. Sunset Superman
4. All the Fools Sailed Away
5. Naked in the Rain
6. Overlove
7. I Could Have Been a Dreamer
8. Faces in the Window
9. When a Woman Cries

LP 5
1. Wild One
2. Born on the Sun
3. Hey Angel
4. Between Two Hearts
5. Night Music
6. Lock up the Wolves
7. Evil on Queen Street
8. Walk on Water
9. Twisted
10. Why Are They Watching Me
11. My Eyes

LP 6
1. Jesus, Mary & The Holy Ghost
2. Firehead
3. Strange Highways
4. Hollywood Black
5. Evilution
6. Pain
7. One Foot in the Grave
8. Give Her the Gun
9. Blood from a Stone
10. Here's to You
11. Bring Down the Rain

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