Live Evil - Black Sabbath

Live Evil

Black Sabbath

  • Genre: Metal
  • Release Date: 2008-07-22
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 14
  • ℗ 1989 Warner Records Inc., marketed by Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group company

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Title Artist Time
E5150 (Live) Black Sabbath 2:21 USD 1.29
Neon Knights (Live) Black Sabbath 4:36 USD 1.29
N.I.B. (Live) Black Sabbath 5:09 USD 1.29
Children of the Sea (Live) Black Sabbath 6:08 USD 1.29
Voodoo (Live) Black Sabbath 6:07 USD 1.29
Black Sabbath (Live) Black Sabbath 8:39 USD 1.29
War Pigs (Live) Black Sabbath 9:19 USD 1.29
Iron Man (Live) Black Sabbath 7:30 USD 1.29
The Mob Rules (Live) Black Sabbath 3:15 USD 1.29
Heaven and Hell (Live) Black Sabbath 12:04 USD Album Only
The Sign of the Southern Cross Black Sabbath 7:15 USD 1.29
Paranoid (Live) Black Sabbath 3:46 USD 1.29
Children of the Grave (Live) Black Sabbath 5:25 USD 1.29
Fluff (Live) Black Sabbath 1:00 USD 1.29


  • What happened to Mob Rules?

    By Baby Nikki
    Amazing album but... Apple, you’re selling the wrong version of ths track “Mob Rules” here (so is Spotify). For some reason it’s not the Live Evil version but a studio recording instead. The other tracks are fine.
  • No

    By Tony game man
    I listened to the first track. Didn’t sound like Ozzy. Looked it up. Dio sung the whole thing. Ok first of all, Dio has this opera kind of feel I don’t like, with doesn’t fit with a single Ozzy cover at all. Don’t buy.
  • Don’t even try to compare Ozzy to Ronnie James Dio!

    By AlexG1966
    The Ozzy years of Black Sabbath are totally different than the DIO years. There both great! DIO has always been a wonderful story teller. Thats why he will always be know as the best front man in Heavy Metal History! 🤘🏼🤘🏼 Period!
  • Dio rules

    By Creeper Tamer 31
    Dio rules
  • Best Sabbath Album Ever

    By Pyksta
    I first listened to this when i was probably 14 on vinyl. To this day it is still one of my top 5 records ever and high in my if i were stranded on an island picks. The band is tight and the sound is true arena metal. Dio at the top of his game too.
  • One of my all-time favorite live albums

    By ThePilgrim96
    I'm not gonna lie, but in my honest opinion, I always thought Dio was a much better singer then Ozzy. His high vocal range and on-stage performance really helped add to his personality, and it really shows here. Ozzy never looked liked he was interested in entertaining a crowd of people, from what I've seen. Listening to Dio, on the other hand, hit the high notes on "War Pigs" and "N.I.B." almost sent shivers down my spine, it was that good. This live album is really bursting with energy, chugging guitars, and of course, has one of the greatest singers in metal history and the mic stand. R.I.P. Dio, your legacy will never be forgotten
  • Classic

    By Addyduck
    You can't beat Sabbath! Those people who say Dio is much better than Ozzy, you really can't compare the two. They have very different and distinct sounds.
  • One of the all-time great live albums!

    By Suburban_Sanitized
    I hear so much nonsense about Dio being better/worse than Ozzy. Ronnie was Ronnie and Oz is still Oz. I enjoy this album immensely. It's got a permanent home on my turntable.
  • Studio version of Mob Rules

    By James Westphall
    I love this album but the iTunes version has a studio version of "Mob Rules".
  • Very lacking

    By Tideprider
    Black Sabbath without Ozzy is not Black Sabbath at all. Dio didn't do the band justice.