Heaven and Hell - Black Sabbath

Heaven and Hell

Black Sabbath

  • Genre: Metal
  • Release Date: 2008-10-07
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 8
  • ℗ 1980 Warner Records Inc. Marketed by Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group Company.

Heaven and Hell ◷ preview

Title Artist Time
Neon Knights Black Sabbath 3:53 USD 1.29
Children of the Sea Black Sabbath 5:34 USD 1.29
Lady Evil Black Sabbath 4:26 USD 1.29
Heaven and Hell Black Sabbath 6:59 USD 1.29
Wishing Well Black Sabbath 4:07 USD 1.29
Die Young Black Sabbath 4:45 USD 1.29
Walk Away Black Sabbath 4:25 USD 1.29
Lonely Is the Word Black Sabbath 5:51 USD 1.29


  • On it's own

    By Noel G.
    This album is a one off to me. Iommi on this is mystical. Mob Rules didn't even capture it again.
  • A classic!

    By hdfxst
    I was always an old school Ozzy Black Sabbath fan. I still am. This album came out when I was in high school. I rejected it at first calling it “Black Rainbow.” It did grow on me somewhat. Recently, I’ve rediscovered it and I’m blown away by it. Everything that makes music is all here in top form. The music is pure Black Sabbath with a vengeance and Dio’s vocals add a new and different element that contribute to and in no way diminish Sabbath.
  • I h8 RJD

    By M!KE!!
    Black Sabbath was way better with Ozzy
  • Definition of perfection

    By SwedishFishYummm
    Just listen to the album. You’ll understand then.
  • Heavy metal bliss

    By waster68
    sabbath with ozzy were getting a bit lazy (nothing against their legend ness )but step in Ronnie James Dio that lit a fire in Tony Iommi's guitar. Easily in my top 10 metal albums of all time- just the album cover is worth 4.99
  • Black Sabbath at it's best

    By Hector V. The One
    I remember this one from my senior year,Ozzy had been replaced and Ronnie James Dio stepped in and this album was magical.Geezer Butler's bass was off the charts, Bill Ward killed the drumming and Tony Iommi not only shredded he also played very melodically,this is one of the greatest Heavy Metal albums of all time in my opinion.Peace Hector V. The One

    By Kallym
    Neon Knights kicks it off and it just never stops. This album is one of my absolute favorites, one I love to crank the music up, roll down the windows and just drive really, really fast. A classic.
  • Great album

    By Raven Sun
    I am a Black Sabbath fan that love all of Black Sabbath and this being the first one with Ronnie James Dio is truly Amazing.
  • Good but...

    By Jackknife
    I think this is when Sabbath tried sounding like the metal bands THEY influenced. It's nothing like Ozzy era Sabbath. Gone are Geezer's snaking basslines riding under Iommi's monolithic crushing riffs. Geezer just pounds away on root notes and follows Iommi's lead never really taking off on his own. Iommi's style is vastly different. The big crushing riffs are gone sounding like more of a modern, faster guitar approach. I love Ozzy era Sabbath and own all of those recordings. If I didn't this was a Sabbath album and you played it for me, I wouldn't think it was Sabbath at all. Just some Dio metal band.
  • R.I.P DIO \m/

    By King Kose CMW
    RJD the greatest of all time. Amen.