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1 x Vinyl LP, Album
Netherlands 1981

A1 - Turn Up The Night
A2 - Voodoo
A3 - The Sign Of The Southern Cross
A4 - E5150
A5 - The Mob Rules
B1 - Country Girl
B2 - Slipping Away
B3 - Falling Off The Edge Of The World
B4 - Over And Over

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BrandonTop Contributor: Star Wars
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Deluxe 2CD Review: excellent re-master, EXCELLENT bonus disc
Reviewed in the United States on January 29, 2020
Having the original pressing of Mob Rules I purchased this thinking the re-master might bring the music to life a bit more than the original production which I always found to be lacking slightly in the mix. Not being a Sabbath-only-with-Ozzy fan I an open to other... See more
Having the original pressing of Mob Rules I purchased this thinking the re-master might bring the music to life a bit more than the original production which I always found to be lacking slightly in the mix. Not being a Sabbath-only-with-Ozzy fan I an open to other vocalists singing the Sabbath catalgoue.

The re-master is better. Is it MUCH better? eh. it''s barely noticeable unless you turn it up. However, the first disc now includes as bonus tracks the Heavy Metal movie version of The Mob Rules as well as the b-side Die Young live version. Those two new tracks made disc 1 worth the purchase.

Disc two: is EXCELLENT. 14 live songs, all from the Hammersmith live dates from December 31st-January 2nd 1982 and they are amazing. There are some feedback on two tracks but other than that these songs are so clear that they pop as if recorded in a studio. 6 of the tracks are Ozzy era tunes and the NIB recording with Dio behind the mic is outstanding. Dio is in complete command of the audience and fans are loud and responsive. Excellent live show(s).

If you are a fan of Dio or simply of heavy metal with strong riffs, heavy rhythm section and piercing vocals than the first disc will give you the price of admission. If you are into live recordings and consider yourself a fan of Dio or all things Sabbath then you need this deluxe edition. What an amazing live recording!

Well worth the price paid. Very pleased with this package!
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speedythecat
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
2 Definative CDs in a $13 pkg!
Reviewed in the United States on December 29, 2016
Listen up because I''m about to give you pearls here. Buy this set NOW. 1. Disc 1 is Mob Rules. Don''t judge this album until you hear this 2010 Sanctuary version. This absolutely CRUSHES the ''08 Rhino remaster. I have extensively A/B tested all tracks and this... See more
Listen up because I''m about to give you pearls here. Buy this set NOW.

1. Disc 1 is Mob Rules. Don''t judge this album until you hear this 2010 Sanctuary version. This absolutely CRUSHES the ''08 Rhino remaster. I have extensively A/B tested all tracks and this 2010 deluxe is IMHO THEE version of Mob Rules to own on CD. Turn it up, it''s crystal clear with fantastic separation of the instruments and big, bad, beautiful RJD vocals. Throw all other versions away they are no longer needed.

2. Disc 2 - Live @ Hammersmith Odeon.
This is the definative Dio era Black Sabbath LIVE recording. I love Live Evil, but c''mon get real! This Hammersmith show sets the new standard. It''s a document of a red hot band putting on a blistering set of 14 songs 79 minutes including 6 tracks worth of Ozzy era tunes. Dio kills it.

I cannot hide my enthusiasm for Ronnie James Dio. I love the Ozzy era albums and heck I even like Tony Martin era Sabbath. I just feel like Dio was a cut above all other vocalists in the genre and if you feel the same, you need this Deluxe version of Mob Rules. It truly is a bargain.
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Edward J. mccarthy Jr.
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THIS REVIEW IS FOR THE RHINO 2021 2 CD DELUXE EDITION!!!!!!! JUST RELEASED YESTERDAY
Reviewed in the United States on March 6, 2021
great remastering on this i must say first!!!! as all know the mob rules is now 40 years old as well, this record was released after my favorite sabbath album of all time HEAVEN & HELL like i said in my review for that yesterday,... See more
great remastering on this i must say first!!!! as all know the mob rules is now 40 years old as well, this record was released after my favorite sabbath album of all time HEAVEN & HELL like i said in my review for that yesterday, today ive been rocking out to mob rules & this came off the coattails of heaven &hell and when this was release back in autumn 1981 heavy metal was really thriving and getting big here in the us with killer british bands like SAXON, IRON MAIDEN, GIRLSCHOOL, DEF LEPPARD, TYGERS OF PAN TANG, SAMSON,TANK, WHITE SPIRIT, GASKIN as well as heavyweights that had been around since the mid 70s mainly JUDAS PRIEST & MOTORHEAD getting bigger here in the us and of coarse ozzy was on the same HM wagon with his second killer album DIARY OF A MADMAN in 1981 as well so MOB RULES FIT right into all the great metal releases and stuff that was happening at this time. anyway WHAT WE GET HERE WITH THIS RHINO REISSUE IN 2021?? the first disc is the original album remastered and it sounds great as ever!!!! the 4 live tracks like COUNTRY GIRL, SLIPPING AWAY, MOB RULES & VOODOO sound great from hammersmith odeon from january 1982, i do dig the mob rules 2021 mix im not usually a fan of remixing classic stuff like this from 40 years ago but it worked with this track, also the mob rules from the HM MOVIE soundtrack is great to have been thrown in here as well and the best comes with a full show from the tour that took place on april,22,1982 in portland or & the first 2 tracks of the set start to fill out disc #1 and then the second disc is the rest of the full show so you miss nothing from the portland show from 82.. this comes like heaven & hell does in a nice deluxe package but i am well aware most all of this live stuff from the early 80s weather it be hammersmith uk or portland oregon we have heard it all before, i am giving this 5 stars for packaging & remastering sound quality!!!!! if you liked sabbath as much as i still do over 40 years on from this era you will love this!!!!! like i ended my review yesterday regarding heaven & hell, it would be nice of rhino does the classic 1983 BORN AGAIN SABBATH album deluxed as last time it was deluxed we got a live show from the reading festival uk august 83 as a bonus disc, this time make the bonus disc of all the demos from the record as i have had the whole born again demos for a couple of decades now on cd, zero the hero actually sounds better in demo form then the finished product that made the official lp back in 83!!!!!!!!!!!!! after that record the next best sabbath album would not come until 1989 HEADLESS CROSS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Clint Lickner
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Excellently recorded
Reviewed in the United States on July 18, 2019
Dispense with the single album; buy the deluxe set with the live disk. I only own the CD and may one day purchase the vinyl. The dynamics and even more surprising the clarity of the recording are top rate. Well mastered but probably the original master itself is... See more
Dispense with the single album; buy the deluxe set with the live disk.

I only own the CD and may one day purchase the vinyl. The dynamics and even more surprising the clarity of the recording are top rate. Well mastered but probably the original master itself is to be credited.

I never paid much attention to Dio (R.i.P) but for an introduction to his massive voice and vocal (and lyrical) talent this album was wholly fantastic.

Appice''s drums are clear, punchy and right in target for all the songs.

Tony and Geezer''s playing on both disks sound like they are enjoying a period of sobriety.

I would readily rank the second disk in the top ten live recorded metal albums. Worth the entire purchase price.
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Jeremy Juliano
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... first two Dio/Sabbath pairings are far and away my favorite Sabbath albums
Reviewed in the United States on June 30, 2016
I know most will call blasphemy on this but I think the first two Dio/Sabbath pairings are far and away my favorite Sabbath albums. I can never deiced which album I like more, Heaven and Hell or Mob Rules. Mob Rules is a little darker and moody but the songs are solid. Sign... See more
I know most will call blasphemy on this but I think the first two Dio/Sabbath pairings are far and away my favorite Sabbath albums. I can never deiced which album I like more, Heaven and Hell or Mob Rules. Mob Rules is a little darker and moody but the songs are solid. Sign of the Southern Cross is every bit as epic as as a song Heaven and Hell. You cannot go wrong with this album.
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speed_star
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If you listen to fools...
Reviewed in the United States on February 1, 2021
This Sanctuary version really does sound incredible. The vocals shine with warmth in the tone and the drums have just the right amount of punch. The original vinyl has bigger bass but this is a little more balanced. The two bonus tracks on disc 1 are kind throwaways but the... See more
This Sanctuary version really does sound incredible. The vocals shine with warmth in the tone and the drums have just the right amount of punch. The original vinyl has bigger bass but this is a little more balanced. The two bonus tracks on disc 1 are kind throwaways but the main tracks are just right. It will be interesting to see how this compares with the upcoming reissue in March. Also it''s great to finally have the Hammersmith live disc. It''s a killer show. The previous version of this set was going for hundreds of dollars while it was out of print. If you''re an addicted completist like me, just buy this and enjoy and have fun comparing it to the next version.
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federico ramirez villarreal
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Masters of The Rules
Reviewed in the United States on April 22, 2021
SABBATH MOB RULES. This 2nd. delivery with Ronnie James Dio (R.I.P.) by the Heavy Metal founders, the logic continuity based on the strength they won writing, recording and playing with Ronnie, in addition with more power Iommy creative riffs, and creation over... See more
SABBATH MOB RULES.
This 2nd. delivery with Ronnie James Dio (R.I.P.) by the Heavy Metal founders, the logic continuity based on the strength they won writing, recording and playing with Ronnie, in addition with more power
Iommy creative riffs, and creation over the powerful Butler bass rhythm lines together and along with in this Album the addition and replacement of Bill Ward with the American rock drummer Vinny Appice who during the tour in support of the “Heaven and Hell” album in 1980 was quickly admitted as part of Black Sabbath refresh version, He was quickly brought in to replace Bill Ward. Vinny added new powerful rhythm to Sabbath’s sound well. Vinny was part on the next Sabbath Album “Live Evil” (issued 1982).
As a logical consequence it launched to BLACK SABBATH on the early 80’s to aggressively more Fame, for sure it was!!.
The MOB RULES master-piece in this De Luxe Edition something for Collectors like I am... just GREAT!
I honestly just LOVE IT too!
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Anthony V. Fioravanti
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Dio''s great follow up to Heaven and Hell
Reviewed in the United States on June 13, 2018
The best most realistic remasters (Rhino) as compared to the 1996 Castle Record remasters. This CD used to be part of The Rules Of Hell boxset. The Andy Pearce remasters (i.e. Deluxe Edition) are too smooth (i.e. over compressed and/or lack of frequency dynamics) - this... See more
The best most realistic remasters (Rhino) as compared to the 1996 Castle Record remasters. This CD used to be part of The Rules Of Hell boxset. The Andy Pearce remasters (i.e. Deluxe Edition) are too smooth (i.e. over compressed and/or lack of frequency dynamics) - this goes for Rainbow, Black Sabbath, and Dio.
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JayMadd
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Dio-Era Sabbath - Chapter Two
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 19, 2017
Here we have the follow-up to the first Dio-era record, ''Mob Rules'' picks up where ''Heaven & Hell'' left off and continues the sound set on the first Dio-era record. The entire record is loaded with catchy-riffs, thunderous basslines, fantastic drumming and incredible...See more
Here we have the follow-up to the first Dio-era record, ''Mob Rules'' picks up where ''Heaven & Hell'' left off and continues the sound set on the first Dio-era record. The entire record is loaded with catchy-riffs, thunderous basslines, fantastic drumming and incredible vocals. This is one you really have to check out - there''s something here to please everyone in my opinion. The deluxe edition (the one I got), is awesome - as with the deluxe edition of ''Heaven & Hell'' we get a bonus disc. This time, we''re treated to the entire live set from the 1980 show at Hammersmith Odeon in London, England. Seriously guys? You are really spoiling us with these deluxe editions now! Awesome stuff!
Here we have the follow-up to the first Dio-era record, ''Mob Rules'' picks up where ''Heaven & Hell'' left off and continues the sound set on the first Dio-era record. The entire record is loaded with catchy-riffs, thunderous basslines, fantastic drumming and incredible vocals. This is one you really have to check out - there''s something here to please everyone in my opinion.

The deluxe edition (the one I got), is awesome - as with the deluxe edition of ''Heaven & Hell'' we get a bonus disc. This time, we''re treated to the entire live set from the 1980 show at Hammersmith Odeon in London, England. Seriously guys? You are really spoiling us with these deluxe editions now! Awesome stuff!
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J. Talsma
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The studio side has nothing new on offer, although ...
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 18, 2015
The studio side has nothing new on offer, although the bonus tracks are interesting, a live version of "Die Young" and the original take of the titletrack Mob Rules. In the wake of two new albums, "Heaven and Hell" and "Mob Rules" the refreshed band,...See more
The studio side has nothing new on offer, although the bonus tracks are interesting, a live version of "Die Young" and the original take of the titletrack Mob Rules. In the wake of two new albums, "Heaven and Hell" and "Mob Rules" the refreshed band, nowfronting new singer Ronnie James Dio, and a new drummer Vinnie Appice undertook a world tour, from which already a live album was taken "Live Evil" (read upside down) which also was the death toll on this line up. From that same tour but mainly recorded far earlier in Londen on december 31, 1981 plus january 1982, comes the material on the second disc. The sound is fresh and clear, the playing solid. A few tracks are new, compared to Live Evil but mainly the setlist is the same. A welcome edition to the worn out other live album as mentioned.
The studio side has nothing new on offer, although the bonus tracks are interesting, a live version of "Die Young" and the original take of the titletrack Mob Rules. In the wake of two new albums, "Heaven and Hell" and "Mob Rules" the refreshed band, nowfronting new singer Ronnie James Dio, and a new drummer Vinnie Appice undertook a world tour, from which already a live album was taken "Live Evil" (read upside down) which also was the death toll on this line up. From that same tour but mainly recorded far earlier in Londen on december 31, 1981 plus january 1982, comes the material on the second disc. The sound is fresh and clear, the playing solid. A few tracks are new, compared to Live Evil but mainly the setlist is the same. A welcome edition to the worn out other live album as mentioned.
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Geoff Wakelam
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Great to hear it again
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 3, 2017
Got it originally on vinyl when it was released. Great to hear it again. Disc two is live and brilliant. Pity Dio talks in between all the bonus tracks. Music and talking should be separate. You only need to hear an anecdote once but the music over and over again without...See more
Got it originally on vinyl when it was released. Great to hear it again. Disc two is live and brilliant. Pity Dio talks in between all the bonus tracks. Music and talking should be separate. You only need to hear an anecdote once but the music over and over again without having to fast forward past the dialogue.
Got it originally on vinyl when it was released. Great to hear it again. Disc two is live and brilliant. Pity Dio talks in between all the bonus tracks. Music and talking should be separate. You only need to hear an anecdote once but the music over and over again without having to fast forward past the dialogue.
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ratmonkey
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Mob Justice!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 1, 2010
While not as acclaimed as their previous storming effort, Mob Rules is still a superb example of Dio-era Black Sabbath and is probably their last truly good album until The Headless Cross. ''Turn Up The Night'' is as much of a classic as ''Neon Knights'' from Heaven & Hell,...See more
While not as acclaimed as their previous storming effort, Mob Rules is still a superb example of Dio-era Black Sabbath and is probably their last truly good album until The Headless Cross. ''Turn Up The Night'' is as much of a classic as ''Neon Knights'' from Heaven & Hell, possibly it''s even better. It is rousing and urgent and just excellent. A great start. ''Voodoo'' doesn''t continue the trend unfortunately, but it is still a good song, though not a great one. ''The Sign of The Southern Cross'' is a classic and I was lucky enough to hear Heaven & Hell perform it on their last tour before Ronnie passed away. ''E5150'' is a bit of distortion that explodes into another classic - ''Mob Rules''. Another urgent track, bolstered even more by Dio''s vocal genius, it steals the show and shakes the ground under you - and all in under 3 minutes! It''s on side 2 where the album quality slips a bit. ''Country Girl'' is an effective enough rock-a-billy rocker but it meanders where it should soar. ''Slipping Away'' is very similar. A good track that has a groove but nowhere for it to go. Still, they are not bad songs by any means. ''Falling Off The Edge Of The World'' is a difficult one. Even after many listens I still can''t really get it. It''s ultimately an interesting song that is not particularly exciting. ''Over and Over'' seals the deal and ends the album rather dully. It''s an ok track but it goes on a bit too long for the weight of the material, as it''s a very slow, almost-ballad. A clasic album, without actually being of classic quality. But it''s still a belter.
While not as acclaimed as their previous storming effort, Mob Rules is still a superb example of Dio-era Black Sabbath and is probably their last truly good album until The Headless Cross.

''Turn Up The Night'' is as much of a classic as ''Neon Knights'' from Heaven & Hell, possibly it''s even better. It is rousing and urgent and just excellent. A great start. ''Voodoo'' doesn''t continue the trend unfortunately, but it is still a good song, though not a great one. ''The Sign of The Southern Cross'' is a classic and I was lucky enough to hear Heaven & Hell perform it on their last tour before Ronnie passed away. ''E5150'' is a bit of distortion that explodes into another classic - ''Mob Rules''. Another urgent track, bolstered even more by Dio''s vocal genius, it steals the show and shakes the ground under you - and all in under 3 minutes!

It''s on side 2 where the album quality slips a bit. ''Country Girl'' is an effective enough rock-a-billy rocker but it meanders where it should soar. ''Slipping Away'' is very similar. A good track that has a groove but nowhere for it to go. Still, they are not bad songs by any means. ''Falling Off The Edge Of The World'' is a difficult one. Even after many listens I still can''t really get it. It''s ultimately an interesting song that is not particularly exciting. ''Over and Over'' seals the deal and ends the album rather dully. It''s an ok track but it goes on a bit too long for the weight of the material, as it''s a very slow, almost-ballad.

A clasic album, without actually being of classic quality. But it''s still a belter.
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Dr.Unheil
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Härter als "Heaven And Hell"
Reviewed in Germany on June 9, 2020
Vorab: Black Sabbath ohne Madman Ozzy ist irgendwie nicht richtig Black Sabbath. Aber natürlich ist Ronnie James Dio ein herausragender Sänger und mit "Heaven And Hell" gab es zum Start ein sehr starkes, homogenes Album. Diese Homogenität fehlt mir auf "The Mob Rules"...See more
Vorab: Black Sabbath ohne Madman Ozzy ist irgendwie nicht richtig Black Sabbath. Aber natürlich ist Ronnie James Dio ein herausragender Sänger und mit "Heaven And Hell" gab es zum Start ein sehr starkes, homogenes Album. Diese Homogenität fehlt mir auf "The Mob Rules" etwas. Auf der anderen Seite ist "The Mob Rules" etwas härter und vor allem "doomiger" als "Heaven And Hell". Das macht sich besonders bei meinen drei Lieblingssongs "The Sign Of The Southern Cross", "Falling Off The Edge Of The World" und "Over And Over" bemerkbar. Herausragend ist dabei das knapp 8minütige "The Sign Of The Southern Cross", für mich der stärkste Song der Post Ozzy Ära. Nach einem sehr ruhigen, balladesken Beginn entwickelt sich dieser Song zu einer richtigen Doom Walze, hier kommt für mich das richtige "Sabbath Feeling" auf. Dazu kommt das vorzügliche Schlagzeugspiel von Vinnie Appice. Auch noch stark ist "Falling Off The Edge Of The World", das ähnlich sanft beginnt wie "The Sign..", ehe ein tonnenschweres Gitarren Riff und wuchtige Drums den härteren und schnelleren Abschnitt des Songs einläuten. Richtig gut gefällt mir auch das leicht melancholische, sehr melodiöse "Over And Over". Die restlichen Songs sind zwar auch nicht schlecht, aber hauen mich nicht gerade vom Hocker. Fazit: Auch wenn "The Mob Rules" etwas schwächer als "Heaven And Hell" ist, lohnt sich die Anschaffung allein schon wegen "The Sign Of The Southern Cross"
Vorab: Black Sabbath ohne Madman Ozzy ist irgendwie nicht richtig Black Sabbath. Aber natürlich
ist Ronnie James Dio ein herausragender Sänger und mit "Heaven And Hell" gab es zum Start ein sehr
starkes, homogenes Album.

Diese Homogenität fehlt mir auf "The Mob Rules" etwas. Auf der anderen Seite ist "The Mob Rules" etwas
härter und vor allem "doomiger" als "Heaven And Hell". Das macht sich besonders bei meinen drei
Lieblingssongs "The Sign Of The Southern Cross", "Falling Off The Edge Of The World" und "Over And Over" bemerkbar.

Herausragend ist dabei das knapp 8minütige "The Sign Of The Southern Cross", für mich der stärkste Song der
Post Ozzy Ära. Nach einem sehr ruhigen, balladesken Beginn entwickelt sich dieser Song zu einer richtigen
Doom Walze, hier kommt für mich das richtige "Sabbath Feeling" auf. Dazu kommt das vorzügliche
Schlagzeugspiel von Vinnie Appice.

Auch noch stark ist "Falling Off The Edge Of The World", das ähnlich sanft beginnt wie "The Sign..", ehe ein
tonnenschweres Gitarren Riff und wuchtige Drums den härteren und schnelleren Abschnitt des Songs
einläuten.

Richtig gut gefällt mir auch das leicht melancholische, sehr melodiöse "Over And Over". Die restlichen Songs
sind zwar auch nicht schlecht, aber hauen mich nicht gerade vom Hocker.

Fazit: Auch wenn "The Mob Rules" etwas schwächer als "Heaven And Hell" ist, lohnt sich die Anschaffung
allein schon wegen "The Sign Of The Southern Cross"
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