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  1. Anxiety69

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    Oct 18, 2009
    Male, 43 years old
    Long Beach CA United States

    If this really was their last live performance, then a hell of a way to go out :)

    01 Another Day Another Death
    02 Witch Hunt
    03 Prison
    04 Dance On You Fool
    05 Stay
    06 Gates Of Hell
    07 Our Life Our World
    08 Is God A Man?
    09 I Hear You Laughing
    10 Slayed
    11 Smack
    12 No Doves (incomplete)


    Live At Kkt Cosmos, Yekaterinburg, Russia - On The 13th September 2005
    Release Date : 2015

    Recorded live at KKT Cosmos, Yekaterinburg, Russia, on September 13th 2005 This is Dio's longest show ever ! Limited edition of 150 copies in clear vinyl Soundboard recording

    THE MOB Biography

    Dio was a heavy metal band formed by singer [a=Ronnie James Dio] and drummer [a=Vinny Appice] in 1982 following their depature from [a=Black Sabbath]. Although Ronnie claimed that his intention was to form a band and not a solo project, he remained the only continuous member and the prime creative force in the band throughout its lifespan.

    The original line-up was rounded out by bassist [a=Jimmy Bain] and guitarist [a=Vivian Campbell] for the band's debut, 1983's "Holy Diver". The album remains the group's most well-known and commercially successful release. The band added keyboardist [a=Claude Schnell] afterwards and this line-up appeared on the band's next two LPs, "Last In Line" (1984) and "Sacred Heart" (1985), both of which were commercial successes. Vivian Campbell left the band in 1986 and was replaced by [a=Craig Goldy] for 1987's "Dream Evil". However, by the time Dio released their next album, 1990's "Lock Up The Wolves", the group's popularity was waning and the band had undergone a complete overhaul, with only Ronnie remaining from the original line-up.

    By the start of the 1990s, both Dio and Ronnie's former band, Black Sabbath, saw that their separate commercial fortunes were waning. In an attempt to rekindle their old magic, Ronnie put Dio to rest and joined forces with Vinny Appice, [a=Geezer Butler], and [a=Tony Iommi] for the 1992 Black Sabbath record, "Dehumanizer". The release met with a largely positive reception from most fans but old personal issues were still unresolved and Ronnie and Vinny departed Black Sabbath again in 1993 and launched a new version of Dio. The new band included guitarist [a=Tracy G], bassist [a=Jeff Pilson], and keyboardist [a=Scott Warren]. This line-up recorded 1994's "Strange Highways" (Dio's last album for a major label) and 1996's "Angry Machines". These albums saw the band turn away from the "sword & sorcery" lyrics and traditional heavy metal sound of the old days and move towards more modern sounds and lyrical issues. Many fans were not receptive towards these changes.

    2000's "Magica" not only saw Dio return to the "classic" sound of the band, but also saw the return of Jimmy Bain, Craig Goldy, and drummer [a=Simon Wright (4)] (the latter of whom had played on "Lock Up The Wolves"). The follow-up to "Magica", 2002's "Killing The Dragon" saw Goldy replaced by [a=Doug Aldrich]. In 2004, Goldy would return to replace Aldrich and Jimmy Bain quit the band again. Jeff Pilson would return for bass duties on 2004's "Master Of The Moon", although other obligations prevented him from touring so [a=Rudy Sarzo] joined as the band's live bass player. Doug Aldrich replaced Goldy again in 2005 and appeared on two live releases, "Evil Or Divine - Live In New York City" and "Holy Diver - Live", before Goldy would once again rejoin the band in 2006.

    In 2007, the Dio band went on hiatus again as Ronnie re-teamed with Geezer Butler, Tony Iommi, and Vinny Appice to form [a=Heaven & Hell (2)]. Although, Ronnie stated that the Dio band would continue, with plans for making "Magica II" and "Magica III", this would not come to pass, as in late 2009, the singer was diagnosed with stomach cancer. He passed away in May 2010.

    Band members: Rudy Sarzo, Ronald Padavona, Scott Warren, Simon Wright (4), Craig Goldy
    Band ex-members: , Jens Johansson, Jimmy Bain, Rowan Robertson, Vinny Appice, Jeff Pilson, Vivian Campbell, Claude Schnell, Teddy Cook, Jerry Best, Doug Aldrich, Jake Williams (5), Tracy Grijalva

    There are more than one band named The Mob.

    1. Anarcho-punk late '70s
    2. New York Hardcore early '80s
    3. Rock 2005
    4. Northern soul R& B mid "60s
    1) The Mob were an anarcho-punk band originally from Yeovil, Somerset, England during the late 1970s and early 1980s. The band broke up in December 1983. Marc Mob was the bands center of attention with colourful (red) dreadlocks and an angelic face. On the contrary his voice sounded doomed, his lyrics featuring topics such as nuclear bombs, war, wastelands, death and doom in general. the mob. they knew that the world was a place of doom, gloom, and despair, and thus sung songs of mourning for a dying world. greed, corruption, and pollution have blotted out all hope and optimism. formed and disbanded during the early UK anarcho-punk scene, the mob defined dirge music in the punk genre with music so competent and unique from the one chord wonder bands, and possibly the most emotional, albeit negative, of any of their contemporaries like crass, conflict, and chumbawamba while still remaining political in their message. possibly the only other band to hold a torch to the despair and morbidity of the mob was rudimentary peni, another off-beat post-punk group who often shared the stage with the mob. they seemed more comrades to each other than any of the more positive-punk bands at the time.

    2) The Mob were a hardcore band from New York who existed during the 1980's. Their first release was the Upset The System EP 7" in 1982 followed by another 7" (Step Forward) the next year and a LP titled We Come To Crush in 1986. Their style of hardcore was similar to contemporaries such as The Abused, Urban Waste and Cause For Alarm.

    3)The Mob is an American hard rock band formed in 2005. Their self-titled debut album was released by Frontiers Records the same year.
    4 ) The Mob is a 1960's horn-soul band from Chicago Illinois that played many venues and had a prolific and successful songwriting duo amongst its' members of the band in guitarist Jim Holvay and horn player Gary Beisbier(https://www.last.fm/music/Gary+Beisbier ) who wrote songs for many other acts including The Buckinghams. (https://mikebaker45s.weebly.com/)

    * Reb Beach (from Whitesnake – guitars, backing vocals
    * Doug Pinnick (from King's X – lead vocals
    * Timothy Drury from (Whitesnake – keyboards, backing vocals
    * Kelly Keagy from (Night Ranger– drums, backing vocals

    Disclaimer: this biography was gathered automatically through an external music database and could be inaccurate. We don't control the information found here.

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