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June 4, 2007 (4:39 am) GMT
Heaven and Hell's first performance in 15 years was captured in two CDs and followed by an exclusive DVD.

Those who got the chance to view 's fast-selling Radio City Music Hall gig on March 30 were lucky but those who missed the live show will get the compensation with released CDs and DVD.

Packed in 2 CDs and a single DVD, a set will hit stores August 28 under the title "Live from Radio City Music Hall". This package captures every moment of the band's comeback after 15 years absent from U.S. stage. The CDs as usual will contain the songs played during the gig while the DVD features tour memorabilia including a tour program, backstage laminate, glossy photos of the band and other tour items.

At separate sale, the two-disc set will be tagged $19.98 while the DVD, which is only available in Rhino's website, is sold for $19.99. As a deluxe package, the CD and DVD will be priced $49.98 at retailers.

"Live From Radio City Music Hall" Track Listing:

  1. "E5150/After All (The Dead)"
  2. "The Mob Rules"
  3. "Children Of The Sea"
  4. "Lady Evil"
  5. "I"
  6. "The Sign Of The Southern Cross"
  7. "Voodoo"
  8. "The Devil Cried"
  9. "Computer God"
  10. "Falling Off The Edge Of The World"
  11. "Shadow Of The Wind"
  12. "Die Young"
  13. "Heaven And Hell"
  14. "Lonely Is The Word"
  15. "Neon Knights"


The band will continue touring around the world this summer with a U.S. jaunt in early September.

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