Heaven And Hell 2007-04-22 Bringer Of Evil (Metal Sword)

Heaven And Hell
Dodge Theatre
Phoenix, AZ

Bringer Of Evil
Metal Sword

Soundboard Recording

Extracted to FLAC from original silver CDs via EZ CD Audio Converter

101 Introduction – E5150
102 After All (The Dead)
103 The Mob Rules
104 Children Of The Sea
105 Lady Evil
106 I
107 The Sign Of The Southern Cross
108 Voodoo
109 The Devil Cried
110 Vinny Appice Drum Solo
201 Computer God
202 Falling Off The Edge Of The World
203 Shadow Of The Wind
204 Die Young
205 Heaven And Hell – Tony Iommi Guitar Solo
206 Neon Knights

Bonus track
207 Black Sabbath – The Devil Cried (Radio Edit Version)

Artwork included.

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Shared by “J.B.” / doom43 / dance1102 on https://PurpleHippies.com on 2020-05-29

11 thoughts on “Heaven And Hell 2007-04-22 Bringer Of Evil (Metal Sword)

  1. Thank you very much for sharing! Soundboard Quality the cover says! It’s a very very good audience recording! AWESOME!!

  2. Thank you very much!
    FYI: I don’t think this is a factory-pressed silver, on the back it says “recordable”. I am not aware of any Sabbath silver from Metal Sword. They are one of the companies who just take a recording that was uploaded on the internet, burn it to CDRs, create artwork and sell it.

    1. And I think this is lossy-sourced (based on the spectral screenshots). But, yes, I am sorry, I don’t take the time to correctly note silver CD versus CD-R in my info files. I guess I should really work on correctly identifying silver vs CD-R…

      1. Perhaps a statement such as the following would capture the situation correctly: “Extracted to FLAC from original commercial CD-Rs via EZ CD Audio Converter” does that make sense? Any corrections? (A lot of the bootlegs I share are in fact CD-R, not silver CDs, so I would definitely appreciate any corrections on how to correctly describe the lineage.)

      2. Sorry, it is only now that I see your question. Yes, that sounds perfect. Thank you.

  3. OK, I just checked. Never trust Metal Sword: this is definitely an audience, not a soundboard recording. It is actually a copy of Desert Rat’s recording. Desert Rat’s master has the following lineage:
    Source: Source: Sanken COS 11s-pt RM > bass filter> Sony PCM-M1 (oade)
    Transfer: M1 > Core Sound 7-pin > Creative Labs Platinum Audigy > Adobe Audition (44Khz/EQ) > CDWAVE > WAV
    When I say that the Metal Sword CDR bootleg is a “copy” of Desert Rat’s recording, that doesn’t mean the Metal Sword version hasn’t been tampered with. Quite the contrary: not only is it lossy, while the original is lossless, but the Metal Sword version has also been treated with a rather huge amount of compression: DR7 (Metal Sword) vs. DR13 (Desert Rat master). Why they take a decent lossless recording and change it into a lossy, brickwalled mess is beyond me.
    As always, my criticism is addressed at the bootleg label, certainly not at you. Without you, I wouldn’t have had anything to compare in the first place. If you don’t have Desert Rat’s master, just send me an email, and I will send it your way.
    Many thanks again!

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