℗ 1981 Warner Records Inc
 

Mob Rules

Black Sabbath

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1
Turn Up the Night (2013 Remaster)
Black Sabbath
3:42
2
Voodoo (2013 Remaster)
Black Sabbath
4:32
3
The Sign of the Southern Cross (2013 Remaster)
Black Sabbath
7:46
4
E5150 (2013 Remaster)
Black Sabbath
2:54
5
The Mob Rules (2013 Remaster)
Black Sabbath
3:14
6
Country Girl (2013 Remaster)
Black Sabbath
4:02
7
Slipping Away (2013 Remaster)
Black Sabbath
3:45
8
Falling Off the Edge of the World (2013 Remaster)
Black Sabbath
5:02
9
Over and Over (2013 Remaster)
Black Sabbath
5:28
Total Playing Time    40:25
Mob Rules is the 10th studio album by English heavy metal band Black Sabbath, released in November 1981. It was the second and last Black Sabbath studio album to feature lead vocalist Ronnie James Dio prior to the 1992 album Dehumanizer.

The album was produced and engineered by Martin Birch.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Rhino/Warner Records Studio Masters

Tracks 1-9 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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