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Dio (2) - Lock Up The Wolves (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Lock Up the Wolves je páté studiové album skupiny enanabunabchaheedloribotbuzzcar.xyzinfo vyšlo května u Reprise enanabunabchaheedloribotbuzzcar.xyzinfo albu hrají jiní hudebníci než na předchozím albu Dream Evil, mimo klávesisty Jense Johanssona.. Seznam skladeb.
  2. Ronnie James Dio assembled a new version of Dio for Lock Up the Wolves, to no apparent change in the band's enanabunabchaheedloribotbuzzcar.xyzinfoheless, the group's status in the metal community was beginning to slip, and the album was the lowest-charting Dio record apart from the live Intermission.6/
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of Lock Up The Wolves on Discogs. Label: Vertigo - • Format: Cassette Album, Stereo • Country: Spain • Genre: Rock • Style: Heavy Metal.
  4. Lock Up the Wolves is the fifth studio album by the American heavy metal band Dio, released on May 15, It displayed a complete change of musician line-up over the previous Dream Evil album, including eighteen-year-old guitarist Rowan Robertson, and Simon Wright on drums who had played with AC/DC from /5(73).
  5. Lock Up the Wolves. Lock Up the Wolves sessions initially included Jimmy Bain, Vinny Appice and Jens Johansson. This line-up had already written and recorded parts of Lock Up the Wolves [citation needed] before Bain and Appice were replaced with Teddy Cook and former AC/DC drummer Simon Wright, respectively. The album was released on 15 May.
  6. Label: Reprise Records - W4 • Format: Cassette Album, Club Edition Dolby • Country: Canada • Genre: Rock • Style: Heavy Metal Dio - Lock Up The Wolves (, Dolby, Cassette) | Discogs /5(2).
  7. Holy Diver · The Last in Line · Sacred Heart · Dream Evil · Lock Up the Wolves · Strange Highways · Angry Machines · Magica · Killing the Dragon · Master of the Moon EP -k The Dio E.P.
  8. In Lock Up the Wolves saw the light of day. It could be that Dio ran into a proverbial wall with Lock Up the Wolves, or he simply felt like experimenting somewhat, but this album made a dual impression on me back then. It still does.

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