Album artwork for Holy Diver (Joe Barresi Remix Edition) by Dio

Joe Barresi's new mix of Holy Diver released as a 2-LP set on 180-gram vinyl. It includes the original nine tracks, plus the 1983 B-side version of "Evil Eyes" as a bonus track. Side four is decorated with an etching of the legendary demon Murry that graces the album's iconic cover. The vinyl is kept in a gatefold sleeve that shows off newly commissioned artwork by longtime Dio artist, Marc Sasso.

Super Deluxe 4-CD: The collection comes with two versions of Holy Diver. The first is a new mix of the album made by Joe Barresi (Tool, Queens of the Stone Age, Slipknot). He used the original analogue tapes to remix all nine tracks on the album. The second is a newly remastered version of the original 1983 mix. The Super Deluxe Edition also features unreleased live performances and outtakes, along with a selection of rarities from the era. It goes beyond the original album with a previously unreleased recording of the quartet performing live in 1983 at Selland Arena in Fresno, California during the Holy Diver Tour. Wyn Davis mixed the concert recording, which spotlights live versions of songs from Holy Diver - ("Stand Up And Shout" and "Rainbow In The Dark"), Rainbow classics ("Man On The Silver Mountain" and "Starstruck"), and Sabbath staples, ("Children Of The Sea" and "Heaven And Hell.") It also revisits the Holy Diver recording sessions to uncover unreleased outtakes for several album cuts, including unheard takes for "Invisible," "Straight Through The Heart," and a version of "Rainbow In The Dark" that boasts an alternative guitar solo. There's also an early version of "Evil Eyes," a song that would resurface on Dio's 1984 follow-up album, The Last in Line. A selection of rarities rounds out the new collection with mono and stereo 7" single edits for "Rainbow In The Dark" and a version of "Evil Eyes" that was released in 1983 as the B-side to "Holy Diver."

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Holy Diver (Joe Barresi Remix Edition)

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Holy Diver (Joe Barresi Remix Edition)

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£66.99

Released 05/08/2022Catalogue Number

WB844661.2

Album artwork for Holy Diver (Joe Barresi Remix Edition) by Dio
LP

£44.99

Black
Released 05/08/2022Catalogue Number

WB844654.1

Joe Barresi's new mix of Holy Diver released as a 2-LP set on 180-gram vinyl. It includes the original nine tracks, plus the 1983 B-side version of "Evil Eyes" as a bonus track. Side four is decorated with an etching of the legendary demon Murry that graces the album's iconic cover. The vinyl is kept in a gatefold sleeve that shows off newly commissioned artwork by longtime Dio artist, Marc Sasso.

Super Deluxe 4-CD: The collection comes with two versions of Holy Diver. The first is a new mix of the album made by Joe Barresi (Tool, Queens of the Stone Age, Slipknot). He used the original analogue tapes to remix all nine tracks on the album. The second is a newly remastered version of the original 1983 mix. The Super Deluxe Edition also features unreleased live performances and outtakes, along with a selection of rarities from the era. It goes beyond the original album with a previously unreleased recording of the quartet performing live in 1983 at Selland Arena in Fresno, California during the Holy Diver Tour. Wyn Davis mixed the concert recording, which spotlights live versions of songs from Holy Diver - ("Stand Up And Shout" and "Rainbow In The Dark"), Rainbow classics ("Man On The Silver Mountain" and "Starstruck"), and Sabbath staples, ("Children Of The Sea" and "Heaven And Hell.") It also revisits the Holy Diver recording sessions to uncover unreleased outtakes for several album cuts, including unheard takes for "Invisible," "Straight Through The Heart," and a version of "Rainbow In The Dark" that boasts an alternative guitar solo. There's also an early version of "Evil Eyes," a song that would resurface on Dio's 1984 follow-up album, The Last in Line. A selection of rarities rounds out the new collection with mono and stereo 7" single edits for "Rainbow In The Dark" and a version of "Evil Eyes" that was released in 1983 as the B-side to "Holy Diver."