BMG Reveals New Streaming Tracks from Upcoming DIO Reissues
Angry Machines, Magica, Killing the Dragon and Master of the Moon
Available March 20
**Deluxe Newly Remastered Editions Of DIO’s 4 Studio Albums from 1996-2004**
**Limited Edition 1st run of vinyl features lenticular LP-sized album art print**
**Long out of print on CD**
**2CD and Streaming/Digital versions feature rare and unreleased bonus tracks**
To commemorate the tenth anniversary of the passing and honor the legacy of iconic vocalist Ronnie James Dio, BMG Records will reissue DIO‘s long out-of-print 1996-2004 studio albums
Angry Machines (1996), Magica (2000), Killing The Dragon (2002), and Master Of The Moon (2004).
To satisfy fans’ cravings for music, BMG has made four tracks available for streaming:
Rainbow In The Dark – Recorded Live on the Master Of The Moon Tour
Stand Up And Shout – Recorded Live on the Killing The Dragon Tour
Hunter Of The Heart – Recorded Live on the Angry Machines Tour
Fever Dreams – Recorded Live on The Magica Tour
Also check out the previously released reissue tracks at:
Man On The Silver Mountain – Recorded Live on the Angry Machines Tour
Lord Of the Last Day – Recorded Live on The Magica Tour
Holy Diver – Recorded Live on the Killing The Dragon Tour
Heaven and Hell – Recorded Live on the Master Of The Moon Tour
Newly remastered by longtime DIO collaborator Wyn Davis, the deluxe CD versions are showcased in mediabook packaging and include bonus discs with a selection of both rare or never before released live tracks from the accompanying tour for each studio release.
The 180-gram black vinyl editions include the original tracklistings and are available as a limited edition first run with and LP-sized Lenticular album art print.
As a special bonus, the Magica double LP also contains a 7” single featuring “Electra,” the only known completed track from the planned Magica 2 album.
Each release also features updated artwork from frequent DIO art director Marc Sasso.
Wendy Dio says, “I am very excited to be working with BMG, a label that still has a passion for rock music. They will be making the complete DIO catalogue available again with some interesting surprises.”