Title – HOLY DIVER – PICTURE DISC LP VINYL
Price – $29.99
WAS SOLD OUT!!! BUT NOT NOW!!!!
OK WE FOUND 25 more copies but these are the LAST COPIES WE WILL EVER GET! We had to raise the price to $39.99 each because we bought these last 25 from another CD store and paid full retail for them ourselves. THESE WILL STILL COME WITH 2 DIO REAL PASSES.
CHECK BACK ON TUESDAY JANUARY 4th TO SEE IF WE GOT MORE INSTOCK!
There were only 1000 pressed and it is now out of print!!
Free Item! Also get for FREE 2 real unused backstage pass from one of Dio’s tours!!!
This is a VERY RARE ITEM NOW. There were only 1000 pressed of this Holy Diver LP Picture Disc and we have the last ones available! BUT you also get something very cool for FREE! You will also receive 2 very cool real back stage passes from one of Dio’s tours. These are real back stage passes that were not used. We received the passes from Wendy Dio, Ronnies wife as a free gift to give away to Looney Tunes customers with purchase of this rare LP.
Dio: Ronnie James Dio (vocals, keyboards); Vivian Campbell (guitar); Jimmy Bain (keyboards, bass); Vinny Appice (drums). Recorded at Sound City Studios, Los Angeles, California. Despite recording two hit studio albums with Black Sabbath (1980’s HEAVEN AND HELL and 1981’s THE MOB RULES) and playing throughout the world to huge crowds, Ronnie James Dio left the band in 1982-the year of his final release with Sabbath, the in-concert LIVE EVIL. As soon as the announcement of his departure was made official, Dio began to put together his first solo project. Joining him were former Rainbow bandmate Jimmy Bain on bass, former Sabbath bandmate Vinny Appice on drums, ex-Sweet Savage guitar hero Vivian Campbell, and newcomer Claude Schnell on keyboards. HOLY DIVER, Dio’s band debut, was issued in 1983. The album quickly became a favorite among headbangers worldwide and eventually earned the group platinum certification. The somewhat upbeat sounding “Rainbow in the Dark” was an MTV favorite, while the plodding title track proved to be another standout. Other album highlights include the opening anthem “Stand Up and Shout,” “Invisible,” and “Don’t Talk to Strangers.” HOLY DIVER proved that Dio’s departure from Black Sabbath had not affected his spirits. In fact, he sounds most inspired here, aided by his new, hungry backing band.