Black Sabbath to Release Deluxe Edition of Dehumanizer

Black Sabbath to Release Deluxe Edition of <i>Dehumanizer</i>
Black Sabbath already hit their quota for stoking their fans via this week's announcement of Live at the Hammersmith Odeon's deluxe vinyl reissue, but clearly the legendary metal act still have a lot more to give their devoted. According to reports, the outfit are set to release an expanded, two-disc version of their 1992 platter Dehumanizer.

The devastatingly heavy set reunited the group with Ronnie James Dio, who hadn't recorded with the group since 1981's Mob Rules. The record's lineup is rounded out by founding members Tony Iommi and Geezer Butler, with Vinny Appice filling in on the drums.

While the deluxe reissue of Dehumanizer -- which according to the unofficial Black Sabbath website [via Blabbermouth] is dropping February 7 courtesy of Universal/Sanctuary -- features the album's original tracklisting, there will also be a handful of bonus tracks to further entice music lovers to the dark side. Featured bonus cuts include the single edit of "Master of Insanity" and alternate version of "Letters From Earth" and "Time Machine," which was originally recorded for the Wayne's World soundtrack. The set also includes five live tracks recorded at Florida's Sundome in 1992.

You can check out the full tracklisting below.

If that weren't enough Sabbath and Dio for you, please remember that a host of new material from the late Dio will also pop up sometime next year.

Dehumanizer deluxe edition:


Disc One (original album):


1. "Computer God"
2. "After All (The Dead)"
3. "TV Crimes"
4. "Letters From Earth"
5. "Master Of Insanity"
6. "Time Machine"
7. "Sins Of The Father"
8. "Too Late"
9. "I"
10. "Buried Alive"

  
Disc Two (bonus tracks):

1. "Master Of Insanity" (Single Edit)
2. "Letters From Earth" (B-Side Version)
3. "Time Machine" (Wayne's World Version)

 
Live at the Sundome,Tampa, Florida 25th July 1992: 

1. "Children Of The Sea"
2. "Die Young"
3. "TV Crimes"
4. "Master Of Insanity"
5. "Neon Knights"