Released: Dec 1982
Label: Rhino/Warner Bros.
Live Evil is worth checking out not just as a document of the band's Ronnie James Dio era and subsequent tours, but also as a guide for how not to act as a frontman. When he's singing, Dio is as fantastic as ever, but his constant and unbearable stage banter is beyond idiotic, it's hilarious. This does not diminish the power of the better songs, however.