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Angry Machines

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Angry Machines
Angry Machines.jpg
Cover art by Paul R. Gregory
Studio album by
ReleasedOctober 4, 1996 (Japan)
October 15, 1996 (USA)
RecordedTotal Access Recording, Redondo Beach, California, USA
GenreHeavy metal
LabelMercury (Japan)
Mayhem Records (US)
SPV/Steamhammer (Europe)
ProducerRonnie James Dio
Dio chronology
Strange Highways
Angry Machines
Inferno: Last in Live
Professional ratings
Review scores
AllMusic2.5/5 stars[1]
Collector's Guide to Heavy Metal7/10[2]

Angry Machines is the seventh studio album from the American heavy metal band Dio. It was released first in Japan on October 4, 1996, by Mercury Music Entertainment with 11 tracks and in the USA on October 15, 1996, on Mayhem Records but with only 10 tracks. It was the last studio album to feature original drummer Vinny Appice.


In 2019, Angry Machines was remastered and announced for reissue in 2020. While the first disc is identical to the original North American and European releases, the second disc contains live tracks recorded on various dates of the Angry Machines tour.[3] The track "God Hates Heavy Metal", exclusive to Japanese pressings of the album, was not included in the reissue.

Track listing

All lyrics by Ronnie James Dio, music as stated.

Side one
1."Institutional Man"Vinny Appice, Dio, Tracy Grijalva5:08
2."Don't Tell the Kids"Appice, Dio, Grijalva4:19
3."Black"Dio, Grijalva, Appice, Jeff Pilson3:10
4."Hunter of the Heart"Appice, Dio, Grijalva4:13
5."Stay Out of My Mind"Pilson7:11
Side two
6."Big Sister"Dio, Grijalva, Appice, Pilson5:35
7."Double Monday"Appice, Dio, Grijalva2:55
8."Golden Rules"Appice, Dio, Grijalva4:54
9."Dying in America"Dio, Grijalva, Appice, Pilson4:38
10."This Is Your Life"Dio, Grijalva3:25
Japanese bonus track
11."God Hates Heavy Metal"Appice, Jerry Best, Dio, Grijalva3:45
Deluxe Edition Disc two (2019 Remaster)
1."Jesus Mary and the Holy Ghost / Straight Through the Heart" (Live in Chicago, May 31 1997)Jimmy Bain, Dio, Grijalva, Pilson10:18
2."Don't Talk to Strangers" (Live in Chicago, May 31 1997)Dio6:34
3."Double Monday / Stand Up and Shout" (Live in Chicago, May 31 1997)Bain, Dio, Grijalva, Appice7:17
4."Hunter of the Heart"Appice, Dio, Grijalva5:17
5."Holy Diver" (Live in Chicago, May 31 1997)Dio8:53
6."Heaven and Hell" (Live in Chicago, May 31 1997)Dio, Tony Iommi, Geezer Butler, Bill Ward7:37
7."Long Live Rock and Roll"Ritchie Blackmore, Dio3:46
8."Man on the Silver Mountain"Blackmore, Dio2:09
9."Rainbow in the Dark"Appice, Bain, Vivian Campbell, Dio4:54
10."The Last in Line"Bain, Campbell, Dio6:35
11."The Mob Rules"Butler, Dio, Iommi3:22
12."We Rock"Dio5:40

Disc two of the Deluxe Version was recorded live on the Angry Machines Tour in 1996/97. It contains the same recordings as the live album Inferno: Last in Live, omitting "Mistreated/Catch the Rainbow" and switching up the order of the tracks. Track 3 is incorrectly labeled as "Double Monday" only.




Chart (2020) Peak
German Albums (Offizielle Top 100)[5] 44


  1. ^ Huey, Steve. "Dio Angry Machines review". AllMusic. Rovi Corporation. Retrieved 2013-11-10.
  2. ^ Popoff, Martin (August 1, 2007). The Collector's Guide to Heavy Metal: Volume 3: The Nineties. Burlington, Ontario, Canada: Collector's Guide Publishing. p. 121. ISBN 978-1-894959-62-9.
  3. ^ "Dio's Final Albums to Be Expanded With Previously Unreleased Material". Rolling Stone. 8 November 2019. Retrieved 2020-04-03.
  4. ^ Saulnier, Jason (24 March 2012). "Vinny Appice Interview". Music Legends. Retrieved 6 May 2013.
  5. ^ " – Dio – Angry Machines" (in German). GfK Entertainment Charts. Retrieved March 27, 2020.

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