8 thoughts on “ Mobb Rules Again - Starsky & The Junglites - Mobb Rules Again / Outlawed (Vinyl)

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  3. 'Mob Rules' is a very different sounding album to the lush, slick and fantastical H and H - it's got a harder and punchier edge in terms of delivery, production and gritty subject matter - even the slightly disturbing cover art has been hardened up over the soft focus angels on H and H/5().
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  5. Black Sabbath Mob Rules vinyl lp record album for sale. Buy Mob Rules, a vintage vinyl record from the legendary Black Sabbath featuring the late Ronnie James Dio!
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  8. Mob Rules was released on 4 November to mixed reviews. In the U.S. it went gold and in the UK it reached the Top 20 and spawned two chart singles, the title track and "Turn Up the Night". AllMusic's Greg Prato calls the album "underrated" and enthuses, "Mob Rules was given a much punchier, in-your-face mix by Birch, who seemed re-energized after his work on new wave of British heavy metal.

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