I think the brilliance of Dio was that it's so hard to pin down exactly where he peaked, some bands kind of have that flash of brilliance then burn out. Dio just kept rockin' and album after album, incarnation after incarnation it was always RJD and it was always exceptional.
Neither side in an argument can find the truth when both make an absolute claim on it.
How about Neon Knights? That pretty much covered what the heavy metal lifestyle was all about. That was also a great balls-to-the-wall song. Another one I liked a lot was Holy Diver.
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