Dio: [1998] Inferno in Sofia Trailer

Dio: [1998] Inferno in Sofia Trailer (1998)

20 September 1998

Dio at Festivalna Hall, Sofia, Bulgaria 01 - Inro 02 - Evilution 03 - Staright Through The Heart 04 - Dont Talk To Strangers 05 - Holy Diver/Drums Solos 06 - Heaven And Hell 07 - Children Of The Sea 08 - I Speed At Night 09 - We Rock 10 - Neon Nights 11 - Stargazer 12 - Misstreated 13 - Catch The Rainbow 14 - Last In Line 15 - Rainbow In The Dark 16 - Mob Rules 17 - Man On The Silve Mountain 18 - Long Live Rock N Roll

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Cast

Tracy G

as Guitars

Scott Warren

as Keyboards

International Releases Dates

Bulgaria 20 September 1998

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