The Code Featuring Ronnie James Dio - The Rods - Vengeance (CD)

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  1. Latest release from these US heavy rock pioneers The Rods! Featuring the late great Ronnie James Dio on vocals on 1 track. Japan version of the album comes with 2 exclusives tracks and a /5(4).
  2. Rods - Vengeance CD. More by Rods. 2 Customer Reviews. No Longer Available. Add to WishList: Email Me When Available: Also send emails for our other sales: You can unsubscribe from our emails at any time, and we'll still let you know when this product is available. See our policy statement.
  3. The Code (*) Livin' Outside The Law Let It Ripp Fight Fire With Fire Madman Runnin' Wild Vengeance Let It Ride (bonus) My Life My Way (bonus) (*) Features Ronnie James Dio on vocals, this is the last song Ronnie ever recorded.
  4. "Runnin' Wild" could have been a song that DREAM EVIL polished up and made its own. The album's strongest cut, "The Code", features guest vocals from the late Ronnie James Dio (Feinstein 's cousin.
  5. Jul 06,  · The Rods; Album Vengeance; Licensed to YouTube by CD Baby (on behalf of Nire); CD Baby Sync Publishing, and 10 Music Rights Societies The Code (feat. Ronnie James Dio) - .
  6. Check out Ronnie James Dio on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on Amazon. by The Rods on Vengeance. Listen Now $ In MP3 cart View MP3 Cart Dream On. by The Code (feat. Ronnie James Dio) by The Rods on Vengeance. The Code (feat. Ronnie James Dio).
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Vengeance on Discogs. Label: Niji Entertainment Group (2) - NEG • Format: CD Album, Unofficial Release • Country: Russia • Genre: Rock • Style: Heavy Metal The Code Featuring, Vocals – Ronnie James Dio: 6: Livin´ Outside The Law: 7: Let It Ripp: 8: Fight Fire.
  8. Feinstein's cousin, Ronnie James Dio, sits in for a family duet on "The Code," which contains a reference to Nostradamus. But generally the words stick to aggression, from "Madman," a personification of a serial killer, to "Fight Fire with Fire.".
  9. JonFox Dec 21 First and foremost, the late, great Ronnie James Dio is featured on one track from The Rods’ Vengeance recording. The legendary Dio appears on “The Code”, a stomping track which is a departure from the remaining biker metal cuts that fill out The Rods latest studio effort.

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