After redefining Sabbath on early-'80s albums such as "Heaven and Hell" and "Mob Rules," Dio formed his namesake band for 1983's "Holy Diver" and 1984's "Last In Line," both of which sold like crazy and allowed him to headline arenas. The long-haired, fast-moving, pointy eyebrowed singer who was said to have inspired the satirical Stonehenge scene from "This Is Spinal Tap" was a workaholic, but a kind and inviting one. "Well, he didn't push you every 10 minutes!" Wright says with a laugh. "He always brought you into the situation regardless of if it included you -- like if it was a guitar part when we were demoing songs for the album at a studio."
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