Dehumanizer is the 16th studio album by English rock band Black Sabbath, released in June 1992.
It was Sabbath's first studio album in over a decade to feature vocalist Ronnie James Dio and drummer Vinny Appice, and their first in nine years to feature original bassist Geezer Butler. Initial writing and demo sessions at Rich Bitch Studios in Birmingham featured drummer Cozy Powell; bootlegs of these sessions exist. However, when Cozy became injured with a broken hip, he was replaced with Vinny. With Vinny back in the band, this effectively reunited the Mob Rules lineup. The band spent two weeks writing material before spending six weeks rehearsing and recording demos at Monnow Valley Studios in Wales.
The album's lineup – Dio, Appice, Butler and guitarist Tony Iommi – reunited in 2006 for a greatest hits set, Black Sabbath: The Dio Years, and a new studio album in 2009, The Devil You Know (billed as Heaven & Hell).
The album was re-released, with bonus content, on 7 February 2011.
Label: Rhino Records R1 599496
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Deluxe Edition, Limited Edition, Reissue
Style: Heavy Metal, Hard Rock
Original Album 1992
A1 Computer God
A2 After All (The Dead)
A3 TV Crimes
A4 Letters From Earth
A5 Master Of Insanity
B1 Time Machine
B2 Sins Of The Father
B3 Too Late
B5 Buried Alive
C1 Master Of Insanity (Single Edit)
C2 Letters From Earth (B-Side Version)
C3 Time Machine (Wayne's World Version)
Live At The Sundome, Tampa, Florida 25th July 1992
C4 Children Of The Sea
D1 Die Young
D2 TV Crimes
D3 Master Of Insanity
D4 After All (The Dead)
D5 Neon Knights