Lock Up the Wolves is the fifth studio album by the American heavy metal band Dio, released on May 15, 1990. It displayed a complete change of musician line-up over the previous Dream Evil album, including eighteen-year-old guitarist Rowan Robertson, and Simon Wright on drums who had played with AC/DC from 1983-89. The song Evil On Queen Street takes it title from a deli in Toronto who had a sandwich with that name - per Dio on Much Music in 1990.
Recorded by Tony Platt (at Granny's House, Reno, Nevada); assisted by Don Evans
Mixed by Tony Platt and Nigel Green (at Battery Studios, London)
Originally Mastered by George Marino
"Wild One", "Hey Angel", "Between Two Hearts" and "Why Are They Watching Me" published by Niji Music/Schnick Music. "Born on the Sun" and "Twisted" published by Niji Music/Schnick Music/Lite Dusting Music/Vinny Appice Music. "Night Music" and "Lock Up the Wolves" published by Niji Music/Schnick Music/Lite Dusting Music. "Evil on Queen Street" published by Niji Music/Schnick Music/See-Ya Music. "Walk on Water" and "My Eyes" published by Niji Music/Schinck Music/Swinesongs Music.