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Black Sabbath: Ozzy Osbourne (vocals); Tony Iommi (guitar); Geezer Butler (bass); Bill Ward (drums). 1974's SABBATH BLOODY SABBATH is widely considered to be Black Sabbath's last true classic album. The musical experimentation that began on 1972's VOL. 4 was continued here, but this time it took the form of subtle synthesizer colorings (instead of VOL. 4's tranquil ballads). And whereas its predecessor didn't contain a true, instantly recognizable Sabbath anthem (save for "Snowblind"), SABBATH BLOODY SABBATH's title track resumed the quartet's penchant for penning heavy metal compositions that sounded like they were tailor made for being blasted in a huge arena. While the title track is the album's best-known song, SABBATH BLOODY SABBATH proved to be another in a long line of 100% filler-free records from Ozzy and co. Highlights included the creepy "Who Are You?," plus the Tony Iommi riff-mongers "A National Acrobat," "Killing Yourself to Live," and "Sabra Cadabra," a song that Metallica would cover on i...
Song List: Disc 1
1. Sabbath, Bloody Sabbath
2. National Acrobat, A
3. Fluff
4. Sabbra Cadabra
5. Killing Yourself to Live
6. Who Are You?
7. Looking For Today
8. Spiral Architect
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Label:  Warner Bros. Records (Record Label)
ArtistBlack Sabbath
Release Date:  January 01, 1990
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review by . December 11, 2003
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Pros: Shows diversity that was not there on the previous Sabbath releases. Their greatest achievement.     Cons: I think Ozzy was a Detroit Lions fan from the title.     The Bottom Line: Black Sabbath's greatest by far. Shows what the band was capable of. Too bad they couldn't continue with this caliber of music.     I remember having this album in two versions. First I had the vinyl disc that was played so much it started to sound like …
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