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Black Sabbath - Complete Studio Albums 1970-1978 (2014 )

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Black Sabbath - Complete Studio Albums 1970-1978 (2014 )

Artist: Black Sabbath
Title Of Album: Complete Studio Albums 1970-1978
Year Of Release: 2014
Label (Catalog#): Warner Bros. Records | Rhino Entertainment
Country: UK
Genre: Hard Rock, Heavy Metal
Quality: High-Fidelity FLAC Stereo 96kHz/24bit
Time: 05:29:32
Full Size: 7.07 GB

When Ozzy Osbourne, Tony Iommi, Terry “Geezer” Butler and Bill Ward formed Black Sabbath in 1969, they created a signature sound that set the blueprint for heavy music and influenced generations of disciples for years to come.

BLACK SABBATH: THE COMPLETE STUDIO ALBUMS 1970-1978 features the band’s collected studio works for Warner Bros. Records from the 1970’s, including their iconic eponymous debut, Black Sabbath (1970), the multi-platinum landmark Paranoid (1970), the platinum albums Master Of Reality (1971), Vol. 4 (1972), and Sabbath Bloody Sabbath (1973), and the gold-certified Sabotage (1975), Technical Ecstasy (1976), and Never Say Die! (1978). Also available is their classic 1976 compilation We Sold Our Soul For Rock ‘N’ Roll as well as 2006’s Greatest Hits 1970-1978, which was released in connection with their induction into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame.

Following wildly successful shows in North and South America, Australia, Asia and Europe, Black Sabbath will kick off another North American tour with dates starting March 31 at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY. The trek will hit ten cities in Canada, including stops in Quebec, Montreal, Ottawa, Calgary and Edmonton, before wrapping April 26 at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, CA. These dates will be part of the band’s final shows of their 2013-2014 world tour in support of their first studio album in 35 years, 13, which entered the charts at #1 in 13 countries (including their first #1 in the U.S.). Another run of European festivals and headlining shows will follow this summer.

First formed in Birmingham, England, Black Sabbath’s doom-laden sound pioneered a new kind of heavy rock music, a sound that would later influence hundreds of other bands. Many consider Black Sabbath to be the godfathers of heavy metal, but Sabbath were capable of surprising their fans with songs that showed other facets of their skills besides darkness and monstrous decibels. Thirty years after their initial impact, guitarists are still stunned by Tony Iommi’s jaw-dropping riffs, Geezer Butler’s swooping bass lines, and Bill Ward’s thunderous drums. And, of course, in Ozzy Osbourne the band had one of the most magnetic and unpredictable front men ever in rock, with a maniacal voice like few others before or since.





Black Sabbath (1970)
Release Date: 1970
Recorded: 16 October 1969 at Regent Sound Studios in London, England


Ozzy Osbourne – vocals, harmonica on "The Wizard"
Tony Iommi – guitar
Geezer Butler – bass
Bill Ward – drums

Tracklist:
1 Black Sabbath 6:18
2 The Wizard 4:22
3 Wasp/Behind The Wall Of Sleep/Bassically/NIB 9:43
4 Wicked World 4:45
5 A Bit Of Finger/Sleeping Village/Warning 14:13




Paranoid (1970)
Release Date: 1970
Recorded: 16–21 June 1970 at Regent Sound Studios and Island Studios, London

Geezer Butler – bass guitar
Tony Iommi – guitar, flute
Ozzy Osbourne – vocals
Bill Ward – drums, congas

Tracklist:
1 War Pigs/Luke's Wall 7:54
2 Paranoid 2:48
3 Planet Caravan 4:29
4 Iron Man 5:55
5 Electric Funeral 4:49
6 Hand Of Doom 7:08
7 Rat Salad 2:30
8 Jack The Stripper / Fairies Wear Boots 6:12




Master Of Reality (1971)
Release Date: 1971
Recorded: 1 January – May 1971 at Island Studios in London, England


Ozzy Osbourne – lead vocals
Tony Iommi – guitar, synthesizer on "After Forever", flute and piano on "Solitude"
Geezer Butler – bass guitar
Bill Ward – drums, percussion

Tracklist:
1 Sweet Leaf 5:04
2 After Forever 5:26
3 Embryo 0:28
4 Children Of The Grave 5:17
5 Orchid 1:30
6 Lord Of This World 5:25
7 Solitude 5:01
8 Into The Void 6:10




Vol. 4 (1972)
Release Date: 1972
Recorded: May 1972 at Record Plant Studios in Los Angeles, Snowblind/Tomorrow's Dream backing tracks recorded Jan/Feb/March 1972 at Marquee Studios, over-rdubs, mixing, mastering, at Olympic/Trident Studios, UK, June 1972

Ozzy Osbourne – vocals
Tony Iommi – guitars, piano, mellotron
Geezer Butler – bass guitar, mellotron
Bill Ward – drums, percussion

Tracklist:
1 Wheels Of Confusion/The Straightener 7:47
2 Tomorrow's Dream 3:08
3 Changes 4:42
4 FX 1:38
5 Supernaut 4:31
6 Snowblind 5:26
7 Cornucopia 3:52
8 Laguna Sunrise 2:50
9 St. Vitus' Dance 2:28
10 Under The Sun/Every Day Comes And Goes 5:50




Sabbath Bloody Sabbath (1973)
Release Date: 1973
Recorded: September 1973 at Morgan Studios (Studio 4), London


Ozzy Osbourne – vocals, synthesiser
Tony Iommi – all guitars, piano, synthesiser, organ, flute
Geezer Butler – bass guitar, synthesiser, mellotron
Bill Ward – drums, timpani, bongos in "Sabbath Bloody Sabbath"
Additional
Rick Wakeman – piano & mini moog on "Sabbra Cadabra"
Will Malone – conductor, arranger

Tracklist:
1 Sabbath Bloody Sabbath 5:46
2 A National Acrobat 6:15
3 Fluff 4:08
4 Sabbra Cadabra 5:57
5 Killing Yourself To Live 5:42
6 Who Are You? 4:10
7 Looking For Today 5:00
8 Spiral Architect 5:27




Sabotage (1975)
Release Date: 1975
Recorded: February–March 1975 at Morgan Studios in London, England


Ozzy Osbourne – lead vocals
Tony Iommi – all guitar, piano, synthesizer, organ, harp
Terry "Geezer" Butler – bass guitar
Bill Ward – drums, percussion (piano on "Blow on a Jug")
Additional
Will Malone – arrangements for the English Chamber Choir

Tracklist:
1 Hole In The Sky 3:59
2 Don't Start (Too Late) 0:49
3 Symptom Of The Universe 6:29
4 Megalomania 9:42
5 The Thrill Of It All 5:55
6 Supertzar 3:43
7 Am I Going Insane (Radio) 4:13
8 The Writ 8:44




Technical Ecstasy (1976)
Release Date: 1976
Recorded: June 1976, Criteria Studios, Miami, Florida, US

Ozzy Osbourne – vocals
Tony Iommi – guitar
Geezer Butler – bass guitar
Bill Ward – drums, lead vocals on "It's Alright"
Additional
Gerald Woodruffe – keyboards

Tracklist:
1 Back Street Kids 3:46
2 You Won't Change Me 6:38
3 It's Alright 3:59
4 Gypsy 5:08
5 All Moving Parts (Stand Still) 4:58
6 Rock N Roll Doctor 3:26
7 She's Gone 4:51
8 Dirty Women 7:06




Never Say Die! (1978)
Release Date: 1978
Recorded: January–May 1978 at Sound Interchange, Toronto, Ontario

Ozzy Osbourne – lead and backing vocals, harmonica on "Swinging The Chain"
Tony Iommi – guitar, backing vocals on "A Hard Road"
Geezer Butler – bass guitar, backing vocals on "A Hard Road"
Bill Ward – drums, lead vocals on "Swinging The Chain", backing vocals on "A Hard Road"
Additional
Don Airey – keyboards
John Elstar – harmonica
Will Malone – brass arrangements

Tracklist:
1 Never Say Die 3:49
2 Johnny Blade 6:27
3 Junior's Eyes 6:42
4 A Hard Road 6:04
5 Shock Wave 5:14
6 Air Dance 5:16
7 Over To You 5:23
8 Breakout 2:34
9 Swinging The Chain 4:04






Black Sabbath - Complete Studio Albums 1970-1978 (2014 )


Black Sabbath - Complete Studio Albums 1970-1978 (2014 )







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