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Black SabbathSabbath Bloody Sabbath (Vinyl)

Sabbath Bloody Sabbath (Vinyl) $0.96
  • Preisnachlass: -20%
  • Veröffentlichungsdatum: 1973
  • Dauer: 42:29
  • Größe, Mb: 97.37
  • Format: MP3, 320 kbps

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1 Sabbath Bloody Sabbath   05:46 $0.15
2 A National Acrobat   06:16 $0.15
3 Fluff   04:10 $0.15
4 Sabbra Cadabra   05:56 $0.15
5 Killing Yourself To Live   05:42 $0.15
6 Who Are You?   04:11 $0.15
7 Looking For Today   04:59 $0.15
8 Spiral Architect   05:29 $0.15
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  • 1 Anonym Okt 14, 2011

    Black Sabbath's 5th release 1973's: SABBATH BLOODY SABBATH
    While still a very worthy Sabbath album you can hear the downhill slide
    begin. This wasn't evident at the time but in retrospect you can definitly
    see that creatively they were losing what made them great in the first place.
    SABBATH BLOODY SABBATH is the album that Tony Iommi started being more involved with the production (and cocaine use) and it shows.
    This record is fairly over produced, with it's use of orchestra,synthisizers
    and too many overdubs... after all these guys are Sabbath not Pink Floyd
    so there is a certain aural aesthetic that the fans expect.
    That expectation is stripped down, slighty muddy production, with
    bludgeoning rhythms and down-tuned heavy guitar riffs that pour like
    concrete not yet set.
    That being said there are still several highlights to this record. The classic
    title track "Sabbath Bloody Sabbath", "Killing Yourself to Live" (yet another
    anti-drug song), the great "A National Acrobat" and "Spiral Architect".
    Then there are filler tracks: Iommi's appropriately titled "Fluff" which seems
    as if we've heard it before. The "just ok" song "Sabbra Cadabra" with
    Rick Wakeman on piano, and the dreadful track "Who Are You?" again
    with Rick Wakeman playing an overbearing synthisizer part.
    Closing the disc is the forgetable "Looking for Today".
    Overall still a very good offering, and one all Sabbath fans should own,
    but just a cut below their classic first 4 albums. With 4 great songs,2 OK songs, and 2 very bad songs it's still a solid purchase and addition to any hard rock collection.
    -Kevin Baird

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