Black Sabbath album for sale by Black Sabbath was released Oct 25, 1990 on the Warner Bros. label. Black Sabbath's debut album is the birth of heavy metal as we now know it. Black Sabbath songs Compatriots like Blue Cheer, Led Zeppelin, and Deep Purple were already setting new standards for volume and heaviness in the realms of psychedelia, blues-rock, and prog rock. Yet of these metal pioneers, Sabbath are the only one whose sound today remains instantly recognizable as heavy metal, even after decades of evolution in the genre. Black Sabbath CD music contains a single disc with 5 songs. ...See Full Description
Album Track Listing
|1||Black Sabbath See All 30|
|2||Wizard See All 22 |
|3||Wasp/Behind the Wall of Sleep/Bassically/N.I.B.: Behind The Wall Of Sleep / N.I.B.|
|4||Wicked World See All 12|
|5||Bit of Finger/Sleeping Village/Warning: Warning|
List All 52 Reviews
Excellent cd from beginning to end.
By hadituptohere (Nutley, NJ)
||Black Sabbath reinvents rock n' roll...for good!|
The title track of this album is still probably the scariest song I've ever heard in my life, but it's still an absolute work of genius (both the song and the whole album!) This is by far the third greatest debut album in rock history, after those by Jimi Hendrix and Led Zeppelin.
By Luke (Atlanta, GA)
||the sabs are unequalled!|
from the opening of the c.d. with the bell and the rain the listener is immediately caught up in what is still today the way all other bands recordeD performances are measured.
By smluxford (calgary alberta)
||When Heavy Metal Was Born!|
This is probably the first heavy metal album ever recorded and it's brilliant! I love the use of the tri-tone in the title track.
By Russell (Joshua, TX, USA)
They let the world know, right off the bat, what they were all about, and at that time, nobody sounded like them, so you couldn't help bet listen, even if you didn't like what you heard.
By Clyde (Hertfordshire, u.k.)
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|CD Universe Part number||1099017|
|Release Date||Oct 25, 1990|
|Producer||Rodger Bain; Tony Iommi; Geezer Butler; Rodger Bain|
|Engineer||Barry Sheffield; Lee De Carlo; Tom Allom; Bill Freesh; Tony Allom; Barry Sheffield|
|Recording Time||40 minutes|
|Personnel||Tony Iommi - guitar|
Ozzy Osbourne - vocals, harmonica
Geezer Butler - bass instrument
Bill Ward - vocals, drums
Bill Russell - drums
Peter Restey - keyboards