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CategoryRock/Pop Albums, Vinyl LP Record CDs, Heavy Metal, Rock

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In 1992, a reunion of the Black Sabbath mark II lineup occurred, garnering a sigh of relief from the worldwide fans of the group. In the '80s and early '90s, the metal outfit went through countless personnel changes and perhaps should have been called The Tony Iommi Project. This reunion with Ronnie James Dio was a precursor to the four original members reuniting in December 1997.   ...See Full Description

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1Computer God See All 6 Black Sabbath COMPUTER GOD Lyrics6:14 $0.99(Available)
2After All (The Dead) See All 7 Black Sabbath AFTER ALL Lyrics5:42 $0.99(Available)
3TV Crimes See All 7 Black Sabbath TV CRIMES Lyrics4:02 $0.99(Available)
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5Master Of Insanity See All 5 Black Sabbath MASTER OF INSANITY Lyrics5:56 $0.99(Available)
6Time Machine See All 7 Black Sabbath TIME MACHINE Lyrics4:19 $0.99(Available)
7Sins Of The Father See All 5 Black Sabbath SINS OF THE FATHER Lyrics4:47 $0.99(Available)
8Too Late See All 5 Black Sabbath TOO LATE Lyrics6:54 $0.99(Available)
9I See All 7 Black Sabbath I Lyrics5:14 $0.99(Available)
10Buried Alive See All 5 Black Sabbath BURIED ALIVE Lyrics4:53 $0.99(Available)
11Time Machine See All 7 Wayne's World Version Black Sabbath TIME MACHINE Lyrics4:19 $0.99(Available)

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Average Rating:4.5 stars
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4 stars
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Lock Your Doors, and Turn On Your Lights....
The "other" true Black Sabbath lineup featuring Ronnie rather than Ozzy, returns from the dead one more time to terrify parents and radio programmers alike with 10 tales from the dark side that'll have you cowering under your bed in fright. They could never manage to kill Christopher Lee's Dracula in those old Hammer films, and I suspect that like Drac, the Sabs will never die. Turn it up and you'll never hear the grim reaper knocking at your door.
By recordchanger (Kettering, Ohio) Verified Buyer
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Awhile back I posted a review of Devil You Know (Heaven & Hell's 2008 album which uses the same lineup as this album). I stated that it was the "Best BS / H&H album ever." I would like to retract that statement. I did not own Dehumanizer at the time. As it turns out, Devil You Know borrows a LOT of Dehumanizer's structure. Also, it turns out that Dehumanizer does it better. If you like the slow, plodding pace of the original 8 albums with Ozzy, Devil You Know may be the album you want. If you prefer the quicker-paced albums like Heaven & Hell and Mob Rules, you may really like Dehumanizer. Devil You Know sounds like Dehumanizer slowed down and, in my opinion, with less quality. The songs on both albums often have similar intros and structure, and there's a general feeling Devil You Know being a rehashed version of Dehumanizer (at least for me). Dehumanizer has some of Dio's best vocal melodies while Devil You Know does not. Also, I've listened to Dehumanizer multiple times, and it doesn't get "old." I find Devil You Know gets a bit boring after a few spins. Don't get me wrong, Devil You Know is a decent piece, but it just doesn't hold my attention like Heaven & Hell, Mob Rules, or Dehumanizer. Enough with the comparison. More about Dehumanizer. Dehumanizer is quite heavy. Dio's vocals are somewhat gruffer than normal, and that's the main reason I held off from getting Dehumanizer for so long. They truly match the music, though, and I find his vocals really need to be that gruff in order to go along with the heavy riffs present on Dehumanizer. They aren't annoyingly gruff, though, and he never has any of that terrible "growling" stuff found on more modern metal. Every song is powerful. Just when I thought they couldn't make another song as good as the previous, the next song came along with equal quality. If you're familiar with Mob Rules: what that album has in speed this album has in weight. (If that makes any sense.) I really recommend this album (obviously). Sorry for the rambling, but this album snuck up on me. Last major opinion: if you can only get 3 Sabbath albums, make them the 3 with Dio...Heaven & Hell, Mob Rules, and Dehumanizer. The Ozzy-era of Sabbath was cool, but Ozzy's vocals are so far south of Dio's it's not even a fair comparison, and the albums with Dio are much more upbeat and faster (while still being heavy) instead of slow and plodding like the first 8 were with Ozzy. There's even an interview out there where I think Iommi (?) states it was different when Dio came on board because he could actually sing his own vocal melody different from the music's riff whereas Ozzy could only sing with the same melody as the music. Eh, this review's probably not that helpful, but I felt it needed to be written.
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Excellent from start to finish
By ballymarnock (Holbrook, NY) Verified Buyer
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Crank up the song "I", and break stuff. This album rocks.
By ewolszcz (Harrisburg, PA, USA) Verified Buyer
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Yes this material is a collection of well written music made by dedicated musicians. This cd marks the reunion of BS part 3.
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CD Universe Part number7747248
Orig Year1992
Catalog number26965
Release DateMar 17, 2009
Recording Time55 minutes
Shipping Units3
Additional InfoRemastered
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