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Born Again album for sale by Black Sabbath was released Feb 08, 2005 on the Rhino/Warner Bros. label. Born Again CD music contains a single disc with 9 songs.

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1Trashed See All 5 Lp Version Black Sabbath TRASHED Lyrics4:17 $0.99
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3Disturbing the Priest See All 3 Lp Version Black Sabbath DISTURBING THE PRIEST Lyrics5:49 $0.99
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4Dark See All 3 Lp Version0:45 $0.99
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5Zero the Hero See All 5 Lp Version Black Sabbath ZERO THE HERO Lyrics7:35 $0.99
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6Digital Bitch See All 4 Lp Version; Explicit Black Sabbath DIGITAL BITCH Lyrics3:39 $0.99
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7Born Again See All 5 Lp Version Black Sabbath BORN AGAIN Lyrics6:34 $0.99
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8Hot Line See All 3 Lp Version Black Sabbath HOT LINE Lyrics4:53 $0.99
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9Keep It Warm See All 3 Lp Version Black Sabbath KEEP IT WARM Lyrics5:36 $0.99
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Average Rating:4.5 stars
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5 stars
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Saw that the deluxe edition was coming out, waiting for 2 months, finally got it in my hands today. I have to say, it is just a touch better than a bootleg sound quality wise. Gillan's vocals are superb, and he sings the classics better than Dio did on Live Evil. I think this is my most fav. version of war pigs to date. The disappointing thing is No "DISTURBING THE PRIEST" wtf! If they knew at the time how great this line-up rocked, maybe they would have made an official Live Album from this tour. STILL THIS IS A TREASURE TO OWN...GET IT!
By heavennineeleven (SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA, USA)
5 stars
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Overlooked album
This album has it all. Obviously Black Sabbath has Ozzy on vocals, but having the lead singer of Deep Purple is a perfect fit as well. There are a couple of creepy instrumentals but the title track is worth the price of admission on its own. Obviously this lineup didnt last but Bill Ward was back on drums and the only missing component was Ozzy. People need to look at the post-Ozzy albums as great works of metal as opposed to great Sabbath recordings. I love the works with Dio but I like this even more.
By russianimp (Northglenn, CO)
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5 stars
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I have bought this album 6 times
I am serious. Six (6) times. Although I was turned on to Sabbath by Ozzy's Speak of Devil Album in 1982, I bought the entire catalog soon after. Born Again was the first initial release Sabbath album I had purchased. Twas also my favorite. I have worn the grooves on this Mofo for some time. All of the songs are well done; however, production was not the strong suit here. Moreover, I believe that Mr. Nicholas instrumental pieces added value to the album's effect especially given the October 1983 release date. It is Sabbath's heaviest album...even by any other is still their heaviest album. I wish it was this line up that recently reformed.
By Thurston Beavers (Seminole, Florida)
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i knew of this album and use to see it in stores back in the 80s but its been out of print for along time now.i often heard it wasent very good and one of sabbaths worst.well i heard it for the first time about a year ago and i was plesantly surprised to find that this a good album and ian gillians voice works well with bitch and hot line are my two favorites i love the way gillian screams and hits the high surprised he didnt hurt his vocal chords lol.theres is a couple of songs that would fall into the catagory of just ok but all in all a better album then alot of sabbath albums that would follow in the 80s and through the 90s.
By rick (cape breton,ns)
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4 stars
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This album ranks as one of sabbaths classics
I first heard this record in 1983 the year it came out. It was the first sabbath record I had heard, although I had known that ozzy and dio were both vocalists for the band and I knew some of their history. The sheer darkness of it was horrifingly attractive to me but I must say that the artwork was fitting to the recording, the color of it was pretty crappy. Ian Gillians voice was simple perfect for the atmosphere the album projects. Sabbath purists have said that this is a crappy record all because Ian Gillian was the singer for deep purple, but this record is a truly superb recording from start to finish. Some of it seems a bit rushed, and the two keyboard solos that are on it makes it seem as though Sabbath were a little short of material, but all in all it is a very good record and I would hold it up to any sabbath record with ozzy or dio on it, it holds water. Besides, it's the last sabbath album to have a truly reputable singer on it as all of sabbaths releases afterward were less than impressive with the constant line-up changes. the only other singer sabbath had that could stand up to ozzy, dio or gillian was tony martin. On a scale of 1 to 10, 1 being crap and 10 being great, I would give it a definite 7. If it weren't for the somewhat fushed pace of it and the seemingly lack of material as well as some shoddy production in some spots, I would have given it a definite 9. Anyway, don't knock it till you hear it, it is a very good record regardless of who was singing or the songs or production.
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CD Universe Part number8336446
LabelRhino / Warner Bros.
Orig Year2005
Release DateFeb 08, 2005
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