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Black Sabbath to re-issue five albums

by Hugh O'Connell. Published Mon 24 Aug 2009 13:54, last updated: 24/08/09
Black Sabbath's fourth album was originally released in 1972
Black Sabbath's fourth album was originally released in 1972

Heavy metal legends Black Sabbath are to re-issue some of their greatest work with five albums being remastered and repackaged for release next month.

The Birmingham quartet of Tony Iommi, Geezer Butler, Bill Ward and of course Ozzy Osbourne have sold millions of records worldwide since their eponymous debut album in 1970.

Their haunting, almost hypnotic rock sound inspired a generation of musicians and their influence on rock music continues to resonate to this day.

Now remastered and with brand new liner notes, five albums are to be re-issued in deluxe digipack formats. They are “Vol 4” (1972), “Sabbath Bloody Sabbath” (1973), “Sabotage” (1975), “Technical Ecstasy” (1976) and “Never Say Die!” (1978).

These five albums feature classic Black Sabbath tracks such as “Sabbath Bloody Sabbath”, “Changes”, “Symptom Of The Universe”, “Dirty Woman” and “Never Say Die”.

They will be released through Universal music on 21 September.






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