Black Sabbath - Born Again mp3 album
Born Again is the 11th studio album by English heavy metal band Black Sabbath, which was released in August of 1983. It is the only album the group recorded with lead vocalist Ian Gillan, best known for his work with Deep Purple. It was also the last Black Sabbath album for nine years to feature original bassist Geezer Butler, and the last to feature drummer Bill Ward until he played a studio track on their 1998 live album Reunion
Born again You'll be born again. Look at this prince of evil Fighting for your mind Fighting all priests of shame For the thrust of my challenge is aimed At the hearts of mutant gods Who think we're all the same They're controlling our minds And they use us for fortune and fame. As you look through my window Deep into my room At your future and freedom The grey and plastic retards all floating in circles And as you taste the fruits of new sensations Softly brushing your lips As we rise when we challenge and kill. Born again You'll be born again
The idea sure looked good on paper, but when former Deep Purple frontman Ian Gillan joined Black Sabbath for 1983's dreadful Born Again album, the grim reality was that Gillan's bluesy vocal style and oftentimes humorous lyrics were completely incompatible with the lords of doom and gloom
Band Name Black Sabbath. Album Name Born Again. Data wpisu 07 Sierpień 1983. Wydawcy Warner Music Group. Styl muzycznyHeavy Metal. Zarejestrowanych posiada ten album414.
Born Again (1983) by Black Sabbath. Labels: Vertigo Records, Warner Bros. Genres: Heavy Metal, Hard Rock Members: Ian Gillan, Tony Iommi, Geezer Butler, Bill Ward. According to legend, the infamous cover art for this album was done by an artist who was working for both Black Sabbath and Ozzy Osbourne, and the story goes that he made an intentionally poor job of it in the hope that Sabbath would reject it so that he could sever ties with them. As it turned out, Tony Iommi loved it (although Ian Gillan thought it was appalling). It is a common misconception that the "Stonehenge" scene in This Is Spinal Tap was inspired by Black Sabbath's stage set for this album's tour.