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Black Sabbath - Cross Box mp3 album

  • Performer: Black Sabbath
  • Title: Cross Box
  • Genre: Rock
  • Formats: WMA ASF AHX APE VOC AIFF MP2
  • Released: 1994
  • Style: Heavy Metal, Hard Rock
  • MP3 album: 1352 mb
  • FLAC album: 1242 mb
  • Rating: 4.6/5
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Black Sabbath - Cross Box  mp3 album

Headless Cross is the 14th studio album by English heavy metal band Black Sabbath. Released on 24 April 1989, it was the group's second album to feature singer Tony Martin and the first of three to feature drummer Cozy Powell, along with Tyr and Forbidden. According to Tony Iommi's autobiography, Iron Man: My Journey Through Heaven and Hell with Black Sabbath, the band were dropped from Warner Bros. Records in 1988 after an eighteen-year deal and after Vertigo Records had also dropped them.

Black Sabbath - Cross Purposes (1994).

Cross Box - Студийный альбом от Black Sabbath. Вышел 22 ноября 2010г. В альбом вошло 75 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 08:05:50. Black Sabbath - Evil Woman (Black Box Remaster) . Crow - Evil Woman Don't Play Your Games With Me -. Crow - Evil Woman (Don't Play Your Games With Me) (1969).

Band Name Black Sabbath. Album Name Cross Box. Type Box Set. Data de aparición 1994. Disc 1 - black sabbath. Disc 3 - master of reality. Disc 4 - vol. 4. Disc 5 - sabbath bloody sabbath. Disc 6 - greatest hits.

Black Sabbath (Cross Box). Sanctuary, Universal.

This deluxe box set contains all the Ozzy-era Black Sabbath albums housed in a black cross. The box also contains a 100 page exclusive illustrated discography featuring rare covers from throughout the world. The box set includes: Complete albums set in exclusive Japanese Miniatures, housed in Cross with booklet: Black Sabbath Paranoid Master Of Reality Volume 4 Sabbath Bloody Sabbath Sabotage Technical Ecstasy Never Say Die We Sold Our Souls. A complete 100 page Ozzy Years Discography.

Produced by Leif Masses & Black Sabbath. Engeineered by Leif Mases, Darren Galer, & Dave Somers. Mixed by Leif Mases at The Wool Hall, Somerset. The 1995 videogame Rise of the Triad had one of it’s levels named after this album by then Apogee staffer and current Black Sabbath webmaster Joe Siegler. The title was called Cross Purposes. In the words of Joe, The level was shaped like a cross, and since this album was current when the work was being done, it seemed like a logical name at the time. Geezer Butler has made statements that this album was not supposed to be released as a Black Sabbath album, although others on the album dispute that

Tracklist

1-1 Black Sabbath
1-2 The Wizard
1-3 Behind The Wall Of Sleep
1-4 N.I.B.
1-5 Evil Woman
1-6 Sleeping Village
1-7 Warning
2-1 War Pigs
2-2 Paranoid
2-3 Planet Caravan
2-4 Iron Man
2-5 Electric Funeral
2-6 Hand Of Doom
2-7 Rat Salad
2-8 Fairies Wear Boots
3-1 Sweet Leaf
3-2 After Forever
3-3 Embryo
3-4 Children Of The Grave
3-5 Orchid
3-6 Lord Of This World
3-7 Solitude
3-8 Into The Void
4-1 Wheels Of Confusion
4-2 Tomorrows Dream
4-3 Changes
4-4 FX
4-5 Supernaut
4-6 Snowblind
4-7 Cornucopia
4-8 Laguna Sunrise
4-9 St. Vitus Dance
4-10 Under The Sun
5-1 Sabbath Bloody Sabbath
5-2 A National Acrobat
5-3 Fluff
5-4 Sabbra Cadabra
5-5 Killing Yourself To Live
5-6 Who Are You ?
5-7 Looking For Today
5-8 Spiral Architect
6-1 Tomorrow's Dream
6-2 Sweet Leaf
6-3 Killing Yourself To Live
6-4 Cornucopia
6-5 Snowblind
6-6 Children Of The Grave
6-7 War Pigs
6-8 Wicked World
6-9 Paranoid

Notes

CD-1 Black Sabbath [CLACD 196]
CD-2 Paranoid [CLACD 197]
CD-3 Master Of Reality [CLACD 198]
CD-4 Vol.4 [CLACD 199]
CD-5 Sabbath Bloody Sabbath [CLACD 201]
CD-6 Live At Last [6001-2]
Box is a limited numbered edition of 2000 including 6 cd's
Certificate of authentication (This certificate declares that the enclosed box set is limited to 2000 pieces worldwide)
T-shirt (Cross Purposes US tour, Dark grey puff ink front/back on black t-shirt)
Plastic rosary beads

I have no idea if this is a official release. Very little to none information about this release to be found.
All info is from my own copy.

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