Black Sabbath - The Best Of MusikLaden Live mp3 album
Band Name Black Sabbath. Album Name The Best of Musikladen Live. 3. Iron Man. 4. Blue Suede Shoes. Other productions from Black Sabbath.
Band Name Black Sabbath. Released date 27 July 1999. Music StyleHeavy Metal. Members owning this album1.
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Black Sabbath's classic 1970s output has been repackaged countless times over the years, but undoubtedly one of the best collections to surface is the aptly titled Best of Black Sabbath on Sanctuary. Comprised of 32 tracks on a pair of discs, Best Of focuses primarily on the "Ozzy years," but does include a small sampling of the short-lived Ronnie James Dio and Ian Gillan eras.
Best Black Sabbath album to have ever been recorded! Best lineup of Black Sabbath, by far: Ozzy Osbourne - vocals Tony Iommi - guitar Geezer Butler - bass Bill Ward - drums. 5 Sabbath Bloody Sabbath. This album was the first Sabbath album I played from start to finish for a couple of months. I was officially a Sabbath fan. This is their best album by far. Epic, Brilliant, Masterpiece, Magnum Opus. Song for song, this is Heavy Metal at its best and definitely, the best Black Sabbath album. This is a great live album its cool hearing Dio sing ozzy songs - christangrant. Ah, the album released during the dio years from the original lineup without the bands knowledge by a former manager who was in a legal battle with the band.
The Best of Black Sabbath is a double CD compilation album by Black Sabbath released in 2000 on the Sanctuary Records label. Its 32 songs are presented chronologically from the band's first 11 albums, spanning the years 1970 to 1983. Black Sabbath's classic six-album run, from 1970s debut Black Sabbath through 1975's Sabotage is celebrated with three to six songs from each album
Disc 2: 1. Tomorrow's Dream 2. Supernaut 3. Snowblind 4. Sabbath Bloody Sabbath 5. Killing Yourself to Live 6. Spiral ArchitecT 7. Hole in the Sky 8. Don't Start (Too Late) 9. Symptom of the Universe 10. Am I Going Insane (Radio) 11. Dirty Women 12.
If Black Sabbath never released an album after their 1970 debut, they'd still be legends. It's hard to imagine how heavy metal would have evolved had this album not existed. They recorded it in just two days in November of 1969, barely realizing they were breaking ground. They were simply four guys from Birmingham sick of hippie songs about peace and love. They wanted to write songs that would scare and thrill people like horror movies. The slow, haunting title track set the tone for their entire career.
|4||Blue Suede Shoes|
- Recorded At – MusikLaden
- Recorded At – Radio Bremen
- Mastered At – Edensound
- Bass – Terry "Geezer" Butler*
- Drums – Bill Ward
- Executive-Producer – Drew Thompson
- Film Director [Additional] – Hank Eykman
- Guitar – Tony Iommi
- Management – Bruce Payne, Thames Talent*
- Mastered By [Audio] – Martin Pullan
- Vocals – Ozzie Osborne*
Notes"Historical Live Performance 1970"
Audio mastered at Edensound.
Made in Korea
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 8 809102 337302
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI LQ91
- Matrix / Runout: KDDVD-662 LIVE-14
|pilot 49||Black Sabbath||Black Mass (CD, EP, Enh, Ltd, Blo)||New Millennium Communications||pilot 49||UK||1999|
|PA 99 615 D||Black Sabbath||The Best Of MusikLaden Live (DVD, NTS)||Pioneer Artists||PA 99 615 D||US||1999|
|none||Black Sabbath||Black Mass (LP, MiniAlbum, Unofficial)||Not On Label||none||1999|
|2002-FDVD865||Black Sabbath||The Best Of MusikLaden Live (DVD-V, Unofficial, NTSC)||DVD Call||2002-FDVD865||South Korea||Unknown|
|pilot 49||Black Sabbath||Black Mass (CD, EP, Enh)||New Millennium Communications||pilot 49||UK||1999|