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BORN AGAIN

Black Sabbath

 

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2.75 | 288 ratings

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Gatot
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2 stars Iommi and Dio clashed over the mixing of "Live Evil", and by the time Live Evil appeared in January 1983, Dio had left Black Sabbath, taking Appice with him. Since then Black Sabbath had no vocal, so Iommi approached Ian Gillan of Deep Purple. Drummer Bill Ward to return. Black Sabbath hit the road prior to the album's release, with drummer Bev Bevan (b. Nov 25, 1946) substituting for Ward, who would return to the band in the spring of 1984. The album was a Top Five hit in the U.K. but only made the Top 40 in the U.S. Gillan remained with Black Sabbath until March 1984, when he joined a Deep Purple reunion and was replaced by singer Dave Donato, who was in the band until October without being featured on any of its recordings. The original line-up Tony Iommi (Lead Guitar & Flute), Geezer Butler (Bass) and Bill Ward (drums) appeared in this album with Ian Gillan on vocals and Geoff Nicholls on Keyboards. For Black Sabbath fans, this is not a good recording even though the music in this album is not bad at all. Keep on rockin' ..!

Peace on earth and mercy mild - GW

Gatot | 2/5 |

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