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Black Sabbath


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1 stars Black Sabbath Volume four is once more in the theme and how to reflect the album cover to the song. The problem once more is as mentioned in their previous releases--it is scattered and unfocused.

The recording was also unprofessional, it did not record to the standards. Progressive music is not found in this album and cannot remember any progressions.

For a lead singer that says the beatles are his favorite band this album falls short and shows too much drug involvement in the tracks to be considered a professional or mainstream album.

The obvious or much in the island lineages conjuring the opposite--where the island lineage band the beatles were so professional that the individual could not tell to Black Sabbath were all is obvious and everyone is suppose to know.

This is very anti-mainland themed in the observed reference. It is best to stay away from such perverted groups. The island lineages once more all show support for these groups while the mainland individual is left in reference to distance.

I do not recommend this album as any distance in progressive--it is performance based with a theme/style in this distance to entertain.

thewickedfall | 1/5 |


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