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Black Sabbath


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4.12 | 773 ratings

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4 stars Four and a half stars to be exact! Forgetting all the historical events that helped create this album, SBS is without doubt their second most influential album alongside the irrepressible Paranoid and Volume IV. Sabbath Bloddy Sabbath is probably the most musically incisive album. At their peak so to speak.... The title track opener is arguably their most laconic, acidic and vitriloc spending spree ever. Sabbath were at their peak, there is no denying that and ' National Acrobat' and ' Sabra Cadabra' endorse that very point. Sabatoge followed suit with similar themes but not so close in total fulfilment.

' Spiral Architect' is epic suff and this album will not be missed from diluted " OK ' Albums from the archives because it is so vintage in so many ways. A solid recommmendation for their fifth album.

Chris S | 4/5 |


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