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SABBATH BLOODY SABBATH

Black Sabbath

 

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4.12 | 773 ratings

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thewickedfall
1 stars The black sabbath and metal genre, this genre is obviously racist since they have done so many drugs they cannot stand straight.

Even if Ozzy says he likes the Beatles, he is a liar, the metal genre will do that.

The album is delved in thought and the sound recording is marginal on the copy I had, it will ruin any good conversation in someone's day like Cham seeing the nakedess of their ancestor NOE.

This metal genre has become soaked in what has become so apparent when using a reference to think along with what they are trying to accomplish, forever.

Metal can die at the groves if you disagree, They said John was poor yet the school he attended in England was titled very rich?

What they meant by poor was industrious it ties along with forever just like their lineages from NOE.

This is Loyalty asshole/bowel sounds.

There support is for the island of England over the common sense mainland referencing.

This group is advertising sex, drugs, anything it can to point the finger to perish the mainland, all island inhabitants have the conjuring system.

It is revealing that the lead singers purchase to sing was built to success while England is the location not the USA? China is truthfully the actual mainland area that features this distancing specifically Shanghai-- Shanghai surprise.

The album once more is performance based not progressive based distancing.

thewickedfall | 1/5 |

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