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Black Sabbath


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1 stars Seventh Star is THE worst Sabbath album ever made. The music is even further away from classic sabbath, then it was on Born Again. This is, to me, nothing more that soul-less 80's metal with a touch of blues here and there. If another band would have made this one, fine (I wouldn't even bother listening to it). But Sabbath!? They can do so much better! There's only ONE song here that is SLIGHTLY GOOD, and that song is the title track. The rest, as explained earlier, is soul-less Metal with a bluesy touch now and then. Thank god that this Lineup didn't last for long, because after this album, Sabbath will get one of their best singers: Tony Martin. Tony martin is a much better singer than Gillan (in sabbath, he was great in Deep Purple), Gillen & Hughes (3 singers in 3 years). Me, even as a sabbath fanboy, can't give it more than 1/5.
Abstrakt | 1/5 |


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