Just to let everyone know, this isn't actually a reissue of Black Widow's 1970 album Sacrifice, but rather an original 1969 recording of Sacrifice with a second vocalist, Kay Garret. This version had only surfaced recently. Apparently what happened as the band was recording Sacrifice, Kay Garret left, and the band re-recorded that album for CBS and the re-recorded version was the one that got released in 1970 as Sacrifice. This original 1969 collected dust until the late 1990s. If you've heard Sacrfice, you'll noticed while the music is basically more or less the same, the arragements are a little different, such as "Seduction" where there were strings on Sacrifice, there are no strings on this version, and a Hammond organ is in its place. Also if you heard Return to the Sabbat, it sure seems refreshing to hear these songs sung by a female vocalist as well, something you won't find on Sacrifice. Black Widow did actually record a proper album with Kay Garret, but it was under a different name called Pesky Gee. Pesky Gee released one album in 1969 called Exclamation Mark. I haven't heard that one, but I understand it contains a lot of cover songs like Jethro Tull's "Dharma For One", Janis Joplin's "Piece of my Heart", Steppenwolf's "Born to be Wild", and Family's "Piece of Mind" (it so happens that Family was also from Leicestershire, just like Pesky Gee/Black Widow, so I'm sure the band knew Family). So if you like Sacrifice, and you like a slightly different twist to that album, be sure to get Return to the Sabbat.