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Not the usual Black Sabbath norm.,
This review is from: Never Say Die! (Audio CD)
In response to the critics on here.
Granted this isn't your usual Sabbath album and not as good as their early ventures. But! it has so many variations, early influences and light and shades, with Iommi experimenting, it can be hard to take in, because it isn't your normal Classic Sabbath doom n gloom ( well not really that doom n gloom). I think this album is verging on the experimental and dare I say it, progressive side. Yeah you might say the band lost it's way, which is probably true.But you still get the vibes that the band still worked very hard on this album. I still think Iommi should experiment more instead of playing even gloomier music, which can get very tiring. Anyway don't want to wander off the main topic.
This isn't your normal classic Black Sabbath work, but still very good.