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5.0 out of 5 stars Black Sabbath... Rock!, 29 Jun. 2001
This review is from: The Best Of Black Sabbath (Audio CD)
Black Sabbath not only invented heavy metal, but remain the best band in the genre. Sabbath are still relevant today, and after hearing their music you will question the originality of most current metal bands. This CD features the best tracks from the best band, although of course the Ozzy era material is the best. This is one of the best albums I own (alongside Nirvana's Nevermind or Smashing Pumpkin's Mellon Collie) and most frequently listen to. If you love metal then this album is essential, especially for fans that have been drawn in by the explosion of commericial metal bands and want to see where their music comes from. Highly Reccommended
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Initial post: 11 Mar 2013 03:29:53 GMT
Did I really read a review revolving around the intricate interplay of sludge virtuosity (that is NOT a tautology!!!). What's more Iommi did it by the by the half-finger (by your elected deity, the man invented industrial rock as a consequence of his early acquaintanceship - losing half a finger and adapting his guitar style to so accommodate, the crushing riff (albeit leavened by the delicate interplay of acoustic moments that brought with them a subconscious understanding of power restrained) ... in any event. This is a spread show of the Sabs highlights (in my noggin perfect for car trips of relative length - windows down, introducing the passers-by to such gems as the outro to spiral architect. Anyways, I was just thinking ... I take great offence to that little bald numb nuts and his pretentious exhibition of 'ME. ME. Me and ME' Melon collie ... ah, screw it, just don't equate Ozzy, Tony, Geezer
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