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Born Again Original recording remastered
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Now lets look at the music. This album as one might expect is very different to any Sabbath album before or since due to the influence of Ian Gillan. Ian provides all the lyrics for this album and does in my opinion a excellent job. Generally the standard of song writing here is very high with `Trashed', `Zero the Hero', `Disturbing the Priest' and `Born Again'. The latter of which being particularly of note as it can be seen as Sabbath attempting a 'Power Ballad' of sorts, although they pull it off with aplomb and its not nearly as American sounding as `No Stranger to Love' from the `Seventh Star' album or the sub-Aerosmith `Feels Good to Me' from `Tyr'. In my opinion this album features Gillan's last truly great vocal performance, some say its over the top and cheesy (probably the same `fans' who didn't like Dio), but to me Gillan is perfect on this album. As always Iommi provides skull crushingly heavy riffs (see `Zero the Hero' now that's Heavy!) and some beautiful melodic solo's as well as face melters. Geezer as per usual plays excellently through out, with his thunderous bass playing. Sadly I can't really tell how well Bill's doing as the production gives poor old Bill that horrendous 80's drum sound completely removing all of Bill's wonderful feel, it's no fault of Bill's. So it's only the production that lets this magnificent metal album down.Read more ›
Maybe one day Tony will pull out the tapes and remix it.
Gillan is a great vocalist and done very good job here.
Top tracks are: 'Disturbing the Priest', 'Digital Bitch' and 'Trashed'.
An album you nust have if you are a Black Sabbath fan, even if it not classic it still deserve the purchase.
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I don't care what others say or the critics reviews. I enjoy this album...but then I like the Bay City Rollers tooPublished 2 months ago by Robert Alan Bryan / Alan2112
This may not be popular, but, apart from the bad mixing, this is a good album, may not be to everybody's liking, but there is some good songs on here, think of it not as Black... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Derek Rogerson
A very pleasant surprise this one. I was not at all sure how Ian Gillan would work on lead vocals. It's a fantastic metal album and right up there as one of Black Sabbaths best... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Neilybags