Greatest Hits CD
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Black Sabbath’s Greatest Hits… is a 14 track collection of classic tracks from across the bands first eight albums--including selections from 1970’s debut Black Sabbath and follow up Paranoid,1971’s Master Of Reality, 1972’s Volume 4, 1973’s Sabbath Bloody Sabbath and 1978’s “Never Say Die”. The album brings some of the best loved and most influential rock songs of all time together on one album – including such classics as "Paranoid", "Iron Man", "Black Sabbath", "Sabbath Bloody Sabbath", "War Pigs" and "Changes".
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So for Album collectors such as myself will find very little in terms of value in this at all, however album completeists particularly Black sabbath crazy heads who must have ABSOLUTELY EVERYTHING released by Black sabbath will no doubt include this in as well, (If only for this classic looking cover!)
Ozzy only fans of the black Sabbath era may well find terrific value in purchasing this as the song selection is quite good as "MOST" of the stone-cold classics from the ozzy period are on here, crazingly though missing out any tracks from the Sabotage album which is surely one of their best, why none from this album made it on here is beyond me! but at least we were saved from the poorish contributions on "Technical ecstasy" but then again though, so was the best of Black sabbath 2006.
This Greatest hits track listing is for the most part very good in my opinion, and it's main market would probably be directed towards newcomers to the band or the occasional fan, unfortunatly in recent years we have been awash with these best off's and greatest hits across the music board i might add, which sadly to say in many ways eclipses the value of this new addition.
But now though it has really got to the stage where they are starting to become pointless, there are now a bucketful of choices to choose from.Read more ›
Major shock! Must do something about THAT.
Good album, this.
As with all 'best of' album, it comes down to whether you liked the band, or not. If this is your cup of tea, it is an absolute must have.
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It is not working from new,i`m realy angry.Shut be zero stars.Sorry gays but is tru.Published 5 months ago by Dariusz Krysciak