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|1. Sabbath, Bloody Sabbath|
|2. A National Acrobat|
|4. Sabbra Cadabra|
|5. Killing Yourself To Live|
|6. Who Are You?|
|7. Looking For Today|
|8. Spiral Architect|
As if their dark lyrics and wall-of-sludge sound didn't already have an epic sweep, Black Sabbath braved an even more ambitious approach on Sabbath Bloody Sabbath, adding synthesizers and even strings to tracks such as "Who Are You?" and "Spiral Architect." But even without them, the Sabbath classics "Killing Yourself to Live," "National Acrobat," "Looking for Today," and the title track pack a thunderous sonic wallop. "Fluff," a bit of ponderous musing on acoustic guitar and keyboards, adds variety to the disc but brings the headbanging pleasure of the rest of the album to a screeching halt. Beyond that misstep, Sabbath Bloody Sabbath is as slow and deliberate as a lava flow, and just as powerful. --Daniel Durchholz
The Sabs highest level of songwriting and production. No metal band will ever come close to creating something like this again.Published 16 months ago by dennis tokarsky
Sabbath's last great album with the exception of 1 lame instrumental. After this album the drugs really took their toll.Published 19 months ago by Bobo
A Classic heavy metal album, enjoyable sound quality.
I love this album and this SACD have made it really listenable.
This was a landmark album for Black Sabbath at the time of its release. After a string of successful releases from their debut album, Black Sabbath opted for a work that was, in... Read morePublished on March 16 2012 by B. C. Whitcomb
This album showcases Black Sabbath's versatility, if by "versatility" you mean "ability to write terrible songs as well as good ones. Read morePublished on July 14 2004 by Ezra Claverie