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Cross Purposes Import

4.5 out of 5 stars 6 customer reviews

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (April 26 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: EMI
  • ASIN: B000008DHS
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 6 customer reviews
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1. I Witness
2. Cross Of Thorns
3. Psychophobia
4. Virtual Death
5. Immaculate Deception
6. Dying For Love
7. Back To Eden
8. The Hand That Rocks The Cradle
9. Cardinal Sin
10. Evil Eye

Product Description

1994 Irs Label Release. The Tony Iommi Led Ozzy-less Version of the Sabbs.


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Format: Audio CD
Long after Tony Martin's debut album with Sabbath "Eternal Idol," comes "Cross Purposes." Many people would ignore these two great albums because it does not have Ozzy Osbourne or Ronnie James Dio, but that would be a sin to miss out, because Black Sabbath seemed to show it's true, evil colors with Tony Iomi taking over the band. Every song on this album has it's own unique atmosphere, from acustic guitar intro's, to heavy demon growling guitars, to the hard pounding drums, and excellent keyboard playing. The songs seem to be about peoples dreams of heaven, and how they keep on hoping that it's the truth, but realize that it is not, and they keep on dreaming and feed themselves to a story of God when all they have is just each other and death at the end. At the time of this recording, the band line up was: Tony Martin (Vocals) Tony Iomi (Guitars)Geezer Butler (Bass) Bobby Rondinell (Drums) and last but not least Geoff Nicholls (Keyboards) This is possibly Sabbath's heaviest release.
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Released in 1994, Black Sabbath's Cross Purposes is a good album. A total of ten tracks is included, and the material is in a hard rock musical direction. Altogether, the songwriting is satisfying, the musicianship is skillful, and the sound quality is pleasing. When it comes to the guitar work, Tony Iommi performs well throughout--I like the guitar riff to "Immaculate Deception." Keyboardist Geoff Nicholls does a tight job in his department; I enjoy the smooth, gothic keyboard line that he incorporates on "Cross of Thorns." Geezer Butler provides two gratifying bass guitar lines on "Virtual Death" and "Evil Eye." I like all of the songs, but my favorites are "I Witness," "Dying for Love," and "Cardinal Sin." The vigorous "I Witness" sports engaging rhythm guitar playing from Iommi. "Dying for Love" is a melodic tune that features impressive vocals from Tony Martin, and "Cardinal Sin" exhibits nice, medieval-sounding keyboard work from Nicholls. The CD booklet includes the song lyrics. The disc is almost 48 minutes. Cross Purposes is a solid piece of work from Black Sabbath.
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It was a gift for my brother and he was delighted!
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