Black Sabbath The Ultimate Collection 4LP
4LP Housed In Crucifold 4-way Gatefold Jacket!
Black Sabbath are arguably the most influential heavy metal band of all time.
The band helped to create the genre with ground breaking releases such as
Paranoid, an album that Rolling Stone magazine said "changed music forever", and
called the band "the Beatles of heavy metal". The Ultimate Collection is curated
in conjunction with the band. The 31-track collection features the band's
classic songs including Paranoid, Iron Man, War Pigs, N.I.B. and The Wizard as
well as choice cuts from their classic albums and is the definitive
accompaniment for all Sabbath fans as well as those with a love of hard rock.
The closing of Black Sabbath's tour "The End", finalizes the story of one of the
largest formations in the history of metal music and music in general - Black
Sabbath. Therefore, it is worth recalling the great achievements that will stand
the test of time, and the inspiration for the vast majority of formation of
heavy metal music.
"The Ultimate Collection" is an overview of great achievements of the group
founded in 1968 in Birmingham. Four LPs contain 31 songs featuring
Ozzy Osbourne (vocals), Tony Iommi (guitar), Geezer Butler (bass) and drummer
Bill Ward (not taking part in the farewell tour - replaced by Tommy Clufetos).
Among the tracklisting, of course, are evergreens like "Paranoid," "Iron Man,"
"War Pigs," "NIB," "The Wizard".
• 4LP Set
• Crucifold 4-way gatefold jacket
• Mastered by Andy Pearce at Wired Masters
2. Never Say Die
3. Iron Man
4. Black Sabbath
1. Children of the Grave
2. Fairies Wear Boots
4. Rat Salad
1. Sweet Leaf
2. War Pigs
3. Sabbath Bloody Sabbath
1. Hole In the Sky
2. Symptom of The Universe
3. Spiral Architect
4. Rock 'n' Roll Doctor
1. Dirty Women
2. Evil Woman, Don't Play Your Games With Me
3. A Hard Road
1. Lord of This World
2. Into the Void
3. Behind the Wall of Sleep
1. Tomorrow's Dream
2. The Wizard
4. Electric Funeral
2. Killing Yourself to Live
3. Am I Going Insane?
4. Wicked World
5. It's Alright