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  1. Faurn

    to Recorded live December 5, at the N.E.C. in Birmingham, England. and are new studio tracks.4/5(65).
  2. Faerr

    Reunion is a live album by British heavy metal band Black Sabbath, released on 20 October As implied by the title, the album features a reunion of the original Black Sabbath lineup of vocalist Ozzy Osbourne, guitarist Tony Iommi, bassist Geezer Butler and drummer Bill vigorvoshakarkajill.xyzinfo album represents the first new release featuring that version of the group since 's Never Say Die! and.
  3. Goltijar

    Sweet Leaf, alongside the rest of Masters of Reality arguably represents the origin of the stoner rock genre. In a compilation album, also titled Sweet Leaf, comprising covers of Black Sabbath songs by stoner rock bands was released by Deadline Music. "Sweet Leaf" was ranked the 10th best Black Sabbath song by Rock - Das Gesamtwerk der größten Rock-Acts im Check.
  4. Kigalrajas

    The real key to this album, however, is the band's ability to avoid the most common pitfall of live recordings: speeding up the songs. This patience is crucial, since such Sabbath staples as "Sweet Leaf," "Black Sabbath," and "Snowblind" owe much of their unique personality and somber atmospherics to the band's trademark "snail's pace.
  5. Zululkis

    Track 2 and 5 taken from the Columbia release: Nativity In Black: A Tribute To Black Sabbath () Track 3 previously unreleased Track 4 taken from the Earache release: Masters of Misery, Black Sabbath: An Earache Tribute (TFCK ); Previously unreleased in the U.S.
  6. Tugor

    Sweet Leaf This song is by Black Sabbath and appears on the album Master of Reality () and on the live album Reunion (). This song has been covered by Alexisonfire .
  7. Zulkis

    Black Sabbath "Reunion" is one of the best live Sabbath's records available, maybe the best! Recorded live at the N.E.C, Birmingham; England during the 's Reunion Tour (Dec 5 ). This 2 cd set have the best live sound recording until today with the classic line up /5().
  8. Vijind

    This is a love song for cannabis. Straight up. That and the one time I saw Black Sabbath live where ozzy didn't bail out there was a gigathemntic clock that came up on the screen behind that read "" and right before they started 'sweet leaf', when it started it flipped to "". That and fog machines.

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