Black Sabbath - Cross Purposes album flac
|2||Cross Of Thorns||4:34|
|6||Dying For Love||5:53|
|7||Back To Eden||3:57|
|8||The Hand That Rocks The Cradle||4:30|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Avokado Ltd.
- Manufactured By – Московский Опытный Завод «Грамзапись»
- Bass – Geezer Butler
- Drums – Bobby Rondinelli
- Engineer – Leif Mases
- Engineer [Assistant Engineer At Monnow Valley Studios, Wales] – Darren Galer
- Engineer [Assistant Engineer At The Wool Hall, Somerset] – Dave Somers
- Guitar – Tony Iommi
- Keyboards – Geoff Nicholls
- Mastered By – Tony Cousins
- Producer – Black Sabbath, Leif Mases
- Vocals – Tony Martin
- Written-By – Butler*, Iommi*, Martin*
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: 07777 13222 2 8 G
|0777 7 13222 1 1||Black Sabbath||Cross Purposes (LP, Album)||I.R.S. Records||0777 7 13222 1 1||UK||1994|
|TCP 2695||Black Sabbath||Cross Purposes (Cass, Album)||I.R.S. Records||TCP 2695||Turkey||1994|
|72435-30413-2-8||Black Sabbath||Cross Purposes (CD, Album)||I.R.S. Records||72435-30413-2-8||US||Unknown|
|BS CP GR 116, BS CP 116||Black Sabbath||Cross Purposes (CD, Album, Unofficial)||Not On Label (Black Sabbath), Not On Label (Black Sabbath)||BS CP GR 116, BS CP 116||Russia||Unknown|
|7 13222 1||Black Sabbath||Cross Purposes (LP, Album)||I.R.S. Records, EMI||7 13222 1||Italy||1994|
From the Cross Purposes Vinyl - IRS (EMI) - 1994 (7 13222) (Brazilian press) More vinyl's videos/ Outros vídeos direto do vinil.
Black Sabbath - Cross Purposes (1994).
Cross Purposes is the 17th studio album by English rock band Black Sabbath, released in January 1994. Dehumanizer saw the reunion of Mob Rules-era Black Sabbath, but, after the tour, Ronnie James Dio (vocals) and Vinny Appice (drums) departed. They were replaced by former Sabbath vocalist Tony Martin and former Rainbow drummer Bobby Rondinelli. Geezer Butler remained with the group, although he would depart later in the year again before the recording of the Forbidden album.
Cross Purposes Live is a boxed set released by the British heavy metal band Black Sabbath in 4 April 1995. The set comprised a live album on CD and a VHS tape of a concert recorded at the Hammersmith Apollo in London on Wednesday 13 April 1994, recorded on the band's tour for their Cross Purposes album. The tour was notable for being the first time The Wizard had been played since early 1971, when Ozzy Osbourne was still lead vocalist. It is Black Sabbath's only live album with singer Tony Martin
Producer – Black Sabbath, Leif Mases. Songwriter – Butler, Iommi, Martin. Vocals – Tony Martin. Cross Purposes (Cass, Album).
Heavy Metal Black Sabbath. Band Name Black Sabbath. Album Name Cross Purposes.
Released January 31, 1994. Cross Purposes Tracklist. 2. Cross Of Thorns Lyrics.
Listen free to Black Sabbath – Cross Purposes (I Witness, Cross of Thorns and more). Cross Purposes is the 17th Studio Album released in January 1994 by English Heavy Metal Band Black Sabbath. It is the Fourth Studio Album to feature 2nd Longest Sabbath Vocalist Tony "The Cat" Martin. Dehumanizer saw the reunion of Mob Rules-era Black Sabbath, but, after the tour, Ronnie J. Dio and Vinny Appice departed
The producion of Cross Purposes, made by Leif Mases and Black Sabbath, is a continuence of the overwhelming ones which has followed Sabbath throughout their long career. Except from the drums, that sounds almost differently from every Sabbath album in the 80’s and 90’s, other instruments sound the same as always. Iommi’s Gibson SG’s morbid signature sound is not leaving the zone for more than 20 years and keeps bringing on the sudden chill with a heavy and cool sound. Butler’s bass is not strong as it was in the 70’s but still is a dominant figure
The set list for the Cross Purposes tour was great one. Some tracks were brought back to the set list for the first time in bloody ages. The Wizard showed up again here, as did Sabbath Bloody Sabbath (the full thing), and Symptom of the Universe – including the Woman child of love’s creation bi. .They even tried to drop Iron Man from the set list – something I applauded at the time. Was a great set list. I loved this album, because to be honest, while I enjoyed Dehumanizer, I really loved what Black Sabbath had been doing with Tony Martin up until that point