Black Sabbath - Greatest Hits album flac
- Album: Greatest Hits
- FLAC: 1510 mb | MP3: 1300 mb
- Released: 1977
- Rating: 4.6/5
- Votes: 959
- Format: AUD APE VOC AU WMA DTS VQF
|A4||Sabbath Bloody Sabbath||5:43|
- Marketed By – Intercord Ton GmbH
- Licensed Through – Nems
- Bass Guitar – Terry "Geezer" Butler*
- Cover [Cover Painting] – Brueghel, El Viejo*
- Drums – Bill Ward
- Lead Guitar – Tony Iommi
- Producer – Black Sabbath (tracks: A2, A3, A4, B3, B4), Patrick Meehan (tracks: A2, A3, B3, B4), Roger Bain* (tracks: A1, A5 to B2, B5)
- Vocals – Ozzy Osborne*
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: GEMA
- Label Code: LC 2794
|NEL 6009||Black Sabbath||Greatest Hits (LP, Comp)||Castle Communications||NEL 6009||UK||1977|
|NEC 6009||Black Sabbath||Greatest Hits (Cass, Comp)||Creative Sounds||NEC 6009||US||Unknown|
|NEL 6009||Black Sabbath||Greatest Hits (LP, Album, Comp, RE)||NEMS||NEL 6009||Ireland||1982|
|CSL NEMS 6002, 6002||Black Sabbath||Greatest Hits (CD, Comp)||Creative Sounds, Creative Sounds||CSL NEMS 6002, 6002||US||Unknown|
|LPS-1112, NEL 6009||Black Sabbath||Greatest Hits (LP, Comp)||Jugodisk, NEMS||LPS-1112, NEL 6009||Yugoslavia||1987|
Авторы текста и музыки. Ozzy Osbourne, Tony Iommi, Geezer Butler.
Авторы текста и музыки.
Greatest Hits is a compilation album from Black Sabbath, released by Universal in 2009. This album features only the original line-up of Black Sabbath with most of the albums Ozzy Osbourne worked on presented. This compilation features songs from 1970's self-titled debut album to Sabbath Bloody Sabbath, as well as one song from Never Say Die!. This compilations used the same masters from the Universal 2009 album remasters.
Black Sabbath best-of discs continue to proliferate at alarming speed, and Castle's particular version is hopelessly outdated. The track listing is decent enough, but falls well short of a full CD's running time (it was assembled in the vinyl era) and is transferred straight from the master tapes, without any attention to mastering them for CD-quality sound.
Greatest Black Sabbath Albums. The Top Ten. 1 Paranoid. Black Sabbath’s masterpiece is Master of Reality. The 1st album that Tony Iommi detuned his guitar on to give that classic Sabbath sound. While Paranoid might have more recognizable hits, Master of Reality is better start to finish. Don't just automatically pick "Paranoid" as the best Sabbath album because it has two "hits". Put on your diplomatic hat and listen to these two albums back to back. You'll see that the riffs on Master kill the riffs on the Paranoid album. This compilation features songs from 1970’s self-titled debut album to Sabbath Bloody Sabbath, as well as one song from Never Say Die!. This compilations used the same masters from the Universal 2009 album remasters The album was re-released in 2012 as Iron Man: The Best of Black Sabba.
Black Sabbath – Greatest Hits. Label: Castle Communications (Australasia) Limited – PACD 005. Format: CD, Album, Compilation, Stereo. All Songs taken from the first 5 Black Sabbath Albums : 2 from "Black Sabbath", 3 from "Paranoid", 1 from "Masters Of Reality", 3 from "Volume IV" and 1 (the Title Track) from "Sabbath, Bloody Sabbath". Other Versions (5 of 98) View All. Cat.
The Ozzy era is well represented with the traditional hits, as much as can be with the limitations of a single disc. Album: Iron Man: The Best of Black Sabbath Release Date: 4th June 2012. Download Festival Headline – 10th June 2012. Ozzy Osbourne, Tony Iommi, Geezer Butler, Bill Ward,– four names that resonate throughout Rock’s recorded history as clear and sublime as the bell that tolls the opening to the bands eponymous debut album from 1970. Collectively, they formed Black Sabbath and forged the most haunting and hypnotic rock sound of all time.
Greatest Hits 1970–1978 is a compilation album from Black Sabbath, released in 2006. This album features only the original line-up of Black Sabbath with all the albums Ozzy Osbourne worked on presented from 1970's self-titled debut album to 1978's Never Say Die!. The album debuted on the Billboar. mage: Black Sabbath Greatest Hits. The Rules of Hell is a collection of four albums by the heavy metal band Black Sabbath featuring Ronnie James Dio on vocals in remastered form.
Something like: Thou shalt not plucketh tracks from any Sabbath album past Sabotage when compiling a one-disc greatest hits collection, and thou shalt choose very carefully from both Sabotage and Sabbath Bloody Sabbath, lest ye disenfranchise Sabbath neophytes. After all, only dedicated spelunkers are going to want to venture into the depths plumbed by Black Dio and Black Purple and Tony Iommi's Traveling Sabbath of Ebon Darkness. From the first bell toll of "Black Sabbath" until "Supernaut" fades to black 11 tracks later, the band's greatness is unmistakable. Iommi must have brought a few extra virgins to the crossroads when he met up with old Lucifer, as the leads to songs like "War Pigs", "Black Sabbath", and "Iron Man" are inescapable and eternal. That the compilers saw it fit to indiscriminately chop two minutes off of "Iron Man" is just another strike against this disc.