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Black Sabbath - Best Vol. 2 album

Black Sabbath - Best Vol. 2 album Performer: Black Sabbath
Title: Best Vol. 2
Style: Heavy Metal
Date of release: 1997
Size MP3: 1827 mb
Size FLAC: 1646 mb
Rating: 4.6

Black Sabbath: ranking their albums from best to worst. The best Sabbath albums made during Ozzy Osbourne’s long absence featured the man who replaced Ozzy after he was fired in 1979 – Ronnie James Dio. And every Sabbath album, from 1970 to 2013, has been shaped by Tony Iommi – the band’s sole ever-present, and the undisputed master of the heavy metal riff. Sabbath had a blast making Vo. in LA and returned to start the next album. But Iommi was burned out and suffering writer’s block.

Best Black Sabbath album to have ever been recorded! Best lineup of Black Sabbath, by far: Ozzy Osbourne - vocals Tony Iommi - guitar Geezer Butler - bass Bill Ward - drums. 6 Black Sabbath, Vo. Overall a strong album. The rest are awesome! - theultimatecritic. Vo. is Black Sabbath's most special work, with the mega finale "Under The Sun" as their greatest piece. Every track in the album is phenomenal and manifests the band's magic chemistry at its best. Awesome, unforgettable record.

4 is the fourth studio album by English rock band Black Sabbath, released in September 1972. It was the first album by Black Sabbath not produced by Rodger Bain; guitarist Tony Iommi assumed production duties. Patrick Meehan, the band's then-manager, was listed as co-producer, though his actual involvement in the album's production was minimal. In June 1972, Black Sabbath began work on their fourth album at the Record Plant studios in Los Angeles.

Black Sabbath is the debut studio album by the English rock band Black Sabbath. Released on 13 February 1970 in the United Kingdom and on 1 June 1970 in the United States, the album reached number eight on the UK Albums Charts and number 23 on the Billboard charts. Black Sabbath is widely considered the first heavy metal album. Additionally, the opening track of the album-Black Sabbath-is widely considered to be the first doom metal song.

The second Sabbath album was a leap into a different dimension from their debut: a huge, grim, monolithic edifice that brooked no doubt. You didn’t think it was OK; you thought it was the greatest thing ever. Or you hated it. For many years, virtually every critic fell into the second camp. The sleeve thanks the great COKE-Cola Company of Los Angeles, and you can hear it: Vol 4 is a powder-blown record, blank and unrelenting, grinding its teeth. Wheels of Confusion reduces the idea of the riff to its bare minimum

Vol 4. Black Sabbath. Year of Release: 1972. Appears in: 227 charts. Black Sabbath best tracks. Include tracks from compilation albums Exclude tracks from compilation albums The same track can appear on multiple albums, so excluding tracks from compilation albums helps to remove duplicates from this list. 1. War Pigs (from the album Paranoid). Black Sabbath (from the album Black Sabbath). 10. Hole In The Sky (from the album Sabotage). 11. Into The Void (from the album Master Of Reality).

Black Sabbath briefly went into crisis mode when Ronnie James Dio quit the group. This was their second high-profile vocalist to leave the band in just three years. Scoring a huge album with a second singer was almost a miracle. Doing it a third time seemed virtually impossible. Luckily for them, Deep Purple were on hiatus at this point, and Ian Gillan was looking for a gig. He was clearly the best man for the job, and in 1983 they entered the studio to cut Born Again. This extremely brief period of Black Sabbath has been mocked for years.

The discography of Black Sabbath, a British heavy metal band, includes 19 studio albums, six live albums, 12 compilation albums, seven video albums, one extended play and 30 singles. The band was formed in 1968 by John "Ozzy" Osbourne (vocals), Tony Iommi (lead guitar), Terence "Geezer" Butler (bass guitar), and Bill Ward (drums). Throughout their history, the band experienced multiple lineup changes.


1 Neon Knights 3:46
2 Heaven And Hell 6:55
3 Turn Up The Night 3:43
4 Country Girl 4:03
5 Trashed 4:10
6 Zero The Hero 7:46
7 In For The Kill 3:43
8 Turn To Stone 3:30
9 Headless Cross 5:03
10 Letters From Earth 4:18
11 I 5:13
12 Evil Eye 5:58
13 Cross Of Thorns 4:36
14 Get A Grip 4:00
15 Rusty Angels 5:01

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Other (On CD): KJF-31-867

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ZP-69538-BSB-1 / BS2-220197-RK Black Sabbath The Best Of Black Sabbath ‎(2xCD, Comp, Unofficial) Not On Label (Black Sabbath) ZP-69538-BSB-1 / BS2-220197-RK 1997
none Black Sabbath Best Vol. 2 ‎(CD, Comp, Unofficial) Not On Label (Black Sabbath) none Russia 1997
BS2-220197-RK Black Sabbath Best Vol. 2 ‎(CD, Comp, Unofficial) Not On Label (Black Sabbath) BS2-220197-RK Russia 1997
ZP-69538-BSB-1 Black Sabbath Best Vol. 1 ‎(CD, Comp, Unofficial) Not On Label (Black Sabbath) ZP-69538-BSB-1 Russia 1997
ZP-69538-BSB-1, BS2-220197-RK Black Sabbath Best Vol. 1 ‎(CD, Comp, Unofficial) Not On Label (Black Sabbath), Not On Label (Black Sabbath) ZP-69538-BSB-1, BS2-220197-RK Russia 1997