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View Poll Results: Favorite Black Sabbath album?
Born Again 2 9.52%
Seventh Star 2 9.52%
The Eternal Idol 2 9.52%
Headless Cross 8 38.10%
Tyr 3 14.29%
Cross Purposes 4 19.05%
Forbidden 0 0%
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Old 08-19-2011, 10:04 AM
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Ryan, I am disappoint.
But seriously, why is it that no one ever speaks of these albums and i've never seen anything about them? Are they like the first 4 Pantera albums where the band pretty much tried to erase them from history?
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Old 08-19-2011, 10:23 AM
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But seriously, why is it that no one ever speaks of these albums and i've never seen anything about them? Are they like the first 4 Pantera albums where the band pretty much tried to erase them from history?
Nope.

Though some may take that stance. It's just Sabbath had so many lineup changes by the time Tony Martin came in nobody really cared that much and the albums were released to little fanfare.

These albums aren't any more obscure than some of the stuff people talk about on here. Anyways, just check out some of the songs I listed on my other posts and see if you like any of it.
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Old 08-19-2011, 01:00 PM
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But seriously, why is it that no one ever speaks of these albums and i've never seen anything about them? Are they like the first 4 Pantera albums where the band pretty much tried to erase them from history?
Dude they're brought up pretty often around here.
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Of these?

Headless Cross, especially "When Death Calls". Brian May's solo is hauntingly awesome.

For the record: Tony Martin's era is extremely underrated...
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Headless Cross, especially "When Death Calls". Brian May's solo is hauntingly awesome.

For the record: Tony Martin's era is extremely underrated...
Every word of this post is true.
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But seriously, why is it that no one ever speaks of these albums and i've never seen anything about them? Are they like the first 4 Pantera albums where the band pretty much tried to erase them from history?
It's not that no one ever speaks of them... it's either that you're blind or deaf, I think

No seriously, there are a bunch of people on this very site whose favourite Sabbath period is with Tony Martin and mention it all the time. Me included.

There are even threads on the recent deluxe edition re-issues of Eternal Idol, Seventh Star and Born Again.
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Is it strange that out of the one thousand+ CD's I own, the only ones that are Black Sabbath are:

Dehumanizer
The Dio Years
Heaven And Hell
Live Evil
The Mob Rules
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The Devil You Know
Live From Radio City

And I could really care less about owning any of the others, not even remotely interested either in hearing them.
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Is it strange that out of the one thousand+ CD's I own, the only ones that are Black Sabbath are:

Dehumanizer
The Dio Years
Heaven And Hell
Live Evil
The Mob Rules
+
The Devil You Know
Live From Radio City
This isn't that strange...

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And I could really care less about owning any of the others, not even remotely interested either in hearing them.
... but this is pretty stupid.
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Old 08-20-2011, 06:52 AM
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Don't know what it is, but after hearing all the damn Ozzy hit singles, it just left me with a poor taste.

If someone wants to suggest to me a post-Dio era album to start, I'm open to having my mind changed.
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Old 08-20-2011, 06:54 AM
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Don't know what it is, but after hearing all the damn Ozzy hit singles, it just left me with a poor taste.

If someone wants to suggest to me a post-Dio era album to start, I'm open to having my mind changed.
Who do you want to hear? Ian Gillan, Glenn Hughes or Tony Martin?
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