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Old 02-13-2009, 09:09 AM
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Happy 39th birthday Heavy Metal!



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We can't celebrate the birth of heavy metal on this board, because that would turn us into close-minded metal fans.
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Damn skippy.

and let us not forget how inept everyone who couldn't understand it was.

While the album was a commercial success, it was widely panned by critics. In a review for Rolling Stone magazine, rock critic Lester Bangs felt Sabbath was "just like Cream! But worse". Bangs dismissed Black Sabbath as a "a shuck—despite the murky songtitles and some inane lyrics that sound like Vanilla Fudge paying doggerel tribute to Aleister Crowley, the album has nothing to do with spiritualism, the occult, or anything much except stiff recitations of Cream cliches"


HOLY SHIT, I JUST REALIZED THE FIRST SABBATH WAS ACTUALLY RELEASED ON FRIDAY THE 13TH, AND TODAY'S FRIDAY THE 13TH!!


AAAAAAGGGGHHHHH SARAH PALIN'S GONNA KILL US ALLL!!!
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While the album was a commercial success, it was widely panned by critics. In a review for Rolling Stone magazine, rock critic Lester Bangs felt Sabbath was "just like Cream! But worse". Bangs dismissed Black Sabbath as a "a shuck—despite the murky songtitles and some inane lyrics that sound like Vanilla Fudge paying doggerel tribute to Aleister Crowley, the album has nothing to do with spiritualism, the occult, or anything much except stiff recitations of Cream cliches"
That's awesome


To be honest I prefer Master Of Reality to this one, but nothing else they did was as great. 'The Warning' is one of my favorite songs of all time for sure, like top 25 favorite.
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Happy Birthday Heavy Metal!!!!

my fave sabbath album thus far is Volume 4
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Old 02-13-2009, 01:12 PM
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Wow, it's hard to believe it's been that long. One of my favorite albums too.
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To be honest I prefer Master Of Reality to this one, but nothing else they did was as great. 'The Warning' is one of my favorite songs of all time for sure, like top 25 favorite.


I like "Master Of Reality" better as well, but The Warning? It's a decent song, but it's not even one of theirs, and its not really a song as much as a jam session of sorts. The whole album was recorded as a club live show, which is why there were all those random jams in there.
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