Black Sabbath, Sabotage LP (180gm, Remastered)

RM145.00

Sabbath’s sweeping and masterful metamorphosis away from that tradition spawned heavy metal music, inventing the template for everything that would follow. With crushing rhythms, torpedo riffs, haunting songs, and Ozzy’s other-worldly vocals, the band conjured a dark, menacing, and resonant sound that reverberates still.

The 1975 release from Ozzy and the guys was greeted with favorable reviews by the media. The album contains a mixture of heavy, powerful songs such as “Hole In the Sky” alongside experimental softer songs such as “Supertzar” and “Am I Going Insane”.

Black Sabbath began work on their sixth album in February 1975, again in England at Morgan Studios in Willesden, London. They had a decisive vision to differ the sound from their previous album Sabbath Bloody Sabbath. Guitarist Tony Iommi, who produced the album, said that “We could’ve continued and gone on and on, getting more technical, using orchestras and everything else which we didn’t particularly want to. We took a look at ourselves, and we wanted to do a rock album – Sabbath, Bloody Sabbath wasn’t a rock album, really.” Over the years, singer Ozzy Osbourne has often complained in interviews that this album marked the beginning of what he described as Tony Iommi’s studio production obsession. Sabotage took considerably longer to record and produce than each of their preceding albums, making it the most costly Black Sabbath album to that point. In comparison, the band’s first album, Black Sabbath (1970), took only 12 hours to record at a cost of a few hundred pounds.

Side A:
1. Hole In The Sky
2. Don’t Start (Too Late)
3. Symptom Of The Universe
4. Megalomania
Side 2:
1. Thrill Of It All
2. Supertzar
3. Am I Going Insane (Radio)
4. The Writ

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