History Music / BlackSabbath

24th Dec '15 6:21:10 AM Inspeps
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* Music/Glenn Hughes - lead vocals (1985-1986)
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* Music/Glenn Hughes Music/GlennHughes - lead vocals (1985-1986)
24th Dec '15 6:20:48 AM Inspeps
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* [[Music/DeepPurple Glenn Hughes]] - lead vocals (1985-1986)
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* [[Music/DeepPurple Glenn Hughes]] Music/Glenn Hughes - lead vocals (1985-1986)
26th Oct '15 10:48:48 PM Ghidra15
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* BigNo: In "Black Sabbath," punctuating the verses. While it creates an atmospheric effect, it's absolutely ''frightening'' in [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_GgBx7Y0aso the song's video]].
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* BigNo: In "Black Sabbath," punctuating the verses. While it creates an atmospheric effect, it's absolutely ''frightening'' in [https://www.[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_GgBx7Y0aso the song's video]].
26th Oct '15 10:48:21 PM Ghidra15
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* BigNo: In "Black Sabbath," punctuating the verses. While it creates an atmospheric effect, it's absolutely ''frightening'' in [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=akt3awj_Ah8 the song's video]].
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* BigNo: In "Black Sabbath," punctuating the verses. While it creates an atmospheric effect, it's absolutely ''frightening'' in [[http://www.[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=akt3awj_Ah8 com/watch?v=_GgBx7Y0aso the song's video]].
25th Aug '15 8:42:22 PM Keeyla
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Their first two albums, ''Black Sabbath'' and ''Music/{{Paranoid}}'' (both released in 1970,) brought them great popularity with songs like "Black Sabbath," "War Pigs," "Paranoid," and "Iron Man." Due to their darker style, they initially received no radio play, and Vertigo Records had to bribe radio stations to play "Iron Man," which scraped the [[UsefulNotes/TheUnitedStates US]] charts. Their next albums ''Master Of Reality'' and ''Volume 4'' spawned a new batch of classics, such as "Sweet Leaf," "Children Of The Grave," "Into The Void," "Supernaut," and "Snowblind." It wasn't until their fifth album, ''Sabbath Bloody Sabbath'', that they finally got positive reviews from the mainstream media (although critics have reversed themselves and [[VindicatedByHistory retroactively praised]] the other four albums.)
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Their first two albums, ''Black Sabbath'' and ''Music/{{Paranoid}}'' (both released in 1970,) 1970) brought them great popularity with songs like "Black Sabbath," "War Pigs," "Paranoid," and "Iron Man." Due to their darker style, they initially received no radio play, and Vertigo Records had to bribe radio stations to play "Iron Man," which scraped the [[UsefulNotes/TheUnitedStates US]] charts. Their next albums ''Master Of Reality'' and ''Volume 4'' spawned a new batch of classics, such as "Sweet Leaf," "Children Of The Grave," "Into The Void," "Supernaut," and "Snowblind." It wasn't until their fifth album, ''Sabbath Bloody Sabbath'', that they finally got positive reviews from the mainstream media (although critics have reversed themselves and [[VindicatedByHistory retroactively praised]] the other four albums.)
18th Aug '15 7:57:04 AM igordebraga
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* DrugsAreBad: "Hand of Doom" (which was inspired by returning soldiers from the UsefulNotes/VietnamWar self-medicating what we now call PTSD with heroin, with predictably disastrous results), "Killing Yourself to Live", "Snowblind" (although the latter of these could be interpreted either way; see OdeToIntoxication below). It really depends what drug we're talking about. It's well-known that Ozzy was stoned out of his mind while making ''Sabotage''.
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* DrugsAreBad: "Hand of Doom" (which was inspired by returning soldiers from the UsefulNotes/VietnamWar self-medicating what we now call PTSD with heroin, with predictably disastrous results), "Killing Yourself to Live", "Snowblind" (although the latter of these could be interpreted either way; see OdeToIntoxication below).below), "Methademic". It really depends what drug we're talking about. It's well-known that Ozzy was stoned out of his mind while making ''Sabotage''.

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* DrugsAreBad: OdeToSobriety: "Hand of Doom" (which was inspired by returning soldiers from (heroin) and "Methademic" (meth), as well as many of the UsefulNotes/VietnamWar self-medicating what we now call PTSD with heroin, with predictably disastrous results), "Killing Yourself to Live", "Snowblind" (although the latter of these could be interpreted either way; see OdeToIntoxication below). It really depends what drug we're talking about. It's well-known that Ozzy was stoned out of his mind while making ''Sabotage''.examples in DrugsAreBad.
14th Jul '15 5:48:22 PM MarkLungo
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'''Black Sabbath''' is a band from Birmingham, [[UsefulNotes/{{Britain}} England]] who are considered to be the pioneers of HeavyMetal (sharing credit with Music/LedZeppelin, Music/DeepPurple, and Music/BlueCheer but to much greater degrees of acclaim,) formed by singer [[Music/OzzyOsbourne John "Ozzy" Osbourne]], guitarist Tony Iommi (who briefly joined Music/JethroTull in 1968,) bassist Terrence "Geezer" Butler, and drummer Bill Ward.
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'''Black Sabbath''' is a band from Birmingham, [[UsefulNotes/TheWestMidlands Birmingham]], [[UsefulNotes/{{Britain}} England]] who are considered to be the pioneers of HeavyMetal (sharing credit with Music/LedZeppelin, Music/DeepPurple, and Music/BlueCheer but to much greater degrees of acclaim,) formed by singer [[Music/OzzyOsbourne John "Ozzy" Osbourne]], guitarist Tony Iommi (who briefly joined Music/JethroTull in 1968,) bassist Terrence "Geezer" Butler, and drummer Bill Ward.
5th May '15 9:54:54 AM MikeK
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** "Wasted", inspired by an incident where Ian Gillan got drunk, mistakenly climbed into Bill Ward's car instead of his own, and decided to race the car around the recording studio grounds, upturning the vehicle and nearly landing in a swimming pool. Notably the bridge is a brief OdeToSobriety moment ("Thank you Mr. Miracle / I won't get trashed again"), but then the final verse has him returning to the pub again.
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** "Wasted", "Trashed", inspired by an incident where Ian Gillan got drunk, mistakenly climbed into Bill Ward's car instead of his own, and decided to race the car around the recording studio grounds, upturning the vehicle and nearly landing in a swimming pool. Notably the bridge is a brief OdeToSobriety moment ("Thank you Mr. Miracle / I won't get trashed again"), but then the final verse has him returning to the pub again.

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** "Wasted", inspired by an incident where Ian Gillan got drunk, mistakenly climbed into Bill Ward's car instead of his own, and decided to race *** "Trashed" does this near the car around end, although the recording studio grounds, upturning the vehicle and nearly landing in a swimming pool. Notably the bridge effect is a brief OdeToSobriety moment ("Thank you Mr. Miracle / I won't get trashed again"), but then the final verse has him returning probably meant to be humorous (and very few things properly rhyme with "tequila"): ---->So we went back to the pub again. bar and hit the bottle again ----> But there was no tequila ---->Then we started on the whiskey just to steady our brains ---->'Cause there was no tequila
5th May '15 9:48:12 AM MikeK
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** "Wasted", inspired by an incident where Ian Gillan got drunk, mistakenly climbed into Bill Ward's car instead of his own, and decided to race the car around the recording studio grounds, upturning the vehicle and nearly landing in a swimming pool. Notably the bridge is a brief OdeToSobriety moment ("Thank you Mr. Miracle / I won't get trashed again"), but then the final verse has him returning to the pub again.
24th Apr '15 10:14:51 PM erforce
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* AgeOfTitles: Used on the song "Age of Reason", from ''13''.
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