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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: The majority of the Tony Martin era albums excluding ''The Eternal Idol'' havenít been remastered or reissued on digital or physical platforms after their initial release, and the prices range from reasonable (about $11-$15 for the other studio albums) to CrackIsCheaper ($50-$100 for ''Cross Purposes Live'', and thatís only ''without'' the VHS tape).

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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: The majority of the Tony Martin era albums excluding ''The Eternal Idol'' havenít been remastered or reissued on digital or physical platforms after their initial release, and release. This isnít too bad for the prices range from studio albums which go for reasonable (about $11-$15 for prices ($11-$15 at best)...but then thereís the other studio albums) to CrackIsCheaper ($50-$100 for ''Cross Purposes Live'', and thatís only ''without'' Live'' CD release which goes for $50 to $100 on its own due to it being part of a bundle with the VHS tape).concert on VHS.


* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: The majority of the Tony Martin era albums excluding ''The Eternal Idol'' havenít been remastered or reissued on digital or physical platforms after their initial release, and the prices range from reasonable (about $11-$15 for the other studio albums) to CrackIsCheaper ($50-$100''Cross Purposes Live'', and thatís just ''without'' the VHS tape).

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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: The majority of the Tony Martin era albums excluding ''The Eternal Idol'' havenít been remastered or reissued on digital or physical platforms after their initial release, and the prices range from reasonable (about $11-$15 for the other studio albums) to CrackIsCheaper ($50-$100''Cross ($50-$100 for ''Cross Purposes Live'', and thatís just only ''without'' the VHS tape).


* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: The majority of the Tony Martin era albums excluding ''The Eternal Idol'' havenít been remastered or reissued on digital or physical platforms after their initial release, and the prices range from reasonable (about $11-$15 for the other studio albums) to CrackIsCheaper (''Cross Purposes Live'' CD).

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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: The majority of the Tony Martin era albums excluding ''The Eternal Idol'' havenít been remastered or reissued on digital or physical platforms after their initial release, and the prices range from reasonable (about $11-$15 for the other studio albums) to CrackIsCheaper (''Cross ($50-$100''Cross Purposes Live'' CD).Live'', and thatís just ''without'' the VHS tape).


* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: The majority of the Tony Martin era albums excluding ''The Eternal Idol'' havenít been remastered or reissued on digital or physical platforms after their initial release.

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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: The majority of the Tony Martin era albums excluding ''The Eternal Idol'' havenít been remastered or reissued on digital or physical platforms after their initial release.release, and the prices range from reasonable (about $11-$15 for the other studio albums) to CrackIsCheaper (''Cross Purposes Live'' CD).

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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: The majority of the Tony Martin era albums excluding ''The Eternal Idol'' havenít been remastered or reissued on digital or physical platforms after their initial release.

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**Dave Walker (Savoy Brown, briefly Music/FleetwoodMac) joined the band in 1977, with Ozzy having quit. He lasted until 1978, at which point Ozzy was back in. No official recordings were made with Walker, but they appeared on a BBC radio show with him, performing "War Pigs" and an early version of what was to become "Junior's Eyes" (featuring different lyrics and vocal melodies).

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** A couple of the albums were released under the name of Black Sabbath only because the record label demanded so.


** [[Music/LedZeppelin Robert Plant]] and [[Music/Whitesnake David Coverdale]] were at one point considered for the lead singer spot after Dio left for the first time.

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** [[Music/LedZeppelin Robert Plant]] and [[Music/Whitesnake [[Music/DeepPurple David Coverdale]] were at one point considered for the lead singer spot after Dio left for the first time.


** [[Music/LedZeppelin Robert Plant]] and [[Music/DeepPurple David]][[Music/Whitesnake Coverdale]] were at one point considered for the lead singer spot after Dio left for the first time.

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** [[Music/LedZeppelin Robert Plant]] and [[Music/DeepPurple David]][[Music/Whitesnake [[Music/Whitesnake David Coverdale]] were at one point considered for the lead singer spot after Dio left for the first time.


** [[Music/LedZeppelin Robert Plant]] and [[Music/DeepPurple David]] [[Music/Whitesnake Coverdale]] were at one point considered for the lead singer spot after Dio left for the first time.

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** [[Music/LedZeppelin Robert Plant]] and [[Music/DeepPurple David]] [[Music/Whitesnake David]][[Music/Whitesnake Coverdale]] were at one point considered for the lead singer spot after Dio left for the first time.


** Robert Plant and David Coverdale were at one point considered for the lead singer spot after Dio left for the first time.

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** [[Music/LedZeppelin Robert Plant Plant]] and David Coverdale [[Music/DeepPurple David]] [[Music/Whitesnake Coverdale]] were at one point considered for the lead singer spot after Dio left for the first time.


** Robert Plant and David Coverdale were at one point considered for the lead singer spot.

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** Robert Plant and David Coverdale were at one point considered for the lead singer spot.spot after Dio left for the first time.

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** Robert Plant and David Coverdale were at one point considered for the lead singer spot.

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* MeaningfulName: ''Sabotage'' got its name after the band was getting ripped off back and forth after the release of ''Sabbath Bloody Sabbath'', and weíre spending more time with their layers than they were recording a single damn song together.

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** The band recorded an album in 2001, which would've been the first album to be recorded by the classic lineup since ''Never Say Die'' but it was never released as Ozzy was called away to finish tracks for ''Down to Earth''.

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