Top Black Sabbath Albums
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Heaven and Hell (Deluxe Edition)
Heaven and Hell (Deluxe Edition)
[2021]
The End (Live)
The End (Live)
[2017]
The Ultimate Collection
The Ultimate Collection
[2016]
Complete Studio Albums 1970-1978
Complete Studio Albums 1970-1978
[2013]
13 (Deluxe Version)
13 (Deluxe Version)
[2013]
The Rules of Hell
The Rules of Hell
[2008]
Past Lives (Live)
Past Lives (Live)
[2002]
Reunion (Live)
Reunion (Live)
[1998]
Dehumanizer
Dehumanizer
[1992]
The Eternal Idol
The Eternal Idol
[1987]
Seventh Star
Seventh Star
[1986]
Born Again
Born Again
[1983]
Live Evil (Live)
Live Evil (Live)
[1982]
Mob Rules (Deluxe Edition)
Mob Rules (Deluxe Edition)
[1981]
Mob Rules
Mob Rules
[1981]
Heaven and Hell
Heaven and Hell
[1980]
Never Say Die!
Never Say Die!
[1978]
Technical Ecstasy
Technical Ecstasy
[1976]
We Sold Our Soul for Rock 'N' Roll
We Sold Our Soul for Rock 'N' Roll
[1975]
Sabotage
Sabotage
[1975]
Sabbath Bloody Sabbath
Sabbath Bloody Sabbath
[1973]
Black Sabbath, Vol. 4
Black Sabbath, Vol. 4
[1972]
Vol. 4 (2021 Remaster)
Vol. 4 (2021 Remaster)
[1972]
Master of Reality
Master of Reality
[1971]
Paranoid
Paranoid
[1970]
Black Sabbath
Black Sabbath
[1970]
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War Pigs Heaven In Black Snowblind Sweet Leaf Warning Computer God Fairies Wear Boots Back Street Kids Black Sabbath Changes Children Of The Grave Dirty Women Lord Of This World Planet Caravan Sabbath Bloody Sabbath Symptom Of The Universe The Wizard Am I Going Insane Anno Mundi Behind The Wall Of Sleep Born Again Feels Good To Me Glory Ride In For The Kill In Memory Neon Knights Sins Of The Father The Shining Too Late Trashed Walk Away Wheels Of Confusion End Of The Beginning A National Acrobat After Forever Air Dance Blow On A Jug Cornucopia Electric Funeral Evil Woman Faries Wear BootsJack The Stripper Gypsy Hand Of Doom Hard Road Hole In The Sky Into The Void Iron Man It's Alright Johnny Blade Junior's Eyes Killing Yourself To Live Looking For Today N.I.B.Basically Never Say Die Over To You Paranoid Rock 'N' Roll Doctor Sabbra Cadabra She's Gone Shock Wave Solitude Spiral Architect St. Vitus' Dance Supernaut Swinging The Chain The Thrill Of It All The Writ Tomorrow's Dream Under The Sun Every Day Comes And Goes Who Are You Wicked World You Won't Change Me After All All Moving Parts Ancient Warrior Angry Heart Back To Eden Black Moon Born To Lose Buried Alive Call Of The Wild Can't Get Close Enough Cardinal Sin Children Of The Sea Country Girl Cross Of Thorns Danger Zone Devil And Daughter Die Young Digital Bitch Disturbing The Priest Dying For Love Eternal Idol Evil Eye Falling Off The Edge Of The World Forbidden Get A Grip Guilty As Hell Hard Life To Love Headless Cross Heart Like A Wheel Heaven And Hell Hot Line I Witness I Won't Cry For You Immaculate Deception Jerusalem Keep It Warm Kill In The Spirit World Kiss Of Death Lady Evil Letters From Earth Lonely Is The Word Loser Gets All Lost Forever Master Of Insanity Megalomania Mob Rules N.i.b. Nightmare No Stranger To Love Odin's Court Over And Over Psychophobia Rusty Angels Seventh Star Shaking Off The Chains Sick And Tired Sign Of The Southern Cross Sleeping Village Slipping Away The Hand That Rocks The Cradle The Illusion Of Power The Sabbath Stones Time Machine Turn To Stone Turn Up The Night Tv Crimes Valhalla Virtual Death Voodoo When Death Calls Wishing Well Zero The Hero Selling My Soul Psycho Man What's The Use I Devil Cried Shadow Of The Wind Nightwing The Lawmaker Ear In The Wall God Is Dead Methademic Some Kind Of Woman The Fallen Loner Pariah Cloak & Dagger Smoke On The Water Blue Suede Shoes Zeitgeist Live Forever Dear Father Damaged Soul Age Of Reason Peace Of Mind Walpurgis Fx Laguna Sunrise Embryo Orchid
Related Information for Black Sabbath
Black Sabbath is an English heavy metal band that formed in 1968 in Birmingham, West Midlands, England, United Kingdom, originally comprising Ozzy Osbourne (vocals), Tony Iommi (guitar), Geezer Butler (bass), and Bill Ward (drums). In the early 70s, they were the first to pair heavily distorted, sonically dissonant blues rock at slow speeds with lyrics about drugs, mental pain and abominations of war, thus giving birth to generations of metal bands that followed in their wake. Their name itself taken from a notorious horror film, they are often credited with creating the Heavy Metal genre as well as the doom metal subgenre.Black Sabbath was formed in Aston, a poor district of Birmingham damaged by bombing during World War II,... read more