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Originally released in January 1974, Black Sabbath’s fifth studio album was the landmark Sabbath Bloody Sabbath. Never afraid to experiment, as well as enlisting Rick Wakeman from Yes on keyboards, the album also features Ozzy playing synthesiser on the track Who Are You? Other highlights are Killing Yourself To Live, which was debuted on their 1973 tour, the instrumental Fluff, often used as an outro to their live shows, Spiral Architect, plus live favourite, Sabbra Cadabra. And let us not forget the the drivingly heavy title track, which was released as a single to promote the album at the time. Featuring an early LP cover design by famed film poster illustrator, Drew Struzan, this new edition come with a gatefold sleeve and printed inner bag featuring the album’s lyrics. It has been pressed on strictly limited edition Smokey vinyl.
Originally released in January 1974, Black Sabbath’s fifth studio album was the landmark Sabbath Bloody Sabbath. Never afraid to experiment, as well as enlisting Rick Wakeman from Yes on keyboards, the album also features Ozzy playing synthesiser on the track Who Are You? Other highlights are Killing Yourself To Live, which was debuted on their 1973 tour, the instrumental Fluff, often used as an outro to their live shows, Spiral Architect, plus live favourite, Sabbra Cadabra. And let us not forget the the drivingly heavy title track, which was released as a single to promote the album at the time. Featuring an early LP cover design by famed film poster illustrator, Drew Struzan, this new edition come with a gatefold sleeve and printed inner bag featuring the album’s lyrics. It has been pressed on strictly limited edition Smokey vinyl.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: RHINO
Rel. Date: 01/26/2024
UPC: 603497828081

Sabbath Bloody Sabbath: 50th Anniversary [SYEOR 24 Exclusive Smokey LP]
Artist: Black Sabbath
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $27.98
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Originally released in January 1974, Black Sabbath’s fifth studio album was the landmark Sabbath Bloody Sabbath. Never afraid to experiment, as well as enlisting Rick Wakeman from Yes on keyboards, the album also features Ozzy playing synthesiser on the track Who Are You? Other highlights are Killing Yourself To Live, which was debuted on their 1973 tour, the instrumental Fluff, often used as an outro to their live shows, Spiral Architect, plus live favourite, Sabbra Cadabra. And let us not forget the the drivingly heavy title track, which was released as a single to promote the album at the time. Featuring an early LP cover design by famed film poster illustrator, Drew Struzan, this new edition come with a gatefold sleeve and printed inner bag featuring the album’s lyrics. It has been pressed on strictly limited edition Smokey vinyl.

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