Complete your Black Sabbath collection. Unorthodox (LP, RE, Unofficial). The Impossible Recordworks, The Impossible Recordworks, The Impossible Recordworks. IMP 1-29, IMP 1∙29, imp 129. US. 2011. Unorthodox (LP, RE, Unofficial, Bro).
Black Sabbath, Impossible Recordworks Label. IMP 1-29: Black Sabbath ‘Unorthodox’. Last 3 tracks from Gr’ndlepol
Black Sabbath is the debut studio album by the English rock band Black Sabbath. Released on 13 February 1970 in the United Kingdom and on 1 June 1970 in the United States, the album reached number eight on the UK Albums Charts and number 23 on the Billboard charts. Black Sabbath is widely considered the first heavy metal album. Additionally, the opening track of the album-Black Sabbath-is widely considered to be the first doom metal song.
Black Sabbath is the debut studio album by Black Sabbath. Although it was poorly received by most contemporary music critics at the time, Black Sabbath is now widely considered the first heavy metal album. According to Black Sabbath guitarist and founding member Tony Iommi, the group's debut album was recorded in a single day on 16 October 1969.
Band name: Black Sabbath Album title: Black Sabbath Song title: Black Sabbath The first heavy, dark and doomy heavy riff song. Released on Friday the 13th, February, 1970. Sure, there are many heavy rocking bands, albums and songs pre-dating this, but they’re not even close to this kind of heavyness and darkness with a name like this. Motorhead was the opening act. I bought a tour book at the show. In it they had a lyric sheet from the studio recording from the album Black Sabbath. The song was The Wizard. They had as the original title The Sign Of The Sorcerer that was crossed out on the sheet.
Best Black Sabbath album to have ever been recorded! Best lineup of Black Sabbath, by far: Ozzy Osbourne - vocals Tony Iommi - guitar Geezer Butler - bass Bill Ward - drums. I feel like Tony Martin got in his prime on this one. His high notes are simply brilliant and this features Tony Iommi's best riffs in a long, long time.
Black Sabbath are the forefathers of heavy metal, says Rick Rubin, the producer of the band’s most recent album 13. They may well be the heaviest band of all time. And I don’t know of a more influential band other than The Beatles. It was in 1969, in Birmingham, that Black Sabbath was formed. The four band members – guitarist Tony Iommi, singer Ozzy Osbourne, bassist Geezer Butler and drummer Bill Ward – had been playing together for a year previously, first as Polka Tulk, later as Earth. When we started out, Iommi says, we were a blues rock band. But one day in ’69, they wrote a song.
|B2||Killing Yourself To Live|
|B3||Hole In The Sky|
|IMP 1-29||Black Sabbath||Unorthodox (LP, Unofficial)||The Impossible Recordworks||IMP 1-29||US||1978|
|IMP 1.29||Black Sabbath||Unorthodox (LP, RE, Unofficial, Bro)||The Impossible Recordworks||IMP 1.29||Italy||2011|