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|3.||Disturbing the Priest||05:49||Show lyrics|
|5.||Zero the Hero||07:35||Show lyrics|
|6.||Digital Bitch||03:39||Show lyrics|
|7.||Born Again||06:34||Show lyrics|
|8.||Hot Line||04:52||Show lyrics|
|9.||Keep It Warm||05:36||Show lyrics|
|Tony Iommi||Guitars, Flute|
|Bill Ward||Drums, Percussion|
|Steve Barrett||Artwork (assistant)|
|Steve Joule||Artwork, Design, Cover art|
|Robin Black||Producer, Engineering|
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|An underrated classic||95%||calderabanuet||August 2nd, 2013|
|Reborn Again||88%||MEGANICK89||November 13th, 2012|
|Atmosphere does not make up...||40%||ConorFynes||June 5th, 2012|
|The Darkest Album?||90%||Josef_K||September 2nd, 2010|
|Excellent A-side, mediocre...||75%||Miihkali123||August 22nd, 2009|
|The most underrated album...||95%||adders11||June 3rd, 2009|
|The Black Purple Experience||75%||Lade||November 6th, 2008|
|Weekend at Gillan's||87%||Acrobat||June 24th, 2008|
|Underrated Masterpiece||92%||Luvers666||June 26th, 2007|
|Deep Sabbath's one-hit wonder!||95%||Satanwolf||May 6th, 2007|
|Born Again Wicked.||88%||hells_unicorn||November 3rd, 2006|
|Underrated classic||95%||BlackFuneral666||November 1st, 2006|
|Still Born||60%||cronosmantas||February 28th, 2006|
|It should be called "Born...||36%||westknife||August 14th, 2004|
|Wow...a lost classic!||90%||Snxke||July 3rd, 2004|
|The most maligned Sabbath...||85%||desert_demon||May 9th, 2004|
|Merde||35%||OlympicSharpshooter||January 10th, 2004|
|Amazing||95%||SufferingOverdue||June 27th, 2003|
|Oh yes, this is evil!!||77%||UltraBoris||August 26th, 2002|
All tracks by Gillan, Iommi, Butler, Ward.
Bill Ward left after the recording of this album to be replaced by Electric Light Orchestra's Bev Bevan.
According to legend, the infamous cover art for this album was done by an artist who was working for both Black Sabbath and Ozzy Osbourne, and the story goes that he made an intentionally poor job of it in the hope that Sabbath would reject it so that he could sever ties with them. As it turned out, Tony Iommi loved it (although Ian Gillan thought it was appalling).
It is a common misconception that the "Stonehenge" scene in This Is Spinal Tap was inspired by Black Sabbath's stage set for this album's tour. Black Sabbath used a huge Stonehenge set that often didn't fit the venues they played in, whereas Spinal Tap's Stonehenge prop was too small, and "in danger of being crushed by a dwarf." In actuality the concept for this scene was developed in 1982, well before the Sabbath tour in question.
No CD version of this album was ever released in the United States (although some imports can be found in some stores in that country).
Recorded at The Manor Studio, Shipton on Cherwell, Oxfordshire. England.
Mastered on Amper Tapes.
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