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Cross Purposes

Black Sabbath

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
January 31st, 1994
Catalog ID:
N/A
Label:
I.R.S. Records
Format:
Unknown
Reviews:
8 reviews (avg. 88%)
1. I Witness 04:56   Show lyrics
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2. Cross of Thorns 04:32   Show lyrics
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3. Psychophobia 03:15   Show lyrics
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4. Virtual Death 05:49   Show lyrics
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5. Immaculate Deception 04:15   Show lyrics
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6. Dying for Love 05:53   Show lyrics
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7. Back to Eden 03:57   Show lyrics
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8. The Hand That Rocks the Cradle 04:30   Show lyrics
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9. Cardinal Sin 04:21   Show lyrics
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10. Evil Eye 05:58   Show lyrics
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Band members
Tony Iommi Guitars
Bobby Rondinelli Drums
Geezer Butler Bass
Tony Martin Vocals
Guest/Session
Eddie van Halen Guitars
Geoff Nicholls Keyboards
Miscellaneous staff
Tony Cousins Mastering
Dave Somers Engineering
Darren Galer Engineering
Leif Mases Producer, Engineering
Matt Curtis Design
Eddie van Halen Guitars
Geoff Nicholls Keyboards
Tony Cousins Mastering
Dave Somers Engineering
Darren Galer Engineering
Leif Mases Producer, Engineering
Matt Curtis Design
Read What's the Use? 90% octavarium January 16th, 2013
Read The Best Of Them All 100% Stein23 May 17th, 2009
Read Cross Purposes, indeed. 80% Satanwolf November 14th, 2007
Read Very worth checking out 82% ReDevil July 26th, 2007
Read Crossing back. 92% hells_unicorn April 26th, 2007
Read Like Dehumanizer never... 85% cronosmantas April 5th, 2006
Read My New Favorite Sabbath Album 91% PowerProg_Adam February 8th, 2003
Read A very underrated album... 87% Sinner December 23rd, 2002

All tracks composed by Martin, Iommi, Butler, except "Evil Eye" by Iommi, Martin, Butler, Van Halen.

A bonus track appears on the Japanese version, called "What's The Use (03:03)".

Interestingly, a nearly identical version of the "burning angel" image was featured on the Scorpions single "Send Me An Angel" three years earlier (1991).

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