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Seventh Star

Black Sabbath

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
January 27th, 1986
Catalog ID:
826 704-1
Label:
Warner Bros. Records
Format:
12" vinyl (33⅓ RPM)
Reviews:
14 reviews (avg. 69%)
Side A
1. In for the Kill 03:40   Show lyrics
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2. No Stranger to Love 04:28   Show lyrics
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3. Turn to Stone 03:28   Show lyrics
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4. Sphinx (The Guardian) 01:11   instrumental
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Side B
5. Seventh Star 05:20   Show lyrics
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6. Danger Zone 04:23   Show lyrics
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7. Heart Like a Wheel 06:35   Show lyrics
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8. Angry Heart 03:06   Show lyrics
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9. In Memory... 02:35   Show lyrics
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Band members
Glenn Hughes Vocals
Tony Iommi Guitars
Dave "The Beast" Spitz Bass
Eric Singer Drums
Guest/Session
Geoff Nicholls Keyboards
Gordon Copley Bass on "No Stranger to Love"
Miscellaneous staff
Jeff Glixman Producer, Engineering
Geoff Nicholls Keyboards
Gordon Copley Bass on "No Stranger to Love"
Jeff Glixman Producer, Engineering
Read The king has come 90% Metal_Thrasher90 April 23rd, 2014
Read It Still Haunts Me... 93% Twisted_Psychology September 6th, 2013
Read Featuring Tony Iommi 81% MEGANICK89 November 28th, 2012
Read Writing bland 80's hard... 40% ConorFynes June 6th, 2012
Read The blues makes it worth... 70% MacMoney May 27th, 2010
Read Good for what it is 76% adders11 May 8th, 2009
Read Pass the Mars Bars’ Glenn! 76% Acrobat March 16th, 2008
Read Tony Iommi Owes Me an Apology 30% Frankingsteins July 15th, 2007
Read Interesting, but not really... 75% Satanwolf May 17th, 2007
Read Iommi Embraces the 80's;... 55% DawnoftheShred November 20th, 2006
Read Black Sabbath as hair metal? 50% BlackFuneral666 October 28th, 2006
Read The Seventh Star Shines... 83% hells_unicorn August 24th, 2006
Read Good...but don't expect... 82% cronosmantas March 25th, 2006
Read Pretty good, but not... 71% westknife August 18th, 2004

Initially recorded as a Tony Iommi solo album, but the Black Sabbath name was added under record company pressure.
All songs by Tony Iommi.

A promotional video was made for "No Stranger to Love", featuring Star Trek actress Denise Crosby.

Reissued on October 25th, 2010 in the UK as a Deluxe Expanded Edition with a bonus track:
10. No Stranger to Love (Alternative Version) (4:01)
and a second CD:
1. Mob Rules (2:59)
2. Danger Zone (4:44)
3. War Pigs (8:11)
4. Seventh Star (5:03)
5. Die Young (3:58)
6. Black Sabbath (9:33)
7. N.I.B. (1:37)
8. Neon Knights (4:37)
9. Paranoid (3:29)
Recorded Live 2.06.1986 at Hammersmith Odeon, London, UK (with Ray Gillen on vocals)

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