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The Sabbath Stones

Black Sabbath

Type:
Compilation
Release date:
April 1996
Catalog ID:
N/A
Label:
I.R.S. Records
Format:
Unknown
Reviews:
2 reviews (avg. 60%)
1. Headless Cross 06:32   Show lyrics
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2. When Death Calls 06:57   Show lyrics
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3. Devil and Daughter 04:43   Show lyrics
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4. The Sabbath Stones 06:48   Show lyrics
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5. The Battle of Tyr 01:08   instrumental
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6. Odin's Court 02:42   Show lyrics
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7. Valhalla 04:41   Show lyrics
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8. TV Crimes 04:01   Show lyrics
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9. Virtual Death 05:46   Show lyrics
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10. Evil Eye 05:57   Show lyrics
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11. Kiss of Death 06:09   Show lyrics
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12. Guilty as Hell 03:30   Show lyrics
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13. Loser Gets It All 02:57   Show lyrics
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14. Disturbing the Priest 05:49   Show lyrics
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15. Heart like a Wheel 06:37   Show lyrics
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16. The Shining 05:55   Show lyrics
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Miscellaneous staff
Steve Bennett Producer
Paul Banfield Producer
Steve Bennett Producer
Paul Banfield Producer
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A now out of print greatest hits pack on IRS records to close Sabbath's current record deal.

Tracks 1, 2 and 3 are taken from Headless Cross.
Tracks 4, 5, 6 and 7 are taken from Tyr.
Track 8 is taken from Dehumanizer.
Tracks 9 and 10 are taken from Cross Purposes.
Tracks 11, 12 and 13 are taken from Forbidden.
Track 14 is taken from Born Again.
Track 15 is taken from Seventh Star.
Track 16 is taken from Eternal Idol.

On the Headless Cross album, the first track is “The Gates of Hell”, which is an instrumental leadin to the track “Headless Cross”. On this compilation, the last few seconds of “The Gates of Hell” are used here as an intro, but are not segregated out into their own track (or listed here, either).

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