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The last official studio album Sabbath (hey, it's been 7, nearly 8 years now and I doubt they will return with a new one) turned out to be a slight disappointment and certainly the weakest of the Tony Martin Era, even though it still isn't a completele throw-away.
Some of the songs on here are just plain uninteresting and the weak production isn't exactly helping the band out either - even thought the band does their utmost best to make the best out of it. Tony Martin still ranks as my favourite and certainly the most versatile vocalist Sabbath has ever had and it's mainly thanx to him (and a handfull of killer-riffs by that other Tony) that the album manages to stay above average.
Highlights include the doomy opener "Illusion Of Power", the two semi-ballads "I won't Cry For You" and (especially) "Can't Get Close Enough" and the titletrack, but in comparission to other Sabbath albums it just remains mighty unspectacular what is on offer here.