Black Sabbath

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

13
New - LP - B0018539
Sealed 2013 180gm 2LP Gatefold Original With Custom Clear Hype Sticker On Shrink. First Recording With Ozzy, Geezer And Iommi Since 1978. Produced by Rick Rubin. more
13
Used - LP - B0018539
2013 180gm 2LP Gatefold Original. Shrink Still Intact With Clear Custom Hype Sticker. Both Records Appear Glossy, Unplayed. Includes Custom Inner Sleeves. First Recording With Ozzy, Geezer And Iommi Since 1978. Produced by Rick Rubin. more
Alternate Version 69-71
Used - LP - BSAV 6971
Limited Edition Black Vinyl Still In Shrink Wrap. The Record Is New, Unplayed (It Was Barely Sealed, But The Shrink Has Torn Along The Mouth). This Is 031 Of 600. For Some Reason, Somebody Ran A Sharpie Over The Sticker. People Are Odd. Includes Alternate Takes, Mixes And Lyrics. more
Attention! Vol. 2
Used - LP - 101
UK Compilation Of Early Album Tracks. Jacket Shows Some Ring Wear, Vinyl Appears Glossy. “For Attention, Vol. 2, WWA Combined Black Sabbath's Title Song With Gems From Paranoid (Including "War Pigs," "Fairies Wear Foots," "Rat Salad" And "Electric Funeral") And Master Of Reality ("Sweet Leaf," "After Forever"). All Of The Classics Heard On This Seven-Song LP Are Essential -- Sabbath Was Very Much In Its Prime, And The Band Was Recording Some Of The Most Important And Influential Songs In The History Of Metal. Imported Copies Of Both Volumes Of Attention Reached U.S. Stores As An Import, But Because Black Sabbath, Paranoid And Master Of Reality Were All In Print And Offered Much More Interesting Art Work, American Buyers Tended To Pass On The Attention Lps. As A Rule, Americans Who Bought Either Volume Of Attention Did So Either Because They Were Seriously Into Collecting Vinyl Or Because They Were Audiophiles Who Liked The Sound Of European Records.” Alex Henderson, AMG more
Best Of Black Sabbath
New - LP - RAWLP145
Sealed, Out Of Print 2000 Limited, Numbered, 4LP Set. This Is Low Number 00466. more
Best Of Black Sabbath
Used - LP - RAWLP145
Long Out Of Print 2000 Limited, Numbered, 4LP Set Housed In A Special Gatefold Jacket (LPs Insert From The Inside Center). This Is Set Number 05494. All Four 180gm HQ LPs Appear Unplayed. more
Best Of Black Sabbath
New - LP - RAWLP145
New, Unplayed And Long Out Of Print 2000 Limited, Numbered, 4LP Set Housed In A Special Gatefold Jacket (LPs Insert From The Inside Center). This Is Set Number 02859. more
Black Sabbath
Used - LP - WS 1871
Beautiful Green Label Original Still In Shrink Wrap With The Original Zodys Price Tag In Place. more
Black Sabbath
Used - LP - INT 145 615
1976 German Reissue Of Their 1969 Classic. Gatefold Cover. more
Black Sabbath
New - LP - 1871
Factory Sealed. Probably A 2nd Issue. No Bar Code On Back Cover. more
Black Sabbath
Used - LP - SP18 5010
Beautiful Japanese Pressing With Obi. more
Black Sabbath
Audiophile - LP - CMHLP 116
Out Of Print, Limited Edition 2001 UK 180gm HQ In Gatefold Jacket. Custom Labels. more
Black Sabbath
New - LP - R1 1871
Sealed, Out Of Print 2010 180gm HQ Vinyl. Cut From The Original Analog Masters. more
Black Sabbath
Used - LP - WS 1871
Beautiful Green Label With Orange Warner Logo Original Still In Shrink Wrap. 5 Star Rock! more
Black Sabbath
Used - LP - WS 1871
Rare 1970 White Label Promo With Radio Station Timing Strip (Not Attached To The Cover). Appears Unplayed. more
Black Sabbath
Used - LP - VO 6 / 843 903 VTY
Finest Copy We Have Ever Seen Of This 1970 Swirl Label Gatefold Original With The Original Swirl Logo Inner Sleeve. 1Y/2Y (Lowest) Stampers. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Black Sabbath
Audiophile - LP - ORRLP 004
Sealed 1997 Numbered, Limited Edition UK 160gm HQ Reissue Housed In A Deluxe Gatefold Jacket With Obi Plus Additional Insert With Sleeve Notes And Lyrics Plus The Bonus Single "Evil Woman / Wicked World." This Is Number 1527. more
Black Sabbath
New - LP - 41054
Sealed, Out Of Print 2006 180gm Reissue. Originally Released In 1970 For A German Book/Record Club. Sometimes In Collectors' Circles Referred To As Being Titled "Club Sonderauflage." more
Black Sabbath
Used - LP - VO 6 / 847 903 VTY
1970 Swirl Logo Pressed In Holland, Housed In A Laminated Gatefold Cover. LP Appears Glossy, Unplayed. Cover Looks Like It Was Purchased Yesterday. more
Black Sabbath
Colored Vinyl - New - RR1 1871
Sealed 2016 180gm Limited Opaque Red Vinyl Gatefold Reissue. more
Black Sabbath
Used - LP - 1871
1970 Original With Inner Sleeve. Album Appears Glossy. Slight Cover Wear. The Legendary Debut That Defined Heavy Metal As We Know It Today. more
Black Sabbath
Used - LP - WS 1871
Beautiful 1970 green label original in shrink. Black Sabbath's eponymous debut album, 'Black Sabbath,' released in 1970, is a heavy metal legend that needs no introduction. From the moment those ominous church bells toll and Tony Iommi's iconic riff kicks in on 'Black Sabbath,' you're plunged into a sonic world that's dark, mysterious, and downright electrifying. 'Ozzy' Osbourne's haunting vocals, Geezer Butler's thundering bass, and Bill Ward's relentless drumming, along with Iommi's masterful guitar work, redefine the boundaries of rock music. Tracks like 'N.I.B.,' 'The Wizard,' and 'Warning' are like sonic spells that transport you to a realm where dark magic and heavy music collide. What's fascinating is that the band created this genre-defining album in just two days. The result is a raw, unapologetic masterpiece that laid the foundation for a whole new musical genre. 'Black Sabbath' is the epitome of a sonic séance, summoning the birth of heavy metal with every spine-tingling note. This album, with its brooding atmospheres and thundering riffs, remains timeless and continues to inspire generations of rock and metal musicians. It's an essential chapter in the history of rock, one that turned the volume up to eleven and never looked back. more
Black Sabbath
New - LP - NEL 6002
Sealed 2011 180gm HD virgin vinyl pressing. Many fans and critics have praised the album for its raw energy and haunting lyrics. The opening track, also titled "Black Sabbath," is particularly iconic, with its eerie intro and Ozzy Osbourne's haunting vocals. Other standout tracks include "The Wizard" and "N.I.B." For sure "Black Sabbath" is a must-listen for any fan of heavy metal or rock music. Its influence can still be felt in the music of today, and it remains a classic of the genre. more
Black Sabbath
New - LP - RR1 1871 / 081227946661
Sealed 2023 180gm Gatefold Remastered Reissue With Custom Hype Sticker. "Black Sabbath's Debut Album Is The Birth Of Heavy Metal As We Now Know It. Compatriots Like Blue Cheer, Led Zeppelin, And Deep Purple Were Already Setting New Standards For Volume And Heaviness In The Realms Of Psychedelia, Blues-rock, And Prog Rock. Yet Of These Metal Pioneers, Sabbath Are The Only One Whose Sound Today Remains Instantly Recognizable As Heavy Metal, Even After Decades Of Evolution In The Genre. Circumstance Certainly Played Some Role In The Birth Of This Musical Revolution -- The Sonic Ugliness Reflecting The Bleak Industrial Nightmare Of Birmingham; Guitarist Tony Iommi's Loss Of Two Fingertips, Which Required Him To Play Slower And To Slacken The Strings By Tuning His Guitar Down, Thus Creating Sabbath's Signature Style. These Qualities Set The Band Apart, But They Weren't Wholly Why This Debut Album Transcends Its Clear Roots In Blues-rock And Psychedelia To Become Something More. Sabbath's Genius Was Finding The Hidden Malevolence In The Blues, And Then Bludgeoning The Listener Over The Head With It. Take The Legendary Album-opening Title Cut. The Standard Pentatonic Blues Scale Always Added The Tritone, Or Flatted Fifth, As The So-called "Blues Note"; Sabbath Simply Extracted It And Came Up With One Of The Simplest Yet Most Definitive Heavy Metal Riffs Of All Time. Thematically, Most Of Heavy Metal's Great Lyrical Obsessions Are Not Only Here, They're All Crammed Onto Side One. "Black Sabbath," "The Wizard," "Behind The Wall Of Sleep," And "N.i.b." Evoke Visions Of Evil, Paganism, And The Occult As Filtered Through Horror Films And The Writings Of J.r.r. Tolkien, H.p. Lovecraft, And Dennis Wheatley. Even If The Album Ended Here, It Would Still Be Essential Listening. Unfortunately, Much Of Side Two Is Given Over To Loose Blues-rock Jamming Learned Through Cream, Which Plays Squarely Into The Band's Limitations. For All His Stylistic Innovations And Strengths As A Composer, Iommi Isn't A Hugely Accomplished Soloist. By The End Of The Murky, Meandering, Ten-minute Cover Of The Aynsley Dunbar Retaliation's "Warning," You Can Already Hear Him Recycling Some Of The Same Simple Blues Licks He Used On Side One (Plus, The Word "Warn" Never Even Appears In The Song, Because Ozzy Osbourne Misheard The Original Lyrics). (The British Release Included Another Cover, A Version Of Crow's "Evil Woman" That Doesn't Quite Pack The Muscle Of The Band's Originals; The American Version Substituted "Wicked World," Which Is Much Preferred By Fans.) But Even If The Seams Are Still Showing On This Quickly Recorded Document, Black Sabbath Is Nonetheless A Revolutionary Debut Whose Distinctive Ideas Merely Await A Bit More Focus And Development. Henceforth Black Sabbath Would Forge Ahead With A Vision That Was Wholly Theirs." AMG - Steve Huey. more
Black Sabbath
Colored Vinyl - New - BMGCAT736CLP
Sealed 2022 Special Edition Gatefold Reissue, Pressed On Purple & Black Splatter Vinyl. The Self-Titled Debut That Instigated The Heavy Metal Genre. "Midnights Isn't A Retreat So Much As A Return, A Revival Of The Moody Electro-Pop That Kept Reputation Roiling. Where That 2017 Record Carried A Measure Of Defiance, The Vibe Of Midnights Is Contemplative Even When Beats Are Insistent, As They Are On Occasion. Despite These Fleeting Moments Of Urgency, The Record Is Clearly A Soundtrack To Be Played In The Wee Hours Of The Morning. In That Sense, Midnights Is A Kindred Spirit To Folklore And Evermore, The Twin 2020 Albums Swift Released During The Height Of The Covid-19 Pandemic, Yet Those Records Felt Like Collections Of Short Stories Where These Songs -- Whether In Their Standard 13-Song Variation Or The Lengthy "3 Am Edition" Which Runs An Additional Seven Tracks -- All Feel Like Confessions, Even If They Display The Sense Of Exacting Lyrical Detail She's Honed Since Lover. These Compositions Provide A Sturdy Foundation On A Record That Wants To Capture The Aimless Suspension Of Late-Night Insomnia, A Time Filled With Regret, Recriminations, And Resignations. Swift Spikes This Moodiness With Hints Of Steeliness -- Witness The Cool Swagger Of "Vigilante Shit" -- But That's Merely An Accent On An Album Designed To Deliver Variations On One Specific Mood. Although This Monochromatic Palette Tends To Highlight The Limits Of Co-Producer Jack Antonoff's Bag Of Tricks -- Nothing Here Feels Surprising, Even When He's Playing With Textures And Teasing Out The Music's Dream Pop Elements -- The Narrow Focus Is The Main Attribute Of Midnights, As It Plays To Swift's Sense Of Control And Craft: She May Be Singing About Messy Emotions But She Sculpts Those Tangled Feelings Into Shimmering, Resonant Songs." AMG Review By Steve Huey. more
Black Sabbath
New - LP - RR1 1871 / 081227946661
Sealed 2020 Repress Of The 2016 180gm Gatefold Reissue With Custom Hype Sticker. "Black Sabbath's Debut Album Is The Birth Of Heavy Metal As We Now Know It. Compatriots Like Blue Cheer, Led Zeppelin, And Deep Purple Were Already Setting New Standards For Volume And Heaviness In The Realms Of Psychedelia, Blues-rock, And Prog Rock. Yet Of These Metal Pioneers, Sabbath Are The Only One Whose Sound Today Remains Instantly Recognizable As Heavy Metal, Even After Decades Of Evolution In The Genre. Circumstance Certainly Played Some Role In The Birth Of This Musical Revolution -- The Sonic Ugliness Reflecting The Bleak Industrial Nightmare Of Birmingham; Guitarist Tony Iommi's Loss Of Two Fingertips, Which Required Him To Play Slower And To Slacken The Strings By Tuning His Guitar Down, Thus Creating Sabbath's Signature Style. These Qualities Set The Band Apart, But They Weren't Wholly Why This Debut Album Transcends Its Clear Roots In Blues-rock And Psychedelia To Become Something More. Sabbath's Genius Was Finding The Hidden Malevolence In The Blues, And Then Bludgeoning The Listener Over The Head With It. Take The Legendary Album-opening Title Cut. The Standard Pentatonic Blues Scale Always Added The Tritone, Or Flatted Fifth, As The So-called "Blues Note"; Sabbath Simply Extracted It And Came Up With One Of The Simplest Yet Most Definitive Heavy Metal Riffs Of All Time. Thematically, Most Of Heavy Metal's Great Lyrical Obsessions Are Not Only Here, They're All Crammed Onto Side One. "Black Sabbath," "The Wizard," "Behind The Wall Of Sleep," And "N.i.b." Evoke Visions Of Evil, Paganism, And The Occult As Filtered Through Horror Films And The Writings Of J.r.r. Tolkien, H.p. Lovecraft, And Dennis Wheatley. Even If The Album Ended Here, It Would Still Be Essential Listening. Unfortunately, Much Of Side Two Is Given Over To Loose Blues-rock Jamming Learned Through Cream, Which Plays Squarely Into The Band's Limitations. For All His Stylistic Innovations And Strengths As A Composer, Iommi Isn't A Hugely Accomplished Soloist. By The End Of The Murky, Meandering, Ten-minute Cover Of The Aynsley Dunbar Retaliation's "Warning," You Can Already Hear Him Recycling Some Of The Same Simple Blues Licks He Used On Side One (Plus, The Word "Warn" Never Even Appears In The Song, Because Ozzy Osbourne Misheard The Original Lyrics). (The British Release Included Another Cover, A Version Of Crow's "Evil Woman" That Doesn't Quite Pack The Muscle Of The Band's Originals; The American Version Substituted "Wicked World," Which Is Much Preferred By Fans.) But Even If The Seams Are Still Showing On This Quickly Recorded Document, Black Sabbath Is Nonetheless A Revolutionary Debut Whose Distinctive Ideas Merely Await A Bit More Focus And Development. Henceforth Black Sabbath Would Forge Ahead With A Vision That Was Wholly Theirs." AMG - Steve Huey. more
Black Sabbath Vol 4
New - LP - RR1 2602
Sealed 2022 180gm Vinyl Reissue Housed In A Gatefold Jacket With Custom Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. more
Black Sabbath Vol 4
Colored Vinyl - New - RR1 2602
Sealed 2016 Limited Edition 180gm Orange Vinyl Reissue Housed In A Gatefold Jacket With Custom Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. more
Black Sabbath Vol 4
New - LP - NEL 6005
Sealed 2007 180gm Virgin Vinyl Pressing With Hype Sticker. Vol 4 Is Quite Simply A Masterpiece Of Heavy Metal Music. From The Opening Track "Wheels Of Confusion" To The Epic Closing Track "Under The Sun", Each Song Is A Tour De Force Of Heavy Riffs, Relentless Drums And Ozzy Osbourne's Mesmerizing Vocals. One Standout Track For Me Is "Tomorrow's Dream", Which Has A Killer Groove And Some Of Tony Iommi's Best Guitar Work. Another Highlight Is "Snowblind", A Song About The Band's Struggles With Cocaine Addiction That Features Some Of The Most Haunting Lyrics And Guitar Riffs I Have Ever Heard. But What Really Sets Vol 4 Apart Is Its Experimental Nature. The Band Ventures Into New Territory With The Piano-driven Ballad "Changes" And The Psychedelic "Fx". Even The Album Cover, With Its Surreal Artwork And Ornate Lettering, Hints At The Band's Willingness To Push Boundaries. All In All, Black Sabbath Vol 4 Is A Timeless Classic That Stands The Test Of Time. It's An Album That Every Metalhead Should Own, And A Testament To The Band's Legacy As Pioneers Of Heavy Metal. more
Born Again
New - LP - 23978
Sealed 1983 Original, Tiny Saw Cut. more
Born Again
New - LP - 23978
Sealed 1983 Original. Crisp Corners, No Deletion Marks. more
Dehumanizer
New - LP - R1 26965 / R1 3372
Sealed 1992 Original With The Rare Custom 4 Song Hype Sticker (Later Hype Stickers List 2 Tracks). Promotional Black Mark Through Bar Code. Crisp Corners. more
Dehumanizer
Colored Vinyl - New - R1 26965
Sealed, Out Of Print 2009 Reissue Of The Hard To Find Album. Hype Sticker On Shrink Wrap. more
Eternal Idol
New - LP - 25548
Sealed, Hard To Find BMG Music Club Edition. “After Years Of Playing A Dispiriting Game Of Musical Chairs With Various Lead Singers During The Early '80s, Black Sabbath Guitarist Tony Iommi Finally Stumbled Upon A Dependable Frontman When He Admitted Relative Unknown Tony Martin Into The Fold, Thereby Initiating The Original Heavy Metal Band's Long Awaited Return To Respectability -- If Not Chart-Topping Success. Martin Joined The Oft-Interrupted Sessions For What Would Become 1987's The Eternal Idol Album Already In Progress, Stepping In For An Unreliable Ray Gillen When The Latter Moved On To Jake E. Lee's Badlands, And Helping Iommi Rescue An Astonishingly Solid Long-Player From The Jaws Of Complete And Utter Chaos. As It Turned Out, Martin's Powerful, Muscular Voice -- Though Bearing More Than A Passing Resemblance To Former Singer Ronnie James Dio -- Was Ultimately The Perfect Foil For Full-Bodied Heavy Metal Anthems Like "Hard Life To Love," "Glory Ride," And "Born To Lose," Which Were Built Upon Some Of Iommi's Heaviest, Most Undeniable Riffs Of The Decade. A Hodgepodge Of Temporary Backing Musicians And Short-Lived Producers Somehow Manage To Fill In The Gaps, And Make The Eternal Idol Sound Like A Very Cohesive LP.” - Eduardo Rivadavia, AMG more
Eternal Idol
Used - LP - 25548
1987 Original With Shrink Intact. Includes Custom Inner Sleeve. “After Years Of Playing A Dispiriting Game Of Musical Chairs With Various Lead Singers During The Early '80s, Black Sabbath Guitarist Tony Iommi Finally Stumbled Upon A Dependable Frontman When He Admitted Relative Unknown Tony Martin Into The Fold, Thereby Initiating The Original Heavy Metal Band's Long Awaited Return To Respectability -- If Not Chart-Topping Success. Martin Joined The Oft-Interrupted Sessions For What Would Become 1987's The Eternal Idol Album Already In Progress, Stepping In For An Unreliable Ray Gillen When The Latter Moved On To Jake E. Lee's Badlands, And Helping Iommi Rescue An Astonishingly Solid Long-Player From The Jaws Of Complete And Utter Chaos. As It Turned Out, Martin's Powerful, Muscular Voice -- Though Bearing More Than A Passing Resemblance To Former Singer Ronnie James Dio -- Was Ultimately The Perfect Foil For Full-Bodied Heavy Metal Anthems Like "Hard Life To Love," "Glory Ride," And "Born To Lose," Which Were Built Upon Some Of Iommi's Heaviest, Most Undeniable Riffs Of The Decade. A Hodgepodge Of Temporary Backing Musicians And Short-Lived Producers Somehow Manage To Fill In The Gaps, And Make The Eternal Idol Sound Like A Very Cohesive LP.” - Eduardo Rivadavia, AMG more
Eternal Idol
New - LP - 25548
Sealed 1987 Original. Saw Cut. Jacket VG+. Includes Custom Inner Sleeve. “After Years Of Playing A Dispiriting Game Of Musical Chairs With Various Lead Singers During The Early '80s, Black Sabbath Guitarist Tony Iommi Finally Stumbled Upon A Dependable Frontman When He Admitted Relative Unknown Tony Martin Into The Fold, Thereby Initiating The Original Heavy Metal Band's Long Awaited Return To Respectability -- If Not Chart-Topping Success. Martin Joined The Oft-Interrupted Sessions For What Would Become 1987's The Eternal Idol Album Already In Progress, Stepping In For An Unreliable Ray Gillen When The Latter Moved On To Jake E. Lee's Badlands, And Helping Iommi Rescue An Astonishingly Solid Long-Player From The Jaws Of Complete And Utter Chaos. As It Turned Out, Martin's Powerful, Muscular Voice -- Though Bearing More Than A Passing Resemblance To Former Singer Ronnie James Dio -- Was Ultimately The Perfect Foil For Full-Bodied Heavy Metal Anthems Like "Hard Life To Love," "Glory Ride," And "Born To Lose," Which Were Built Upon Some Of Iommi's Heaviest, Most Undeniable Riffs Of The Decade. A Hodgepodge Of Temporary Backing Musicians And Short-Lived Producers Somehow Manage To Fill In The Gaps, And Make The Eternal Idol Sound Like A Very Cohesive LP.” - Eduardo Rivadavia, AMG more
Eternal Idol
Used - LP - 9 25548-1
1987 Original Rare US Promo. Includes Custom Inner Sleeve. “After Years Of Playing A Dispiriting Game Of Musical Chairs With Various Lead Singers During The Early '80s, Black Sabbath Guitarist Tony Iommi Finally Stumbled Upon A Dependable Frontman When He Admitted Relative Unknown Tony Martin Into The Fold, Thereby Initiating The Original Heavy Metal Band's Long Awaited Return To Respectability -- If Not Chart-Topping Success. Martin Joined The Oft-Interrupted Sessions For What Would Become 1987's The Eternal Idol Album Already In Progress, Stepping In For An Unreliable Ray Gillen When The Latter Moved On To Jake E. Lee's Badlands, And Helping Iommi Rescue An Astonishingly Solid Long-Player From The Jaws Of Complete And Utter Chaos. As It Turned Out, Martin's Powerful, Muscular Voice -- Though Bearing More Than A Passing Resemblance To Former Singer Ronnie James Dio -- Was Ultimately The Perfect Foil For Full-Bodied Heavy Metal Anthems Like "Hard Life To Love," "Glory Ride," And "Born To Lose," Which Were Built Upon Some Of Iommi's Heaviest, Most Undeniable Riffs Of The Decade. A Hodgepodge Of Temporary Backing Musicians And Short-Lived Producers Somehow Manage To Fill In The Gaps, And Make The Eternal Idol Sound Like A Very Cohesive LP.” - Eduardo Rivadavia, AMG more
Greatest Hits
Used - LP - NEL 6009
Beautiful 1977 UK Black & Silver Label First Pressing. more
Greatest Hits
Used - LP - SP18-5016
Beautiful Japanese Pressing With Obi And Lyric Insert. more
Headless Cross
New - LP - 82002
Sealed 1989 Vinyl Rarity, Custom Sticker Over Shrink. more
Headless Cross
Used - LP - 12902
1989 Original With Insert And Custom Song Sticker Over Shrink Wrap. more
Headless Cross
Used - LP - 82002
1989 Vinyl Rarity With The original Black Inner Sleeve And Lyric Insert. Appears Unplayed. Gold Promo Stamp On Back Cover. more
Heaven And Hell
New - LP - BSK 3372
Sealed 1980 Original. Many Had Left Black Sabbath For Dead By The Time The 80's Swung Around, Their Last Few Albums Had Not Even Come Close To Their Early Work And Ozzy Had Left The Band. But With Ronnie James Dio Replacing Ozzy, Sabbath Produced Their Best Album Since The Early 70's. The Band Sound Re-Energized And Reborn Throughout With Such Brilliant Tracks As The Vicious Album Opener "Neon Knights," The Moody Mid-Paced Epic "Children Of The Sea" And The Title Track Which Features One Of Tony Iommi's Best Guitar Riffs. Top Recommendation. more
Heaven And Hell
New - LP - R1 3372
Sealed Out Of Print 2009 Reissue. more
Heaven And Hell
New - LP - 23372
Sealed 1980 Original, Small Saw Cut. Many Had Left Black Sabbath For Dead By The Time The 80's Swung Around, Their Last Few Albums Had Not Even Come Close To Their Early Work And Ozzy Had Left The Band. But With Ronnie James Dio Replacing Ozzy, Sabbath Produced Their Best Album Since The Early 70's. The Band Sound Re-Energized And Reborn Throughout With Such Brilliant Tracks As The Vicious Album Opener "Neon Knights," The Moody Mid-Paced Epic "Children Of The Sea" And The Title Track Which Features One Of Tony Iommi's Best Guitar Riffs. Top Recommendation. more
Heaven And Hell
New - LP - BSK 3372
Sealed 1980 Original. Saw Cut. "Many Had Left Black Sabbath For Dead By The Time The 80's Swung Around, Their Last Few Albums Had Not Even Come Close To Their Early Work And Ozzy Had Left The Band. But With Ronnie James Dio Replacing Ozzy, Sabbath Produced Their Best Album Since The Early 70's. The Band Sound Re-Energized And Reborn Throughout With Such Brilliant Tracks As The Vicious Album Opener "Neon Knights," The Moody Mid-Paced Epic "Children Of The Sea" And The Title Track Which Features One Of Tony Iommi's Best Guitar Riffs." Top Recommendation. more
Heaven And Hell
Used - LP - BSK 3372
Rare 1980 Record Club Pressing. Record Appears Glossy. Cover Has Slight Bump Along Mouth. Many Had Left Black Sabbath For Dead By The Time The 80's Swung Around, Their Last Few Albums Had Not Even Come Close To Their Early Work And Ozzy Had Left The Band. But With Ronnie James Dio Replacing Ozzy, Sabbath Produced Their Best Album Since The Early 70's. The Band Sound Re-Energized And Reborn Throughout With Such Brilliant Tracks As The Vicious Album Opener "Neon Knights," The Moody Mid-Paced Epic "Children Of The Sea" And The Title Track Which Features One Of Tony Iommi's Best Guitar Riffs. more
Heaven And Hell
New - LP - BSK 3372
Sealed 1980 Original. Many Had Left Black Sabbath For Dead By The Time The 80's Swung Around, Their Last Few Albums Had Not Even Come Close To Their Early Work And Ozzy Had Left The Band. But With Ronnie James Dio Replacing Ozzy, Sabbath Produced Their Best Album Since The Early 70's. The Band Sound Re-Energized And Reborn Throughout With Such Brilliant Tracks As The Vicious Album Opener "Neon Knights," The Moody Mid-Paced Epic "Children Of The Sea" And The Title Track Which Features One Of Tony Iommi's Best Guitar Riffs. Top Recommendation. more
Heaven And Hell
Used - LP - BSK 3372
Sealed 1980 Original Promotional Copy Gold Stamp. "Many Had Left Black Sabbath For Dead By The Time The 80's Swung Around, Their Last Few Albums Had Not Even Come Close To Their Early Work And Ozzy Had Left The Band. But With Ronnie James Dio Replacing Ozzy, Sabbath Produced Their Best Album Since The Early 70's. The Band Sound Re-Energized And Reborn Throughout With Such Brilliant Tracks As The Vicious Album Opener "Neon Knights," The Moody Mid-Paced Epic "Children Of The Sea" And The Title Track Which Features One Of Tony Iommi's Best Guitar Riffs." Top Recommendation. more
Heaven And Hell
New - LP - R1 599498
Sealed 2021 US Remastered Reissue. Includes Bonus LP of Rarities & Live Versions, Packaged In A Gatefold Sleeve With Plain Black LP Sleeves. more
Live At Hammersmith Odeon
New - LP - 526573
Sealed 2007 Numbered Limited Edition 3LP Tri-Fold. This Is Low Number 0498/3000. Best Live Recording Of The Ronnie James Dio Era. more
Live At Last
Used - LP - BS 001
'80 Dutch Pressing more
Live At Last
Used - LP - BS 001
Mint 1980 UK Original. Recorded Live In Manchester And The Rainbow Theatre, London. more
Live Evil
Used - LP - 23742
1982 2LP Gatefold RCA Music Service Issue. Jacket Has Some Light Wear, Vinyl Is Near Mi9nt. more
Live Evil
New - LP - R1 23742
Sealed Out Of Print 2009 Gatefold 2LP 180gm Reissue. more
Live Evil
Used - LP - 23742
1982 2LP Gatefold Original. This Live Recording Marks Dio's Last Album With Sabbath. more
Live Evil
Used - LP - 1-23742
1982 2LP Gatefold Reissue With Custom Sticker Affixed To Front Cover With Gold Promo Stamp. Small Corner Bump/Crease. This Live Recording Marks Dio's Last Album With Sabbath. more
Master Of Reality
New Import - BMGRM055LP
Sealed Repress, EU Import. Latest Run Of The 2015 Reissue Housed In An Embossed Jacket. "The Shortest Album Of Black Sabbath's Glory Years, Master Of Reality Is Also Their Most Sonically Influential Work. Here Tony Iommi Began To Experiment With Tuning His Guitar Down Three Half-Steps To C#, Producing A Sound That Was Darker, Deeper, And Sludgier Than Anything They'd Yet Committed To Record. (This Trick Was Still Being Copied 25 Years Later By Every Metal Band Looking To Push The Limits Of Heaviness, From Trendy Nu-metallers To Swedish Deathsters.) Much More Than That, Master Of Reality Essentially Created Multiple Metal Subgenres All By Itself, Laying The Sonic Foundations For Doom, Stoner And Sludge Metal, All In The Space Of Just Over Half An Hour. Classic Opener "Sweet Leaf" Certainly Ranks As A Defining Stoner Metal Song, Making Its Drug References Far More Overt (And Adoring) Than The Preceding Album's "Fairies Wear Boots." The Album's Other Signature Song, "Children Of The Grave," Is Driven By A Galloping Rhythm That Would Later Pop Up On A Slew Of Iron Maiden Tunes, Among Many Others. Aside From "Sweet Leaf," Much Of Master Of Reality Finds The Band Displaying A Stronger Moral Sense, In Part An Attempt To Counteract The Growing Perception That They Were Satanists. "Children Of The Grave" Posits A Stark Choice Between Love And Nuclear Annihilation, While "After Forever" Philosophizes About Death And The Afterlife In An Openly Religious (But, Of Course, Superficially Morbid) Fashion That Offered A Blueprint For The Career Of Christian Doom Band Trouble. And Although The Alternately Sinister And Jaunty "Lord Of This World" Is Sung From Satan's Point Of View, He Clearly Doesn't Think Much Of His Own Followers (And Neither, By Extension, Does The Band). It's All Handled Much Like A Horror Movie With A Clear Moral Message, For Example The Exorcist. Past Those Four Tracks, Listeners Get Sharply Contrasting Tempos In The Rumbling Sci-Fi Tale "Into The Void," Which Shortens The Distances Between The Multiple Sections Of The Band's Previous Epics. And There's The Core Of The Album -- All That's Left Is A Couple Of Brief Instrumental Interludes, Plus The Quiet, Brooding Loneliness Of "Solitude," A Mostly Textural Piece That Frames Osbourne's Phased Vocals With Acoustic Guitars And Flutes. But, If A Core Of Five Songs Seems Slight For A Classic Album, It's Also Important To Note That Those Five Songs Represent A Nearly Bottomless Bag Of Tricks, Many Of Which Are Still Being Imitated And Explored Decades Later. If Paranoid Has More Widely Known Songs, The Suffocating And Oppressive Master Of Reality Was The Sabbath Record That Die-Hard Metalheads Took Most Closely To Heart." AMG Review By Steve Huey. more
Master Of Reality
New - LP - NEL 6004
Sealed 2011 180gm pressing. "The Shortest Album Of Black Sabbath's Glory Years, Master Of Reality Is Also Their Most Sonically Influential Work. Here Tony Iommi Began To Experiment With Tuning His Guitar Down Three Half-Steps To C#, Producing A Sound That Was Darker, Deeper, And Sludgier Than Anything They'd Yet Committed To Record. (This Trick Was Still Being Copied 25 Years Later By Every Metal Band Looking To Push The Limits Of Heaviness, From Trendy Nu-Metallers To Swedish Deathsters.) Much More Than That, Master Of Reality Essentially Created Multiple Metal Subgenres All By Itself, Laying The Sonic Foundations For Doom, Stoner And Sludge Metal, All In The Space Of Just Over Half An Hour. Classic Opener "Sweet Leaf" Certainly Ranks As A Defining Stoner Metal Song, Making Its Drug References Far More Overt (And Adoring) Than The Preceding Album's "Fairies Wear Boots." The Album's Other Signature Song, "Children Of The Grave," Is Driven By A Galloping Rhythm That Would Later Pop Up On A Slew Of Iron Maiden Tunes, Among Many Others. Aside From "Sweet Leaf," Much Of Master Of Reality Finds The Band Displaying A Stronger Moral Sense, In Part An Attempt To Counteract The Growing Perception That They Were Satanists. "Children Of The Grave" Posits A Stark Choice Between Love And Nuclear Annihilation, While "After Forever" Philosophizes About Death And The Afterlife In An Openly Religious (But, Of Course, Superficially Morbid) Fashion That Offered A Blueprint For The Career Of Christian Doom Band Trouble. And Although The Alternately Sinister And Jaunty "Lord Of This World" Is Sung From Satan's Point Of View, He Clearly Doesn't Think Much Of His Own Followers (And Neither, By Extension, Does The Band). It's All Handled Much Like A Horror Movie With A Clear Moral Message, For Example The Exorcist. Past Those Four Tracks, Listeners Get Sharply Contrasting Tempos In The Rumbling Sci-Fi Tale "Into The Void," Which Shortens The Distances Between The Multiple Sections Of The Band's Previous Epics. And There's The Core Of The Album -- All That's Left Is A Couple Of Brief Instrumental Interludes, Plus The Quiet, Brooding Loneliness Of "Solitude," A Mostly Textural Piece That Frames Osbourne's Phased Vocals With Acoustic Guitars And Flutes. But, If A Core Of Five Songs Seems Slight For A Classic Album, It's Also Important To Note That Those Five Songs Represent A Nearly Bottomless Bag Of Tricks, Many Of Which Are Still Being Imitated And Explored Decades Later. If Paranoid Has More Widely Known Songs, The Suffocating And Oppressive Master Of Reality Was The Sabbath Record That Die-hard Metalheads Took Most Closely To Heart." AMG Review By Steve Huey. more
Master Of Reality
Used - LP - R1 2562
2010 180gm HQ Vinyl. Benchmark Repro Down To The Gorgeous Embossed Jacket. Cut From The Original Analog Masters. Still Inside Original Outer Sleeve With Rhino Record Hype Sticker On Front. more
Master Of Reality
New - LP - RR1 2562
Sealed 2022 1LP Gatefold Reissue. "The Shortest Album Of Black Sabbath's Glory Years, Master Of Reality Is Also Their Most Sonically Influential Work. Here Tony Iommi Began To Experiment With Tuning His Guitar Down Three Half-Steps To C#, Producing A Sound That Was Darker, Deeper, And Sludgier Than Anything They'd Yet Committed To Record. (This Trick Was Still Being Copied 25 Years Later By Every Metal Band Looking To Push The Limits Of Heaviness, From Trendy Nu-Metallers To Swedish Deathsters.) Much More Than That, Master Of Reality Essentially Created Multiple Metal Subgenres All By Itself, Laying The Sonic Foundations For Doom, Stoner And Sludge Metal, All In The Space Of Just Over Half An Hour. Classic Opener "Sweet Leaf" Certainly Ranks As A Defining Stoner Metal Song, Making Its Drug References Far More Overt (And Adoring) Than The Preceding Album's "Fairies Wear Boots." The Album's Other Signature Song, "Children Of The Grave," Is Driven By A Galloping Rhythm That Would Later Pop Up On A Slew Of Iron Maiden Tunes, Among Many Others. Aside From "Sweet Leaf," Much Of Master Of Reality Finds The Band Displaying A Stronger Moral Sense, In Part An Attempt To Counteract The Growing Perception That They Were Satanists. "Children Of The Grave" Posits A Stark Choice Between Love And Nuclear Annihilation, While "After Forever" Philosophizes About Death And The Afterlife In An Openly Religious (But, Of Course, Superficially Morbid) Fashion That Offered A Blueprint For The Career Of Christian Doom Band Trouble. And Although The Alternately Sinister And Jaunty "Lord Of This World" Is Sung From Satan's Point Of View, He Clearly Doesn't Think Much Of His Own Followers (And Neither, By Extension, Does The Band). It's All Handled Much Like A Horror Movie With A Clear Moral Message, For Example The Exorcist. Past Those Four Tracks, Listeners Get Sharply Contrasting Tempos In The Rumbling Sci-Fi Tale "Into The Void," Which Shortens The Distances Between The Multiple Sections Of The Band's Previous Epics. And There's The Core Of The Album -- All That's Left Is A Couple Of Brief Instrumental Interludes, Plus The Quiet, Brooding Loneliness Of "Solitude," A Mostly Textural Piece That Frames Osbourne's Phased Vocals With Acoustic Guitars And Flutes. But, If A Core Of Five Songs Seems Slight For A Classic Album, It's Also Important To Note That Those Five Songs Represent A Nearly Bottomless Bag Of Tricks, Many Of Which Are Still Being Imitated And Explored Decades Later. If Paranoid Has More Widely Known Songs, The Suffocating And Oppressive Master Of Reality Was The Sabbath Record That Die-hard Metalheads Took Most Closely To Heart." AMG Review By Steve Huey. more
Master Of Reality
New Import - BMGRM055LP
Sealed, Latest Press Of The 2015 180gm Reissue, With Embossed Cover. EU Import. "The Shortest Album Of Black Sabbath's Glory Years, Master Of Reality Is Also Their Most Sonically Influential Work. Here Tony Iommi Began To Experiment With Tuning His Guitar Down Three Half-Steps To C#, Producing A Sound That Was Darker, Deeper, And Sludgier Than Anything They'd Yet Committed To Record. (This Trick Was Still Being Copied 25 Years Later By Every Metal Band Looking To Push The Limits Of Heaviness, From Trendy Nu-Metallers To Swedish Deathsters.) Much More Than That, Master Of Reality Essentially Created Multiple Metal Subgenres All By Itself, Laying The Sonic Foundations For Doom, Stoner And Sludge Metal, All In The Space Of Just Over Half An Hour. Classic Opener "Sweet Leaf" Certainly Ranks As A Defining Stoner Metal Song, Making Its Drug References Far More Overt (And Adoring) Than The Preceding Album's "Fairies Wear Boots." The Album's Other Signature Song, "Children Of The Grave," Is Driven By A Galloping Rhythm That Would Later Pop Up On A Slew Of Iron Maiden Tunes, Among Many Others. Aside From "Sweet Leaf," Much Of Master Of Reality Finds The Band Displaying A Stronger Moral Sense, In Part An Attempt To Counteract The Growing Perception That They Were Satanists. "Children Of The Grave" Posits A Stark Choice Between Love And Nuclear Annihilation, While "After Forever" Philosophizes About Death And The Afterlife In An Openly Religious (But, Of Course, Superficially Morbid) Fashion That Offered A Blueprint For The Career Of Christian Doom Band Trouble. And Although The Alternately Sinister And Jaunty "Lord Of This World" Is Sung From Satan's Point Of View, He Clearly Doesn't Think Much Of His Own Followers (And Neither, By Extension, Does The Band). It's All Handled Much Like A Horror Movie With A Clear Moral Message, For Example The Exorcist. Past Those Four Tracks, Listeners Get Sharply Contrasting Tempos In The Rumbling Sci-fi Tale "Into The Void," Which Shortens The Distances Between The Multiple Sections Of The Band's Previous Epics. And There's The Core Of The Album -- All That's Left Is A Couple Of Brief Instrumental Interludes, Plus The Quiet, Brooding Loneliness Of "Solitude," A Mostly Textural Piece That Frames Osbourne's Phased Vocals With Acoustic Guitars And Flutes. But, If A Core Of Five Songs Seems Slight For A Classic Album, It's Also Important To Note That Those Five Songs Represent A Nearly Bottomless Bag Of Tricks, Many Of Which Are Still Being Imitated And Explored Decades Later. If Paranoid Has More Widely Known Songs, The Suffocating And Oppressive Master Of Reality Was The Sabbath Record That Die-Hard Metalheads Took Most Closely To Heart." AMG Review By Steve Huey. more
Master Of Reality
Used - LP - 008
1971 UK 2nd Label. Laminated High Gloss Cover. Looks Unplayed. more
Master Of Reality
Used - LP - BS 2562
Beautiful 1971 Embossed Cover Green Label Original With The Rare Color Poster. Shrink Wrap Still Intact. 1A/1A Stampers, Looks Unplayed. A 5 Star Hard Rock Classic. more
Master Of Reality
New - LP - BS 2562
Sealed Early 80's Issue. more
Master Of Reality
Used - LP - NEL 6004
Mint Nems Pressing. more
Master Of Reality
New - LP - R1 2562
Sealed 2010 180gm HQ Vinyl. Killer Repro Down To The Gorgeous Embossed Jacket. Cut From The Original Analog Masters. more
Master Of Reality
New Release - R1 2562
Sealed 2010 180gm HQ Vinyl. Killer Repro Down To The Gorgeous Embossed Jacket, Cut From The Original Analog Masters. Our Lone Quibble - Lose The Rhino Prefix On The Album Art! more
Master Of Reality
Used - LP - 6360 050
Mega Rare 1971 UK Vertigo Swirl Label Original Housed In The Embossed And Laminated Howards Printers (Slough) Envelope Style Jacket. Also Includes The Rare Color Poster And The Original Vertigo Swirl Inner Sleeve. The Original Wherehouse Price Tag Is On The Rear Jacket. There Are A Couple Of Areas Laminate "Lift" (Very Common With This Title). The LP Appears Glossy, Unplayed Without Even A Hint Of A Spindle Mark. The Stampers Are Y2/Y1. more
Master Of Reality
New - LP - CMHLP 178
Sealed 2000 UK Limited Edition 180gm Reissue Housed In An Embossed Jacket. more
Master Of Reality
Used - LP - BS-2562
Beautiful Near Mint 1971 Embossed Cover Green Label Original With The Rare Color Poster. A 5 Star Hard Rock Classic. more
Master Of Reality
Used - LP - 6360 050
Mega Rare 1971 UK Vertigo Swirl Label Original Housed In The Embossed And Laminated Howards Printers (Slough) Envelope Style Jacket. Also Includes The Rare Color Poster And The Original Vertigo Swirl Inner Sleeve. LP Appears Glossy, Unplayed. Jacket Has Very Light Laminate "Lift" In Small Area Near Spine. The Stampers Are Y2/Y1. more
Master Of Reality
Colored Vinyl - RR1 2562
Sealed, Out Of Print 2016 Limited Edition 180gm Opaque Green Vinyl Gatefold Reissue. Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. more
Master Of Reality
New - LP - RR1 2562
Sealed 2016 180gm Gatefold Reissue. Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. more
Mob Rules
New - LP - 3605
Sealed, Out Of Print 2009 Reissue. more
Mob Rules
New - LP - BSK 3605
Sealed 1981 Original. Mastered At Townhouse, London. more
Mob Rules
Used - LP - BSK 3605
1981 Original Mastered At Townhouse, London. Appears Unplsyed. more
Mob Rules
New - LP - R1 599497
Sealed 2021 2LP 40th Anniversary Remastered Reissue, Housed In Gatefold Jacket. Including A Bonus LP Of Rarities & Live Versions. "After A Steady Decline In Both Inspiration, Mental Stability, And Commercial Appeal Throughout The Second Half Of The '70s, Metal Icons Black Sabbath Were Reborn With 1980's Heaven And Hell. The Album Would Be Their First With New Vocalist Ronnie James Dio, Whose Passionate, Controlled Wail Broke New Ground For The Band And Helped Drive A Comeback. 1981's Mob Rules Was A Quick Follow-up To Heaven And Hell, Continuing The Momentum Of That Record's Energy As Well As Its Shift Away From Dark Metal To More Commercial Hard Rock. Tony Iommi's Signature Guitar Playing Takes On New Forms Throughout The Album, With Zeppelin-Esque Riffing On "Slipping Away," Slithering Bluesy Rock Playing On "Voodoo," And A Strikingly Different Approach To Soloing, Shifting From The Laser-Focused Slow Burn Of Early Sabbath Albums To A More Frenetic, Technically Showy Style On Some Tracks. Speedy Album Opener "Turn Up The Night" Is One Of The More Spirited And Pop-friendly Moments Of Any Sabbath Record, With A Hooky And Melodic Chorus And Iommi Running Through Fast-paced Leads And Trills That Were No Doubt Taking Notes From Eddie Van Halen, Who Was Perhaps The Most Celebrated Guitarist In The World In 1981. Mob Rules Delved More Into Experimentation With Keyboards And Synthesizers, With Auxiliary Player Geoff Nicholls Adding Cinematic Synth Bedding To The Epic Churn Of "The Sign Of The Southern Cross" And Spacy Atmosphere To "Falling Off The Edge Of The World," Among Other Synth Contributions. New Drummer Vinny Appice Replaced Original Sabbath Drummer Bill Ward, Pushing The Sound Even Further From The Band's Original Sludgy Approach. These Changes, Along With Dio's Fantasy-Based Lyrics And A Red-Lined Mix By Producer Martin Birch Put Mob Rules Closer In Line With The Emerging New Wave Of British Heavy Metal Than The Druggy Devil-Worshiping Doom Metal Black Sabbath First Built Their Name On. While It Was A Solid Album, Mob Rules Might Have Followed The Template Established On Heaven And Hell A Little Too Closely. The Pacing And Flow Of The Record Was Almost Identical To Its Predecessor, From The Chuggy Opener Of "Turn Up The Night" Mirroring Heaven And Hell's "Neon Nights" Straight Through To Final Track "Over And Over" Feeling Like A Continuation Of "Lonely Is The Word," The Searching, Midtempo Finale Of The Previous Album. It Didn't Sell Quite As Well As Heaven And Hell, And Dio And Appice Left The Band Soon Afterward, (Though Dio's Relationship With Sabbath Would Be Complex And Sprawling) Leaving Black Sabbath To Reconfigure Throughout The '80s With Mixed Results. Mob Rules And Heaven And Hell Work Well As Each Other's Companion Pieces, Making The First Round Of Dio-Fronted Sabbath Material A Bright Spot Surrounded By Relatively Grim Efforts On Either Side." AMG Review By Fred Thomas. more
Mob Rules
New - LP - R1 599497
Sealed 2021 2LP 40th Anniversary Remastered Reissue, Housed In Gatefold Jacket. Including A Bonus LP Of Rarities & Live Versions. more
Never Say Die
Colored Vinyl - RR1 3186
Sealed 2016 180gm Limited Grey Vinyl Gatefold Reissue. more
Never Say Die!
New - LP - CMHLP 244
Sealed, Out Of Print, Limited Edition 2001 UK 180gm HQ. more
Never Say Die!
Used - LP - BSK 3186
1978 Promo Copy With Gold Promo Stamp On Front Cover And Custom Inner Sleeve. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Never Say Die!
New - LP - R1 3186
Sealed 180gm Reissue. more
Never Say Die!
New - LP - BSK 3186
Sealed 1978 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. more
Never Say Die!
Used - LP - BSK 3186
1986 US Vinyl Reissue On Cream WB Shield Label, Still In Shrink With Super Saver Series Sticker On Front. Mixed Plant Info In Deadwax. more
Never Say Die!
New Import - BMGRM060LP
Sealed 2020 Reissue On 180gm Vinyl. more
Paranoid
Used - LP - R1 78976
2006 180gm Gatefold Reissue From Rhino Records. Cover Is Crisp By Shows Light Ring/Shelf Wear, Few Tiny Crease Lines At Spine Edge & Small Top Seam Split. more
Paranoid
New - LP - 081227946708
Sealed 2019 180gm Gatefold Reissue. more
Paranoid
Used Import - NEL 6003
Early 80'sUK Reissue Pressing Cut From All Analog Tapes. more
Paranoid
Colored Vinyl - Used - R1 78976
2015 Purple 140gm Vinyl In Gatefold Sleeve. more
Paranoid
New - LP - 081227946708
Sealed 2019 180gm Gatefold Reissue, Identified By The Newer "Warner Records" Branding On Front Cover. Unable To Confirm Pressing Plant Info. more
Paranoid
Used - LP - 1887
1971 Green Label Gatefold 2nd Press. Black Sabbath's second album "Paranoid" is a true masterpiece of heavy rock music. Released in 1970, the album features some of the band's most iconic songs, including "War Pigs," "Iron Man," and the title track "Paranoid." This album marked a turning point in the band's career, as they solidified their signature sound of dark and heavy riffs, haunting vocals, and mystical lyrics. The opening track "War Pigs" sets the tone for the entire album, with its politically charged lyrics and thunderous instrumentation. Meanwhile, "Iron Man" is perhaps the band's most recognizable song, with its unforgettable guitar riff and eerie atmosphere. And the title track "Paranoid" is a punk-infused anthem that perfectly captures the band's rebellious spirit. "Paranoid" masterpiece of heavy metal that will stand the test of time. It is a must-listen for any fan of the genre, and for anyone who appreciates great music. more
Paranoid
New - LP - NEL 6003
Sealed 2011 180gm HD virgin vinyl pressing. Black Sabbath's second album "Paranoid" is a true masterpiece of heavy rock music. Released in 1970, the album features some of the band's most iconic songs, including "War Pigs," "Iron Man," and the title track "Paranoid." This album marked a turning point in the band's career, as they solidified their signature sound of dark and heavy riffs, haunting vocals, and mystical lyrics. The opening track "War Pigs" sets the tone for the entire album, with its politically charged lyrics and thunderous instrumentation. Meanwhile, "Iron Man" is perhaps the band's most recognizable song, with its unforgettable guitar riff and eerie atmosphere. And the title track "Paranoid" is a punk-infused anthem that perfectly captures the band's rebellious spirit. "Paranoid" masterpiece of heavy metal that will stand the test of time. It is a must-listen for any fan of the genre, and for anyone who appreciates great music. more
Paranoid
Used - LP - 6360 011
Stunning 1970 Swirl Label Gatefold Original. There Are No Signs That This Classic Rock LP Has Ever Been On A Turntable. more
Paranoid
Used - LP - WS 1887
Beautiful 1970 Green Label Original Housed In A Gatefold Cover. 1B/1A Stampers. Appears Unplayed. Crisp Corners. more
Paranoid
Used - LP - BSK 3104
Stunnng Late '70s Pressing Housed In A Gatefold Jacket (No Bar Code). Appears Glossy, Unplayed. I'll Take This Over The Reissue And Day, Thank You. JT. more
Paranoid
Used - LP - R1 78976
Mint 180gm Reissue Housed In A Gatefold Cover. more
Paranoid
New - LP - WS 1887
Factory Sealed 1970 Green Label Gatefold Original. Shrink Wrap Has A Few Tears and A Bit Of Wring Wear. Hence The Price. more
Paranoid
New - LP - R1 552927
Sealed 2016 2LP 180gm Gatefold. Includes The Original Album Plus A Full LP Of Bonus Material. "Paranoid Was Not Only Black Sabbath's Most Popular Record (It Was A Number One Smash In The U.K., And "Paranoid" And "Iron Man" Both Scraped The U.S. Charts Despite Virtually Nonexistent Radio Play), It Also Stands As One Of The Greatest And Most Influential Heavy Metal Albums Of All Time. Paranoid Refined Black Sabbath's Signature Sound — Crushingly Loud, Minor-Key Dirges Loosely Based On Heavy Blues-Rock — And Applied It To A Newly Consistent Set Of Songs With Utterly Memorable Riffs, Most Of Which Now Rank As All-Time Metal Classics." — All Music Guide. more
Paranoid
Colored Vinyl - RR1 3104
Sealed, Out Of Print 2016 Limited 180gm Blue Vinyl Gatefold Reissue Pressed At QRP. Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. more
Paranoid
Picture Disc - NEP 6003
1983 UK Picture Disc In A Plastic Wallet. Appears Unplayed. more
Paranoid
Colored Vinyl - R1 78976
Sealed 2015 Limited Edition Purple Vinyl Gatefold Reissue. Released As "Record Of The Month" Vol. 35 For Vinyl Me Please Record Club. Includes A 12” X 12” Art Print By Artist Tim Manthey As Well As A Custom Cocktail Recipe Pairing For The Record. Top Seam Split, Hence Low Price. more
Paranoid
Used - LP - RR1 3104
Out Of Print 2016 Limited 180gm Blue Vinyl Gatefold Reissue Pressed At QRP. Cover Shows Some Crease Marks, Hence Price. more
Paranoid (Super Deluxe)
New - LP - R1 556692
Sealed 2020 50th Anniversary 5LP Super Deluxe Edition Box Set. Comes With The Original Album Remastered, Using The 1974 Stereo Quadradisc Mix, On Lp For The First Time. Also Included Is A 3 LP Collection Featuring Of Two Live Concerts Previously Unreleased On Vinyl: Live In Montreux 1970 & Live In Brussels 1970. In Addition To All This Music Comes A Copy Of Their 1971 Paranoid Tour Book, A 40-page Book With Photos, Artwork, Liner Notes & A Colour Poster. A Truly Incredible Collection! more
Paranoid (Super Deluxe)
New Import - R1 556692
Sealed 2020 50th Anniversary 5LP Super Deluxe Edition Box Set, Imported From Europe. Contains The Original Album Remastered, Using The 1974 Stereo Quadradisc Mix, On Lp For The First Time. Also Included Is A 3 LP Collection Featuring Of Two Live Concerts Previously Unreleased On Vinyl: Live In Montreux 1970 & Live In Brussels 1970. In Addition To All This Music Comes A Copy Of Their 1971 Paranoid Tour Book, A 40-page Book With Photos, Artwork, Liner Notes & A Colour Poster. A Truly Incredible Collection! more
Paranoid / War Pigs / Iron Man / Fairies Wear Boots
Used - 12 - 12NEX01
Rare 1982 4 Song EP Pressed On Clear Virgin Vinyl And Housed In A Picture Sleeve. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Past Lives (Deluxe Edition)
New - LP - R1 552925
Sealed 2016 2LP 180gm Gatefold. Captured During What Many Consider The 'Golden Age' Of Black Sabbath, The Recordings On Past Lives Show A Band Moving Along The Fast Track Like A Runaway Train. This Live Collection Is Both Bombastic And Unrelenting. In Some Respects, Black Sabbath Classics Such As "Sweet Leaf," "Children Of The Grave," "War Pigs" And "Paranoid" Sound Even More Haunting And Powerful On This Set Because Of The Transcendent Live Energy That Pervades These Songs. Slash On Bottom Spine. more
Reunion
New - LP - 19658714621
Sealed 2023 3LP Remastered Reissue, Cut From The Original Source Tapes. Housed In A Beautiful Tri-Fold Jacket. Live From The 1997 Reunion Tour! "Though It Was Conceived As A Mere Cash-in For The Long-awaited Return Of The Original Black Sabbath, 1998's Reunion Is As Close To An Official Live Album As The Band Has Had In Their Historic 30-year Career. 1980's Live At Last Was Released Without Their Permission, And 1982's Live Evil Featured Then-singer Ronnie James Dio. With This In Mind, The Band Must Be Commended On The Excellent Quality Of The Recordings, Which Include Their Most Enduring Classics ("War Pigs," "Paranoid," "Iron Man"), As Well As A Few Surprises ("Dirty Women," "Behind The Wall Of Sleep"), And Were Culled From A Series Of Concerts In Their Native Birmingham In December 1997. The Real Key To This Album, However, Is The Band's Ability To Avoid The Most Common Pitfall Of Live Recordings: Speeding Up The Songs. This Patience Is Crucial, Since Such Sabbath Staples As "Sweet Leaf," "Black Sabbath," And "Snowblind" Owe Much Of Their Unique Personality And Somber Atmospherics To The Band's Trademark "Snail's Pace." "Children Of The Grave" Proves Itself Once Again As One Of The Band's Most Dependable Live Favorites, And The Massive Riffs Of "Into The Void" Are Simply Timeless. The Two Brand New Studio Tracks Are Another Treat For Longtime Fans, And While "Selling My Soul" Is Rather Mundane, "Psycho Man" Is Absolutely Incredible Thanks To Its Slow Intro And Raging Final Riff." AMG - Eduardo Rivadavia. more
Sabbath Bloody Sabbath
New - LP - RR1 2695
Sealed 2022 Limited Edition 180gm Remastered Reissue/Repress, Housed In A Gatefold Cover With Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. "With 1973's Sabbath Bloody Sabbath, Heavy Metal Godfathers Black Sabbath Made A Concerted Effort To Prove Their Remaining Critics Wrong By Raising Their Creative Stakes And Dispensing Unprecedented Attention To The Album's Production Standards, Arrangements, And Even The Cover Artwork. As A Result, Bold New Efforts Like The Timeless Title Track, "A National Acrobat," And "Killing Yourself To Live" Positively Glistened With A Newfound Level Of Finesse And Maturity, While Remaining Largely Faithful, Aesthetically Speaking, To The Band's Signature Compositional Style. In Fact, Their Sheer Songwriting Excellence May Even Have Helped To Ease The Transition For Suspicious Older Fans Left Yearning For The Rough-hewn, Brute Strength That Had Made Recent Triumphs Like Master Of Reality And Vol. 4 (Really, All Their Previous Albums) Such Undeniable Forces Of Nature. But Thanks To Sabbath Bloody Sabbath's Nearly Flawless Execution, Even A More Adventurous Experiment Like The String-laden "Spiral Architect," With Its Tasteful Background Orchestration, Managed To Sound Surprisingly Natural, And In The Dreamy Instrumental "Fluff," Tony Iommi Scored His First Truly Memorable Solo Piece. If Anything, Only The Group's At Times Heavy-handed Adoption Of Synthesizers Met With Inconsistent Consequences, With Erstwhile Yes Keyboard Wizard Rick Wakeman Bringing Only Good Things To The Memorable "Sabbra Cadabra" (Who Know He Was Such A Great Boogie-woogie Pianist?), While The Robotically Dull "Who Are You" Definitely Suffered From Synthesizer Novelty Overkill. All Things Considered, Though, Sabbath Bloody Sabbath Was Arguably Black Sabbath's Fifth Masterpiece In Four Years, And Remains An Essential Item In Any Heavy Metal Collection." AMG - Eduardo Rivadavia. more
Sabbath Bloody Sabbath
Used - LP - BS 2695
Beautiful 1974 Burbank Street Scene Label Original With The Glossy Lyric Insert. 1A/1A Stampers. The Lustrous Vinyl Appears Unplayed. Jacket Has Crisp Corners. more
Sabbath Bloody Sabbath
Used - LP - NEL 6017
Mint Gatefold From Holland. more
Sabbath Bloody Sabbath
New - LP - R1 2695
Sealed 180gm Pressing Cut From The Original Analog Masters. more
Sabbath Bloody Sabbath
Picture Disc - 41012 P
Sealed Limited Edition Picture Disc Pressing Housed In A Clear Sleeve With Custom Hype Sticker. more
Sabbath Bloody Sabbath
New - LP - BS 2695
Factory Sealed 1974 Original With The Original Music Plus Price Tag On The Shrink Wrap. Pristine Copy. more
Sabbath Bloody Sabbath
Used - LP - BS 2695
First 1974 White Label Promo Copy Of This LP We Have Ever Had In Stock. 1A/1A Stampers. LP Appears Unplayed. Also Includes The Insert. more
Sabbath Bloody Sabbath
Used - LP - RR1 2695
Sealed 2016 Limited Edition 180gm Remastered Reissue Housed In A Gatefold Cover With Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. New, Unplayed And Still In Shrink. more
Sabbath Bloody Sabbath
Used - LP - BS 2695
1974 Burbank Street Scene Label Original With The Glossy Lyric Insert. 1A/1A Stampers. Slight Cover Wear. more
Sabotage
Used - LP - BS 2822
Beautiful, 1975 Burbank Street Scene Label Original Featuring Our Ozzy. Cut Corner. Superficial Mark On Side 2 Is Inaudible. 1B/1B Stampers. more
Sabotage
Used - LP - BS 2822
1975 Burbank Street Scene Original. more
Sabotage
Used - LP - NEL 6018
Mint 1980 Black And Silver NEMS Label 2nd Issue. more
Sabotage
New - LP - R1 2822
Sealed 180gm Re-Issue Cut From The Original Analog Master Tapes. more
Sabotage
Picture Disc - 41028 P
Sealed Limited Edition Picture Disc Pressing Housed In A Clear Sleeve With Custom Hype Sticker. more
Sabotage
New - LP - BS 2822
Sealed 1975 Burbank Street Scene Label Original (No Bar Code On Back Cover). Saw Cut. more
Sabotage
Colored Vinyl - New - 2822
Sealed 2016 180gm Limited Translucent Purple Vinyl Gatefold Reissue. more
Seventh Star
Used - LP - 25337
Hard To Find 1986 Original In Shrink Wrap. Small saw Cut. Appears Unplayed. Includes Custom Inner Sleeve. Features Tommy Iommi. more
Seventh Star
Used - LP - 25337-1
1986 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. Gold Promo Stamp On Front Cover. Appears Unplayed. more
Technical Ecstasy
New - LP - BS 2969
Sealed '76 Original. more
Technical Ecstasy
New - CD - CMTCD 029
UK Import Mini LP Card Sleeve. Last 2 Copies. more
Technical Ecstasy
New - LP - R1 2969
Sealed 180gm Reissue Of The 1976 Album. more
Technical Ecstasy
Colored Vinyl - RR1 2969
Sealed 2016 180gm Limited White Vinyl Gatefold Reissue. more
Technical Ecstasy
New Import - BMGRM059LP
Sealed, Latest Run Of The 2015 180gm Reissue. EU Import. "Black Sabbath Was Unraveling At An Alarming Rate Around The Time Of Their Second To Last Album With Original Singer Ozzy Osbourne, 1976's Technical Ecstasy. The Band Was Getting Further And Further From Their Original Musical Path, As They Began Experimenting With Their Trademark Sludge-Metal Sound. While It Was Not As Off-The-Mark As Their Final Album With Osbourne, 1978's Never Say Die, It Was Not On Par With Sabbath's Exceptional First Five Releases. The Most Popular Song Remains The Album Closer, "Dirty Women," Which Was Revived During The Band's Highly Successful Reunion Tour Of The Late '90s. Other Standouts Include The Funky "All Moving Parts (Stand Still)" And The Raging Opener, "Back Street Kids." The Melodic "It's Alright" Turns Out To Be The Album's Biggest Surprise -- It's One Of Drummer Bill Ward's Few Lead Vocal Spots With The Band (Guns N' Roses Covered The Unlikely Track On Their 1999 Live Set, Live Era 1987-1993)." AMG Review By Greg Prato. more
The Best
Used - LP - STAR 301
Australian 12 Track Best Of Collection Covering The First Six Albums. Vinyl Appears Unplayed. more
The Best
Used - LP - STAR 301
Beautiful 1983 Australia Only Vinyl Rarity Housed In A Laminated Jacket. more
The Best
Used - LP - STAR 301
Beautiful 1983 Australia Only Vinyl Rarity Housed In A Laminated Jacket. more
Turn Up The Night
Picture Disc - Used - SAB P 612
1981 UK Picture Disc In Plastic Wallet. Appears Unplayed. more
Tyr
Used - LP - EIRSA 1038
Rare 1990 UK Vinyl. more
Ultimate Collection
New - LP - 558485
Sealed 2017 Limited Edition 4LP Box Set. The Ultimate Collection Is Curated In Conjunction With The Band. The 31-Track Collection Features The Band’s Classic Songs Including Paranoid, Iron Man, War Pigs, N.I.B. And The Wizard As Well As Choice Cuts From Their Classic Albums And Is The Definitive Accompaniment For All Sabbath Fans As Well As Those With A Love Of Hard Rock. more
Unorthodox
New - LP - IMP 1-29
Sealed Live Album Featuring Tracks Recorded In 1978 At Legion Stadium, Pennsylvania And In 1975 At The Sports Arena In Philadelphia. more
Vinyl Collection
New - LP - 3715308
Sealed 2012 Limited Edition Box Set Containing Nine 180gm LPs, A 7" And A Hard Bound Book Of Tour Programmes. The Nine LPs Are "Black Sabbath," "Paranoid," "Master Of Reality," "Volume 4," "Sabbath Bloody Sabbath," "Sabotage," "Technical Ecstasy," "Never Say Die" And "Live At Last." The 7" Features Their Debut Single "Evil Woman" Plus The Non-Album B-Side "Wicked World." more
Vol 4
Used - LP - NEL 6005
Mint Gatefold From Holland. All Analogue. more
Vol 4
Used Import - CMHLP179
2001 180gm UK Reissue In Gatefold With 4 Page Insert. Sticker On Cover. more
Vol 4
Used Import - 641011
2005 140gm Clear Vinyl Reissue In Gatefold. Black Sabbath's "Vol. 4," Released In 1972, This Landmark Album Showcases The Band's Musical Evolution And Creativity. Building On Their Signature Heavy Sound, The Album Explores New Territories And Pushes Boundaries. With Tracks Like "Supernaut" And "Snowblind," "Vol. 4" Demonstrates Black Sabbath's Ability To Create Powerful And Haunting Music. The Band's Instrumentation, From Tony Iommi's Intricate Guitar Riffs To Geezer Butler's Thunderous Bass Lines And Bill Ward's Dynamic Drumming, Shines Throughout The Album. The Production Of "Vol. 4" Is Notable For Its Crisp And Well-Balanced Sound. Each Instrument Is Given Space To Shine, While The Heavy Atmosphere Is Maintained. The Album's Songs Display A Range Of Emotions, From The Dark And Menacing To The Introspective And Reflective. Released At A Time When Black Sabbath Was Solidifying Their Status As One Of The Most Influential Bands In Rock History, "Vol. 4" Further Cemented Their Place In The Heavy Metal Genre. The Album's Impact Can Still Be Felt Today, As It Continues To Inspire And Influence Generations Of Musicians. more
Vol. 4
Used - LP - BS 2602
Beautiful 1972 Green Label Gatefold Original. 1A/1A Stampers. Light Crease On Top Right Corner Of Jacket. more
Vol. 4
New - LP - Nel 6005
Sealed UK 180gm Virgin Vinyl Import. more
Vol. 4
New - LP - R1 2602
Sealed, Out Of Print 2011 180gm Black Vinyl Gatefold Reissue Cut From The Original Analog Masters. more
Walpurgis The Peel Session 1970
New - LP - SR 001
Sealed 5 Track Import Featuring 4 Songs Recorded For John Peel's Radio Show On April 26, 1970 And 1 Song From An Unreleased Demo From 1969. more
We Sold Our Soul For Rock 'N' Roll
New - LP - 2BS 2923
Sealed 1976. Barcode on back. RCA Record Club Edition 2LP Gatefold. No Saw Cuts Or Deletion Holes. more
We Sold Our Soul For Rock 'N' Roll
New - LP - 2BS 2923
Factory Sealed 1976 2LP Gatefold Original. Compiles Tracks From Their Prime Ozzy Years. more
We Sold Our Soul For Rock 'N' Roll
New - LP - R1 2923
Sealed 2LP Gatefold Reissue With Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. Compiles Tracks From Their Prime Ozzy Years. more
We Sold Our Soul For Rock 'N' Roll
Used - LP - 2BS 2923
1976 2LP Burbank Street Scene Label Original Housed In A Gatefold Cover With Shrink Wrap Intact. Both LPs Appear Glossy, Unplayed. more
We Sold Our Soul For Rock 'N' Roll
Used - LP - 2BS 2923
1976 2LP Burbank Street Scene Label Original Housed In A Gatefold Cover. Both LPs Appear Glossy, Unplayed. more
We Sold Our Soul For Rock 'N' Roll
Used - LP - 2BS 2923
RCA Record Club Edition 2LP Gatefold. LPs Appear Virtually Unplayed. Jacket Is NM-. more
We Sold Our Soul For Rock 'N' Roll
New - LP - RR1 2923
Sealed 2018 2LP 180gm remastered reissue. Custom hype sticker on shrink. The classic 1976 compilation! more

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