Black Sabbath – Sabbath Bloody Sabbath
Released on probably the best moment of their career, After their debut self-titled, Paranoid, Master Of Reality and Vol4 comes one of the greatest albums ever released in the history of metal music. Sabbath Bloody Sabbath.
The album was recorded on September 1973 and was released the first of December of that same year. God damn! how I wanted to have lived in the 70s!.
Track by track – Sabbath Bloody Sabbath
Sabbath Bloody Sabbath
This is one of the most (pleasant) unexpected fat riffs I have ever heard. The song starts the first minutes with an almost ballad sound. And then! buuummm!!! The fat riff strikes into your face! I imagine a fat guy headbanging while listening to this…
A National Acrobat
If the previous song was a fat guy headbanging in this occasion the change of rhythm if for a fairy (or princess) to dance freely.
This song starts quietly, and it sounds like the perfect one to play when you’re going camping with your family. nice touch for balancing the decibels and distortion
This one starts with a very electrifying guitar since the first second. You can feel the electricity entering your body with just listening to it. Here you can tell that Black Sabbath was a band that always experiment with new things (2:20), making them better than average.
Killing Yourself To Live
If you’re having problems in your like listen to the riff of this song. (video) that just makes me chill and to know that everything is going to be ok. If this does not work for you Ozzy will suggest you try a better alternative
Who Are You?
If you have the chance to listen to this sound through a good pair of headphones do it!
Looking For Today
Enough with psychedelic sounds. It is time for going to the beach. This is for some reason one of the most humans songs of Sabbath in my opinion and every time I listen to it I get emotional.
This song talks about maintaining hope in this world, which is slowly tearing apart. The title of it refers to the human DNA. This ending song has a quote that I would like to highlight “Watching eyes of celluloid. Tell you how to live” this refers to the people that sit in front of their TVs and do nothing productive, they are slaves of a machine.
My verdict of Sabbath Bloody Sabbath
This is one of my favorite Sabbath’s album. One particular thing of hearing a Sabbath album is that the music is so catchy that it will stay in your head days after been played. It is simple, but it just works and works very well.
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