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An English heavy metal band from Birmingham, England. Formed in 1968 by Ozzy
Osbourne, Tony Iommi, Geezer Butler, and Bill Ward, the band has experienced
multiple changes, with a total of twenty-two former members. Originally formed
as a heavy blues-rock band was named Earth, the band began incorporating occult
and horror inspired libretto with tuned down guitars, varying their name to
Black Sabbath and releasing numerous gold and platinum records in the 1970s.
As one of the most powerful heavy metal bands of all time, Black Sabbath helped
identify the type with releases such as 1970's quadruple platinum Paranoid.
Black Sabbath has sold more than 100 million albums worldwide, and were ranked
number one on MTV's Greatest Metal Bands countdown. Ozzy Osbourne was excited
from the band in 1979, and while firstly replaced by former Rainbow vocalist
Ronnie James Dio, Black Sabbath would see a rotating lineup in the 1980s and
1990s that integrated vocalists Ian Gillan, Glenn Hughes, Ray Gillen.
The unique lineup reunited with Osbourne in 1997 and released a live album,
Reunion, which spawned the Grammy Award-winning single "Iron Man" in 2000.
At this time, the early 1980s line up featuring Iommi, Butler, Dio, and Vinny
Appice are recording a new album under the autograph Heaven and Hell, a title
taken from the 1980 Black Sabbath song and album of the same name.
Sabbath Musical styleBlack Sabbath have gone through many lineups and stylistic changes, their
original music paying attention on threatening lyrics and doomy music, often
making use of the musical tritone, also called the "devil's interval".
Reputation as a harsh contrast to well-liked music of the early 1970s, Black
Sabbath's dark sound was dismissed by rock critics of the era, and the band
acknowledged virtually no airplay on rock radio.
Tony Iommi wrote the majority of Black Sabbath's music, while Osbourne would
write vocal melodies. Bassist Geezer Butler would write lyrics. The procedure
was from time to time frustrating for Iommi, who often felt pressured to come up
with new material.
Near the beginning Black Sabbath albums feature tuned-down guitars, contributed
to the dark feel of the music. In 1966, previous to forming Black Sabbath,
guitarist Tony Iommi suffered a freak misfortune while running in a sheet metal
factory, lose the tips of two fingers on his right hand. Iommi almost gave up
music, but was urged by a friend to pay attention to Django Reinhardt, a jazz
guitarist who lost the use of two fingers. Encouraged by Reinhardt, Iommi
produced two thimbles made of plastic and leather to cap off his absent fingers.
The guitarist began using lighter strings, and detuning his guitar in 1971, to
improved grip the strings with his prosthetics; a move which unintentionally
gave the music a darker feel".
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Black Sabbath Iron Man Classic Rock T-Shirt
Black Sabbath Iron Man Hooded Sweatshirt
Black Sabbath 1986 Tour Vintage Rock T-Shirt
Black Sabbath Iron Man Long Sleeve T-Shirt
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Black Sabbath Red Cross Classic Rock T-Shirt
Black Sabbath Toddler T-Shirt
Black Sabbath World Tour Classic Rock T-Shirt
Black Sabbath Members Current line-up
• Ozzy Osbourne - vocals (1969–1979, 1997-present)
• Tony Iommi - guitar (1969-present)
• Geezer Butler - bass (1969–1984, 1990–1994, 1997-present)
• Bill Ward - drums (1969–1980, 1983, 1984, 1994, 1997–98, 1998-present)
Black Sabbath Discography
• Black Sabbath (1970)
• Paranoid (1970)
• Master of Reality (1971)
• Black Sabbath, Vol. 4 (1972)
• Sabbath Bloody Sabbath (1973)
• Sabotage (1975)
• Technical Ecstasy (1976)
• Never Say Die! (1978)
• Heaven and Hell (1980)
• Mob Rules (1981)
• Born Again (1983)
• Seventh Star (1986)
• The Eternal Idol (1987)
• Headless Cross (1989)
• Tyr (1990)
• Dehumanizer (1992)
• Cross Purposes (1994)
• Forbidden (1995)
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