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Black Sabbath - Master Of Reality (180g, Embossed)

Black Sabbath - Master Of Reality (180g, Embossed)
Black Sabbath - Master Of Reality (180g, Embossed)
€21.00 
Format: Vinyl (LP) 
Availability: Out Of Stock (Contact Us to know when this product will be available again)
Label (Code): Rhino Records (R1 2562)
Special Attributes: 180g Vinyl, Embossed cover, Includes poster
Release Date: 1971 (2010)
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"...Black Sabbath's third album and the first real stoner rock record that counts" (Originally released in 1971)

Master of Reality is the third album by the British heavy metal band Black Sabbath, originally released in 1971 and now available on 180 Gram vinyl. 'With Paranoid, Black Sabbath perfected the formula for their lumbering heavy metal. On its follow-up, Master of Reality, the group merely repeated the formula, setting the stage for a career of recycling the same sounds and riffs. But on Master of Reality Sabbath still were fresh and had a seemingly endless supply of crushingly heavy riffs to bludgeon their audiences into sweet, willing oblivion. If the album is a showcase for anyone, it is Tony Iommi, who keeps the album afloat with a series of slow, loud riffs, the best of which - "Sweet Leaf" and "Children of the Grave" among them - rank among his finest playing. Taken in tandem with the more consistent Paranoid, Master of Reality forms the core of Sabbath's canon. There are a few stray necessary tracks scattered throughout the group's other early-'70s albums, but Master of Reality is the last time they delivered a consistent album and its influence can be heard throughout the generations of heavy metal bands that followed.' (All Music Guide)

Track List (Listen in full the album)

A1 Sweet Leaf    
A2 After Forever        
A3 Embryo    
A4 Children Of The Grave        

B1 Orchid        
B2 Lord Of This World        
B3 Solitude        
B4 Into The Voi

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