Black Sabbath- Vol. 4- Supernaut

Black Sabbath- Vol. 4- Supernaut

Black Sabbath - Master of Reality

Black Sabbath - Master of Reality

Black Sabbath's 'Master of Reality' Album Released 1971 Master of Reality was recorded at Island Studios, in London, during February and April 1971. The album was produced by Rodger Bain, who had also produced Black Sabbath's previous two albums.

Black Sabbath - Supernaut HD

Black Sabbath - Supernaut HD

Great song by Black Sabbath. I don't own any rights to this song.

BLACK SABBATH (1972) - Wheels Of Confusion

BLACK SABBATH (1972) - Wheels Of Confusion

song by English rock band Black Sabbath which was released on their fourth studio album Vol. 4, released in September 1972.

Black Sabbath - Paranoid (Full Album)

Black Sabbath - Paranoid (Full Album)

'Paranoid' is the second studio album from Black Sabbath. Released in September 1970, it was the band's only LP to top the UK Albums Chart until the release of the '13' album in 2013. Paranoid contains several of the band's signature songs, including "Iron Man", "War Pigs" and the title track, which was the band's only Top 20 hit, reaching number 4 in the UK charts. It is often cited as the most influential album in the development of the entire heavy metal genre.

The Eternl Idols Episode 4 : Black Sabbath - Volume 4

The Eternl Idols Episode 4 : Black Sabbath - Volume 4

Ralph Viera (Dr.Fukk) from the band Thrash Or Die(http://www.facebook.com/thrashordie.fl) reviews the Black Sabbth discography. Black Sabbath Vol. 4 (often shortened to Volume 4) is the fourth album by the British heavy metal band Black Sabbath, released in September 1972. The album was originally to be titled Snowblind, after one of several songs referring to cocaine use, and features several Sabbath classics, such as "Tomorrow's Dream," "Snowblind," "Supernaut" and "Changes." n June 1972, Black Sabbath reconvened in Los Angeles, California to begin work on their fourth album at the Record Plant Studios. The recording process was plagued with problems, many due to substance abuse issues. While struggling to record the song "Cornucopia" after "sitting in the middle of the room, just doing drugs", Bill Ward feared that he was about to be fired from the band. "I hated the song, there were some patterns that were just horrible" Ward said. "I nailed it in the end, but the reaction I got was the cold shoulder from everybody. It was like 'Well, just go home, you're not being of any use right now.' I felt like I'd blown it, I was about to get fired".However, the seeds were planted for what would eventually be the demise of the classic Sabbath lineup. As Butler told Guitar World in 2001, "Yeah, the cocaine had set in. We went out to L.A. and got into a totally different lifestyle. Half the budget went on the coke and the other half went to seeing how long we could stay in the studio...We rented a house in Bel-Air and the debauchery up there was just unbelievable." In the same interview Ward opined, "Yes, Vol. 4 is a great album but listening to it now, I can see it as a turning point for me, where the alcohol and drugs stopped being fun." Volume 4 demonstrates Black Sabbath beginning to experiment with the heavy sound they had become known for. Although some songs are in their trademark style, others demonstrate a soft, orchestral approach. This is exemplified by the song "Changes". Written by Tony Iommi, it is entirely in the form of a piano ballad with mellotron. Although the band had used piano on some songs previously, it had played only a minor role in the songs. At least two songs on the album reference the use of cocaine. The lyrics and title of "Snowblind" is an example of this. The song "Snowblind" also had to be re-recorded because the original version features Osbourne yelling the word "cocaine!" after each verse. On the officially released version, "cocaine" is whispered quite audibly after the first verse, approximately 41 seconds into the song (During live performances Osbourne would again scream the word at the top of his lungs). The album cover features a monochrome photograph of Ozzy Osbourne with hands raised, taken during a Black Sabbath concert. The album's original release (on Vertigo in the UK, on Warner Bros. in the US and on Nippon Phonogram in Japan) features a gatefold sleeve with a page glued into the middle. Each band member is given their own photo page, with the band on-stage (and photographed from behind) at the very centre. The reissues on WWA and NEMS duplicated both the gatefold sleeve and, unusually, the pages. The album's cover art has proved iconic, and is parodied on the 1992 Peaceville Volume 4, the 1992 Volume Two EP by the band Sleep, and the 2007 album Vol. 1 by the band Church of Misery. In the liner notes of Volume 4, Black Sabbath thank "the great COKE-Cola Company," another blatant drug reference.[3] Also during the Volume 4 era, bassist Geezer Butler sported a sticker on his white bass that stated "Enjoy CoCaine", a parody of the slogan "Enjoy CocaCola. Volume 4 was released in September 1972, and while critics of the era were again dismissive of the album, it achieved gold status in less than a month, and was the band's fourth consecutive release to sell one million copies in the United States. It reached number 13 on Billboard's pop album chart. The song "Tomorrow's Dream" was released as a single but failed to chart.Following an extensive tour of the US, the band toured Australia for the first time in 1973, and later Europe. Black Sabbath also appeared on the UK's Top of the Pops in 1973, sharing the stage with such diverse acts as Engelbert Humperdinck and Diana Ross. The album had been reissued twice as a budget release called Children of the Grave with a live version of said song. In June 2000, Q magazine (6/00, p. 69) placed Volume 4 at number 60 in its list of The 100 Greatest British Albums Ever and described the album as "the sound of drug-taking, beer-guzzling hooligans from Britain's oft-pilloried cultural armpit let loose in LA." In an interview with Q magazine, Beck Hansen named the "Supernaut" riff as his all time favourite, equal with Neil Young's "Cinnamon Girl"; Frank Zappa had also identified that song as one of his all time favorites

Power Metal Collection Vol.4

Power Metal Collection Vol.4

Power Metal Collection Vol.4 TRACKLIST 01. FREEDOM CALL - MY DYING PARADISE 0:00 02. EMERALD SUN - THEATER OF PAIN 4:47 03. GAMMA RAY - GARDENS OF THE SINNER 9:29 04. TWILIGHT FORCE - TWILIGHT HORIZON 15:27 05. HAMMERFALL - HAMMERFALL 20:27 06. HELLOWEEN - YEARS 25:15 07. HOLY KNIGHTS - GLASS ROOM 29:41 08. THE STORYTELLER - THE UNKNOWN 35:00 09. DRAGONFORCE - CRY OF THE BRAVE 40:38 10. GLORY OPERA - ENDLESS SIN 46:25 11. RHAPSODY - POWER OF THE DRAGONFLAME 53:34 12. UNISONIC - YOUR TIME HAS COME 58:02 13. GALDERIA - GODS OF LIGHT 1:03:06 14. STRATOVARIUS - FOREVER IS TODAY 1:06:49 15. MELODIUS DEITE - LAND OF FANTASY 1:11:31 16. ANGRA - CARRY ON 1:20:37 17. SONATA ARCTICA - THE REST OF THE SUN BELONGS TO ME 1:26:55 18. MORIFADE - IN MARTYRIA 1:31:20 19. AVANTASIA - WASTELANDS 1:36:27 20. SABATON - PRIMO VICTORIA 1:41:11 ________________________________________________________________ *ALL CREDIT I GIVE TO THE POWER METAL BANDS AROUND THE WORLD AND THEIR RECORD LABEL* ________________________________________________________________ Source Artwork https://goo.gl/5louIx Facebook https://www.facebook.com/PowerMetalCollection/ ________________________________________________________________ *NOTE* this video i not to say best collection but it's my fav songs collection and i hope you like it same ________________________________________________________________

5 Hours of Underrated Rock Music From the 70s

5 Hours of Underrated Rock Music From the 70s

Damn, this was difficult. I don't know how many hours I've spent on this little rock mix. Just to narrow it down to "only" 5 hours was really fucking hard to do. This video could easily been 20 hours+, there's no shortages of great rock music from the 70s. So this all about the lesser known bands from the 70s. The ones that lurked in the shadows of Black Sabbath, Deep Purple and Led Zeppelin. Even bands like Pentagram and Budgie was axed from this list because I thought they was too "famous". I love all the bands I just mention but this video will focus on the ones most people missed out on. Small facts (Artist, Song, Album,Year, Country) will appear at the beginning and end of each song, just like MTV did it back in the days. There is over 500 pictures in the video, including album covers and pictures of all the bands. Most pictures I used was snagged from Discogs. A few of them are from my own vinyl collection. I've also included random facts or storys about some of the bands, they will roll at the bottom of the screen now and when. A few songs are from the late 60s but the majority is from the 70s. You'll find a complete tracklist in the comment section below including timestamps and links to the bands. I hope most of you gonna enjoy this rock mix. I think it turned out pretty decent. If the video receives positive feedback I'll make another one in the future. Have fun and please support the artists if possible. If the video dosen't start when playing this on your phone, try this link instead: http://safeYouTube.net/w/vhrc ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Here are some other ways to support my channel: https://www.facebook.com/UnderratedAlbum https://www.instagram.com/UnderratedAlbums https://www.patreon.com/UnderratedAlbums ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- I do not own any copyrights to this music. If the artist, record label or any copyright owners thinks I'm a fucking asshole for putting this on Youtube, please let me know and I'll remove it. I only uploaded this because I want to spread something I liked, I have no intention on taking credit for someone else's hard work.

Black Sabbath "Sabbra Cadabra"

Black Sabbath "Sabbra Cadabra"

Black Sabbath - Sabbra Cadabra Album: Sabbath Bloody Sabbath Year: 1973 Lyrics: Feel so good I feel so fine Love that little lady always on my mind She gives me lovin' every night and day Never gonna leave her Never going away Someone to love me You know she makes me feel alright Someone who needs me Love me every single night Feel so happy since I met that girl When we're making love It's something out of this world Feels so good to know that she's all mine Going to love that woman till the end of time Someone to live for Love me till the end of time Makes me feel happy Good to know that she's all mine Lovely lady make love all night long Lovely lady never do me no wrong I don't wanna leave ya I never wanna leave ya Anymore no more Lovely lady Mystifying eyes Lovely lady She don't tell me no lies I know I'll never leave ya I'm never gonna leave ya Anymore no more

SABATON - The Lost Battalion (OFFICIAL LYRIC VIDEO)

SABATON -  The Lost Battalion   (OFFICIAL LYRIC VIDEO)

Taken from the album 'THE LAST STAND'! Get it here: http://nblast.de/SabatonLastStandNB 'THE LAST STAND' is out worldwide on Nuclear Blast! ORDER IT HERE: Nuclear Blast: http://nblast.de/SabatonLastStandNB FOLLOW Sabaton: Follow: https://twitter.com/sabaton‎ Like: http://facebook.com/sabaton Watch: http://www.youtube.com/Sabaton

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