Shipping Destinations for this item
- 1. Black Sabbath
- 2. Wizard
- 3. Behind the Wall of Sleep
- 4. Nib
- 5. Evil Woman
- 6. Sleeping Village
- 7. Warning
The debut album for Black Sabbath. Not only was this Ozzy Osbourne's first foray into the music world, but it pretty much single-handedly invented heavy metal. Great songs, a great 70s vibe (as you would expect as this was released in 1970) all topped off with Ozzy's shrill vocals. His range was much improved back in the days, these days his vocals sound shot compared to this album.
Tony Iommi's riff fest was only in the embryonic stages here, later to be improved upon in the coming albums, but you can deny the impact this had on people when it originally came out - it actually scared people as they thought the band were a bunch of devil worshippers!
A great, doomy, album filled with great tracks and memorable tunes. A classic in every sense of the word.