Black Sabbath
Master of Reality

  1 x LP   180grs   33⅓rpm   

( 1971 ) - 2015 EU reissue HQ vinyl LP- Black Sabbath's first two releases, Black Sabbath and Paranoid, were more than groundbreaking, they were earth-shattering, exposing the public to a brutal new form of noise pollution termed heavy metal. But it was t

Label:  Sanctuary Records ‎ 
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Release date: 25-04-2015(originally released in 1971)

2015 EU reissue 180gram HQ vinyl LP-Black Sabbath's first two releases, Black Sabbath and Paranoid, were more than groundbreaking, they were earth-shattering, exposing the public to a brutal new form of noise pollution termed heavy metal. But it was the band's third album, Master of Reality, that cemented the group as blackened wizards of doom and gloom. Just listen to the echoing cough and sludgy guitar riff of the opening track "Sweet Leaf" and compare it to anything that existed at the time. Not only were Black Sabbath heavier than Deep Purple or Vanilla Fudge, they were also more experimental and controversial, exploring themes of darkness, drugs, and depravity that others dared not address. The heaviest and most influential disc of Black Sabbath's career, Master of Reality featured proto-metal sludge like "Children of the Grave" and "After Forever," which served as a blueprint for a legion of musicians including '90s Nirvana, Soundgarden, and Smashing Pumpkins.

Tracks:
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 Void

would influence not onlu fute metal spawn but even the sound of Nirvanao Rolling stones 500 greatest albums of all time

As irreducible as he bottmless sea the everlasting sky and the mortal soul The rumblin sludge of heaby metal was inevitable lying in long wait to be introduced by Black Sabbath I

Discs: 1
Drager(LP,EP,12,7,CD): LP
Qual(120grs,150grs,180grs): 180grs
Speed(33,45): 33
Label: Sanctuary Records ‎
Originally released: 1970
This release: 2015
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