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Release date: 25 September 1972
Style: Doom metal, Heavy metal, Hard rock

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8.4 | 587 votes

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01. Wheels Of Confusion/The Straightener
02. Tomorrow's Dream
03. Changes
04. FX
05. Supernaut
06. Snowblind
07. Cornucopia
08. Laguna Sunrise
09. St. Vitus' Dance
10. Under The Sun/Every Day Comes And Goes

Top 20 albums of 1972: 4

Lyrics (8)

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Vod52 - 02.03.2012 at 19:19  
Rating: 7 Not the best of black sabbath
JohnDoe - 03.03.2012 at 03:10  
 
Written by Vod52 on 02.03.2012 at 19:19

Not the best of black sabbath


I disagree, this album is one of Black Sabbath's best works; the only weak song is Changes.
JohnDoe - 03.03.2012 at 19:42  
 
Written by yanivush147 on 03.03.2012 at 19:38

I think it is the less perfect album Of Sabbath but yet a great one.


nothing and nobody is perfect; "perfect" is not a word I would use to describe music or whatever.
musicalkaratekid - 11.04.2012 at 22:50  
Rating: 8 It's not exactly as striking as their three previous albums, but it certainly still has the relevant themes that haunted the band's earlier records, and also the ones that usually co-operate with traditional doom metal. However, i love how different the band sound compared to earlier releases, as 'Wheels of confusion...' and 'Under the Sun...' work brilliantly in my opinion. One for those who prefer Black Sabbath's more laidback moments...
megadeath13 - 20.11.2012 at 18:56  
  Its as brilliant as the others really. I dont understand why its so underrated. Changes is one of the best ballads ever written and Songs like Tomorrows dream, Snowblind or Supernaut belong to Sabbaths finest.When i listen to this album, i always feel like, im lying on a beach, on a hot summer day
SlaytanicGonzo - 15.04.2013 at 00:42  
Rating: 10 Giving this album any other thing than a "10" is blasphemy
metrockicka - 20.04.2013 at 18:39  
Rating: 9 It's a Little weaker from the 2 previous masterpiece records but it's still great,specially SNOWBLIND,it's one of my classic songs ever!!!:banger:
Ace Frawley - 22.04.2013 at 06:22  
Rating: 8
Written by metrockicka on 20.04.2013 at 18:39

It's a Little weaker from the 2 previous masterpiece records but it's still great,specially SNOWBLIND,it's one of my classic songs ever!!!:banger:


Yep, "Snowblind" is a classic song, no doubt. Subject matter is pretty lame though - it's just about doing cocaine. From all accounts, the boys were pretty heavily into at this stage of their lives. The party was in full swing but it has to end at some stage.
Azarath - 23.04.2013 at 17:17  
Rating: 9 It's a delightfully messy record. Love those massive riffs in "Under The Sun".
Passenger - 30.06.2013 at 01:53  
Rating: 9 The best out of their first 4.
Bad English - 10.07.2013 at 12:44  
  This is more blues, totally they lost touch whit ''real BS doom sound'' what band had at begging, still we can hear little doom, but more blues, hard rock, HM sound and seems band start to experiment whit a sound
Was this 1th album what band recorded under drugs?
Marcel Hubregtse - 10.07.2013 at 12:52  
Rating: 9
Written by Bad English on 10.07.2013 at 12:44

This is more blues, totally they lost touch whit ''real BS doom sound'' what band had at begging, still we can hear little doom, but more blues, hard rock, HM sound and seems band start to experiment whit a sound
Was this 1th album what band recorded under drugs?


Their debut was way more blues than this one and Black Sabbath have never been truly doom anyway, just a couple of songs can be regarded as proto-doom.
Bad English - 10.07.2013 at 13:00  
 
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 10.07.2013 at 12:52

Written by Bad English on 10.07.2013 at 12:44

This is more blues, totally they lost touch whit ''real BS doom sound'' what band had at begging, still we can hear little doom, but more blues, hard rock, HM sound and seems band start to experiment whit a sound
Was this 1th album what band recorded under drugs?


Their debut was way more blues than this one and Black Sabbath have never been truly doom anyway, just a couple of songs can be regarded as proto-doom.


Yes also true, but Paranoid and BS was more ''proto doon'' also bluesy more ''heavier'' then rest of they/thay work whit Ozzy ,
This seems more ''calmer'' to me

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