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Black Sabbath began work on their sixth album in February 1975, again in England at Morgan Studios in Willesden, London. They had a decisive vision to differ the sound from their previous album Sabbath Bloody Sabbath. Guitarist Tony Iommi, who produced the album, said that "We could've continued and gone on and on, getting more technical, using orchestras and everything else which we didn't particularly want to. We took a look at ourselves, and we wanted to do a rock… read more



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  • Avatar for RiffM4chine
    Experimental progressive thrash heavy doom metal
  • Avatar for neodude991
    Tough choice but best Sabbath album for me. Megalomania, Thrill of it All and The Writ just snatch it over Paranoid and MOR.
  • Avatar for PistolPeteMatty
    This is totally a progressive rock album and no one can ever convince me otherwise.
  • Avatar for Doppz
    I think it's a good album, not as good as their first four.
  • Avatar for Peace_Sells86
    Underrated album when put up against the classic first 6 albums.
  • Avatar for samiskywalker
    One of my very firsts LP's ! -Gents and Ladies there is no commercial music here ! [2] I fucking agree with you, dude.
  • Avatar for cyclonnl
    I think Supertzar is one of the stand-out tracks on this record. I do agree on Am I Going Insane a little, it's kinda cheesy.
  • Avatar for Gaffes
    Sabotage would've been amazing if they had left out "Supertzar" and "Am I going Insane (Radio)", in my opinion these two tracks don't measure up with the rest of the album.
  • Avatar for MisterJunior
    This seems to be incredibly underrated. Critics will tell you that only Paranoid is good or only the debut or only Master of Reality or sometimes some combination of the three, many "fans" will tell you only the first four are any good, etc., but at any rate Sabotage stacks up favorably against their best material. How can anyone record with shitkickers like "Hole in the Sky" and the classic "Symptom of the Universe" not rule? "Megalomania" is a great Sabbath epic as well, and "Am I Going Insane" and "The Thrill of It All" are quite good as well. Really a very good album from start to finish, with the whole band sounding energetic and committed. This is one of Ozzy's better performances, IMO.
  • Avatar for wotan343
    the first shudderings of thrash

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