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Discussion in 'Divebomb Records' started by Mr. Lapin Kulta, Apr 19, 2013.

  1. Mr. Lapin Kulta

    Mr. Lapin Kulta Evil invader

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    So what do you guys think of the new Sabbath single? I gotta say I like it. A bit uneventful perhaps but the riffage is cool. I just wish the up-tempo riff that kicks in at 6:23 would've been more prominent in the song.
     
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    Pretty good. The middle part sounds just like old classic SABBATH.
     
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    Mr. Lapin Kulta Evil invader

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    Indeed it does and lovely it is :) I just wish Ozzy's voice could loose 40 years in a stroke of magic. His youthful nasality is what made the early Sabbath material so fucking good. That and the masterful riffs and groove of corpse :Smokedev:
     
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    I agree - I dont think the vocals do the music justice. Ozzy just doesnt mix with the music well. I think the Who Cares material is better overall.
     
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    J. Golden Heaven and Hell Records

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    I have not heard it yet myself. Personally I lost interest with Black Sabbath with the suckage that is 'Forbidden" And nothing since has been much better. I think the reason people raved Heaven and Hell was simply due to who it was, not what came of it (the band).
    But what is causing me to scratch my head here is thinking of Nietzsche and the moronic ramblings of Ozzy.:err:
     
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    Mr. Lapin Kulta Evil invader

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    :lol:

    Personally I though Forbidden had some awesome tunes, like Rusty Angels and Can't Get Close Enough. The same goes for the H&H album. Not great albums by any means though.
     
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    I think the H&H album is killer...

    "GID?" is a cool song too...sounds like Sabbath.
     
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    'Forbidden' was a hard pill to swallow. I think it showed that it was bnow certainly time to put away the name Sabbath for good. I like everything up to that point even the Deep Purple album. Well I was not to crazy about 'Dehumanizer' and as much as I like Dio did not care to much for anything beyond 'Lock Up the Wolves' including the Sab and H&H stuff. As for Ozzy as Ozzy or with Sabbath; well Ozzy really should be put out of his misery at this point, watching him is like seeing one of those animal abuse commericals with Sarah McLaughlin playing in the background.

    Still people will always be curious about the next Sabbath, the next Ozzy etc, it is like morbid curiosity or something.
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    ey there is a small chance it could be good, but that last time those guys got together they basically turned out just another crappy Ozzy song.
     
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    Bill Ward? no listen, no f**king care ever.
     
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    TribunalRecords Record Label(s)/Vocalist

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    oh and the best Sabbath is the DIO Sabbath. i don't care about fighting but Heaven & Hell is best Sabbath album released. Ozzy cannot hold Dio's chalice. F**k Sharon.
     
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    AMEN! I thought I was the only person who felt this way, and you have no idea how much shit I've endured over the years when I've expressed this opinion. :kickass:
     
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    Can't agree on DIO Sabbath bering the best Sabbath, although I fuckin' love "H&H", "Mob Rules" and "Dehumanizer"! Just because I love making lists I will do my Sabbath-discography list, right here - right now :cool:

    1. Sabbath Bloody Sabbath (in my top 10 - all albums, all genres, all time)
    2. Headless Cross
    3. Mob Rules
    4. Master of Reality
    5. Vol 4
    6. Heaven & Hell
    7. Cross Purposes
    8. Tyr
    9. Sabotage
    10. Dehumanizer
    11. Born Again
    12. Black Sabbath
    13. Technical Exctasy
    14. The Eternal Idol
    15. Forbidden
    16. Paranoid
    17. Seventh Star
    18. Never Say Die
     
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    We can always disagree. They are always two Sabbath camps. Sharon has just screwed this current Sabbath up with greed.
     
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    :kickass:
     
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    I agree that it why that is the album on my album.
    But in fairness it was two different bands in sound.
     
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    :lol::lol::lol:
     
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    The Dio era is definitely my favorite, but best...man, that's hard to say. Both eras were (and still are, really) hugely influential.
     
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    Influence aside, nobody can question or undermine the influence of the original Sabbath, the Dio-era of the band was, IMO, a HUGE step forward in musicality...having a 4th member who could play an instrument, arrange & write lyrics as opposed to a singer who did nothing but sing what was written for him.
     
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    I can't argue with that.
     
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    The Dio Sabbath is the best, but not one Ozzy album makes my top 5. I absolutely love Born Again and I think Headless Cross is vastly underrated. Between those two and the three Dio albums that's my top 5 Sabbath.

    Of course, that is in no way dismissing the albums with Ozzy. All are great.
     

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