keeping the thread alive baby
since we're talking black sabbath, I think this was their best album from the Dio era.
I saw those niggas live not too long ago. Put on a hell of a show.
Not their style but style torch the village!
See him with skinny lister?
Just turned my dish washer onto this last week. Such a solid effort
The first Boston album...
Recorded almost entirely in a home studio with the majority of the parts played by one man, who graduated MIT with a masters degree, and designed and made his own guitar effects just to get the sound he wanted.
40 years later you can't go a day without hearing at least one somg from this album on almost every rock station.
This one is fucking underrated and unknown but a very great electronic album
That opening and Sun of Nothing are superb.
How funny, i was going to post that.
Father of Lies is the tits https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tmmbIXnQ5EA
I just listened to Jambi for the first time the other day, it was just one of those I skipped over for no particular reason. Holy shit is that a good song. Danny is flawless hitting the notes on this one.
>Not posting the best Dio era album
"Mama, here comes midnight, with the dead moon in its jaws"
I'm gonna get so much shit for this, but there is no better 95 mph commute music than this
Mister Asylum by Highly Suspect.
Amazing album by a talented band.
I expect a lot of good music from this band going forward.
Rareform is probably one of my favorite albums.
Yeah, second album held its own... Not as perfect as the first one, but the third... Meh. Gotta admire the vocals though. Brad delp could ousting just about anyone, even in The age of autotune.
>nice argument shit sack.
Look how many times they've been sued for copy write infringement and then tell me that Zeppelin isn't a bunch of hacks. Talented, but still hacks
The great thing about this is that you could replace the singer of a truly iconic band, completely change thier sound and make some of their best music.
Can't think of another band that's pulled that off.
Hey man, I don't give a shit, I fuckin' love it.
Aphex Twin - selcted ambient works
for a fine trip
it's pretty amazing how theres even considered different eras of black sabbath music. black flag did the same thing to a degree, but sabbath was on a way huger level and absolutely kicks ass on just about every album
that's what ruins it actually
some faggot so smart he puts everything into the technical aspect of the music and skips the quality aspect music altogether
shit sounds like a massive overdub technicolor yawn
mfw no one's posted MBDTF yet
thats a fucking studio album, a compilation album is STILL an album. If you do photography you can store your fucking photos in a photo album, if you collect stamps you can put them in a stamp album. Its the same shit.
IDK about levity. The song Black Sabbath is sill pretty dark even today.
And the whole paranoid album as well.
I'm actually not a huge fan of Dio's solo stuff. It doesn't suck. He's obviously a talented guy, his lyrics just put me off a bit. Just not my thing.
But I think he re-energized iommi and pushed him to be creative again. As well as putting his skills into the mix.
turn over - peripheral vision and
title fight - hyperview
Its a two man band, so no. However the lead singer can play a shitload of instruments so it comes into play i believe on the newer albums. But the new ones are not near as raw and good, they are overproduced but im hoping they will go back to their roots on the next one.
this never gets posted, and i always expect it
Actually I'm about to admit what an oldfag i am.
I remember when Ozzy left and I heard he was going to be replaced by the singer from Rainbow and thought... Well this is gonna suck.
I also like his solo stuff too, but Brothers had some good songs, we tend to just look over it cause it was successful and overplayed but songs like everlasting light were good to me