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Other Editions 2. Track Listing Black Sabbath The Wizard Paranoid War Pigs Iron Man Tomorrow's Dream Fairies Wear Boots Changes Sweet Leaf Children Of The Grave Sabbath Bloody Sabbath Am I Going Insane Radio Snowblind Supernaut Bonus.
Posted by AussieRock at AM. Jazz Latin New Age. Aggressive Bittersweet Druggy. Energetic Happy Hypnotic. Romantic Sad Sentimental. Sexy Trippy All Moods. Drinking Hanging Out In Love. February 19, at am. Paul Hudson says. May 23, at am. Sabfan says. July 3, at am. Diego Peixoto says. January 21, at pm. Now, next song is War Pigs. This song is a 7 minute romp of hard rock and amazing lyrics. It's funny because my friend is always singing this when he's at my house. The only one to challenge that hierchy of Paranoid, is the next song on the album.
Iron Man comes up next. This is probably the next most famous song by the band. The classic riff on guitar is here and will never be forgotten. Also the lyrics will remain as a highlight of the band's. These tracks are huge high points if the album. The next three aren't my favorite. The Ehh I really never liked this portion of the album. Fairies Wear Boots is good but I'm not really a fan of the others. Tomorrow's Dream is lazy and sounds like filler yes, filler on a greatest hits album.
Also Changes sounds like the band decided to get experimental with this song as it is slooow and is irrelevant to the subject matter of any other Sabbath song. All of these songs are good but not for a greatest hits album. When I say they are "Ehh" I mean that there is much better to hear on this album. I love the next couple song that come up here on this collection.Hi, can you help me. I have just aquired the “We sold our Souls for Rock n Roll” album on vinyl. It’s on the Vertigo label (cat No: ). I was never aware of this album being released on this label. Is this an official release?