Black Sabbath 13
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NightProwler
June 28th 2013


6539 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

"You don't want to be a robot ghost".

God damnit, Sabbath. That's a horrible line.

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ViperAces
June 28th 2013


12485 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

lol yea that song is prob the weakest

tempest--
June 28th 2013


14411 Comments


Liam Borns Can't believe Sabbath got #1 and Megadeth didn't.... I know the 18 year Ozzy hiatus played a HUUUGE part in their incredible sales numbers, but come on. Sabbath, despite them being the forefathers of Metal, aren't half as good as Megadeth. 15-20 years ago, Megadeth would out-sell Sabbath 10 to 1. What the fuck happened?!
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trilogique21
June 28th 2013


427 Comments


pretty easy to be better than a turd

RunOfTheMill
June 29th 2013


1542 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Liam Borns Can't believe Sabbath got #1 and Megadeth didn't.... I know the 18 year Ozzy hiatus played a HUUUGE part in their incredible sales numbers, but come on. Sabbath, despite them being the forefathers of Metal, aren't half as good as Megadeth. 15-20 years ago, Megadeth would out-sell Sabbath 10 to 1. What the fuck happened?!
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ViperAces
June 29th 2013


12485 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

more lol is that you rated this above vol.4

RunOfTheMill
June 29th 2013


1542 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Well, I'm probs gonna bump Vol.4 to a 3.5, but Vol.4 has 4-5 incredible tracks, and then a whole lot of boring / annoying.

JamieTwort
Contributing Reviewer
June 29th 2013


21448 Comments


Vol. 4 destroys this imo.

RunOfTheMill
June 29th 2013


1542 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Eh, disagree, I was really impressed by this, as opposed to Vol.4, but to each our own.

SteelErectedb4you8er
June 30th 2013


2618 Comments


I don't care who you are, if you were/are a fan of old Sabbath, you should really like this. It definitely can fit in there with after Sabotage, but better and more focused. Tony and Geezer sound fantastic, and Ozzy actually surprised me on this.

tempest--
June 30th 2013


14411 Comments


yeah, a lot of people said his vocals suck on this, but they sound just like they always have so

SteelErectedb4you8er
June 30th 2013


2618 Comments


His vocals actually sound like the way Ozzy should to me as well. They took out that horrible sound that he had on his last few solo records known as heavily autotuned

SgtPepper
Staff Reviewer
June 30th 2013


4453 Comments

Album Rating: 3.4

I never liked Vol. 4, aside from a few great tracks like "Snowblind", the album bores me as well. It's a great album, dont get me wrong, but that's my least favourite from the first 6.

@Steal
Yeah, this is great album, I dont think anyone is really debating that. Everyone sounds great, and even the production (which many seem to dislike), I find to be relatively well done. It's like a blend of the Master of Reality doom feel with a more modernized/clean production. I personally would have gone with a dirtier sound, but it's not that bad in my opinion.

manosg
June 30th 2013


6529 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Hello dudes. Yeah, a little dirtier production would be great but overall Rick Rubin did a very good job in this album.

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DavidScott
June 30th 2013


37 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Is god really dead?

tempest--
June 30th 2013


14411 Comments


permaban for having gay avatar

DavidScott
June 30th 2013


37 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

stop it liz

tempest--
June 30th 2013


14411 Comments


who

BigPleb
June 30th 2013


37588 Comments


Vol. 4 beats this by a long shot.

Also, Snowblind is the best song ever so.....

JamieTwort
Contributing Reviewer
June 30th 2013


21448 Comments


Agreed. Vol. 4 also has Supernaut and Wheels of Confusion.



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