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Vol. 4

Black Sabbath

1971

Vol. 4

Album Summary

Vol. 4 is the fourth studio album by English rock band Black Sabbath, released in September 1972. It was the first album by Black Sabbath not produced by Rodger Bain; guitarist Tony Iommi assumed production duties. Patrick Meehan, the band's then-manager, was listed as co-producer, though his actual involvement in the album's production was minimal.

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3.71

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Genres

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Tue Jul 06 2021
5

About as heavy as it gets. Nothing beats that opening riff in supernaut

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Thu Jul 29 2021
4

Monolithic, hard as granite and thick as sludge hard rock/metal album. There are some softer moments (with some nice mellotron action) to let you catch your breath, but for the most part 'Vol. 4' slaps harder than your mum.

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Thu Sep 09 2021
4

First time really listening to a Black Sabbath album. The album is heavy and at times intense, but there are some really beautiful moments at times as well. I also found that I resonated with a lot of the lyrical content much more than I anticipated I would. I'll make sure to check out more of their work in the future.

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Sun May 02 2021
5

Debatably, Black Sabbath laid the groundwork for various subgenres of metal with individual songs from their early catalog, exploring cosmic psychedelia on one track, symphonic accompaniment on the next, and sludgy, downtuned riffing on the song after that. If the theory that Sabbath forecast a great deal of metal to come, Vol. 4 represents the earliest ancestry of doom metal as one of the band's darkest and most confused early documents. The three albums that came before 1972's Vol. 4 weren't short on dread and doominess, but the band's increasingly heavy mutations of blues-rock were kept from the brink of collapse by relatively streamlined production and aspirations for pop accessibility. By the time of Vol. 4, the band were certified rock stars, indulging in drugs and partying on an accelerated level. These excesses are reflected in the overall murky sound of the album, lyrical themes of a slippery grasp on reality, and weird stylistic curveballs that range from an out-of-nowhere soul breakdown in the middle of "Supernaut" (otherwise one of the most intense songs in the band's catalog) to stoned twiddling with delay effects on "FX" to the beautifully placid instrumental "Laguna Sunrise," consisting of Tony Iommi's classical guitar and full orchestral backing. This was the first album where Iommi and the band acted as producers, and their boundless experimentation went hand in hand with consuming ungodly amounts of cocaine, to the point where they originally wanted the album to share a title with its centerpiece "Snowblind," a plodding and bewildered ode to the drug. The record company ultimately vetoed the idea and the band acquiesced. Paradoxically, the scattered mindset and muddy atmosphere of Vol. 4 became its defining factors and resulted in some of the heaviest material the band would create. Ozzy Osbourne's patented wraith-like wails begin to come into their own on anguished rockers like "Tomorrow's Dream" and "Cornucopia," and take on a tenderness that Sabbath had never attempted before on the piano/Mellotron ballad "Changes." It's a somewhat awkward jerk from the tearful sentimentality of "Changes" to the paranoid proto-sludge of "Under the Sun," and many songs have similarly strange quick turns in composition, fumbling mixing choices, or different overall textural quality from track to track. Black Sabbath's collective mental state would further devolve on their next two albums, and by the late '70s they were virtually a different band. Though clouded by substance abuse, Vol. 4 found Sabbath at a creative peak that teetered on the edge of going off the rails completely. It's messy and bewildered, but stands as one of the band's most captivating and influential documents in all of its bizarre, damaged brilliance. [Source: https://www.allmusic.com/album/vol-4-mw0000199950]

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Thu Jul 29 2021
5

so, of course i knew OF sabbath - but i really never listened to them. i'd somehow heard Changes before, but that was it - except for supernaut, which is a) easily my favorite on this album, and b) humorously, the least-played track, according to spotify. anyway, this one was so good, i went back and listened to it again, just to be sure. and yeah, it held up. amazing.

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Sat Dec 18 2021
5

I'm a big fan of everything Sabbath did between Paranoid and Sabotage. This album marks a slight change in their sound, expanding their range a bit. I especially love "Supernaut" on this album for it's unexpected sudden turn into an acoustic/percussion jam like a miniature parade going right through the middle of the song. Sabbath always entertains.

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Tue Jul 06 2021
5

Laguna Sunrise is perhaps one of the best non-lyrical rock song ever. Changes is a force. This album is a riot!

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Mon Nov 15 2021
5

Dynamic, melodic. Easy to see why this album makes a best list. I could do without the beeps and bops in the middle, but it works well as a transition in tone. Love Laguna Sunrise, what a nice breath of fresh air.

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Tue Nov 23 2021
5

Another perfect Sabbath album. Sound is more upbeat and poppy than previous efforts, but still 100% Sabbath. I guess lots and lots of cocaine compared to booze will change the sound a bit. A rare instance where a band's sonic evolution changes from the original sound while keeping up the quality and not stagnating.

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Tue Nov 30 2021
5

Simply incredible in all its drug-fueled excess. Sure, it drags around the middle of side 1 with Changes and FX, but kicks back with Supernaut and never lets go.

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Mon Dec 13 2021
5

70's Black Sabbath is unbelieveably good. Sludge/stoner metal is a genre I can't get enough of, so this recommendation fell on happy ears! The album starts off with the +7m30s musical journey of "Wheels of Confusion / The Straightener", which shows those pretentious prog-rockers exactly how this sort of thing is supposed to work. Following that is the far more straight forward verse/chorus/verse growl of "Tomorrow's Dream". And then a ... piano and synthesized strings!? "Changes" is a beautiful departure from the general feel of the album, which is mirrored on the other end of the album by "Laguna Sunrise". Both offer a moment of calm, to catch your breath from all of the rock in between. And then the album ushers you out, the same way it welcomed you in, which the medley of subtracks brought together in "Under the Sun / Every Day Comes and Goes" For those that have never looked into Sabbath, or that might've been turned off to the band by tracks like "Crazy Train", I think "Vol. 4" is a much better album to form your opinion on. Regardless, I appreciate the album both for what it is and for what it represents in the evolution of rock and metal. Super glad to see it on the list!

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Thu Jan 13 2022
5

I've always loved Sabbath's first 3 records, but for some reason I never got around to the 4th. I can solidly say, it holds up to their standard, and more; I think I like it even better than Masters of Reality. Guess the cocaine really worked!

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Thu Apr 29 2021
4

IM GOOOIN’ THRU CHAANGES

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Wed Jun 23 2021
3

I had their self titled debut on here a week ago, and Vol.4 suffers by comparison, I'm afraid, and that's mainly because of "Changes" (and, I guess, "FX"). They just completely mess up the flow of this album. I quite like "Changes" as a song in its own right, but it makes such a dent in the tone of this album, I dunno, maybe because it's piano based? Fave track - "Supernaut", I reckon, though I have a soft spot for "Laguna Sunrise" too. All the tracks apart from "Changes" and "FX" are pretty solid,

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Sat Apr 09 2022
3

Never really listened to sabbath but I like them. Gives me a zeppelin vibe

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Fri Jun 18 2021
2

I don't understand song #4 on Vol 4. So I won't listen to this more than once per year. I know it's Ozzie and Sharon will probably find me and make me a eunuch...

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Mon Jun 14 2021
5

Not as many of the hits that I love but still fueled my afternoon work nicely

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Mon Jun 28 2021
5

Not my favourite Sabbath.....but still can close my eyes and imagine how revolutionary this would have been at the time

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Mon May 31 2021
5

Obra maestra total. Precursora de todo el rock que vendría después. Alucinando y potente. Genial.

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Mon Apr 26 2021
5

yaaaaassss

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Thu Jun 03 2021
5

SIIIIIII AAAAAAAA

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Fri May 07 2021
5

Already loved this album!

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Mon May 31 2021
5

wheels of confusion: graaf nummer, diepe tekst, lekker depressed, thats what sabbath does best. the straightener: I LOVE MYSELF SOME GOOD SOLOKES. Tomorrows dream: oke nummer, niet t beste hier. Wel weer coole gitaren Changes: Man man man, in het begin dacht ik BIG MOUTH HYPE. maar nu echt al vaak beluisterd, de stem is spooky de rekst pakt en de piano maakt het af. big shoutout naar de OGS for this one. FX: ik voelde hem niet maar als ge op genius leest waar het vandaan komt maakt het het wel echt leuk. Supernaut: een leuke positieve song, steviger en sneller dan de rest. gekke riff en gekke solo. gitaren shredden boyzzzz. snowblind: normaal de titel van het album, maar mocht niet door de obv link naar drugs. nice bridge, riff is niceeeee33333 cornucopia: deeep Laguna sunrise: leuk toch die sunrise st. vitus' dance: die goede storytelling. Under the Sun / Every Day Comes and Goes: weer van die goede riffs en goede teksten. Normaal geen black sabbath fan maar dit was echt de turntables, ga er meer naar luisteren en dit album zeker nog meer luisteren. Zo divers en sterk. Duidelijk een album over drugs en de gevolgen van drugs in hun leven.

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Sun Jun 06 2021
5

Early days of real metal 5 star

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Wed Sep 08 2021
5

Creo que entre las cosas que sacaré de esta dinámica es mi admiración por Black Sabbath. Macizo todo, incluidos los interludes, digamos, instrumentales y hasta con sonido muy distinto a lo pesado de las canciones. No skips, trae "Changes" que sí me parece muy buena y todo bien, suena grande en conjunto (y eso que no es mi género predilecto). 10/10

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Thu Sep 09 2021
5

Great stuff. I want to hear an R.L. Burnside version of Supernaut. Solid album from start to finish. I think their first two albums are better.

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Wed Nov 10 2021
5

Had not listened to a whole album of theirs. More varied than expected.

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Mon Nov 15 2021
5

Amazing. Great musicality, dynamic range, black sabbath has a lot more variety/talent than I thought before. Faves: Changes, Supernaut, Laguna sunrise, Under the sun

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Mon Nov 15 2021
5

They set a precedent for other creators of the genre. It's what you want from Black Sabbath

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Mon Nov 15 2021
5

Didn’t know Changes was originally their song. I loved this album, hadn’t listened to a full Black Sabbath album intentionally before.

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Tue Nov 23 2021
5

Love this stuff.

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Sat Dec 11 2021
5

The best album they made.

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Tue Dec 14 2021
5

I enjoyed it far more then I expected too

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Sat Dec 18 2021
5

So good - this sound is not getting old for me. The coexistence of the aggressive yet precise guitar work alongside vulnerable, inward looking lyrics are a perfect match.

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Mon Dec 20 2021
5

9/10. Maybe I am just feeling generous today, but I can't think of any good reason to dock this one points. I haven't been a big fan of a lot of the metal on this list, but this had a bluesier sound to it that I really enjoyed.

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Tue Dec 21 2021
5

Heat. 😤. Early Sabbath can’t go wrong

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Fri Jan 07 2022
5

Once again, I am very pleasantly surprised by Black Sabbath. I really really love this. It's more psychedelic rock than heavy metal and a few songs barely count as "rock" music: Changes is a piano ballad for crying out loud and Laguna Sunrise could play over the end credits of a Western. I think Lenny Kravitz took some psychedelic funk inspiration from Supernaut when making Are You Gonna Go My Way. There were a few tracks that started out just ok for me but then they'd hit a bridge or a transition or a melody line that made me weak in the knees. The last track Under the Sun/Every Day Comes and Goes is the most like what I would have expected from Black Sabbath and I'm glad the entire record wasn't like that. But there's enough variety here to make that track a welcome ending. I don't know how often I'll listen to this but 20-year-old me would have listened a lot and I'm going to let her give it five stars.

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Fri Jan 07 2022
5

5 fucking stars

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Thu Jan 13 2022
5

Osmium is the heaviest metal on planet earth i think it should be renamed OZZYmium.

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Thu Jan 13 2022
5

The thing I like most about Black Sabbath is the dark and slow sounds mixed with Ozzy's shrill delivery. That is on full display here!

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Sun Jan 30 2022
5

Excelente disco!

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Mon Jan 31 2022
5

Increible album, with both memorable songs like Changes that diverge from the usual repertoire of the bands, and even experimental songs like FX. The rest are just plain out bangers.

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Tue Feb 01 2022
5

Riffs = thick. Grooves = smooth. Probably my favorite Sabbath album of the three I’ve heard so far.

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Wed Feb 02 2022
5

Plenty of influential if a little dumb riffs and Ozzy's wailing is passionate if a little bit samey by the end of the album. Changes stands out like it shouldn't be on there, but it is welcome. The production was surprisingly slick and rich.

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Thu Feb 10 2022
5

I am not familiar with BLACK SABBATH or their fourth album BLACK SABBATH, VOL. 4. I never had any interest in listening to BLACK SABBATH. I should mention I did see BLACK SABBATH live with BLUE OYSTER CULT back in 1980 and I was not impressed with BLACK SABBATH, although RONNIE JAMES DIO was the lead singer instead of OZZY OSBORNE. However, I do like RONNIE JAMES DIO, originally from RAINBOW a lot. After listening to BLACK SABBATH, VOL. 4, I don’t know how to explain my ranking of a perfect 100/100, yet the album is not a perfect one that I could listen to a daily basis. There are other albums with less than 100/100, that I certainly could listen to on a daily basis, but not this. On another given day I could rank all the songs a “5” and on another a “1” (although, rather unlikely). The point is all the songs musically sound the same. Yes, the couple of instrumentals are a nice touch. Lyrically they do touch upon different themes/topics, but not varied too far from the rest. So, take this ranking with a grain of salt on this particular day. I would have like to have seen more variation in the songs in order to give a truer test as to the artistry of the band. So I’m not giving the band a “5” for now, until I explore the other albums. In 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die, LACK SABBATH’s BLACK SABBATH, VOL. 4 Is joined by their first two albums: BLACK SABBATH (1970) AND PARANOID (1970) Rate Artist: BLACK SABBATH (4.0) Rate Album (Year): BLACK SABBATH, VOL. 4 (UK 1972 Original) (5.0) Ranking of BLACK SABBATH - BLACK SABBATH, VOL. 4 songs No. Title Length Ranking 1. "Wheels of Confusion" 8:02 10.0/10 2. "Tomorrow's Dream" 3:12 10.0/10 3. "Changes" 4:45 10.0/10 4. "FX" (instrumental) 1:44 10.0/10 5. "Supernaut" 4:50 10.0/10 6. "Snowblind" 5:33 10.0/10 7. "Cornucopia" 3:55 10.0/10 8. "Laguna Sunrise" (instrumental) 2:56 10.0/10 9. "St. Vitus Dance" 2:30 10.0/10 10. "Under the Sun" 5:53 10.0/10 UK 1972 Original Release 100.0/100 = 1.00 / 2 = 5.00

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Sat Feb 26 2022
5

First time listening to this album, I am familiar with masters of reality and paranoid and this is just as good, really enjoyed this even the dramatic step change with changes and FX in the middle. I have been swaying all day between a 4 and a 5, but after my 3rd listen today I believe this is a 5 star album, it’s such a melodic, dynamic and diverse album one I’m going to keep coming back to.

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Sun Mar 06 2022
5

This one is great. The guitar work on here is excellent, as usual. As ist the rest of the Instrumentation almost every song on here is really good, except for “ changes” which is a bit of a lull. Apart from that it’s an excellent metal album, in my top three sabbath albums. The songs here are somewhat more complicated than the first three albums, following on from sabbath bloody sabbath which took the band in this direction. My favourite songs from this album are the opener and closer, “wheels of confusion” and “under the sun” Arguably the best sabbath album, this is well deserving of 5 stars. Well, time to go on another Sabbath Marathon now...

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Tue Mar 15 2022
5

Yew already kno

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Wed Mar 16 2022
5

Just about their best and a high-water mark for the first heavy metal era.

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Tue Apr 19 2022
5

Amazing from the beginning until the end.

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Thu Apr 21 2022
5

Classic

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Thu Apr 21 2022
5

I'm honestly blown away. This was amazing! The only Black Sabbath I'd listened to before this was their debut, and I liked this a lot more. Ozzy's singing is really good on this album, I thought he sounded a little like Robert Plant at times. A super great hard rock record that knew when to slow down a little. VERY glad I listened to it!

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Tue Apr 26 2022
5

So good. The songs are really dynamic — they switch tempos (and sometimes even genres) mid-song but Black Sabbath has such incredible chemistry as a band at this point that everything clicks. The music sounds alive! I love the melodic songs too. I always knew Ozzy was a great singer but "Changes" was the song that made me realize he's one of the all-time great rock singers. The instrumental "Laguna Sunrise" is beautiful too. An eclectic album full of amazing performances. The way "Under the Sun" ends, with the band gradually slowing down, I always feel like I should applaud at the end. Great stuff.

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Sun May 01 2022
5

Sempre necessária a sequência de heavy metal.

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Mon Jul 11 2022
5

Classic!

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Tue Jul 12 2022
5

Enjoyed 'Supernaut' Didn't realize how slow a lot of Sabbaths songs were. Only really know their bigger hits so this was a good listen. Kinda like a heavy Deep Purple? More rhythm than I was expecting

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Fri Jul 15 2022
5

Genius.

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Fri Jul 22 2022
5

curto das antiga pai muito bom

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Tue Aug 16 2022
5

Perfect album.

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Mon Aug 22 2022
5

Great sound and catchy tunes.

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Tue Aug 23 2022
5

Classic. The mighty Sabbath is still the best!

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Wed Aug 31 2022
5

I love it

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Fri Sep 02 2022
5

It really doesn't get any better than Black Sabbath, really. Listen to this album and put that up against anything Ozzy has done lately and you'll see that the Ozzy of today hasn't lost a single step. I really need to listen to this album a lot more often. I loved the cover of Supernaut that 1000 Homo DJs did ages ago. The original is just as hard hitting.

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Tue Sep 06 2022
5

This was my first time listening to a hard rock made in the 70s

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Fri Sep 09 2022
5

the first four albums plus Heaven And Hell (which I actually enjoy more since I prefer Dio to Ozzy but that's another topic entirely) are very close to my heart, and Vol .4 especially has some of my favorite Sabbath songs, for example Supernaut and Snowblind

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Tue Sep 13 2022
5

Fucking sick. They rock the simple riffs to the shredding solos to the ballads. From a songwriting perspective, Black Sabbath has some really unique bridges and outros.

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Tue Sep 20 2022
5

Mint, really enjoyed it.

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Mon Sep 26 2022
5

ALBUM RATING: 4.5 ALBUM GRADE: A TRACK RATINGS: 1. Wheels of Confusion - 4.5 2. Tomorrow’s Dream - 4.5 3. Changes - 4.0 4. FX - 3.0 5. Supernaut - 5.0 6. Snowblind - 5.0* 7. Cornucopia - 4.5 8. Laguna Sunrise - 4.0 9. St. Vitus’ Dance - 4.0 10. Under the Sun - 4.5 *Power track (adds 0.1 to the total album rating)

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Fri Sep 30 2022
5

5/5 Kanntr ich schosch Banger Dicker Ohrwurm von Changes 💦

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Fri Sep 30 2022
5

I'm biased, deal with it. Long live Sabbath!

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Sat Oct 01 2022
5

This album rips. Had to check when Slow Ride was released bc the opening riff reminded me of that tune, seems Foghat ripped it off Sabbath. This album was fun, Iommi shreds, Ozzy wails, 5 stars

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Wed Oct 05 2022
5

Dit album kende ik nog niet helemaal. Goed, maar misschien niet echt de positieve uitschieters van andere eerdere albums.

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Tue Oct 11 2022
5

Really good album, Black Sabbath pushing heavy in lots of different directions in this album with full on metal ballad. The openers and closer both awesome songs and snowblind is up there with the best cocaine songs of all time. Supernaut is an underrated song.

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Tue Oct 11 2022
5

Really good album, didn't know this one yet. Familiar sound, but also some surprising elements, making the album very interesting.

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Tue Oct 11 2022
5

Great ofc, not the superclassic, but still ;)

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Thu Oct 27 2022
5

Unha sonoridade impropia da súa década que se fai tremendamente actual. O ritmo do baixo asulagate cando o escoitas. Sabía que me gustaba Black Sabath pero non tanto.

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Fri Oct 28 2022
5

The story about the recording of this album is almost as interesting as the album itself. I'm always amazed that bands can put out work like this while in a haze of drugs and booze. There's good range on this one, with "Supernaut" the obvious standout and some nice production turns on "FX" and "Changes".

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Mon Oct 31 2022
5

This is a great album, I love Black Sabbath but have spent more time listening to their first three albums. So, this was a nice album to get today. So many solid songs, and I really like some of the diversity is genre that they're incorporating. I'll definitely listen to this one more from now on. Standout Tracks: Wheels of Confusion/The Straightener, Changes, Supernaut, Snowblind, Laguna Sunrise

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Fri Dec 02 2022
5

Kinda average, typical Black Sabbath

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Sat Jun 19 2021
4

Pretty pretty good

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Fri Jul 02 2021
4

This first song is totally throwing me for a loop, as I was under the impression that Black Sabbath was metal, and this is totally ballad and nice. I like this first one. And the second one has a similar sound. I am so confused right now. So I’m wondering if I misunderstood what the sound of metal bands really is or if this is an atypical album for them. I actually liked it, and I usually don’t much care for metal.

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Fri Jun 18 2021
4

I'm on board. Ozzy is great. Snowblind is great. Though there were plenty of songs i didn't know, i thought they were solid, hard and would definitely listen again.

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Fri Jun 18 2021
4

Drugie objawienie sie czornego sabatowania na liscie, tym razem z troche bardziej niszowym albumikiem, bo jakos nigdy nie obilo mi sie o uszy slyszec cokolwiek o vol 4 od czarnej grupy, nazwa dosc samowyjasniajaca, bo jest to 4 album grupy, nie wiem czy sabatowa tworczosc dzieli sie na jakies epoki, ale jak dla mnie to bedzie najbardziej znane wczesne sabaty, z orginalnym skladem, z kawalkami utrzymanymi w zblizonym stylu, opartych na unikalnym brzmieniu gitarkowym, technika bezpalcowego grania Iommiego, czyli jak wypadek u ktorego przekreslilby kariere muzyczna byl jednym ze zrodel sukcesow w biznesie muzykowym, piekna historia, do tego wokale Osbournowe ktorymi juz sie zachwycalem na poprzednim albumiku, bo ciezko o tak paranoiczne wokale wokol ktorych instrumenty staraja sie jak najbardziej do nich dopasowac, a nie w druga strone jak to byla w muzyce popularnego rocka, tematyka trakow jak zwykle jest dosc mroczna, ale tym razem motywem przewodnim sa wszelakie stany swiadomosci narkotycznych, wiki oferuje legende jako ze byl to okres najwiekszego dawania po kablach w bandzie i czuc to w lirykach pojawiajacych sie na tej plycie, nawet same tytuly jasno wskazuja co jest glowna inspiracja krazka, bo to chyba najbardziej oczywista interpretacja otwierajacego wheels of confusion lamanego na straightenera czy tez opening drugiej strony snowblind, co do moich hajlajtow tego vynylaka to jest to z pewnoscia changes, ktorego nie znalem od samych sabatow, a z eminemowego going through changes, wiec pozytywnie jestem zaskoczony takim znaleziskiem, wiec miejsce na plejce z pewnoscia znajdzie, jest to tez trak dosc nietypowy jak na bande ciezko metalowa, bo jest oparty glownie na klawiszach ktore wyczarowal Iommi, do tego dochodza smyczkowe akcenty i najmniej ozzbornowy Ozz calego albumu, a moze i kariery i tak wlasnie tworzy sie najpopularniejszego traka plyty, wedlug spotifaja, co do dziwnych piosenek to nie jest to jedyny dosc malo sabatowo brzmiacy trak, bo jest jeszcze laguna sunrise, instrumentalny czil o blogim wzejsciu, jest tez FX, ktoreg nie potrafie zrozumiec, bo brzmi jak randomowy zlepek dzwiekow gitarkowych, wikipedia wyjasnia ze to najbardziej upalony trak, tak tez wlasnie brzmi, na plejke wrzucam jeszcze supernauta za chyba najlepsze solowki calej plyty gitarka, a potem drumersowanie, zakonczone wstawka wokalowa, jak przystalo na kompozycje sabatowa, wokal, gransko, zeby potem znowu zamknac wokalem, to prawie jak piesni trzyczesciowe z muzyki koscielnej, ale pewnie mocna nadinterpretacja, a ostatni trak tommorows dream

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Fri May 07 2021
4

Ik heb me eigenlijk nooit echt in Black Sabbath verdiept. Ken alleen de bekende nummers. Maar zo een heel album is me eigenlijk erg goed bevallen! Paar hele gave nummers, en overal wel lekkere riffs en energie. Ozzy is een halve zool natuurlijk, maar het werkt wel 🤘

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Fri May 07 2021
4

Cool, kende alleen een ander plaatje, maar deze was ook erg tof.

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Fri May 07 2021
4

lekker

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Tue May 25 2021
4

Full disclosure: I should say at the outset that I'm a fan of both Sabbath and Ozzy. My big brother is a rock guitarist who has played in bar bands from the age of 16 and he loved them. The first two Sabbath albums were staples in our house when I was a kid. We didn't have Masters of Reality or Vol. 4 though, so I've never listened to either all the way through. From the beginning, Vol. 4 is quite different in tone from those earlier albums. Whereas those earlier albums specialized in monolithic headbangers like Iron Man or War Pigs, opener Wheels of Confusion/The Straightener feels more like a heavy metal fever dream the way it drifts through it's multipart structure. You can see where it's relatively complex structure might have inspired latter day rockers like Soundgarden. The third track, Changes is a genuine departure, an honest to God ballad with remedial block piano chords, a mellotron chorus, and a heartfelt Ozzy vocal. Truthfully, it's kind of lame but I find Ozzy's lachrymose and heartfelt performance funny as hell. FX makes a nice psychedelic pallette cleanser before the monster riff that anchors Supernaut. Oddly enough, there's a quasi calypso acoustic break stuck in the middle of the tune, but it's not enough to derail the tune. Snowblind is one of Sabbath's adorably lunkheaded proto Beavis and Butthead headbangers, a paean to the mountains of coke they were snorting during the sessions. As you might have guessed, I find Black Sabbath impossible to take seriously, but I love them anyway. On the one hand, I am amused by their dead serious lyrics about drug use, war, suicide, and the demonic, their well-meaning attempts at balladry and psychedelia, and of course, Ozzy's dotty wailing. On the other hand, I genuinely enjoy the catharsis of the metal riffing. On Vol 4, Sabbath clearly still has the metal goods, but they're branching out and experimenting. I'll have to struggle not to give this a higher rating than it deserves because I'm enjoying it so much. Clearly, Toni Lommi's Laguna Sunrise is a piece of fluff, pleasant enough, but really slight, but I gotta admit, in Sabbath's case, I actually enjoy the pretension. 4/5

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Thu Jul 15 2021
4

Heavy metal at its best

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Mon May 03 2021
4

Good album, more of my jam. I didn't know any of the songs from this album but I like Ozzy's voice/style so I give it a 4.

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Fri May 28 2021
4

Was awesome.

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Sat May 15 2021
4

Not as metal as I thought it would be, solid album

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Fri May 28 2021
4

Reasonable rock album, but not much in the way of standout songs to keep you engaged.

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Mon May 31 2021
4

Changes masterpiece zou ook mooi zijn als ze er een doul versie van maken Laguna sunrise goeie vibe

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Fri May 07 2021
4

Wheels of confusion starts out with really bluesy almost sad sound and then when it goes into the upbeat sounds it feels like you're at that point in a movie where the hero is down but now beiing picked up

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Fri May 07 2021
4

Favs: Chances Under the sun / every day comes and goes

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Tue Jun 15 2021
4

- energy, variety, passion - personally like the sound they drive - might re-listen

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Wed May 12 2021
4

When I first saw this selection I thought, meh, a couple of good songs from what I remember. Wrong. A solid grouping of classic Sabbath

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Tue Jun 15 2021
4

This was my first listen through of an entire Sabbath album and I enjoyed it more than expected. Many songs I recognized

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Tue Jun 15 2021
4

A thoroughly enjoyable experience, albeit a biased one.

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Tue Jul 27 2021
4

Man this one shocked me. I enjoyed almost every minute. I had no idea...Sabbath doing a piano ballad and doing it with taste and a memorable melody I'm tempted to go 5 stars but I'll keep it at 4.5. Put no doubt this is a great album.

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Tue Aug 03 2021
4

I personally prefer the vibe of the earlier albums, but this is still quite good. Enjoyed "Tomorrow's Dream", "Supernaut".

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Fri Aug 06 2021
4

Very good rock album, also with a softer, mellower side to a few songs.

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Fri Aug 06 2021
4

Sabbath rules. I still feel like "Changes" is a weird song in the midst of all of the other heavy, psychedelic offerings here. Still, Sabbath during their prime and just about as heavy as it gets. A lot of the music I listen to today is deeply indebted to Sabbath, and thus so I am. Favorite tracks: "Supernaut", "Cornucopia", "Under the Sun/Every Day Comes and Goes"

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Thu Aug 12 2021
4

Yet another crusher by Sabbath full of bangers and fire. Docked a star because of a few overly tryhard, "oh, I'm a scary boy" moments but, overall, a fun listen.

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Mon Aug 16 2021
4

Was familiar with Snowblind and Changes but the rest was a pleasure to listen to. Got some new favourites

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Tue Aug 17 2021
4

Real good. Grew on me after a second listen. 4.6/5

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Sun Aug 29 2021
4

Not my thing but it was pretty good

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Wed Sep 08 2021
4

Pues, maso. Me gustó sobre todo cornucopia porque tiene ese sonido pesado y lento. Suena a un apocalipsis.

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Fri Sep 10 2021
4

I didn't hate this. Actually a super up-tempo start to the day.

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Mon Sep 13 2021
4

Sounds like typical Black Sabbath. Lots of instrumental sections lend many of the songs to being good for just chilling to. Changes and Wheels of Confusion are the best tracks.

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Tue Sep 28 2021
4

Excellent

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Tue Oct 05 2021
4

OZZY 4 LYFE

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Tue Oct 05 2021
4

Incredible. Top 3 Sabbath album. Some of Iommi's best riffs. SUPERNAUT. 8/10

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Sat Oct 09 2021
4

Hard rock

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Tue Oct 12 2021
4

Forget how much I enjoy early Black Sabbath. Heavy, but still soulful. Changes is a beautiful track

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Thu Oct 14 2021
4

Ja, wäre ich mehr Metal, ich könnte es wahrscheinlich noch mehr schätzen. Auch, und wahrscheinlich insbesondere, dass hier die Metalpfade ja schon teilweise wieder verlassen werden, zugunsten von harter Psychedelik oder wie ich das jetzt nennen würde. Das hier, in seiner satanischen Hendrix-artigkeit finde ich auch fast furchteinflößender als zB War Pigs und was ich sonst so erstmal mit BS verbinde. Trippiger und treibender sowieso. Bekommt also fast 4 Sterne von mir, ach und wieso eigentlich nur „fast“?!

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Thu Oct 14 2021
4

Grundsolider, aber - weil zur Entstehungszeit so visionär - ganz schön prägend knackiger Stoner Rock. Eine Essenz von satter Gitarre ohne großen Schnickschnack. Völlig verständlich warum Bands wie Motorpsycho und Soundgarden folgen konnten. Überrascht haben Hispano Folk-Einflüsse („Laguna Sunrise“), das balladig-gute „Changes“ gefolgt vom experimentellen „FX“ und dem tribal-treibenden „Supernaut“. Gute 3.8

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Tue Oct 19 2021
4

Black Sabbath are always a pleasure to listen to. However, I really don't understand why this album was picked. It doesn't have any of their greatest hits and isn't too special in any other ways either. I'll admit they sound tighter on this one then on their previous Ozzy albums. But in the case of Black Sabbath I don't think that's a good thing. Apart from Ozzy's recognizable vocals, this album, while far ahead of the curve at it's time, could have been made by any number of metal bands. I'm missing the the full, droning but catchy sound of their earlier albums, which is the trademark Black Sabbath sound to me.

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Fri Oct 22 2021
4

Classic Sabbath

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Fri Oct 22 2021
4

Really enjoyed this. More varied and complex than I imagined.

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Tue Nov 02 2021
4

Sabbath is never not bitching, but this one was slightly less bitching. Not as many hits that I was familiar

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Tue Nov 02 2021
4

🤟

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Tue Nov 09 2021
4

So much more versatile than I imagined Black Sabbath being. Instrumentals, ballads, hard rock- very cool. Not easy to hear lyrics and Ozzie’s voice is a little one dimensional for me, but very solid start to finish.

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Tue Nov 09 2021
4

Great sound. Tight vintage rock guitar. Ozzy vocals are cool. Makes me think old music is way cooler.

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Wed Nov 10 2021
4

Great album super chill listen

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Wed Nov 10 2021
4

Twerking to Black Sabbath kind of day

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Wed Nov 10 2021
4

Album has Changes. Generally good.

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Wed Nov 17 2021
4

Changes is a hell of a song, but it doesn't really fit the album. Best track: Snowblind

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Wed Nov 24 2021
4

Great vocals from Ozzy. Really cool metal album with some cool lyrics.

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Tue Nov 30 2021
4

Haven’t listened to much Black Sabbath, really enjoyed it.

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Mon Dec 06 2021
4

4.0 - Some gems swirling in the mud here. First, the mud: the guitar sound in songs like "St. Vitus Dance" sounds like a high school kid messing around with gain levels on his amp. But then almost each song suddenly morphs into something different, which makes for an awesomely dynamic experience with killer guitar riffs and solos throughout. And rising up from this swirling mud are a few gems, starting with "Wheels of Confusion" that finds Ozzy riffing melodiously above a droning chord, up and down the scale. "Changes" is a crystalline masterpiece with impressive mellotron violins and Ozzy's singular voice buzzing forward. "Laguna Sunrise" is a gorgeous instrumental and the album ends with an epic sweep with "Under the Sun..."

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Mon Dec 06 2021
4

Why Vol 4 is Definitely Sabbath but not... Black enough (?) by some guy who only listened to "Master of Reality" (A shame it wasn't included in the list. Oops, spoiler! But the thing is, I loved em-oh Reality a dozen tunings more than the legendary em-oh Puppets), "Heaven and Hell" (I know there's quite a discourse regarding the two vocalists. While both are fine, I'm not a huge fan of either. But still, I'd pick Dio any day of the week. Sorry Ozzy fans.), and a couple of singles and thinks he can make such statement. (Whew! What a title!) Well first of all, look at that cover. I mean, it's not bad. But thinking about the incredible covers of the debut (my all time favorite album cover, yes even though I haven't listened to that thing) and "Paranoid," I wonder why the covers turned into some boring and generic signages. Orange on black seems cool though, and that image of Ozzy seems almost grotesque. I couldn't make out his face at first. But of course, as cliche sayings go, "Do not judge a book by its cover." Riffs? Check. Heaviness? Of course. Big C? Wait what? Big C! Oh, the speaker box was delivered. Compared to em-oh Reality, this album sounds... happy? I dunno. It's pretty upbeat and while it is trippy (Big C flavored, I guess), it's not as dark and gloomy sounding as em-oh Reality. Sure, "Heaven and Hell" sounds like Renaissance, but Vol 4 (a generic name because the company doesn't want the Big C reference, "Snowblind") sounds hard rocking, upbeat -- too upbeat for a Dark Age Era Sabbath. Of course I might realize I'm wrong (which is likely) when I listened to this again (which is also likely). But as of now, I think this album -- which has a tropical beach sounding instrumental -- sounds too happy. It's not bad of course, just not Black. Sabbath yes, but not Black. I still liked it despite the boring soft breaks. It's Sabbath after all.

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Tue Dec 07 2021
4

Pleasantly surprised.

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Thu Dec 09 2021
4

Black Sabbath release six great albums at the start of their career between 1970 and 1975; can you guess which number this one is? Yeah, it's a classic. Just guaranteed heavy metal from the early 70's. Also features the compelling piano ballad "Changes" One of the great things about these early Sabbath albums isn't just that they were writing great songs, but that they were willing to experiment and push the envelop with things to keep the albums fresh. Even if you didn't like the ambient "FX", I'm glad it's there. Outside of that, ending side A on Supernaut and opening side B with Snowblind is a powermove; I can only imagine what it was like to hear it for the first time when it originally came out. Fucking excellent.

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Fri Dec 10 2021
4

What can be said about this cocaine-fueled journey that has not been said before? After all these years, it still feels alive and kicking. The drums are solid and maniac; the guitars accentuate the paranoia coming from Ozzy’s voice. The bass is there, haunting the listener all along the album like an anima after a ouija session is over. A master piece created by perturbed musicians

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Sat Dec 11 2021
4

Just a horrible title for a great album. I wondered if this wasn't a greatest hits album when I first saw it. The should have fought harder to keep the original name of the album, "Snowblind", but I suppose that thanking "the great COKE-cola" in the liner notes was a suitable concession. Your mileage may vary, but I like the change of pace that Sabbath provides when busting out the piano and mellotron.

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Mon Dec 13 2021
4

Very solid

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Mon Dec 13 2021
4

Traditional Black Sabbath style of rock and metal, Vol. 4 is their aptly named fourth album which builds upon what they had already recorded. The approach to minimal vocals is relatively unorthodox, but the fun musical production and melodic bars render it sufficiently entertaining. CHBs all around and true to its roots, although some tracks fall short of being memorable.

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Tue Dec 14 2021
4

Never been a big metal fan, but this was a very nice trip down memory lane.

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Tue Dec 14 2021
4

4.5

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Fri Dec 17 2021
4

Long day. Listened but couldn't write much! How many albums have Snowbling, St Virus' Dance and Changes? One. This one. Sometimes prone to overlong jazz metal interludes, but other than that, brilliant

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Mon Dec 20 2021
4

This rock is hard. 8/10

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Mon Dec 20 2021
4

8/10 very good metal album.

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Tue Jan 04 2022
4

4/5

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Sun Jan 09 2022
4

Rocks hard asf. Changes ight be one of their biggest hits but I don't really like it so we'll say a 4.3/5

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Mon Jan 10 2022
4

Blimey! Not sure how I’ve missed this. Yes, enjoyed the album; possibly not my go to style, but good none the less. Listen to “the music” generally, so need to review again to big a bit deeper. Which I will do. No frame of reference for rating, but 4*

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Thu Jan 13 2022
4

inte det bästa sabbath har gjort men väldigt bra.

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Wed Jan 19 2022
4

En muistanutkaan, et oli näin kova levy. Sabbath On Sabbath!

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Wed Jan 26 2022
4

Some more nice Black Sabbath, I'm surprised I haven't listened to them at all before. Gave the last one a three so giving this a four to average it out..

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Mon Jan 31 2022
4

A great album with classic tracks.

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Tue Feb 01 2022
4

My 8th grade science teacher gave me this album. Big ups to Mrs. Brown!

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Fri Feb 04 2022
4

first listen the guitar tone is timeless and very cool

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Mon Feb 07 2022
4

I very recently relistened to the Ozzy-era Sabbath records, and this surprisingly easily was the runaway favorite. 4.5

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Tue Feb 08 2022
4

very black sabbathesque hardrock, heavy on the guitars quite primitive in that regard but the lyrics are way better than you'd think

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Thu Feb 10 2022
4

lumbering menace - glorious!

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Thu Feb 10 2022
4

A classic. It's on my top 4 records by Sabbath. I don't like Changes and FX, but the rest of the songs are superb. Favorite tracks: * Supernaut * Snowblind * Wheels of Confusion

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Fri Feb 11 2022
4

I feel like this band was going through some changes …. Great album.

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Mon Feb 14 2022
4

Honestly really like this. Feels more like a Zeppelin album and not too heavy. Changes is a GD ballad for cryin' out loud!

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Mon Feb 14 2022
4

One of my top Black Sabbath albums, St. Vitus Dance is still a favorite of mine by them!

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Wed Feb 16 2022
4

Simpatico, non male.

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Wed Feb 16 2022
4

I was surprised by less heard songs. Very good album.

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Thu Feb 17 2022
4

great album. was a it scared of the heavy metal genre but it turned out great

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Wed Feb 23 2022
4

Not what I expected, in a good way. "Changes" and "Supernaut" are standouts, along with the opener. Let the myth of Ozzy Osbourne colour my impression of Black Sabbath. Will try to explore more.

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Thu Feb 24 2022
4

Heavier than Putin's plans for Ukraine.

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Thu Feb 24 2022
4

DID YOU CUM IN MY BURRITO?

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Sun Feb 27 2022
4

Must be good - except for the track with 41 million listens, as I've had it on repeat for a couple of days now and added one or two liked tracks

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Tue Mar 01 2022
4

Miles better than expected! Some belters.

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Thu Mar 03 2022
4

Pretty cool.

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Tue Mar 08 2022
4

Really enjoyed this. Ozzy is a total lefend and this is guitar riff heaven. Love it.

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Fri Mar 11 2022
4

Favorite Track - Snowblind Where I was - Office How I listened - Amazon music on BT Speaker Listen Again? - Likely

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Tue Mar 22 2022
4

My fifth favourite Sabbath album... :)

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Tue Mar 22 2022
4

Heavy lot of fun

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Thu Apr 14 2022
4

Really haven't had much exposure to Black Sabbath before but damn they can rock. Love the dark, fuzzy guitar that gives the sense of forward motion

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Thu Apr 14 2022
4

I am a Black Sabbath fan now. Thank you, 1001 Albums Generator.

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Mon Apr 25 2022
4

Događaj se odvio 17. listopada 2029. godine. /// Ulazi kupac u moju trgovinu ploča zvanu "TriTriŠest". Kupac: "Dobar dan, kako ste? Imam jedno zanimljivo pitanje za vas." Ja, Luka: "Hej, pozdrav, evo dok se vidimo dobro je, kažite?" Kupac: "Pošto su mi mnogi rekli da ako slušam heavy metal/hard rock, moram bar proći albume Black Sabbatha, možete mi možda dati/preporučiti njihov najbolji album pa da s time krenem u akciju hevi metalizma?" Ja, Luka: "Nema problema, izvolite." Kupac: "Hvala puno, malo mi taj čovjek na slici izgleda kao Mišo Kovač zbog dignute ruke hehe." Ja, Luka: "Bome imate pravo, odoh poslušati njegovu onu Dalmatino i popit koju. Upravo ću zatvoriti trgovinu, lijep pozdrav vam želim i hvala što ste došli!" Kupac: "Ne, hvala vama!" Kupac je otišao sa osmijehom na licu, a moj dan je bio ispunjen.

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Mon Apr 25 2022
4

en route pour dégager le métal de mon genre détesté et remettre la country

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Tue Apr 26 2022
4

It's Sabbath! This isn't the best Sabbath album, but it's still jam packed with great tunes. High 4 for me!

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Wed Apr 27 2022
4

The Sabbath at their most drug fueled best, their coherent approach to heavy blues is quite wonderful. I love "Supernaut" "Wheels Of Confusion" "Snow Blind" "Cornucopia" and the much gentler "Changes". Ozzy at his best vocally and Tony Iommi is at his height guitar wise. The Rhythm section holds it altogether via Geezer and Bill Ward which is amazing considering the overindulgence in chemicals that they all allegedly were involved with at the time. Proper "Spinal Tap " stuff in real life. (A Gold Painted Bill Ward could come straight from the Spinal Tap Script on how they lost a drummer!) Good to see this on the list.

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Tue May 03 2022
4

This is a great album from Sabbath, intense and often darkly beautiful. On my first pass through the album, I thought it was stylistically a little uneven, but coming at it again I appreciate the band’s efforts to stretch their legs a bit musically. There are some surprising touches here that you don’t really expect to find on a Sabbath album. I don't think Geezer Butler gets enough credit by the way for some pretty great songwriting. The lyrics are plainspoken, but often incisive and eloquent in a way that’s surprising for such heavy music. I think that is a big part of the magic for this band and for why they had such massive appeal. That, and they also freaking rock. Top notch all the way. Fave Songs: Snowblind, Supernaut, Changes, Under the Sun, St. Vitus Dance

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Thu May 05 2022
4

Enjoyed this so much more than expected, best sabbath album so far

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Mon May 09 2022
4

I should listen to more Black Sabbath.

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Wed May 11 2022
4

I think the album was alright. I’ve never really listened to metal, so this is my introduction to it. It’s I only enjoyed a few portions of this album. I liked the singles. I have mixed feelings about Cornucopia. I was in love with the instruments until some of the singing came in and it kind of ruined the whole flow for me. I didn’t like how it sounded when there’s a great band behind it. Heading into Laguna Sunrise, it’s a nice point to bring the moment back down. Feels surreal and peaceful. The strings were lovely. This and FX were nice listens. I don’t really care for the remaining songs. They were forgetting for me. Highlights: Changes, Supernaut, Snowblind

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Thu May 12 2022
4

Vol 4 is one of those albums that just quietly rules. It doesn't have any of their hits but it's just so solid all the way through. Ok, maybe changes is a bit how-ya-goin'. But whatever. 4/5.

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Mon May 16 2022
4

I'm starting to like this black Sabbath. Do you know I didn't know they did the original Supernaut? I'd only ever heard - and loved - the 1000 Homo DJs version of that. Haha. Life, am I right? Anyway, no wonder people like Black Sabbath. The songs are good. It's heavy, but that's not what makes it good. The songs are good. I liked this album.

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Thu May 19 2022
4

Goed albumpje

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Mon May 23 2022
4

Honestly, I thought the soulful version of “Changes” from Big Mouth was the original.

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Sat May 28 2022
4

Awesome

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Mon May 30 2022
4

#2 sabbath imo

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Mon Jun 06 2022
4

There has to be an examination of how Funky so much early metal is. Also: are Sabbath The Godfather’s of grunge?

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Sat Jun 11 2022
4

Not as good as the first two, but I enjoyed it.

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Mon Jun 13 2022
4

I need to listen to Black Sabbath. I missed out. Both albums so far have been fantastic, and not at all what I assumed.

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Thu Jun 16 2022
4

Different than what I was expecting. I like Black Sabbath and I liked this album. But it was different.

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Fri Jun 17 2022
4

This album instrumentally is a 5. Vocally ozzy is not.

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Fri Jun 17 2022
4

Not my favorite black Sabbath album, but still fun with some real bangers.

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Sun Jun 19 2022
4

didn’t have enough time to finish but what i listened to was great (up to changes)

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Thu Jun 23 2022
4

Good, enjoyed it.

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Sat Jun 25 2022
4

good stuff

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Thu Jun 30 2022
4

A more experimental and diverse Sabbath I think. Smoother and not as Heavy. More accomplished. Still good but easy to listen to.

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Tue Jul 05 2022
4

Standout Tracks: Wheels of Confusion, Changes, Snowblind, Laguna Surprise, Under The Sun

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Fri Jul 08 2022
4

Solid album! Enjoyed supernaut and slowblind.

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