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13 (Deluxe Version)

Black Sabbath

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For more than three decades, rock fans have hoped for the return of Black Sabbath—Ozzy Osbourne, Tony Iommi, and Geezer Butler—but few could have predicted the forceful return-to-form of 13, produced by seven-time GRAMMY®-winning producer Rick Rubin. The band that defined heavy metal picks up immediately where they left off, delivering sprawling songs (five of them are over seven minutes) that possess every ounce of the maniacal vitality of their trailblazing work in the ’70s. On 13, Sabbath are joined by drummer Brad Wilk (Rage Against The Machine) on such epic songs as “End of the Beginning,” “Loner,” “Dear Father,” and “Age of Reason.” 13 is a testament to the enduring relevance of Black Sabbath’s long-running reign.

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Customer Reviews

Perfect

Just... Perfect...

13!!

Ozzy +Sabbath!!! All is right in the world again! Toni you sound amazing!! Legends to the end!

Fantastic

A taste of black sabbaths many eras, simply amazing

Biography

Formed: 1969 in Birmingham, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Black Sabbath have been so influential in the development of heavy metal rock music as to be a defining force in the style. The group took the blues-rock sound of late-'60s acts like Cream, Blue Cheer, and Vanilla Fudge to its logical conclusion, slowing the tempo, accentuating the bass, and emphasizing screaming guitar solos and howled vocals full of lyrics expressing mental anguish and macabre fantasies. If their predecessors clearly came out of an electrified blues tradition, Black...
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