Sabbath Bloody Sabbath - Black Sabbath

Sabbath Bloody Sabbath

Black Sabbath

  • Genre: Metal
  • Release Date: 1973-11-27
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 8
  • ℗ 1973 Warner Records Inc. Marketed by Rhino Entertainment, a Warner Music Group Company.

Sabbath Bloody Sabbath ◷ preview

Title Artist Time
Sabbath Bloody Sabbath Black Sabbath 5:46 USD 1.29
A National Acrobat Black Sabbath 6:15 USD 1.29
Fluff Black Sabbath 4:08 USD 1.29
Sabbra Cadabra Black Sabbath 5:57 USD 1.29
Killing Yourself to Live Black Sabbath 5:42 USD 1.29
Who Are You? Black Sabbath 4:10 USD 1.29
Looking for Today Black Sabbath 5:00 USD 1.29
Spiral Architect Black Sabbath 5:27 USD 1.29


  • I love it

    By Cassa G
  • Best sabbath album of all time

    By Scottyjake22
    The first time I heard this album I was at a house party when I was a teen in highschool and an older 20 some year old guy brought out a record player and dropped the needle on the B side of Sabbath Bloody Sabbath and Killing yourself to live came on and it lit up my world. We were high and having a great time and it was the best and still Is the best 🤘
  • Another great album.

    By Reckia6
    I used to give this album a four star rating, then notched it up to five stars when I saw that I put all eight of these songs on my Black Sabbath playlist on ITunes! Sabbath’s most experimental album up to that point, with a lot of keyboards and synthesizers, but still quite heavy when it needs to be. The title track is a masterpiece and one of the best Black Sabbath songs period. Ozzy sounds amazing on this song, though he would never be able to hit them high notes in concert. I love Ozzy’s singing on the whole album. Every song here is a classic in it’s own unique way, almost overflowing with personality. A bit mellow in places, yes, with the beautiful instrumental Fluff and the intro for Spiral Architect. And Who Are You is built around a synthesizer melody, written and played by Ozzy. Love the lyrics on the album as well. My Mom would not let my brothers and I buy this album at first, because of the front cover. She finally caved in after the album got a big recommendation from our priest!!!
  • WOW! Sabbth Bloody Sabbath!

    By Mac Badger
    One of my favorites, Title track, Sabra cadabra ,A National acrobat, Killing Yourself to live, not a bad song on this classic-70's LP.
  • Prog sabbath!

    By hghgxjhgfh
    One hell of a good album!
  • Harmful tones

    By Leland Youngblood
    Just great! Love the harmful tones. Scary/ heavy!
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  • Fantastic

    By agentM192
    One of Sabbath's greatest works and a GOAT for metal.
  • A must for any serious music collection

    By AnatoLBro
    I guess the days of really having your own music collection is over. But this “album” is worth buying today even if it may only be a few years before the bitter fruit company makes you buy it again.
  • Underrated

    By 62Undertaker
    Had this album when I was a kid in the 70s. Never understood why it didn't get more attention. One of those rare albums where all of the songs are good.