One word: Awesome
By Tony game man
Personally, as a fan of Black Sabbath, I like the Ozzy years better. Dio pulled off that opera kinda thing that was great for his supergroup Rainbow, but didn’t fit with Black Sabbath. This album collects classics including: their self-tilted debut, Paranoid, Master Of Reality, Sabatoge, and Sabbath Bloddy Sabbath. Incredible.
No titles or artwork
I just happen to be a fan who already knows all the albums but if I was a new listener I would feel cheated that I did ‘t get song titles and album cover art.
This is worth it. I recommend it to any one who likes metal. This should be the ultimate collection not the other one. It may not have the The Dio or Gillian years but if you find this, get it, and find the three albums that don’t have Ozzy Osbourne you have your own ultimate collection of Black Sabbath!
No Songs Titles??????
By JJ NATAS
There are no songs titles!!!!!
For a $60 purchase .... wow .... apple quality control not good!!!
DO NOT BUY!!!
NONE of the songs are labeled. $60 for an album and you can’t tell what songs are available. Pretty sad Apple ITunes
Not quite complete...
By American Socialist
Black Sabbath is my favorite band of all time and this set was definitely worth the money. However, I was very disappointed that the bonus tracks from the Deluxe Editions were not included. Hopefully, they'll become available on iTunes someday.
Without black sabbath,there is no HEAVY METAL
Now I remember...
Now I remember why I stopped listening to Black Sabbath in the 1970s. They may have pioneered heavy metal, but they bought into corporate rock after after Sabbath Bloody Sabbath. Sorry I wasted my money on this set.
Nice find. Have never had any of these albums in digital format. Grew up on vinyl BS. Wish this colection was seperated with the art work for each album. Need to do a little editing to get it they way I would like it listed in iTunes.
Black Sabbath beginnings yes!!
By RitBo Cooledo
The rain falls, the thunder crackles as the bell tolls and the music starts! Sending chills down your spine as you revisit the first Black Sabbath album all the way through Never Say Die! The first album, Paranoid, and Master of Reality are known to just about anyone who listens to rock but if you want to get into some great deep tracks Volume 4, Sabbath Bloody Sabbath, Sabotage, Technical Ecstasy, and Never Say Die is what you need to listen to. Spiral Architect. The Writ, Wheels of Confusion, Who Are You?, and Megalomania are a few honorable mentions.