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Black Sabbath Featuring Tony Iommi - Seventh Star FLAC
Performer:
Black Sabbath Featuring Tony Iommi
Album:
Seventh Star
Style:
Hard Rock, Heavy Metal
Released:
2004
Country:
Russia
Label:
Essential , Sanctuary Midline
Catalog:
ESM CD 335, GAS 0000335ESM, SMRCD076
FLAC size:
2760 mb
MP3 size:
2928 mb
WMA size:
1409 mb


Tracklist


1Angry Heart
2In For The Kill
3In Memory...
4Danger Zone
5No Stranger To Love
Bass – Gordon Copley
6Turn To Stone
7Seventh Star
8Sphinx (The Guardian)
9Heart Like A Wheel


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
VERH 29, 826 704-1Black Sabbath Featuring Tony Iommi Black Sabbath Featuring Tony Iommi - Seventh Star ‎(LP, Album)Vertigo, VertigoVERH 29, 826 704-1UK1986
W4-25337Black Sabbath Featuring Tony Iommi Black Sabbath Featuring Tony Iommi - Seventh Star ‎(Cass, Album, Club)Warner Bros. RecordsW4-25337US1986
SMRCD076Black Sabbath Featuring Tony Iommi Black Sabbath Featuring Tony Iommi - Seventh Star ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM)Sanctuary Midline, BMGSMRCD076UK2004
826 704-1-4Black Sabbath Featuring Tony Iommi Black Sabbath Featuring Tony Iommi - Seventh Star ‎(Cass, Album)Vertigo826 704-1-4Turkey1986
826 704-1QBlack Sabbath Seventh Star ‎(LP, Album, Unofficial, Red)Vertigo 826 704-1QGermany2016


Credits


  • Art Direction, DesignSteve Gerdes
  • Lyrics By [Additional Lyrics]Geoff Nichols, Glenn Hughes, Jeff Glixman
  • Mastered ByGreg Fulginiti
  • Photography ByKevin Stapleton
  • Producer, EngineerJeff Glixman
  • Written-ByTony Iommi
  • BassDave "The Beast" Spitz, Gordon Copley (tracks: 2)
  • Design [Re-issue], Sleeve Notes [Booklet Notes], Sleeve [Original Sleeves]Hugh Gilmour
  • DrumsEric Singer
  • Guitar [All Guitars]Tony Iommi
  • KeyboardsGeoff Nichols
  • Photography By [Additional Photography]Chris Walter, Ross Halfin
  • Producer, EngineerJeff Glixman
  • Remastered ByRay Staff
  • VocalsGlenn Hughes


Notes


12 page booklet. Jewel сase.
The Matrix / Runout coincides with the release Seventh Star.
Label side is copied from the release Seventh Star with the mention of the label Sanctuary Midline.Multi-panel with lyrics.


Barcodes


  • Barcode: 5 017615 833522
  • Matrix / Runout: UICY-92502
  • Label Code: LC 6448
  • Other (Left from the Matrix / Runout): made in japan
  • Rights Society (Printed on the CD label side): MCPS
  • Barcode: 0 42282 67044 1
  • Rights Society: SACEM/SACD/SDRM/SGDL
  • Price Code: PG 581


Companies


  • Printed By – Imp. Polygram
  • Published By – Phonogram International B.V.
  • Copyright (c) – Warner Bros. Records Inc.
  • Recorded At – Cheshire Sound Studios
  • Mastered At – Artisan Sound Recorders
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Gimcastle Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Gimcastle Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Castle Communications PLC
  • Remastered At – Whitfield Street Studios


Video



Album


Released January 28, 1986. It also features former Lita Ford backing band members Dave Spitz and Eric Singer, due to the fact that around this time, Lita Ford was engaged to Tony Iommi. He chose the latter. Buy Now. This is a 1986 promotional advert for the Seventh Star album from Warner Bros. Released in January 1986, it features founding guitarist Tony Iommi alongside musicians Geoff Nicholls, Eric Singer, and Dave Spitz, playing keyboards, drums, and bass, respectively, and Glenn Hughes, ex-Deep Purple bassist and vocalist, as lead singer. To favorites 33 Download album. A dedicated video to Notes Although Seventh Star is for all intents and purposes Tony Iommi's first solo album, pressure from management forced the awkward billing of Black Sabbath Featuring Tony Iommi. The featuring part was dropped when they went on tour, however. Whether the band is playing the speed metal of Turn to Stone Eye of the Storm or the downtuned blues of Heart Like a Wheel, Iommis guitar sound had more heart, more grit, and more otherworldl. The twelfth album by Black Sabbath and the first without Geezer Butler, Seventh Star was the start of truly dark time for the band. The album was the group's first release without bassist and primary lyricist Geezer Butler, who left the band in 1984 after the Born Again tour. Black Sabbath released 'Seventh Star' in January 1986. He assembled yet another new Sabbath lineup fronted by vocalist Tony Martin, who completed the vocals on 1987's The Eternal Idol and remained in the. Hard Rock Heavy Metal. Tony Iommi due to record label pressures. While it's obviously not a true Black Sabbath album, Seventh Star bears Iommis unmistakable imprint. Rather than motivate sales, this confusion only caused needless damage to the albums reception. Black Sabbath - Turn To Stone. It was recorded at Cherokee Studios in Los Angeles, California, and in Cheshire Sound Studios in Atlanta, Georgia, and released in January 28, 1986. Seventh Star is the twelfth studio album by English heavy metal band Black Sabbath. Black Sabbath survived the Seventh Star debacle, but just barely. Black Sabbath - No Stranger To Love. Listen album. Seventh Star was released in January of '86 with the unwieldy heading Black Sabbath Featuring Tony Iommi splashed across its front the album was pretty much doomed from the moment it hit record store racks. Seventh Star. Iommi hired a crew of high-powered studio musicians to help bring Seventh Star to fruition, including bassist Dave The Beast Spitz older brother of Anthrax guitarist Dan Spitz and drummer Eric Singer who would later go on to successful stints with Alice Cooper and KISS. Though widely reviled by fans and disowned by Iommi, Seventh Star was a moderate commercial hit and ultimately reached 78 on the Billboard 200 album chart. 1990 Japan PHCR-2055 Vertigo. Guitarist Tony Iommi unveiled what was meant to be his first solo album, Seventh Star , in January 1986. Its the only Black Sabbath album to feature former Deep Purple bassist and vocalist Glenn Hughes on lead vocals. Except pressure from his record company ultimately saw the LP branded as a yet another Black Sabbath release Black Sabbath Featuring Tony Iommi, to be precise, and it would go down as one of metal's most misunderstood and unfairly maligned albums. The album was intended as a solo album by last remaining original Sabbath member Tony Iommi hence why the album is more or less a blues record and not a metal album. While it's obviously not a true Black Sabbath album, Seventh Star bears Iommis unmistakable imprint. Seventh Star is the twelfth studio album by Black Sabbath. All of these mitigating factors, left Iommi with two choices: try to revive Black Sabbath by recruiting an entirely new lineup or, like Osbourne, work as a solo artist. The song from the album of the Iommi solo band, after called Black Sabbath feat. Seventh Star Tracklist. or so he thought. Except pressure from his record company ultimately saw the LP branded as a yet another Black Sabbath release Black Sabbath Featuring Tony Iommi, to be precise, and it would go down as one of metal's most misunderstood and unfairly maligned albums. Black Sabbath. Seventh Star Featuring Tony Iommi. The following are pictures of the acetate version of Seventh Star when it was really obvious that it was going to be just a Tony Iommi solo album, not a Black Sabbath record. In For The Kill Lyrics. Songs in album Black Sabbath - Seventh Star 1986. Additional musicians: Gordon Copley - bass on No Stranger To Love. Tony Iommi due to record label Star. Ray Gillen left the band during pre-production for the next album, forcing Iommi to clean house yet again. Black Sabbath - In For The Kill. Seventh Star Q&A. Black Sabbath - Sphinx The Guardian. Completa tu colección de Black Sabbath Featuring Tony Iommi. Tony's original plan for Seventh Star was to feature a variety of guest vocalists, each singing one of the album's tracks. It was originally. Glenn Hughes - vocals Tony Iommi - guitars Geoff Nicholls - keyboards Dave Spitz - bass Eric Singer - drums. Black Sabbath - Seventh Star 1986. Record company pressure forced Iommi to call it a Black Sabbath album, hence the official name of the band on this album being Black Sabbath featuring Tony Iommi. Metal 1986. As of 2011, this album has never been formally released on CD in North America by Warner Bros. Black Sabbath released 'Seventh Star' in January 1986