Black Sabbath: Never Say Die

SKU: 14788550
Black Sabbath: Never Say Die

Black Sabbath: Never Say Die

SKU: 14788550

Format: CD

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Title: Never Say Die
Artist: Black Sabbath
Label: Sanctuary UK
UPC: 602527165332
Genre: Rock, Heavy Metal

Digitally re-mastered edition of this 1978 album from the veteran Heavy Metal maniacs. Towards the end of 1977, Black Sabbath were in a state of turmoil. Problems of all description were having an adverse effect on the band's ability to function and finally Ozzy Osbourne could take no more and would quit at the end of the Technical Ecstasy World Tour. Ozzy eventually returned to resume lead vocal duty and a re-location to Toronto, Canada for recording sessions and the resultant Never Say Die! Album. This re-mastered and sumptuous gatefold digipak edition of the album boasts comprehensive story of the album sleeve-notes by renowned Rock critic Jerry Ewing and a plethora of rare and previously unseen photographs and items of memorabilia. Sanctuary.

1.1 Never Say Die
1.2 Johnny Blade
1.3 Junior's Eyes
1.4 Hard Road
1.5 Shock Wave
1.6 Air Dance
1.7 Over to You
1.8 Break Out
1.9 Swinging the Chain
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