Black Sabbath - Never Say Die! / She's Gone mp3 flacPerformer: Black Sabbath
Title: Never Say Die! / She's Gone
Style: Hard Rock, Classic Rock
Size MP3 version: 1356 mb
Size FLAC version: 1595 mb
Size WMA version: 1528 mb
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Black Sabbath - Never Say Die! / She's Gone mp3 flac
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Black Sabbath - Never Say Die (1978).
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1976 studio album by Black Sabbath. Technical Ecstasy (1976). Never Say Die! (1978). Punk was massive then and we felt that our time had come and gone.
28, 1978, Black Sabbath released 'Never Say Die!,' their final album with Ozzy Osbourne for three decades. The band started working on Never Say Die! in January 1978 at a time when few of the band members were capable of playing Louie, Louie, let alone writing a new album. In an effort to be progressive and innovative, they brought in horns, piano, clean guitars. The entire scene was a recipe for disaster, and it was a dish that would take a while to prepare even the initial stages of, since vocalist Ozzy Osbourne was nowhere to be found. We’d make plans to get together and he’d pull these disappearing acts, guitarist Tony Iommi told me in 2010
What have the artists said about the song? Never Say Die! was the most difficult Sabbath LP. The band was tired, and we were starting to fall apart. It was a horrible time, but I like what.
The "Ninth Star" album by EMERALD SABBATH is an ambitious epic rock and classical music tribute to BLACK SABBATH. Founded and produced by Michael Suilleabhain, an Irish nuclear construction safety inspector, the disc features 10 former members of BLACK SABBATH, The English Chamber Choir and much more. The first song to be released from the album is "She's Gone", which originally featured on SABBATH's 1976 album "Technical Ecstasy". The new recording features Dave Walker, who replaced Ozzy Osbourne briefly in 1977-1978.
I also like "She's Gone" a bit too (portends Ozzy's solo years quite nicely) So even though it's not something totally classic, like Master Of Reality, s/t, Paranoid, Vo. or Sabbath Bloody Sabbath (the latter, which was a little expansive in it's own right), I still appreciate Technical Ecstasy for what it is: an admittedly. lesser, but still good & interesting Black Sabbath album of the classic Ozzy era. I always have appreciated it as just that. With the TE and NSD tracks involved, it just made the journey of music more surprising and fresh; shining a light on Sabbath's diversity as well as their greatness.
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- Marketed By – Phonogram
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Phonogram Ltd.
- Producer – Black Sabbath
- Written-By – Black Sabbath
NotesEssex Music Int.Ltd.
(P) 1978 Phonogram Ltd.
Made in Germany.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: GEMA
- Other (On front and back sleeve): 5011
- Label Code: LC 1633
- Other (On labels): AA 6079 103
- Other (On label): 1.W
- Other (On label): 2.W
|SAB 001||Black Sabbath||Never Say Die (7", Single)||Vertigo||SAB 001||UK||1978|
|60 79 103||Black Sabbath||Never Say Die (7", Single)||Vertigo||60 79 103||Spain||1978|
|SAB 001||Black Sabbath||Never Say Die (7", Single, MP, Blu)||Vertigo||SAB 001||UK||1978|
|6837 512||Black Sabbath||Never Say Die (7", Single, Juk)||Vertigo||6837 512||France||1978|
|41031-5||Black Sabbath||Never Say Die (7", RE)||Earmark||41031-5||UK||2004|