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  • scorpio 2000
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    I think i will go with Tyr.

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  • OIM
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    Originally posted by OzzyIsDio View Post
    You get enjoyment out of things don't you OIM?
    Yes i do. I don't forget all the douchebaggery lebRON brought to this forum. Screw em' 😈
    Last edited by OIM; 12-06-2015, 05:57 PM.

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  • OzzyIsDio
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    Originally posted by OIM View Post
    Cool Ron!!!!!1
    You get enjoyment out of things don't you OIM?

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  • OIM
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    Originally posted by Sin Cardinal Sin View Post
    Changes now and then. It was Born Again for a good while, now I have no one particular like. Say TYR, Cross P, H Cross ... typing this, I just realized for the first time ever that Sabbath has two albums with 'Cross' in it.
    Cool Ron!!!!!1

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  • Sin Cardinal Sin
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    Changes now and then. It was Born Again for a good while, now I have no one particular like.

    Say TYR, Cross P, H Cross

    ... typing this, I just realized for the first time ever that Sabbath has two albums with 'Cross' in it.

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  • Wicked Cricket
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    wow Post Dio... none stand out to my ears... pretty basic hard rock 80's type metal stuff... very generic actually.. formulated for the most part... I'd have to say Cross Purposes.. Born Again turned out to be an Abortion...

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  • Ted Sallis
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    IMHO there's only one album to choose from:

    Born Again

    Ted

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  • Sicko FanAtic
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    Ward One: Along the Way

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  • 7th Star 86/
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    Eternal Idol
    Seventh Star
    Headless Cross
    Born Again
    Cross Purposes
    TYR
    Forbidden

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  • LizzyRocks
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    Eternal Idol, Born Again, Headless Cross

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  • B5Erik
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    My rankings and ratings for the post Dio era...

    1. The Eternal Idol (5/5)
    2. Cross Purposes (4.25/5)
    3. Tyr (4.25/5)
    4. Born Again (4.25/5)
    5. Seventh Star (4/5)
    6. Headless Cross (3.75/5)
    7. Forbidden (3/5)

    The Top 4 above would all be in my overall Sabbath Top 10 Albums list...

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  • brokentiny
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    Originally posted by Billy Underdog View Post
    ^^^ You just put some nice diplomatic wordings i haven't found myself yet to explain why i'm not too keen on Dio-Sabbath. Thanx
    No problem!

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  • B5Erik
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    The Eternal Idol

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  • Billy Underdog
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    ^^^ You just put some nice diplomatic wordings i haven't found myself yet to explain why i'm not too keen on Dio-Sabbath. Thanx

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  • brokentiny
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    'Born Again' easy. Prefer it way more than the previous 3 studio albums.
    It would go something like this:
    1. Born Again
    2. Heaven and Hell
    3. Never Say Die
    4. Mob Rules.

    When I first heard about the so-called 'Deep Sabbath' lineup I was simultaneously intrigued and a little worried, but it turned out pretty good. They had by that stage lost their 'feel' or as I call it, original intent especially with the Dio records (as good as H&H is). And of course Born Again doesn't live up to the original vibe of the original run (and it never could), but it has a touch of it. There is a gloomy foggy English-ness that was missing from the last few records and a bit of a return to the despair inherent in the earlier works. Some may see that as regression, I see it as rediscovering themselves a little more. I've spoken about it before, but the changing of members had not only created a change in sound, but (perhaps more importantly) the intention and 'feel' was altered. Dio was a great vocalist/lyricist, but in a very theatrical, slightly more macho, traditional 'metal' way. He forged his own path and vision of what Sabbath could be...and that's totally fine and good on him. But for me what was lacking was a sense of despair and melancholy. There was a lot more about projection of power, fantasy and darkness and less about despair and bleakness which was inherent in the Ozzy years.
    My five cents.

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