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  • I've ordered it.

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    • Originally posted by joebrice1992 View Post
      just over 2 weeks!

      who's order the super deluxe? I have :D
      Me too, and I'll probably download it from Amzaon too (if it ever becomes available there).
      My name is Lucifer please take my hand.

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      • I ordred the Delux Box also. But like others have stated, I plan to buy the album at Midnight via Itunes so I can have it immediatly. Otherswise I will probably end up having to wait another week for my box set to get here.
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        • Does it really matter what they release next, if anything prior to the album? Some will like it, some won't, some will be nuetral...you'll never see universal acceptance of anything they do... that's just reality... GID in my opinion was everything I had hoped it would be, it wouldn't fit into anything recorded after MOR... that's fine with me... we all knew beforehand they were going back ot their roots, the dark gloomy heavy sound of the Holy Trinity #1-#3... some are diappointed because we didn't get what... Johnny Blade?!!
          "Music is so sacred to me that I canít hear wishy-washy nonsense just played for the sake of selling records."
          R. Blackmore

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          • Originally posted by Wicked Cricket View Post
            Does it really matter what they release next, if anything prior to the album? Some will like it, some won't, some will be nuetral...you'll never see universal acceptance of anything they do... that's just reality... GID in my opinion was everything I had hoped it would be, it wouldn't fit into anything recorded after MOR.... that's fine with me.... we all knew beforehand they were going back ot their roots, the dark gloomy heavy sound of the Holy Trinity #1-#3... some are diappointed because we didn't get what... Johnny Blade?!!
            Yep, exactly.
            Try your hardest, you'll still be a loser
            The world will still be turning when you're gone

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            • Originally posted by joebrice1992 View Post
              just over 2 weeks!

              who's order the super deluxe? I have :D
              I ordered both the Super Deluxe Box and the Best Buy exclusive deluxe CD.
              "Without Black Sabbath there never would have been an Ozzy, and without Ozzy there never would have been a Black Sabbath"
              "If there ever was a band whose voice is so significant and distinct, that band is Black Sabbath and the voice is Ozzy Osbourne"
              ________Sabbath Forever, Forever Sabbath!______OzzyIsDio_ (YoY)

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              • Originally posted by Wicked Cricket View Post
                Does it really matter what they release next, if anything prior to the album? Some will like it, some won't, some will be nuetral...you'll never see universal acceptance of anything they do... that's just reality... GID in my opinion was everything I had hoped it would be, it wouldn't fit into anything recorded after MOR... that's fine with me... we all knew beforehand they were going back ot their roots, the dark gloomy heavy sound of the Holy Trinity #1-#3... some are diappointed because we didn't get what... Johnny Blade?!!
                But End of the Beginning ends like Dirty Women
                Do you hear the thunder raging in the sky?
                Premonition of a shattered world thatís gonna die.
                In the age of reason, how do we survive?
                The protocols of evil ravaging so many lives?

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                • Originally posted by LouiST View Post
                  But End of the Beginning ends like Dirty Women
                  It does and I love that!!

                  Something tells me that we die hards are gonna break down every lick on the album with "this one sounds like that" and "that one sounds like this". It's gonna be fun.
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                  • Originally posted by Wicked Cricket View Post
                    Does it really matter what they release next, if anything prior to the album? Some will like it, some won't, some will be nuetral...you'll never see universal acceptance of anything they do... that's just reality... GID in my opinion was everything I had hoped it would be, it wouldn't fit into anything recorded after MOR... that's fine with me... we all knew beforehand they were going back ot their roots, the dark gloomy heavy sound of the Holy Trinity #1-#3... some are diappointed because we didn't get what... Johnny Blade?!!
                    Very true Cricket, very true.
                    Casting his shadow, weaving his spell, funny clothes, tinkling bell.

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                    • We'll definitly be breaking down every song, etc etc... it'll be interesting to hear these songs in the context of an album, vs standing naked out their on their own as "singles"... just a matter of couple weeks now...
                      "Music is so sacred to me that I canít hear wishy-washy nonsense just played for the sake of selling records."
                      R. Blackmore

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                      • Anyone else booked a week off work for the release lol?
                        Vote leave if u want totally cool either way

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                        • TONY IOMMI Was 'Shocked' By BILL WARD's Decision To Bow Out Of BLACK SABBATH Reunion - May 22, 2013

                          BLACK SABBATH members Tony Iommi (guitar), Geezer Butler (bass) and Ozzy Osbourne (vocals) were interviewed for a cover story in the July 2013 issue of Guitar World magazine. A few excerpts from the chat follow below.

                          On Iommi being diagnosed with the early stages of lymphoma at the end of 2011:

                          Iommi: "Once I heard my doctor say that, my whole world changed. I thought, Bloody cancerous lymphoma? Well, that's it. I've had it.

                          "Once they diagnosed it, I had to start the treatment right away. And it knocked me about. I'd go through stages thinking, Can I do this? And then: Of course I can do this. I don't want to die. I want to carry on and do what I'm supposed to do.

                          "They thought I would pack up. But I asked the doctor, 'Is it okay if I work?' And he said, 'Yes, you've just got to be careful.' So I'd go in the studio and play for a bit. Then I'd get tired and I'd have to go and sit down. The guys would tell me not to push it."

                          Osbourne: "We all rallied around him. But it's not like we'd be saying, 'Are you okay? Are you okay?' We just got on with it. Sure, he looked tired, but he was a soldier and marched on. He still had more riffs coming out of him than anyone. None of us would go, 'Oh, he's fucking ill again.' We're bros. We grew up together. It's like a family member getting sick."

                          Butler: "It brought up how we're all just mortal beings, and we aren't gonna be here forever. Tony and I were on the HEAVEN & HELL tour with Ronnie James Dio, and six months later Ronnie was dead [from stomach cancer, in 2010]. We didn't have any inkling that was gonna happen. When Tony got the cancer, obviously that was in his mind. We didn't know how he'd respond to the treatment. So it was like, Let's get the album done at all costs, as long as Tony's up to it. So we'd write for three weeks, and then he'd go for his treatment and we'd all have three weeks off. But it didn't affect his playing at all. In fact I think it really encouraged him and kept his mind off the cancer, which is the best thing you can possibly do if you have that."

                          On BLACK SABBATH drummer Bill Ward opting out of the band's reunion in early 2012 over some well-publicized contractual disagreements:

                          Iommi: "I was shocked. We were hearing stuff from lawyers, like, 'I'm not happy with this. I'm not happy with that.' We waited a long time for Bill and we wanted to sort it out. But at the end of the day, especially after I was diagnosed, I thought, Fucking hell, that's it. We've got to get a move on. I might pop off next year! So I emailed him and said, 'Bill, we can't wait any longer. We've got to get on with it.' And that was it."

                          On recruiting Brad Wilk of RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE and AUDIOSLAVE to play on the new BLACK SABBATH album, "13":

                          Iommi: "We had our doubts, because they play a different, funky sort of music. But after a few days of rehearsal, we knew [producer] Rick [Rubin] was right. Brad was a really good player, and he was getting it. We liked his style and the way he tried different things instead of being regimented. It was sort of jazzy and loose, like Bill."

                          On whether they felt any performance anxiety recording their first SABBATH album together since 1978's "Never Say Die!":

                          Osbourne: "The pressure on us was terrific. I didn't want to sound hokey, trying to cop 'Paranoid' or 'Master Of Reality'. But at the end of the day, you just have to go with your heart and 'let go and let god,' as they say. I'll know if I'm cutting corners and if I can do a better vocal take or melody."
                          Last edited by axeman_12656; 05-22-2013, 12:45 PM.
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                          • Good find axeman!, looking forward to all the rock mags due to come out with interviews and reviews on 13 this/next month.
                            I only usually buy metal hammer and classic rock magazines, but may buy a few more if sabbath in them.
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                            • Wow great cover and story, can't wait to read the whole thing...like Ozzy said, they're family, sure they fight and fuss at times, but in the end, they have each other's back...it's sad Bill couldn't get it together, that would have been the entire family, I'm gracious we got the 3 of them...in the end, their musicians, it's what they do, they don't farm, they aren't mechanics, their not rocket scientists... their musicicans.. they play music, and their brothers who've been together if not in body, in mind and soul for 40 something years! You can't put a price on that, it's what life's all about...true family, truew friends, when you get together after a long period of being apart, it's like you never left.. you just pick up where you left off.. Savor this time fellow Sabs... these are the good 'ol days..
                              "Music is so sacred to me that I canít hear wishy-washy nonsense just played for the sake of selling records."
                              R. Blackmore

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                              • You know... If they have Tony and Ozzy on there you would think they would have went ahead and got Geezer also. Not to mention Bass Players read Guitar World also.

                                I love how healthy and happy Tony looks on that cover.
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