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  • Ryan Porter
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    There are some good events on the album. I do actually enjoy "Illusion of Power", "Forbidden", "Get A Grip", and "Kiss Of Death" greatly. "Shaking Off The Chains" is a decent song ... it still takes a bit of my patience to really enjoy "I Won't Cry For You", only because the production of that song is so weak.

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  • UnderTheSun
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    Quote: I have to agree, thought I feel like Rusty Angels ripped off sins of the father. They sound exactly the same.
    There is a resemblance, you can also take a listen to Too Late and compare it to I Won't Cry For You, those sound really alike.
    Edit: Around 3 minutes into the song aproximetly.

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  • UnderTheSun
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    The production does not bother me at all. I like it. Of course I wouldn't say no to a remaster of it though.

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  • MRM45
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    I've tried...I've really tried to get into Forbidden but it just doesn't work for me....I just find it boring and very flat.

    I'd love for someone to clean it up (horrible production) and then I'd give it another go.

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  • Renaissance
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    It was really...It was a shame it was the last albumm from them.

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  • Ray Rules
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    Originally Posted By: Renaissance I was surprised on how good Tony Iommi was on there...His solo's were of the best he's ever done (Cozy was just wonderful, as I mentioned)...
    indeed, the band sounds really tight!

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  • Renaissance
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    I was surprised on how good Tony Iommi was on there...His solo's were of the best he's ever done (Cozy was just wonderful, as I mentioned)...

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  • Bill M
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    Over all, I still like the album. My only complaint is that it seemed rather rushed. They hadn't taken such little time to finish an album (2 weeks, was it?) since their 1970 debut. I can understand the benefits of trying to keep things raw and spontaneous, but again I think it came off as sounding rushed. I remember Tony Martin saying in an interview that when it came time to printing the lyric sheets, he had to go back to the tapes sometimes to remember what it was that he sang!

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  • Psycho Man
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    Rusty Angels is way better IMO

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  • MarcStitz
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    Originally Posted By: UnderTheSun Forbidden is my favorite Black Sabbath album, infact, it's my favorite album of all time. The CD contains no fillers at all. My favorite song on the CD would be Sick and Tired it's so beautiful. The rap thing is nothing but catchy and good, Ice T is a great artist. When I first listened to it I did dislike the echo thing in the intro of Can't Get Close Enough but it has really grown on me now. This CD is 44 minutes of pure flawlessness!
    I have to agree, thought I feel like Rusty Angels ripped off sins of the father. They sound exactly the same.

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  • Renaissance
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    Yeah...that'd be awsome!

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  • Ray Rules
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    Originally Posted By: UnderTheSun Forbidden is my favorite Black Sabbath album, infact, it's my favorite album of all time. The CD contains no fillers at all. My favorite song on the CD would be Sick and Tired it's so beautiful. The rap thing is nothing but catchy and good, Ice T is a great artist. When I first listened to it I did dislike the echo thing in the intro of Can't Get Close Enough but it has really grown on me now. This CD is 44 minutes of pure flawlessness!
    Yes, and now imagine the level of destroying power it would get if somebody do a remaster of it!

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  • UnderTheSun
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    Forbidden is my favorite Black Sabbath album, infact, it's my favorite album of all time. The CD contains no fillers at all. My favorite song on the CD would be Sick and Tired it's so beautiful. The rap thing is nothing but catchy and good, Ice T is a great artist. When I first listened to it I did dislike the echo thing in the intro of Can't Get Close Enough but it has really grown on me now. This CD is 44 minutes of pure flawlessness!

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  • Psycho Man
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    from this board maybe but not on the large scale it would take to get any of the Martin albums considered calssics.

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  • Ray Rules
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    Yes, but more and more people are getting into it!

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