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    Question Fav song off of Technical ecstasy

    my favorite song off it would be Dirty Women but You wont change me is also very good

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    I'm going to wait for the upcoming Survivor Series before I comment on this release.
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    Back Street Kids or Dirty Women. I pretty much like the whole album.
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    Religion won't save me, the damage is done.
    The future has ended before it's begun.

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    I would go with Dirty Women with You Won't Change Me right behind it. I also love the whole album.
    Religion won't save me
    The damage is done
    The future has ended
    Before it's begun
    - Damaged Soul - Black Sabbath

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    I have to say that Dirty Women is my fav too
    "Never say never"

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    I agree with Drago and SYMPTOMSofEVILWOMEN.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hell_Awaits View Post
    Back Street Kids or Dirty Women. I pretty much like the whole album.

    This and You won't chenge me

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    Quote Originally Posted by SYMPTOMSofEVILWOMEN View Post
    my favorite song off it would be Dirty Women but You wont change me is also very good
    ME TOO- my reason is this -when i visited bill ward years ago in seal beach we got
    talking and he mentioned how hard it was after a performance to "come down" off that high energy experience of playing live in front of thousands of people,he mentioned to help of this "come down" he drank,smoked-"partied" and sometime - Women helped him achive this "after" effect so after he said this i told him "yeah a women for sale would save my day" -TOO ! , he just laughed with me when i said that--he knew i was refering to that song.
    true story!,mike
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    Most people completely disagree with me, but I think the two best are "It's Alright" and "Rock n Roll Doctor". They are both good fun, a little cheesy yes, but well constructed, everything hangs together nicely. I do really like "You Won't Change me", especially for the guitar solos, but it's a bit of a downer, and "Back Street Kids" would be great but the mix is messed up, and Ozzy's singing is kind of rough on that one.

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    All moving parts (stand still)
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    Quote Originally Posted by NoWayOut View Post
    All moving parts (stand still)
    This would be my favorite as well

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    Dirty Women without a doubt...All Moving Parts following that...the rest not even close to these two!

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    BACK STREET KIDS
    YOU WON'T CHANGE ME
    ITS' ALRIGHT
    GYPSY
    ALL MOVING PARTS (STAND STILL)
    ROCK N ROLL DOCTOR
    SHES' GONE
    DIRTY WOMAN



    My favourite would probably be; You Won't Change Me, Gypsy and Dirty Woman (i think they played this better live though) and It's Alright and All Moving Parts,
    I love this album so much, don't get why people don't like it, this was the album that got me into Sabbath

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    Diiirty womeeeen - oy yoooy

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    I dont listen to this album much, but my fav would be All Moving Parts...

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    I'd also say All Moving Parts, and Dirty Women isn't bad. Rock N Roll Doctor, however, is one of the worst songs of the Ozzy era IMO.

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    This is very hard as I love and enjoy the entire album, one of my favorite Sabbath albums and all time favorite in general.

    At this moment Id have to go with Gypsy.
    "Without Black Sabbath there never would have been an Ozzy, and without Ozzy there never would have been a Black Sabbath"
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    My favorites from Technical Ecstasy is: You wont change me and Rock and Roll Doctor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kennyz View Post
    My favorites from Technical Ecstasy is: You wont change me and Rock and Roll Doctor.
    You Won't Change Me is an excellent song, it's hard for me to pick favorites because I love the entire album.
    "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"
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    Back Street Kids - Super Crisp Proto-Thrash with a bright bridge and keyboards that aren't irritating but complementary. Ozzy's a little hoarse and screechy but not as bad as RnRDr, which I hate.
    You Won't Change Me - Powerful stuff. Great Solos, haunting melodies, emotional lyrics. Great Man Angst.

    Honorable Mention: It's Alright. I've really come to appreciate this track and Bill's smooth voice, and the way he hangs alllriiiiiiiiiiiiiiiighhhhhhhhhhhhhttttttttt for four hours. The lyrics are a little mystifying, but the Piano and Tony's solo and then the acoustic bits....great song.

    Dishonor: RnRDr. Screechy, trite, cliche, horrible

    Also Ran: Dirty Women...Great riffage bad subject matter "I really really really like whores" just doesn't hit the ear right anymore. (Although I *do* like whores....hmm)

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    It is difficult to pick one song because i really like the whole album but, the first song which came in mind when i read about the favorite Technical Ecstasy album, was Dirty Women so my pick for my favorite track from Technical Ecstasy album, is Dirty Women. I have nothing to say, the song speaks itself....

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    Quote Originally Posted by William_the_Bloody View Post

    Honorable Mention: It's Alright. I've really come to appreciate this track and Bill's smooth voice, and the way he hangs alllriiiiiiiiiiiiiiiighhhhhhhhhhhhhttttttttt for four hours. The lyrics are a little mystifying, but the Piano and Tony's solo and then the acoustic bits....great song.
    Bill's best vocal performance since 'Planet Caravan', am I right? Relax, everyone, I'm joking....

    'Dirty Women' is definitely my favourite from the album. Although unlike some here, I can't really get overly excited about this album. 'Dirty Women' is a pretty cool track though, no doubt.

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    Dirty Women epic solo
    "Music is so sacred to me that I cant hear wishy-washy nonsense just played for the sake of selling records."
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    It's not "the best" song on TE but I will say All Moving Parts (Stand Still).

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    I don't listen to it much myself, but glad All Moving Parts (Stand Still) has it's fans.

    My favorite from the album as of this time is Dirty Women (this live version in particular is pretty excellent if you ask me, just stumbled on it today! https://a.tumblr.com/tumblr_p7e8a0XwbW1xqo4hxo1.mp3)

    Other ones I have a preference for are Rock n Roll Doctor, She's Gone, Back Street Kids, You Won't Change Me, All Moving Parts (Stand Still)
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    Gypsy is my fav.

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    1) Dirty Women
    2) You Won't Change Me

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Sabman Cometh View Post
    1) Dirty Women
    2) You Won't Change Me
    I hereby salute you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scorpio 2000 View Post
    Gypsy is my fav.
    It's my favorite as well Scorpio, just the way Ozzy sings it, like the Gypsy woman is coming for his soul.
    "Without Black Sabbath there never would have been an Ozzy, and without Ozzy there never would have been a Black Sabbath"
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    You Won't Change Me is one of my favorite Sabbath songs

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dante_Doomsday View Post
    You Won't Change Me is one of my favorite Sabbath songs
    That's probably my second favorite Dante, I just love the entire album.
    "Without Black Sabbath there never would have been an Ozzy, and without Ozzy there never would have been a Black Sabbath"
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