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3 stars I don't see what people dislikes so much about this album. Sure, it's not as good as their debut or "Paranoid", but it's just a natural progression. Or well... It was because of their hectic touring & intense drug&alcohol problems that they just couldn't keep up the great music anymore. Still not bad, since there are at least 2 great songs here. The first one, is "All moving parts stand still". It's a funky mid-70's rock tune with lyrics that for some reason reminds me of Alice Cooper (which is also good, but far from sabbath). The next one is probably the most popular and well-known song from this album, Dirty Women! It's almost epic, with several diffrent riffs, tempo & mood changes. It has a bit dirty lyrics (and on some concerts women used to take their tops of during this number), but that doesn't drag it down. I still love it! A good effort from sabbath, considering what they were going through at the time. 3/5!
Abstrakt | 3/5 |


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