Album review: Black Sabbath – Sabotage Super Deluxe

This week marks eight years since Black Sabbath released 13, the first album to bear the band’s name in 18 years, and the first to feature Ozzy on vocals in 35. Its predecessor, 1995’s Forbidden, was a turkey, while the last two albums to feature the band’s classic original line up – 1976’s thin-spread Technical Ecstasy and ​‘78’s lousy Never Say Die! – were the sounds of an exhausted ba...

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