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Headless Cross

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Category: Classic Metal

Year: 1989

Label: I.R.S. Records

Catalog Number: 564 24 1005 2

Average Rating: 97 / 100 (9 ratings)

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Personnel
Tony Martin vocals
Tony Iommi guitars
Laurence Cottle bass
Cozy Powell drums
Geoff Nicholls keyboards
Tracks
1.  The Gates of Hell  1:06
2.  Headless Cross  6:29
3.  Devil & Daughter  4:44
4.  When Death Calls  6:55
5.  Kill in the Spirit World  5:11
6.  Call of the Wild  5:19
7.  Black Moon  4:06
8.  Nightwing  6:38
  
Total Running Time:  40:28

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From: Defender Date: May 25, 2004 at 10:44
nice album...with a few good songs...Headless Cross, Devil And Daughter and When Death Calls

From: meradona Date: June 2, 2004 at 14:14
gran disco , de lo mejor de black sabbath , para mi su mejor epoca (lo siento por los fans de ozzy y dio) pero a mi tony martin me gusta mas que ellos, atencion a kill in the spirit world

From: Metal T Date: June 22, 2004 at 14:49
Imagine what "Headless Cross" and "Cross Purposes" would of sounded like with Dio' on vocals. A helluva lot better thats for d*mn sure.RJD's voice could've made up for the weak songwriting and Martin's vocals .

From: Blue Tequila Date: June 22, 2004 at 16:47
Couldn't agree more Metal T--especially the song Headless Cross. I bet it would come out sounding like something that could have been on his "Last In Line" album.

From: Metal T Date: June 22, 2004 at 18:01
Definitely Blue Tequila--That song sounds like it could have been written for RJD .

From: Big Papa K Date: July 1, 2004 at 17:04
Now they definately gone cheesy here. Too many keyboards and riffs that sound recycled. The title track is great and as the above said, does sound like is was written for Dio, but then Tony Martin does sound a little like him. 5/10

From: 92 Date: April 15, 2005 at 7:52
I really liked this album as well. The lyrics were a little darker than the last couple of albums but I believe that this album holds up well with the rest of the 80's Sabbath albums. It would have been awesome to hear Dio sing on a couple of these though.

From: TYNO/BRAZIL Date: May 24, 2005 at 12:38
THIS IS A GREAT ALBUM AND TONY MARTIN IS SINGING HIS LUNGS HERE. EXCELLENT !! I DOUBT IF OZZY COULD SING LIKE HIM.

From: juan carlos Date: February 22, 2007 at 18:26
TREMENDO DISCAZO!!! TONY MARTIN ERES UN MAESTRO. SUPONGO QUE DEBES TENER ESTA JOYA NO!!!???. YO NI BIEN SALIO LO TENGO EN K-SETT Y BIEN CONSERVADO Y AHORA EN CD. JOYON!! 10/10

From: MikeTuinstra Date: December 28, 2010 at 10:19
Keyboards add moods. As said above: darker lyrics dealing with the occult - trademark Sabbath, and good at that. Musically great songwriting and vocally superb. Underrated and overlooked because of the better known/hyped up Ozzy and Dio franchises. Each lineup is a different band, a different incarnation of Sabbath within its time frame. Among the very best of Sabbath - great, unique, and at places unmatched for harmonic song structure and vocals.

From: halfordhughes Date: June 2, 2011 at 13:52
this is their best album ever!!!must have this!great album!!!highly recommended!!!!!


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