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Black Sabbath

Seventh Star

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Category: Heavy Metal

Year: 1986

Label: Sanctuary Midline

Catalog Number: SMRCD076

Average Rating: 88 / 100 (7 ratings)

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Black Sabbath Seventh Star Album Cover

Glenn Hughes vocals
Tony Iommi guitars
Dave Spitz bass
Eric Singer drums
Geoff Nicholls keyboards

Seventh Star was intended to be a Tony Iommi solo album. However, the record company wanted the album released under the Black Sabbath moniker. A compromise was reached and the record was billed as Black Sabbath featuring Tony Iommi. When the band went on tour, they dropped Featuring Tony Iommi from their name and Iommi continued releasing new studio albums under the Black Sabbath name through 1995. The album has never been officially released on CD in the United States.
1.  In For the Kill  3:40
2.  No Stranger to Love  4:28
3.  Turn to Stone  3:28
4.  Sphinx (The Guardian)  1:11
5.  Seventh Star  5:20
6.  Danger Zone  4:23
7.  Heart Like a Wheel  6:35
8.  Angry Heart  3:06
9.  In Memory  2:35
Total Running Time:  34:46

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From: underworld king Date: February 14, 2010 at 22:07
Finally added! I love this album. I don't care what anybody says ( I know this was supposed to be an Iommi solo album) but Tony Iommi is Black Sabbath IMO and this is a Sabbath album. Very different from their previous albums but some great classics here with In For The Kill, Turn To Stone, Danger Zone, Seventh Star and the combination Angry Heart/In Memory. One of my top five Sabbath albums. This was also the first time I saw Sabbath in concert and Ray Gillen (RIP) handled all the songs flawlessly.

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