Apr 06, · “Disturbing the Priest” is one of my all-time favorite Sabbath songs, and the first of two stone-cold classics on this album. Crowned by one of the performances of Ian Gillan’s life, it’s a ton beast of a track, pummeling, pounding and totally pulverizing. Ian has none of that. His lyrics are terrible; mostly about sex, getting drunk, rocking out, etc. On top of that, his delivery does not fit Sabbath at all. In Disturbing the Priest and Born Again, he does manage to sound somewhat menacing, but the rest of the time, he just sounds too damn happy. It doesn't fit at all. Digitally remastered and expanded deluxe two CD edition of this album from the Hard Rock/Metal legends including a bonus disc containing an additional 11 tracks. Born Again was the band's first album since Ronnie James Dio departed and remains their sole album with Deep Purple's Ian Gillan on vocals.
Black Sabbath» Born Again» Disturbing the priest Disturbing the priest – Black Sabbath Disturbing the priest (Turbando il sacerdote) è la traccia numero tre dell’undicesimo album dei Black Sabbath, Born Again, pubblicato il 7 agosto del Its Black Sabbath's Highway Star. "Disturbing the Priest" and "Zero the Hero" are classic Sabbath but just so much darker and menacing. You will shudder. "Hot Line" is a fair jam and a precursor to "Knocking at your back door", with some good screams, and Born Again has some of the flange flavor from Sabbath Bloody Sabbath. Feb 02, · Disturbing The Priest is an absolutely great song. Interesting structure with a completely bonkers intro/outdo and the murky production really benefiting the quieter verses. Other standouts are Keep It Warm and Born Again. Loved this album when I first came across it. I was a 15 year old fan of Venom and just getting into other Thrash and Black. Born Again 's equally atrocious "production" leaves one with the distinct impression that, in a misguided attempt to record the heaviest album ever, Black Sabbath came away with the muddiest instead. Among the smoking ruins that pass for its songs, one might find it possible to appreciate Gillan 's trademarked double entendres on "Disturbing the Priest," pick out a 3/ Black Sabbath «Born Again» CD Album Heavy Metal 7 / 1: Trashed 2: Stonehenge 3: Disturbing the Priest 4: The Dark 5: Zero the Hero 6: Digital Bitch 7: Born Again 8: Hot Line 9: Keep it Warm: Ian Gillan - vocals Tony Iommi - guitars Geoff Nicholls - keyboards. Original album released in September on Vertigo, VERL 8 (UK #4 / US #39) All tracks owned by Gimcastle Ltd. under exclusive license to Sanctuary Records Group Ltd. A BMG company, except tracks to owned by BBC Music under license to /5(4).
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