180 Gram Vinyl Record
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The original Black Sabbeth lineup: Ozzy Osbourne, Tony Iommi, Geezer Butler and Bill Ward
180-gram LP includes "Dirty Women," "Rock 'N' Roll Doctor" and "Gypsy"
Technical Ecstasy, Black Sabbath's seventh studio record, was originally released in September of 1976. Technical Ecstasy continued the band's separation from its signature doom and darkness that had been such a trademark of the band's early career. While the album's lyrics dealt with topics such as drug dealers, prostitution, and transvestites, the music itself was seldom dark, and tracks like "Rock 'n' Roll Doctor" and "It's Alright" (the latter sung by drummer Bill Ward — a decision supported by Ozzy Osbourne), were very different from Black Sabbath's earlier recordings. Also, the band continued experimenting with keyboards and synthesizers more so than previous albums. The track "She's Gone" features orchestrations.
|Back Street Kids|
|You Won't Change Me|
|All Moving Parts (Stand Still)|
|Rock 'n' Roll Doctor|