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Black Sabbath - The Eternal Idol

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  1. Jugore says:
    The Eternal Idol was a crucial step towards solidifying Black Sabbath once again, after the chaos of the previous years, but it would be the next album, Headless Cross, that was a resounding return. A much more solid album, Headless featured the new nucleus of .
  2. Voodookinos says:
    Jan 27,  · Black Sabbath - The Shining (Ray Gillen Vocals, mastered version) - Duration: blacksabfan , views.
  3. Mujin says:
    "The Eternal Idol" is then first Black Sabbath album to feature vocalist Tony Martin, who would sing on on several more Sabbath releases. Martin's addition bought some much needed stability to the band, but the rest of the lineup seemed to be in flux at the time.
  4. Douk says:
    Black Sabbath "Eternal Idol": No one said it had to be this way Why are we the victims of their Final word Dying world is killi.
  5. Mizshura says:
    Warner Bros. Records released it on 8/11/87 for the American market. The most problematic album recording in the history of Black Sabbath. Production started in Montserrat, with Jeff Glixman producing, and a line-up of Tony Iommi, Ray Gillen, Geoff Nicholls, Eric Singer and Dave Spitz, and ended in London, with Chris Tsangarides producing, and a line-up of Tony Iommi, Geoff Nicholls, Tony.
  6. Mikagul says:
    67 rows · First actual show in , and first live gig with Tony Martin. Dave Spitz returns for this .
  7. Tygom says:
    Eternal Idol Lyrics: No-one said it had to be this way / Why are we the victims of their final word? / Dying world is killing us so slowly / I believe no God may save us now / Can you see what I see.

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