Heavy Metal. Companies, etc. Records Inc. Notes Comes with printed inner sleeve replicating the original 4 page photo booklet inside the gatefold sleeve. The record itself is supplied in a separate white polylined inner sleeve. Back to home page Return to top. Back to home page. Listed in category:. Condition: New. Ended: 30 Aug, BST. Sellers declare the item's customs value and must comply with customs declaration laws. As the buyer, you should be aware of possible: - delays from customs inspection.
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Fleetburner Top reviews Most recent Top reviews. Top reviews from the United States. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Who knows? Verified Purchase. It's a great album. Alas, you don't know which version you are getting. Like a lot of records on Amazon, it appears multiple releases get sold under the same listing.
Based on the reviews it appears some people got the colored vinyl release. Alas, I did not release. So I had to return mine. I hope Amazon eventually figures out how to make this clearer to buyers. If you're trying to familiarize yourself with classic heavy metal music, this album is an absolute must-have for your collection. The Sabbath albums that probably get the most attention are the debut album and Paranoid, and even Master of Reality might be a little more well-known than this one, but Vol.
Even though the band was deep into substance abuse during the recording of this album, I think the original lineup was at its musical peak here. Tony Iommi just has so many amazing catchy riffs and Bill Ward absolutely kills it on the drums. You'll also hear the band experimenting and going beyond their usual heavy metal sound at certain points, most notably with the song Changes.
If you already own an older version of this album, you probably want to know what's different with this reissue. I have no complaints with these recent Warner remasters; I think they all sound awesome.
All of the Warner reissues basically have the same packaging format as well, but this isn't a criticism. They all come in a fold-out digipak, and the CDs are printed to match the labels on the original Warner LP issues. They also include all the artwork included with the original LPs, and booklets that feature write-ups, original artwork for the album's singles, and pictures of the band.
For as cheap as these reissues are now, I think they're a superb value. Long story short, I highly recommend you buy this album. I think Sabbath's first four albums are all superb, but I really think this is their best. If you already have an idea of what they sound like, I don't think you'll be disappointed. Description says "Limited Edition" and invoice states "Limited Opaque Orange" but the record received is black.
Album appears to be identical to non-limited copy I already own. I enjoy having all the different colored records from the Black Sabbath collection, which is why I purchased this. I've conveyed this to the seller and hope to hear back on what the issue is. I could have purchased a non-limited "regular" record for cheaper or just kept using the one I already have. BTW, my rating in no way reflects the actual album I have the first six CDs of this digi-pack remastered series.Aug 30, · Black Sabbath – Black Sabbath Vol 4. Black Sabbath - VOL. 4Gatefold LP on Gram ORANGE VINYL. Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Reissue, Remastered,Orange.