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Album: Master of Reality

Artist: Black Sabbath

  • Genre: Metal
  • Release Date: 1971
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 8

  • Copyright: ℗ 1971 Warner Records Inc. Marketed by Rhino Entertainment, a Warner Music Group Company.

Tracklist For Master of Reality By Artist Black Sabbath

Title Artist Time
Sweet Leaf Black Sabbath 5:04 USD 1.29
After Forever Black Sabbath 5:26 USD 1.29
Embryo Black Sabbath 0:28 USD 1.29
Children of the Grave Black Sabbath 5:17 USD 1.29
Orchid Black Sabbath 1:30 USD 1.29
Lord of This World Black Sabbath 5:25 USD 1.29
Solitude Black Sabbath 5:01 USD 1.29
Into the Void Black Sabbath 6:10 USD 1.29

Reviews For Master of Reality By Artist Black Sabbath

  • So good

    By NicholasP12345
    Only album to ever beat this is paranoid.
  • Tony Iommi Recalls the Best and Worst of Black Sabbath

    By lickeysplit
    “We tried recording ‘Into the Void’ in a couple of different studios because Bill [Ward] just couldn’t get it right. Whenever that happened, he would start believing that he wasn’t capable of playing the song. He’d say, ‘To hell with it—I’m not doing this!’ There was one track like that on every album, and ‘Into the Void’ was the most difficult one on Master of Reality. “The coughing that opens the album is actually me! Ozzy had pulled out a joint, and I nearly choked to death on the bloody thing—and they recorded it! I didn’t have any idea that it would end up on the record.”
  • Their best..

    By abcforeverz
    If I had to choose one record.
  • SABBATH!!!

    By CommendedSphinx
    If you don't own this album you should! Such a great album from such an amazing band!
  • laughable

    By ohnoohyes
    i laugh in the face of the one and two stars. this is the best sabbath by far. every track is insane.
  • YES YES YES!!!

    By The Illuminatti
    This is the album that defined Black Sabbath and doom metal alike. Also laid the foundation for white metal. Thank you Black Sabbath \m/
  • Children of the grave rules

    By Metallica sabbath lover
    Must have for a true black sabbath fan my personal favorite
  • THIS is heavy

    By Jackknife
    Let's put this is context. This album still stands up as one of the heaviest metal albums ever. And it was released in…wait for it.…1971! These blokes invented metal. Period. End of story. NO other band at that time was anywhere near this heavy. Zeppelin? Please. They just played the blues really loud and ripped off every blues song out there. Sabbath morphed the blues into something altogether different and sinister and made it their own. Plus all of their tunes were original. Into The Void? Friggin unreal.
  • My favorite Sabbath album

    By KtheLibra
    Out of their entire catalogue, this one has always been my favorite. "After Forever" and "Children of the Grave" are big highlights. Add to that they're only charging $5.99? I can't pass this up. Neither should you.
  • Hey guy

    By Anonymouth7
    Buy the whole album. Its worth it. I bought the whole paranoid album and it didnt dissappoint at all. Im about to do the same here.

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