Black Sabbath Vol. 4

Black Sabbath - Vol. 4 [2009 Remaster]  

Posted by Toxxy at Oct. 5, 2009
Black Sabbath - Vol. 4 [2009 Remaster]

Black Sabbath - Vol. 4 [2009 Remaster]
Year/Label: 1972/2009 Sanctuary Records | CD#: 2716857
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Black Sabbath - Vol.4 [US 1st pressing 24bit-96kHz vinyl]

Black Sabbath - Black Sabbath, Vol.4
1972 | Heavy Metal | Vinyl rip (24bit-96kHz) in FLAC | 886Mb
Warner Brothers Original U.S. pressing (green label)

from allmusic: Black Sabbath, Vol. 4 is just a cut below its two indisputably classic predecessors, as it begins to run out of steam — and memorable riffs — toward the end. However, it finds Sabbath beginning to experiment successfully with their trademark sound on tracks like the ambitious, psychedelic-tinged, multi-part "Wheels of Confusion," the concise, textured "Tomorrow's Dream," and the orchestrated piano ballad "Changes" (even if the latter's lyrics cross the line into triteness). But the classic Sabbath sound is still very much in evidence; the crushing "Supernaut" is one of the heaviest tracks the band ever recorded.

Black Sabbath, Vol.4  

Posted by Mirabo at Aug. 30, 2007
Black Sabbath, Vol.4

Black Sabbath, Vol.4
MP3 | 256 Kbps | 78 MB | Original Release Date: September 1972

"Vol. 4" is Sabbath's last record before the band started incorporating keyboards and orchestras into their music, so some fans think this is the last true Sabbath album. I wouldn't go as far to say that, but I do think that there is no doubt that this is the group's last album before they got experimental. Every band member is in fine form, here. Tony turns out groovey riffs, Bill thumps away at his drum set, and Ozzy wails the vocals. (The wailing guitar solo on "Wheels of Confusion," and the long drum solo on "Supernaut" are two examples of the band's excellent musicianship.) Like all timeless albums, there are a few truly great songs on here (like the superb "Supernaut," the controversial/infamous "Snowblind," and the very doom-y album closer, "Under The Sun"). But the rest of the album is pretty darn great, too. "Wheels of Confusion" is an epic, eight minute album opener, and "Tomorrow's Dream" and "St. Vitus' Dance" are backed by a deep, dark groove and sludgy, grumbling riffs. Three other lost classics are the weepy, obligatory ballad, "Changes," where Ozzy sings and mopes over a gentle piano, "Cornucopia" (which is one of Sabbath's fastest and heaviest songs), and the beautiful acoustic instrumental, "Laguna Sunrise."

Black Sabbath - Vol.4 (1972)  Music

Posted by ruskaval at June 7, 2007
Black Sabbath - Vol.4 (1972)

Black Sabbath - Vol.4 (1972)
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Rhino Records Remastered (from "Black Box". 2004)

Ranked #60 in Q's "100 Greatest British Albums"…
Black Sabbath - Studio Albums (1970-1975, 6CD) (1991, Teichiku Records, Japan) RE-UPPED

Black Sabbath - Studio Albums (1970-1975, 6CD)
Year & Label: 1991, Teichiku Records Co., Ltd. Japan | CD#: TECP-23892~4, TECP-23937~9
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Black Sabbath - Complete Studio Albums: 1970-1978 (2014) [Official Digital Download 24bit/96kHz] RE-UP

Black Sabbath - Complete Studio Albums: 1970-1978 (2014)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/96 kHz | Time - 329:33 minutes | 7,42 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front cover(s)

When Ozzy Osbourne, Tony Iommi, Terry “Geezer” Butler and Bill Ward formed Black Sabbath in 1969, they created a signature sound that set the blueprint for heavy music and influenced generations of disciples for years to come. Black Sabbath - Complete Studio Albums: 1970-1978, features the band’s collected studio works for Warner Bros. Records from the 1970’s, including their iconic eponymous debut, Black Sabbath (1970), the multi-platinum landmark Paranoid (1970), the platinum albums Master Of Reality (1971), Vol. 4 (1972), and Sabbath Bloody Sabbath (1973), and the gold-certified Sabotage (1975), Technical Ecstasy (1976), and Never Say Die! (1978).
Black Sabbath - Japanese SHM-SACD Collection (6x SACD, 1970-1980) [PS3 ISO + FLAC] {Combined RE-UP}

Black Sabbath - Japanese SHM-SACD Collection (6x SACD, 1970-1980)
PS3 Rip | SACD ISO | DSD64 2.0 > 1-bit/2.8224 MHz | Full Scans included | 7,34 GB
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/88,2 kHz | 2.0 Stereo | 239:40 minutes | Scans included | 4,9 GB
Black Sabbath - The CD Collection. (1988) (1970-1975, Limited Edition 6CD Box) RESTORED

Black Sabbath - The CD Collection. (1988)
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Label: Castle Communications | Catalog Number: BSBCD001 | RAR 3% Rec. |
… Non-remastered, 1st worldwide CD-Press of 1970-1975 Black Sabbath Albums …

1988 UK/France limited edition 55-track 6-CD album box set including 6 extra live tracks - Tomorrows Dream, Wicked World, Killing Yourself To Live, Children Of The Grave, Cornucopia & Sweet Leaf. Also includes 96 page booklet and a silver Devil/Crucifix badge. Housed in gold embossed black box - numbered edition of 3000 copies only!
Black Sabbath - Black Box, The Complete Original (8CD+1DVD Set, 2004) [Repost]

Black Sabbath - Black Box, The Complete Original (8CD + 1DVD Set, 2004)
Box Set | Remastered 2004 (Rhino/WB)
8CD | APE+CUE+LOG | 2.4 GB | All Scans (600dpi)
DVD-5, NTSC (Video_TS folder) | Dolby AC3 | ~ 20 min | 969 Mb
all links updated Jun 22, 2009

Black Sabbath - Black Box, The Complete Original (8CD+1DVD Set, 2004) [Repost]

Black Widow Vol.4 #1-8 (2010) Complete  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at Dec. 22, 2012
Black Widow Vol.4 #1-8 (2010) Complete

Black Widow Vol.4 #1-8 (2010) Complete
English | CBR | 8 Issues | HD | 286.38 MB

The deadly super-spy from IRON MAN 2, INVINCIBLE IRON MAN and CAPTAIN AMERICA in her own action-packed tale! Natasha Romanoff is not a super hero. She's not psychic. She doesn't fly. And yet as the Black Widow, she manages to hold her own against a world of incredibly powerful enemies and allies. But now someone has tried to kill Natasha and almost succeeded.