Gold Supporting Member
- Aug 3, 2020
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Well, I've got most of Dio's work. From Elf to Heaven and Hell. And I've owned Paranoid my whole life, but I've really come to appreciate 70s Sabbath as a whole over the last 10 years - never a big fan of Ozzy's vocal tone in the 70s even though I loved his early solo stuff.Get all Sabbath with Ozzy.
Then get Ozzy's first two Blizzard of Oz and Diary of a Madman. Bark at the Moon if you can find it.
Then start on the Sabbath with Dio.
Also, get all Rainbow with Dio and Ritchie Blackmore, especially Rising.
You will listen to them all for life. A core part of any hard rock/early metal collection.
Deep Purple Perfect Strangers for a trial if you want that sort of thing. Then, In Rock. Burn. Fireball. Machinehead.
Stack them next to each other and play at least one a day because a day without one of them isn't a good day.
IMO, Sabotage is the best Sabbath album with Masters a close second.
I have Hole in the Sky, Symptom, and The Writ from Sabotage - they're great. Does the rest of the album stack up?