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  1. Born Again [Vinyl] LP (12" album, 33 rpm), Import Black Sabbath Format: Vinyl. out of 5 stars ratings. Stream Born Again ( Remaster) by Black Sabbath and tens of millions of other songs on all your devices with Amazon Music Unlimited. Exclusive discount for Prime members/5().
  2. Doramar says:
    With Black Sabbath, Bev Bevan, Geezer Butler, Ian Gillan. Black Sabbath performs in the music video "Trashed" from the album "Born Again" recorded for Vertigo Records. The music video begins with an angry man at a bar and scantily clad women wearing black bags over their heads. The man removes the mask to revealed them to be scarred. The band performs on stage with Ian Gillan singing.
  3. Oct 24,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Trashed - Black Sabbath - vinyl - YouTube Black Sabbath - Born Again [Legendado PT-BR] BP® - Duration: SabbathPlace , views.
  4. Tracklist: 1. Trashed 2. Stonehenge 3. Disturbing the Priest 4. The Dark 5. Zero the Hero 6. Digital Bitch 7. Born Again 8. Hot Line 9. Keep It Warm.
  5. Aug 22,  · According to a posting on the unofficial BLACK SABBATH web site gavinarakeleronmalofym.xyzinfo, a special edition of BLACK SABBATH's "Born Again" album will be made available shortly on double vinyl LP.
  6. Meztishura says:
    Jun 30,  · The year when ex-Deep Purple singer Ian Gillan joined forces with the almighty Black Sabbath. The result was the outstanding "Born Again" album, well maybe not outstanding but a .
  7. Mikajind says:
    Jan 02,  · Born Again is the eleventh studio album by Black Sabbath. Released in August of , it is the first and only album the group recorded with lead vocalist Ian Gillan. It was also the last Black Sabbath album for nine years to feature original bassist Geezer Butler and the last to feature original drummer Bill Ward.4/5(K).
  8. "Trashed" was released as a single, with an accompanying video. Like most of Born Again's songs, it was performed only during Gillan's time with the band. The track gained controversy as one of the PMRC's "Filthy Fifteen". The organisation claimed the song was about drug and alcohol abuse.

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