℗ 1975 Warner Bros
 

Sabotage (2014 Remaster)

Black Sabbath

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1
Hole in the Sky (2013 Remaster)
Black Sabbath
4:01
2
Don't Start (Too Late / 2013 Remaster)
Black Sabbath
0:49
3
Symptom of the Universe (2013 Remaster)
Black Sabbath
6:29
4
Megalomania (2013 Remaster)
Black Sabbath
9:46
5
The Thrill of It All (2013 Remaster)
Black Sabbath
5:55
6
Supertzar (2013 Remaster)
Black Sabbath
3:42
7
Am I Going Insane (Radio / 2014 Remaster)
Black Sabbath
4:13
8
The Writ (2013 Remaster)
Black Sabbath
8:17
Total Playing Time    43:12
Sabotage is the sixth studio album by English rock band Black Sabbath, released in July 1975. It was recorded in the midst of litigation with their former manager Patrick Meehan and the stress that resulted from the band's ongoing legal woes infiltrated the recording process, inspiring the album's title. It was co-produced by guitarist Tony Iommi and Mike Butcher.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Rhino/Warner Records Studio Masters

Tracks 1-8 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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