℗ 1976 Warner Records Inc
 

Technical Ecstasy (2013 Remaster)

Black Sabbath

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1
Back Street Kids (2013 Remaster)
Black Sabbath
3:46
2
You Won't Change Me (2013 Remaster)
Black Sabbath
6:34
3
It's Alright (2013 Remaster)
Black Sabbath
3:58
4
Gypsy (2013 Remaster)
Black Sabbath
5:10
5
All Moving Parts (Stand Still / 2013 Remaster)
Black Sabbath
4:59
6
Rock 'N' Roll Doctor (2013 Remaster)
Black Sabbath
3:25
7
She's Gone (2013 Remaster)
Black Sabbath
4:51
8
Dirty Women (2013 Remaster)
Black Sabbath
7:15
Total Playing Time    39:58
Technical Ecstasy is the seventh studio album by English rock band Black Sabbath, produced by guitarist Tony Iommi and released in September 1976. After frustrating legal battles that accompanied the recording of 1975's Sabotage, Sabbath chose Miami's Criteria Studios for the making of Technical Ecstasy, which continued the band's separation from the doom and darkness that had been a trademark of their earlier albums.
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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