BLACK SABBATH - Say Die 12" Vinyl LP Album

"Never Say Day" is the 1978 official full-length album by the British Rock band "Black Sabbath"

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Music Genre:

Heavy Metal Hard Rock  

Album Production Information:

Produced by Black Sabbath Essex Music

Record Label Information:

Vertigo 9124 101

Media Format:

12" Vinyl LP Record 135 grams vinyl

Year & Country:

1978 Made in Germany
Track Listing of: Black Sabbath Never Say Die

The Song/tracks on "Black Sabbath Never Say Die " are

    Side One:
  • Ne ver Say Die
  • Johnny Blade
  • Juniors Eyes
  • Hard Road
    Side Two:
  • Shock Wave
  • Air Dance
  • Over to YOu
  • Break Out
  • Swinging the Chain
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Index of BLACK SABBATH - 1960-1990 Album Cover Gallery 12" Vinyl LP Discography Information

Black Sabbath's History;

 Black Sabbath is one of the most influential and groundbreaking bands in the history of rock and heavy metal music. Formed in Birmingham, England in 1968, the band consisted of lead vocalist Ozzy Osbourne, guitarist Tony Iommi, bassist Geezer Butler, and drummer Bill Ward. With their unique sound and dark imagery, Black Sabbath single-handedly created the heavy metal genre and laid the foundation for countless metal bands that followed.

 Black Sabbath's sound was heavily influenced by blues rock, but they took it to a new level with the incorporation of dark and eerie elements. Their music often featured heavy and distorted guitar riffs, bass-driven grooves, and powerful drum beats, and the lyrics often dealt with darker and more ominous themes, such as death, evil, and the occult. This combination of hard-hitting music and lyrics that dealt with taboo subject matter was a departure from the more upbeat and lighthearted music that was popular at the time, and it quickly gained a cult following.

 One of the key elements of Black Sabbath's sound was Tony Iommi's distinctive guitar playing. Iommi was known for his fast and aggressive playing style, which was characterized by his use of powerful riffs and solos. Despite losing the tips of two of his fingers in a factory accident, Iommi was able to adapt his playing style to accommodate the injury, and his signature sound became one of the hallmarks of the heavy metal genre.

In addition to their music, Black Sabbath's image was also a major factor in their appeal. The band was known for their dark and mysterious stage presence, and their album covers and merchandise often featured imagery of death, evil, and the occult. This aesthetic helped to further set them apart from other bands of the time and gave them a unique and memorable identity.

 Black Sabbath's impact on the heavy metal genre cannot be overstated. They were one of the first bands to play what would later be called heavy metal, and they paved the way for countless metal bands that followed. The band's influence can be heard in countless metal and hard rock bands, from early heavy metal pioneers like Judas Priest and Iron Maiden, to more contemporary bands like Slayer and Metallica.

 Despite their success and influence, Black Sabbath faced numerous challenges throughout their career. The band was often criticized for their dark and controversial image, and they were frequently targeted by moral and religious groups who saw their music and lyrics as a threat to society. Despite these challenges, the band continued to produce new music and tour, and their popularity only continued to grow.

Black Sabbath's line-ups:

Black Sabbath had several line-up changes throughout their career. Here is a list of the most notable line-ups:

Original line-up (1968–1979): Ozzy Osbourne (vocals), Tony Iommi (guitar), Geezer Butler (bass), and Bill Ward (drums). This is considered the classic line-up of the band, and they recorded some of their most iconic albums together, including "Black Sabbath," "Paranoid," "Master of Reality," and "Sabbath Bloody Sabbath."

  1. Line-up with Ronnie James Dio (1979–1982): Ozzy Osbourne was replaced by Ronnie James Dio on vocals, and this line-up recorded the albums "Heaven and Hell," "Mob Rules," and "Dehumanizer."
  2. Reunited line-up with Ozzy (1997–2006, 2011–2017): The original line-up reunited for several tours and albums, including "13" in 2013.
  3. Line-up with Ozzy and various other members (2017–present): The current line-up consists of Ozzy Osbourne on vocals, Tony Iommi on guitar, and Geezer Butler on bass. Several different drummers have played with the band since Bill Ward's departure, including Tommy Clufetos and Brad Wilk.
  4. Throughout their career, Black Sabbath has also had several other members and temporary replacements, but these are the most notable line-ups that the band has had.
BLACK SABBATH Discography 1960-1989
BLACK SABBATH - Attention! Volume Two 12" LP
 BLACK SABBATH - Attention! Volume Two ( 1975, UK )  12" LP

 WWA 101 , 1975 , United Kingdom

This album "Attention! Volume Two" is a compilation album with Black Sabbath songs from the 1970's and includes some classic songs like: "Rat Salad" and "War Pigs".

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BLACK SABBATH - Self-Titled 12" LP
 BLACK SABBATH - Self-Titled  12" LP

Vertigo 847.903 847903 , 1970 , France

"Black Sabbath" is the debut album by the British Heavy Metal band with the same name.

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BLACK SABBATH - Born Again ( Offensive Album Cover )
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Vertigo 814 271 , 1983 , West-Germany

This album cover eventually caused controversy and has been hated by some fans.

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BLACK SABBATH - Collection Vol 1 3LP Box-set
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Discos Victoria VLP-101 / 30.465, 30.466, 30.467 / 9094/3, Iberofon SA , 1984 , Spain

This "Collection Vol 1" is a hard to find compilation box-set containing 3 12" vinyl LP's.

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BLACK SABBATH - Dehumanizer
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  I.R.S 7 13155 , 1992 , EEC

Dehumanizer is the first album in over a decade to re-unite Ronnie James Dio and Vinny Appice

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BLACK SABBATH - Eternal Idol
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Vertigo 832 708 , 1987, Netherlands

"Black Sabbath's 'The Eternal Idol' (1987) ushered in a new era with vocalist Tony Martin. Produced by Patrick Meehan, Jeff Glixman, Chris Tsangarides, and Vic Coppersmith-Heaven, it showcased the band's evolution. Recorded at top studios, the album's sonic exploration and production finesse, coupled with striking cover art by Shoot That Tiger! and Cindy Palmano, solidified its impact. Released under Vertigo Records, it stands as a pivotal chapter in Black Sabbath's history."

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BLACK SABBATH - Greatest Hits ( White Label )
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NEMS NEL 6009 , 1977 , West-Germany

This is the "Greatest Hits" compilation album released in 1977 on the NEMS Record Label. The illustration on the album front cover is "El Triunfo de la Muerte" by Pieter Bruegel, El Viejo and the record's label is white with black typography

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BLACK SABBATH - Greatest Hits ( "Fried Egg" Label )
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1977

This is the "Greatest Hits" compilation album released in 1977 on the NEMS Record Label. The illustration on the album front cover is "El Triunfo de la Muerte" by Pieter Bruegel, El Viejo and the record's label shows a "Fried Egg".

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BLACK SABBATH - Headless Cross
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 I.R.S. 064-24 1005 , 1989 , EEC

This album "Headless Cross" has been released in 1989 on the I.R.S. Record Label and the band features "Brian May" , "Tony Martin", "Cozy Powell" and "Laurence Cottle".

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BLACK SABBATH - Heaven and Hell
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Vertigo 6302 017 (6302 017) , 1980 , Germany

"Heaven and Hell" was the first album after singer Ozzy Osbourne left the band and was the first album featuring Ronnie James Dio , formerly of Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow, who brought his own unique style of song writing and vocalisation to the "Black Sabbath" band.

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BLACK SABBATH - Live Evil 2Lp Germany
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Vertigo 6302 202 , 1983 , West-Germany

"Live Evil", released in 1982 and in January 1983 in the UK, is the first "official" live album by British heavy metal band Black Sabbath, the previously released Live at Last (1980) not having been sanctioned by the band. It was recorded with Ronnie James Dio singing and is a document of the Mob Rules World Tour

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BLACK SABBATH - Live Evil 2LP Netherlands
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Vertigo 6650 009, Vertigo 6302 202, Vertigo 6302 203 , 1983 , Netherlands

Black Sabbath's "Live Evil" 2LP Album, released on December 16, 1982, immortalizes the band's live prowess during their 1982 world tour. Recorded at iconic venues, the album seamlessly blends classics from the Ozzy era with Dio's powerful vocals, showcasing Black Sabbath's evolution. A sonic journey through their discography, "Live Evil" stands as a timeless testament to the band's enduring impact on heavy metal.

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BLACK SABBATH - Live Evil 2LP Netherlands
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Vertigo PRID 11 / 826-882 , 1983 , Netherlands

"Live Evil" is the first official live album by British heavy metal band Black Sabbath.

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BLACK SABBATH - Master of Reality ( USA )
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NEMS - NEL 6004 , 1976 , USA

This album "Master of Reality (US)" is the third album released by the British Heavy Metal band: Black Sabbath.

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BLACK SABBATH - Master of Reality ( Canada )
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Warner Bros (WB) Records BS 2562 , Canada

This is the Canadian release of "Master of Reality" the third album released by the British Heavy Metal band: Black Sabbath.

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BLACK SABBATH - Master of Reality ( WWA Records )
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WWA Records WWA 008 , 1971 , England

This is the English release of "Master of Reality" , the third album released by the British Heavy Metal band: Black Sabbath.

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BLACK SABBATH - Never Say Die
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Vertigo 9124 101 , Vertigo 9124 101 1978 , Germany

"Never Say Day" is the 1978 official full-length album by the British Rock band "Black Sabbath"

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BLACK SABBATH - Paranoid ( Gt. Britain )
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Vertigo 6360 011 (6360011)    , 1970 , England

This is the collectable copy of Paranoid with the full swirl on the inner sleeve as well as on the record label. This page describes all the details of this album Paranoid.

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BLACK SABBATH - Paranoid ( Germany )
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Vertigo AA 6360 011 (6360011)    , 1970 , Germany

This is an early German release of Paranoid by Black Sabbath with the full swirl on the record label. This page describes all the details of this album.

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BLACK SABBATH - Sabotage
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Warner Bros BS 2822 , 1975 , USA

This page describes "Sabotage" the sixth full-length album by "Black Sabbath" and released in 1975.

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BLACK SABBATH - Vol 4 ( Full Swirl , 1972 )
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Vertigo 6360 071 , 1972 , United Kingdom

"Vol 4" was originally to be titled Snowblind, after one of several tracks referring to cocaine use. The album was recorded in California, the first time Sabbath had recorded a studio album outside the United Kingdom.  

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BLACK SABBATH - Vol 4 ( France )
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Vertigo 6360 071 , 1972 , France

This is the French Edition of Black Sabbath's Vol 4 which was originally to be titled Snowblind, after one of several tracks referring to cocaine use. The album was recorded in California, the first time Sabbath had recorded a studio album outside the United Kingdom.

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BLACK SABBATH - We Sold Our Soul for Rock and Roll
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Victoria Records VLP 106 / 40.470 , 1984 , Spain

This is the rare Spanish Edition of Black Sabbath's - We Sold Our Soul for Rock and Roll".

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