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Ginger Baker. Your Amazon Music account is currently associated with a different marketplace. April 25, at pm. Retrieved 22 October More song titles, even if they are not actual songs, means more publishing money. Today, when artwork can be supplied on disc or via the internet, created using universally used programs, the room for error is small, and because of emails and the internet, approvals can be instant. Back on Earth the flame of life burns low Everywhere is misery and woe Pollution kills the air, the land and sea Man prepares to meet his destiny.
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Master of Reality is the third studio album by English rock band Black Sabbath , released on 21 July It is widely regarded as the foundation of doom metal , stoner rock , and sludge metal. Master of Reality was Black Sabbath's first and only top 10 album in the US until 13 , forty-two years later. The album was produced by Rodger Bain , who had also produced Black Sabbath's previous two albums, with future Judas Priest producer Tom Allom handling engineering. But this time we were a lot more together, understood what was involved and were more opinionated on how things should be done.
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The original UK pressing on Vertigo is a relatively straight forward, simple design, but this record certainly has the most alterations and variations in comparison to any other Sabbath LP cover. An alternative take from this photo session appears on the picture disc release of Paranoid. Unsurprisingly, few copies survive with posters intact, and can attract high prices when they are included. European versions also featured the same black and purple embossed cover design, but with more conventional sleeves. Original Japanese editions of the LP had the same design, but with the band name and title printed in white on a black background. These variations may have been due to production limitations in different territories, or possibly deliberate decisions made in these countries, but in my opinion it was simply due to misunderstanding or miscommunication between different countries. As artwork was often the last thing to be produced, after the record was in the can, it was regularly rushed to meet deadlines, then would have to be dispatched across the globe to different territories.