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The Daily Cut: Black Sabbath "Children of the Sea"

Black Sabbath: “Children of the Sea”

ALBUM: Heaven and Hell

YEAR: 1980

WRITERS: Geezer Butler, Ronnie James Dio, Tony Iommi, Bill Ward

No single released from Heaven and Hell charted in the U.S., but the album went platinum. 142 more words

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Black Sabbath Collection Includes High-res Audio On Crucifix USB

The Ten Years War‘ collection is a box-set of eight records, two rare singles and MQA high-definition digital files.

Ozzy Osbourne, Tony Iommi… 168 more words

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Black Sabbath - Paranoid

Attack of the Killer Track! is a series that explores tracks from artists from a variety of genres. Some of the tracks were singles, some of them were obscure b-sides or long forgotten album tracks. 230 more words

Attack Of The Killer Track!

Classic Rock Almanac May 5, 2017

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Today’s Question: Original Black Sabbath drummer Bill Ward celebrates his 69th birthday today.   Since 2002, Ward has hosted an Internet radio show on WPMD at Cerritos College in California. 207 more words

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May 5 in history

553 The Second Council of Constantinople began.

1215  Rebel barons renounced their allegiance to King John of England.

1260 Kublai Khan became ruler of the… 715 more words

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NEWS: New UK Tour of Legally Blonde the Musical Announced

It has been confirmed that the hit Broadway and West End musical will be embarking on a brand new UK tour from September. 

The new touring production will be directed by Anthony Williams and is set to star Eastenders actress Rita Simons, Lucie Jones (representing the UK in this year’s Eurovision Song Contest) and Emmerdale’s Bill Ward. 234 more words

News: OMG you guys!!! Legally Blonde The Musical is going on tour!

EastEnders’ Rita Simons, Lucie Jones, who is representing the UK in the Eurovision Song Contest with “Never Give Up On You”, and Bill Ward, star of Coronation Street and Emmerdale are to star in a major new UK tour of the smash-hit Broadway and West End musical… 213 more words

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