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Black Sabbath: Paranoid - Classic (Blu-ray)

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What Black Sabbath: Paranoid, the latest addition to Eagle Rock Entertainment’s impressive catalog of music releases, offers is a variety of different interviews with the members of the band - Ozzy Osbourne (Vocals), Tony Iommi...

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What Black Sabbath: Paranoid, the latest addition to Eagle Rock Entertainment’s impressive catalog of music releases, offers is a variety of different interviews with the members of the band - Ozzy Osbourne (Vocals), Tony Iommi (Guitar), Terry ”Geezer” Butler (Bass) and Bill Ward (Drums) - in which they recall how their greatest album came to exist. A number of different historians, journalists and professionals can also be heard commenting on the band’s significant importance for the explosion of Heavy Metal in Europe and the rest of the world. Black Sabbath: Paranoid is approximately one hour long and divided into eight chapters: Early Sabbath, War Pigs, Iron Man, Planet Caravan, Electric Funeral, Hand of Doom, Fairies Wear Boots, and Paranoid. Each chapter contains information about the band’s maturation as well as the very specific type of sound they introduced with Paranoid. There are also detailed explanations about the structure of the music the band produced. According to Tony, Terry, Ozzy and Bill no one expected Black Sabbath to become a monster band. When they returned from their first trip to Germany, where they performed in the legendary Star Club, everyone was shocked to discover that their first album had made an enormous amount of noise and gotten into the charts. A lot of the comments Tony, Terry, Ozzy and Bill offer about how exactly Paranoid came to exist are very interesting – and strange. Apparently, no one really knew what they were going for; Tony was the driving force in the band but even he did not have a clear idea as to what was going on at the time; the music just happened. Ozzy was the one experimenting with the lyrics, but Terry was the one who would polish them. Tony and Bill would then join in and make sure that they would work with the different melodies they had composed. Somewhere along the way, while experimenting with different riffs and lyrics, the guys also became interested in black magic. In addition to the fascinating revelations about Black Sabbath’s successes and obsessions, Black Sabbath: Paranoid also offers a few generic observations about the socio-political conditions in America at the time when the band was working on Paranoid. Different historians and journalists, for example, point out the type of effect the band’s music had amongst those who sympathized with the anti-war movement during the Vietnam War. Finally, there is a very interesting session in Black Sabbath: Paranoid with Tom Allom, the famous producer and sound engineer who was affiliated with Black Sabbath from 1970-1973, who literally deconstructs most of the songs in Paranoid at his studio. Allom carefully extracts Ozzy’s vocals then Tony’s solos and finally Terry and Bill’s parts to demonstrate how simple yet incredibly effective their music is. Note: In the supplemental features section on this Blu-ray disc there is approximately 43 minutes of deleted footage. All of it should have been left in Black Sabbath: Paranoid as it is just as informative and entertaining as what is left in the final cut.