Black Sabbath Vinyl Music Records
Considered pioneers of heavy metal music, Black Sabbath burst onto the world stage with the release of their debut album in 1970. Since that time, they have sold over 70 million records worldwide and been hailed by MTV as the greatest metal band of all time. There's no better way to experience this legendary band than on vinyl records, whether you opt for Black Sabbath first-edition vinyl records or Black Sabbath reissue vinyl records.Record Lineups
Black Sabbath formed in Birmingham in 1968 with Tony Iommi the guitarist and main songwriter. Geezer Butler played bass, Bill Ward was on drums and iconic frontman Ozzy Osbourne was the singer. They released Black Sabbath, Paranoid and Sabbath Bloody Sabbath under this lineup, before Ozzy Osbourne left the band to be replaced by former Rainbow vocalist Ronnie James Dio. The next few years saw the band go through numerous lineup changes with the original members, except for Ward, reforming for their final album 13 that was released in 2013.Original Australian Pressings
If you want a collector's edition Black Sabbath vinyl record, look for original Australian pressings of some of their most celebrated albums. Get Vertigo Swirl as it was issued in 1972 or rare 1970 editions of Paranoid. You can also find good condition vinyl records of Sabbath Bloody Sabbath that hit Australian shores in 1973.Black Sabbath Originals
If you're concerned about the sound quality of original Black Sabbath LP vinyl records, look for high-quality reissues of your favourite albums. Some record labels moved away from virgin vinyl in the 1970s with the sound quality of recycled wax records often debated, meaning that reissues may offer a better audio experience, albeit without the collectible value, when compared to originals.Vinyl Box Sets
Do you want all of Black Sabbath's 1970s albums on vinyl? You can find reissued and remastered vinyl box sets of the albums released between 1970 and 1980, including Paranoid, Master of Reality and Sabotage. They also include Technical Ecstasy and Never Say Die, together with a 7-inch single of "Evil Woman" that was released in 1970.