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88SpeedfreakDrage
Weymouth, Dorset, UK
14 posts
Reg: 23/11-12
Posted: 2012-11-28 16:07   » Email
I'm doing a questionaire in relation to me Presentation on Black Sabbath's later years, (1986 to 1995). So if you wanna take the time to fill, I'd be most grateful. Thanks. Smile
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01. Who was the Singer for Black Sabbath?

02. There was more than just one singer for Black Sabbath, after Ozzy Osbourne. Do you know any of the others?

Ronnie James Dio:
Ian Gillan:
Glenn Hughes:
Tony Martin:

03. What Black Sabbath album is most familiar to you?
Paranoid:
Heaven & Hell:
Born Again
Seventh Star
Headless Cross:

04. Which of the these songs are most familiar to you?

War Pigs
Heaven and Hell
Heart Like a Wheel
The Shinning
Headless Cross

russel
Sweden, Írebro
261 posts
Age: 51 years
Reg: 2/5-06
Posted: 2012-11-30 13:49   » Website
01. Tony Martin(Glenn Hughes and Ray Gillen if I remember correct)
02. All of them.
03. All of them
04. Most?
In order to the amount I've have listened to them;
Heaven and Hell
The shining
War Pigs
Headless Cross
Heart Like a Wheel
NP: Troubled Horse - One step closer to my grave

lordherzkatheter
Germany
31 posts
Reg: 24/3-10
Posted: 2012-12-05 20:11
01. Who was the Singer for Black Sabbath?

I take this question as "who was THE definitive BS singer for me", and though I know, to most it will be Ozzy, MY BS singer was and always will be Tony Martin, followed by RJD.

02. There was more than just one singer for Black Sabbath, after Ozzy Osbourne. Do you know any of the others?

all four, plus Ray Gillen and that Donato chap - though I've never actually heard him sing.

03. What Black Sabbath album is most familiar to you?

Definitely "Headless Cross" of the mentioned, but "Tyr" just as much.

04. Which of the these songs are most familiar to you?

Well, I know the lyrics to all of them except "Heart Like A Wheel" (but I DO know "In For The Kill", "Seventh Star" and, well, "No Stranger to Love" - yes, not ashamed to say I like it!) by heart, but I've listened to "Headless Cross" most.
NP: Big Country - The Buffalo Skinners

russel
Sweden, Írebro
261 posts
Age: 51 years
Reg: 2/5-06
Posted: 2012-12-06 09:56   » Website
lordherzkatheter
"questionaire in relation Black Sabbath's later years, (1986 to 1995)"
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