Sabot - Forbidden album
Forbidden is the 18th studio album by English rock band Black Sabbath, released in June 1995. This recording saw the reunion of Black Sabbath's Tyr-era line-up from 1990, with the return of Neil Murray and Cozy Powell.
Forbidden is the eighteenth studio album by Black Sabbath. It was released on June 20, 1995. It was the last album to feature Tony Martin on vocals, Geoff Nicholls on keyboards, and the last by the band until 2013 when Ozzy Osbourne and Geezer Butler returned for the album 13. The Illusion of Power. Can't Get Close Enough. Shaking Off the Chains.
Songwriter – Black Sabbath. Vocals – Tony Martin. Mould SID Code (Variant 1): ifpi 1537. Matrix, Runout (Variant 2): 830620 2 @ 2 1-1-10-NL. Forbidden (CD, Album). 830620, 890620 1A2BHR. Forbidden (LP, Album, Unofficial).
Black Sabbath started working on Forbidden in Par Street Studios in Liverpool, England in 1994 and did the crux of the recording in 10 days in Los Angeles at Devonshire Studios with producer, Body Count guitarist Ernie C. The label had hoped the producer would provide the band with some fresh ideas, but listening back to the record it seems like the only. We were kinda steered into a rap Sabbath album, Martin told Gibson in 2011. Then I was told that Ice-T was gonna be doing it and they couldn’t or wouldn’t tell me if he was doing the whole thing or just one track. I still didn’t know the answer to that when I was in the studio singing the tracks.
Forbidden is the eighteenth studio album by British band Black Sabbath, released in June 1995. It was the last album to feature Tony Martin on vocals and the last by the band until 2013 when Ozzy Osbourne and Geezer Butler returned for the album 13. The album sold 21,000 copies in the . in its first week and as of 2013, Forbidden has sold 191,000 copies in the U. .The album received a generally negative response from critics and fans alike.
The final Black Sabbath album with Tony Martin and by far the worst received. Released in the mid-90s, when most of the metal genre was going through a tough time, both commercially and critically (with some notable exceptions of course), the album features some additional vocals by the rapper Ice-T on the first track. Almost everyone who worked on it called it terrible, with Tony Iommi even saying that it should have been forbidden.
NotesSide A: Recorded live in Budapest, Hungary - October 19, 1991
Side B: Recorded live in Budapest, Hungary - October 20, 1991