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Black Sabbath - Live At Last... flac album
  • Performer Black Sabbath
  • Title Live At Last...
  • Date of release 1980
  • Style Heavy Metal
  • Other formats ADX AUD AU APE MPC DTS FLAC
  • Genre Rock
  • Size MP3 1712 mb
  • Size FLAC 1580 mb
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 928

Live at Last is a 1980 live album by English heavy metal band Black Sabbath. Despite its wide distribution and success (it peaked at No. 5 on the UK Albums Chart), the album was released without the permission or knowledge of the band, and is thus regarded in some quarters as an unofficial bootleg live album. The album was, however, released legally by the band's former manager Patrick Meehan who owned the rights to the recording.

This album was later re-released as part of the Past Lives double live CD in 2002, and was its first ever official recognition by the band. It was also finally released officially by Black Sabbath on it’s own in 2010. This is the original back cover image. However, the physical image you are looking at is a scan from the 2010 booklet, I do not have a physical original copy to scan from (hence the inclusion of the 2010 Universal catalogue number on the image). This is the back CD cover image from the 2010 re-release of the album.

Live at Last is a live album by Black Sabbath. It was recorded during the Vol. 4 Tour, but it was released in July of 1980. Despite its wide distribution and success, the album was released without the permission or knowledge of the band, and is thus regarded in some quarters as an unofficial bootleg live album. The album was re-released with the approval of the band on 27 September 2010.

It wasn't until 1982's double-LP Live Evil (which featured Ronnie James Dio instead of the Oz) that Warner finally put out a live Sabbath album in the . Released in England in 1980, Live at Last is a single LP that was recorded before Osbourne's departure but didn't come out until after he had left. Unfortunately, this LP's liner notes are problematic. Nems lets you know that Live at Last was recorded in Manchester, England, and at the Rainbow in London, but no recording dates are given. And Osbourne's first name is misspelled "Ossie.

Live at Last is the famous unauthorized Black Sabbath live album from the 'old days' of the band. I've got to say, however, that it is perhaps the weakest of all Sabbath material I've ever listened to: and this coming from a die-hard fan of both Sabbath and Heaven and Hell. Perhaps its out of fear that, because he's tuned his guitar so freaking low, Tony will bend the strings out of place, but he just plays like he doesn't care. Sweet Leaf" is perhaps the lowest point on this album

Black Sabbath discography (lives). lt; Black and Blue (1980). Black Sabbath discography (all). lt; Heaven and Hell (1980). Neon Knights, Children of the Sea (Live) (1980). Release date: July 1980. The album was initially released without the band's knowledge or permission, but later acknowledged as an official release. Re-released in 1990 by SNC Records for the Russian market, with adapted cover art (band name and album title additionally printed in Cyrillic). Re-released officially as Disc 1 of Past Lives on August 20, 2002. Re-released officially on it’s own in 2010. The original release of this album had Ozzy’s name spelled Ossie. This error was (intentionally) reproduced in the 2010 re-release. Recording information

The album Live at Last by Black Sabbath is considered an unofficial release. It was released in 1980 without any permission of the band, but was widely distributed and the release was legal. What was the last black sabbath album with Ozzy? The last sabbath album the had Ozzy as the lead singer was Never say die from 1978. The Black Sabbath album Paranoid was released in 1987. The title song from it became one of their most popular songs and they play it at most of their concerts, along with 'Iron Man'.

Surprisingly, Warner Brothers never released a live Black Sabbath album in the . during Ozzy Osbourne's years with the band. It wasn't until 1982's double-LP Live Evil (which featured Ronnie James Dio instead of the Oz) that Warner finally put out a live Sabbath album in the . EAC extraction logfile from 2. April 2016, 1:00. Black Sabbath, Live At Last. Used drive : SONY BD RW BDX-S600U Adapter: 1 ID: 2. Read mode : Secure Utilize accurate stream : Yes Defeat audio cache : Yes Make use of C2 pointers : No.

Tracklist

A1 Tomorrows Dream
A2 Sweat Leaf
A3 Killing Yourself To Live
A4 Cornucopia
A5 Snowblind
A6 Children Of The Grave
B1 War Pigs
B2 Wicked World
B3 Paranoid

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Printed): 0 16726-3205-4 4
  • Barcode (String): 016726320544

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BS001 Black Sabbath Live At Last ‎(LP, Album) NEMS BS001 1980
MLF 412 Black Sabbath Live At Last ‎(LP, Album) 7 Records MLF 412 Australia 1980
3205 Black Sabbath Live At Last ‎(Cass, Album, Comp) NEMS 3205 Netherlands Unknown
LPS 1019 Black Sabbath Live At Last ‎(LP, Album) Beograd Disk, NEMS LPS 1019 Yugoslavia 1980
ESM MC 331 Black Sabbath Live At Last ‎(Cass, Album, RE) Essential ESM MC 331 UK 1996