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Black Sabbath. 1970-1987 - Complete 1996 Castle Remasters.

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Black Sabbath. 1970-1987 - Complete 1996 Castle Remasters. 15 albums
EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE+LOG | ~ 5 GB | MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | ~ 1.7 GB | Complete HQ Scans | PNG -> 1 GB
Label: Gimcastle Ltd/Castle Communication PLC #ESM CD 301~306, 328~336 | RAR 3% Rec. | Uploaded.net
... 15 CD, Remastered by Ray Staff from Original Master Tapes. Released at 1996 ...







Black Sabbath - Black Sabbath (1970) (1996, Remastered)
EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE+LOG | 330 MB | MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | 110 | Complete HQ Scans | 70 MB
Label: Gimcastle Ltd/Castle Communication PLC #ESM CD 301 (GAS 0000301ESM) | RAR 3% Rec. | Uploaded.net

Black Sabbath's debut album is given over to lengthy songs and suite-like pieces where individual songs blur together and riffs pound away one after another, frequently under extended jams. There isn't much variety in tempo, mood, or the band's simple, blues-derived musical vocabulary, but that's not the point; Sabbath's slowed-down, murky guitar rock bludgeons the listener in an almost hallucinatory fashion, reveling in its own dazed, druggy state of consciousness. Songs like the apocalyptic title track, "N.I.B.," and "The Wizard" make their obsessions with evil and black magic seem like more than just stereotypical heavy metal posturing because of the dim, suffocating musical atmosphere the band frames them in. This blueprint would be refined and occasionally elaborated upon over the band's next few albums, but there are plenty of metal classics already here. [Universal/Sanctuary's 2009 reissue of the album included a digitally remastered version of the original recordings, as well as a second disc stocked with nine previously unreleased tracks, nearly all of which are just alternate takes].

~ by Steve Huey, allmusic.com

Tracklist:

1. Black Sabbath - 6:22
2. The Wizard - 4:25
3. Behind The Wall Of Sleep - 4:19
4. N.I.B. - 5:25
5. Evil Woman - 3:25
6. Sleeping Village - 3:46
7. Warning - 10:33
8. Wicked World - 4:43

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Black Sabbath / Black Sabbath (1996, ESM CD 301)

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• Tomy Iommi - lead guitar
• Geezer Butler - bass guitar
• Bill Ward - drums
• Ossie Osbourne - vocals, harmonica

Produced by Rodger Bain of Tuesday Production for Tony Hall Enterprises.
Engineer - Tom Allom & Barry Sheffield.





Black Sabbath - Paranoid (1970) (1996, Remastered)
EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE+LOG | 300 MB | MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | 110 MB | Complete HQ Scans | 60 MB
Label: Gimcastle Ltd/Castle Communication PLC #ESM CD 302 (GAS 0000302ESM) | RAR 3% Rec. | Uploaded.net

Paranoid was not only Black Sabbath's most popular record (it was a number one smash in the U.K., and "Paranoid" and "Iron Man" both scraped the U.S. charts despite virtually nonexistent radio play), it also stands as one of the greatest and most influential heavy metal albums of all time. Paranoid refined Black Sabbath's signature sound — crushingly loud, minor-key dirges loosely based on heavy blues-rock — and applied it to a newly consistent set of songs with utterly memorable riffs, most of which now rank as all-time metal classics. Where the extended, multi-sectioned songs on the debut sometimes felt like aimless jams, their counterparts on Paranoid have been given focus and direction, lending an epic drama to now-standards like "War Pigs" and "Iron Man" (which sports one of the most immediately identifiable riffs in metal history). The subject matter is unrelentingly, obsessively dark, covering both supernatural/sci-fi horrors and the real-life traumas of death, war, nuclear annihilation, mental illness, drug hallucinations, and narcotic abuse. Yet Sabbath makes it totally convincing, thanks to the crawling, muddled bleakness and bad-trip depression evoked so frighteningly well by their music. Even the qualities that made critics deplore the album (and the group) for years increase the overall effect — the technical simplicity of Ozzy Osbourne's vocals and Tony Iommi's lead guitar vocabulary; the spots when the lyrics sink into melodrama or awkwardness; the lack of subtlety and the infrequent dynamic contrast. Everything adds up to more than the sum of its parts, as though the anxieties behind the music simply demanded that the band achieve catharsis by steamrolling everything in its path, including its own limitations. Monolithic and primally powerful, Paranoid defined the sound and style of heavy metal more than any other record in rock history.

~ by Steve Huey, allmusic.com

Tracklist:

1. War Pigs - 7:58
2. Paranoid - 2:53
3. Planet Caravan - 4:35
4. Iron Man - 5:57
5. Electric Funeral - 4:53
6. Hand Of Doom - 7:08
7. Rat Salad - 2:31
8. Fairies Wear Boots - 6:14

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==== Log checksum F2878D702D032B7F85DE362090C7A88D2545B3AF838EB4D80C951E2E290CD6D3 ====

• Ozzy Osbourne - vocals
• Tomy Iommi - lead guitar
• Geezer Butler - bass guitar
• Bill Ward - drums

Produced by Rodger Bain for Tony Hall Enterprises.
Engineers - Tom Allom & Brian Humphries.
Album designed and photographed by Keef.





Black Sabbath - Master Of Reality (1971) (1996, Remastered)
EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE+LOG | 260 MB | MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | 90 MB | Complete HQ Scans | 90 MB
Label: Gimcastle Ltd/Castle Communication PLC #ESM CD 303 (GAS 0000303ESM) | RAR 3% Rec. | Uploaded.net

With Paranoid, Black Sabbath perfected the formula for their lumbering heavy metal. On its follow-up, Master of Reality, the group merely repeated the formula, setting the stage for a career of recycling the same sounds and riffs. But on Master of Reality Sabbath still were fresh and had a seemingly endless supply of crushingly heavy riffs to bludgeon their audiences into sweet, willing oblivion. If the album is a showcase for anyone, it is Tony Iommi, who keeps the album afloat with a series of slow, loud riffs, the best of which — "Sweet Leaf" and "Children of the Grave" among them — rank among his finest playing. Taken in tandem with the more consistent Paranoid, Master of Reality forms the core of Sabbath's canon. There are a few stray necessary tracks scattered throughout the group's other early-'70s albums, but Master of Reality is the last time they delivered a consistent album and its influence can be heard throughout the generations of heavy metal bands that followed.

~ by Stephen Thomas Erlewine, allmusic.com

Tracklist:

1. Sweet Leaf - 5:05
2. After Forever - 5:27
3. Embryo - 0:28
4. Children Of The Grave - 5:18
5. Orchid - 1:31
6. Lord Of This World - 5:26
7. Solitude - 5:02
8. Into The Void - 6:12

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Black Sabbath / Master Of Reality (1996, ESM CD 303)

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==== Log checksum 624D3D0182D24DB4495C73D5993E0A54446ADE9A604256CCA33FC505F88233CD ====

• Tomy Iommi - lead guitar
• Geezer Butler - bass guitar
• Ozzy Osbourne - vocals
• Bill Ward - drums

Produced by Rodger Bain for Tony Hall Enterprises.
Art Direction: Mike Stanford. Design: Bloomsbury Group.
Original Poster Photography: Keef.






Black Sabbath - Vol.4 (1972) (1996, Remastered)
EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE+LOG | 320 MB | MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | 110 MB | Complete HQ Scans | 90 MB
Label: Gimcastle Ltd/Castle Communication PLC #ESM CD 304 (GAS 0000304ESM) | RAR 3% Rec. | Uploaded.net

Black Sabbath, Vol. 4 is just a cut below its two indisputably classic predecessors, as it begins to run out of steam — and memorable riffs — toward the end. However, it finds Sabbath beginning to experiment successfully with their trademark sound on tracks like the ambitious, psychedelic-tinged, multi-part "Wheels of Confusion," the concise, textured "Tomorrow's Dream," and the orchestrated piano ballad "Changes" (even if the latter's lyrics cross the line into triteness). But the classic Sabbath sound is still very much in evidence; the crushing "Supernaut" is one of the heaviest tracks the band ever recorded.

~ by Steve Huey, allmusic.com

Tracklist:

1. Wheels Of Confusion - 8:14
2. Tomorrow's Dream - 3:12
3. Changes - 4:46
4. FX - 1:43
5. Supernaut - 4:46
6. Snowblind - 5:32
7. Cornucopia - 3:55
8. Laguna Sunrise - 2:53
9. St. Vitus Dance - 2:30
10. Under The Sun - 5:50

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Black Sabbath / Vol. 4 (1996, ESM CD 304)

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==== Log checksum 4DC0B43D96939EDC6528E8D0119BA4AECDB7D4116EA77D376825BB0F76D3AB62 ====

• Tomy Iommi - lead guitar & keyboards
• Geezer Butler - bass guitar
• Ozzy Osbourne - vocals
• Bill Ward - drums

All arangement by Blac Sabbath. Produced by Patrick Meehan and Black Sabbath.
Engineers: Colin Caldwell/Vic Smith. Recorded at Record Plant Los Angeles.






Black Sabbath - Sabbath Bloody Sabbath (1973) (1996, Remastered)
EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE+LOG | 330 MB | MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | 110 MB | Complete HQ Scans | 50 MB
Label: Gimcastle Ltd/Castle Communication PLC #ESM CD 305 (GAS 0000305ESM) | RAR 3% Rec. | Uploaded.net

Many consider Black Sabbath's 1973 release, Sabbath Bloody Sabbath, to be the original lineup's last true classic album. Drug use and alcoholism were beginning to overtake the band (leading to Ozzy Osbourne's eventual departure by decade's end), yet they were still firing on all cylinders. While the casual fan may only be familiar with one selection (the storming title track), Sabbath Bloody Sabbath follows in the tradition of its predecessors, delivering a consistent set of songs from beginning to end. Tony Iommi's riff for "A National Acrobat" remains one of his best and heaviest, while other highlights include the strangely uplifting "Sabbra Cadabra" (which Metallica would cover 25 years later for their Garage Inc. compilation), the cautionary tales "Killing Yourself to Live" and "Who Are You," plus the sci-fi-tinged "Spiral Architect." As with past albums, a tranquil selection is included as a break from all the metallic fury; in this case, it's the gorgeous yet melancholic instrumental "Fluff." Sabbath Bloody Sabbath remains one of Sabbath's all-time best albums.

~ by Greg Prato, allmusic.com

Tracklist:

1. Sabbath Bloody Sabbath - 5:45
2. A National Acrobat - 6:13
3. Fluff - 4:09
4. Sabbra Cadabra - 5:58
5. Killing Yourself to Live - 5:42
6. Who Are You? - 4:10
7. Looking for Today - 5:02
8. Spiral Architect - 5:32

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Black Sabbath / Sabbath Bloody Sabbath (1996, ESM CD 305)

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==== Log checksum 4A85E862D0089026E16B3C36D865EE74FCD8BEC646FDB426C845C966E7D18381 ====

• Tomy Iommi - lead guitar
• Geezer Butler - bass guitar
• Ozzy Osbourne - vocals
• Bill Ward - drums

Produced by Black Sabbath for Excellency Production.
Engineered by Mike Butcher. Coordination by Mark Forster. Direction: Patric Meehan.






Black Sabbath - Sabotage (1975) (1996, Remastered)
EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE+LOG | 340 MB | MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | 110 MB | Complete HQ Scans | 75 MB
Label: Gimcastle Ltd/Castle Communication PLC #ESM CD 306 (GAS 0000306ESM) | RAR 3% Rec. | Uploaded.net

Years of constant touring, alcoholism, and drug abuse finally began to affect Black Sabbath around the time of their sixth release, 1975's Sabotage. While it's not a bad album (in fact, it's one of their most underrated), you can sense that the magical chemistry that made such albums as Paranoid and Vol. 4 so special was beginning to disintegrate. But guitarist Tony Iommi again comes equipped with an arsenal of sturdy, ultra-heavy riffs, as evidenced by the raucous album opener, "Hole in the Sky," as well as the drug-induced anthem "Symptom of the Universe" -- both tracks coming as close to garage rock as Sabbath ever got. But the album's biggest surprise is the melodic, synth-laced "Am I Going Insane (Radio)," which is more akin to '70s power pop than to the band's patented doom metal (although the lyrics are what you'd expect -- detailing a person's downward spiral into dementia). Although often overlooked, Sabotage remains an interesting and challenging release.

~ by Greg Prato, allmusic.com

Tracklist:

1. Hole In The Sky - 4:00
2. Don't Start (Too Late) - 0:49
3. Symptom Of The Universe - 6:30
4. Megalomania - 9:43
5. Thrill Of It All - 5:56
6. Supertzar - 3:44
7. Am I Going Insane (Radio) - 4:17
8. The Writ - 8:43

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• Tomy Iommi - lead guitar
• Geezer Butler - bass guitar
• Ozzy Osbourne - vocals
• Bill Ward - drums

All soongs written/arangement by Black Sabbath. All instrumentation be Black Sabbath.
Produced by Black Sabbath with Mike Butcher.
Engineered by Mike Butcher and Robin Black. Tape Operator ans saboteur - David Harris
Recorded at Morgan Studios, London and Brussels. Mastered at Sterling Sound, New York.
English Chamber Choir arranged by Will Malone.






Black Sabbath - Technical Ecstasy (1976) (1996, Remastered)
EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE+LOG | 340 MB | MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | 110 MB | Complete HQ Scans | 50 MB
Label: Gimcastle Ltd/Castle Communication PLC #ESM CD 328 (GAS 0000328ESM) | RAR 3% Rec. | Uploaded.net

Black Sabbath was unraveling at an alarming rate around the time of their second to last album with original singer Ozzy Osbourne, 1976's Technical Ecstasy. The band was getting further and further from their original musical path, as they began experimenting with their trademark sludge-metal sound. While it was not as off-the-mark as their final album with Osbourne, 1978's Never Say Die, it was not on par with Sabbath's exceptional first five releases. The most popular song remains the album closer, "Dirty Women," which was revived during the band's highly successful reunion tour of the late '90s. Other standouts include the funky "All Moving Parts (Stand Still)" and the raging opener, "Back Street Kids." The melodic "It's Alright" turns out to be the album's biggest surprise — it's one of drummer Bill Ward's few lead vocal spots with the band (Guns N' Roses covered the unlikely track on their 1999 live set, Live Era 1987-1993).

~ by Greg Prato, allmusic.com

Tracklist:

1. Back Street Kids - 3:49
2. You Won't Change Me - 6:44
3. It's Alright - 4:06
4. Gypsy - 5:12
5. All Moving Parts (Stand Still) - 5:06
6. Rock 'N' Roll Doctor - 3:35
7. She's Gone - 4:57
8. Dirty Women - 7:09

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==== Log checksum 9A4EA5D759CE9CB3385945707DD36C658BD6BA149F7981B8B00F9D8C1E105FCA ====

• Tomy Iommi - lead guitar
• Geezer Butler - bass guitar
• Ozzy Osbourne - vocals
• Bill Ward - drums

Keyboards and additional arrangements by Gerald Woodruffe .
Vocals on "It's Alright" by Bill Ward.

All songs written and arranged by Black Sabbath.
Produced by Black Sabbath.
Recorded at Criteria Studios, Miami, Florida.
Engineered by Robin Black, assisted by Spock Wall Mixed at Criteria Studios by Tony Iommi and Robin Black.
Mastered at Warner Bros. Studios, California, by Tony Iommi and Bob Hata.






Black Sabbath - Never Say Die! (1978) (1996, Remastered)
EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE+LOG | 380 MB | MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | 125 MB | Complete HQ Scans | 70 MB
Label: Gimcastle Ltd/Castle Communication PLC #ESM CD 329 (GAS 0000329ESM) | RAR 3% Rec. | Uploaded.net

After going their separate ways for a brief period following the emotionally taxing and drug-infested Technical Ecstasy tour, Black Sabbath and singer Ozzy Osbourne reconciled long enough to record 1978's Never Say Die! — an album whose varied but often unfocused songs perfectly reflected the band's uneasy state of affairs at the time. Even the surprisingly energetic title track, which seemed to kick things off with a promising bang, couldn't entirely mask the group's fading enthusiasm just beneath the surface after a few repeated listens. The same was true of half-hearted performances like "Shock Wave" and "Over to You," and there were several songs on the record that sound strangely disjointed, specifically "Junior's Eyes" and the synthesizer-doused "Johnny Blade" — as though their creation came in fits and starts, rather than through cohesive band interaction. But when it came to wild, stylistic departures, one's disappointing realization that the lurching, saxophone-led "Breakout" came from — and then went back to — absolutely nowhere was easily offset by the stunningly successful oddity that was "Air Dance." Arguably the most experimental song in Black Sabbath's entire canon, this uncharacteristically mild-mannered and effortlessly evocative ballad saw Tony Iommi's normally bullish guitar giving way to simply mesmerizing piano flourishes performed by leading session keyboardist Don Airey. If only it had represented a bold new direction (albeit one that die-hard fans would never have accepted) rather than just another sign of the band's quickly fraying sense of identity, Black Sabbath's original lineup may have found a way to save itself — but Never Say Die!'s incoherent musical aggregate in fact betrayed the harsh reality that it was indeed too late. So even though those same die-hard Black Sabbath fans and completists will likely find some redeeming value in Never Say Die! after all these years, the original lineup's final gasp will hold little interest to the average heavy metal fan.

~ by Eduardo Rivadavia, allmusic.com

Tracklist:

1. Never Say Die - 3:50
2. Johnny Blade - 6:28
3. Junior's Eyes - 6:43
4. A Hard Road - 6:06
5. Shock Wave - 5:16
6. Air Dance - 5:18
7. Over To You - 5:25
8. Breakout - 2:35
9. Swinging The Chain - 4:06

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==== Log checksum 764B3486955F6D9CDE27B087D153D379750D9543CF5439F80A5AF66840F75840 ====

• Tomy Iommi - lead guitar
• Geezer Butler - bass guitar
• Ozzy Osbourne - vocals
• Bill Ward - drums

Additional musicians: John Elstar - harmonica, Don Airey - keyboards.
All songs written by Black Sabbath. Produced by Black Sabbath.
Engineered by Dave Harris, assisted by Spock Wall.
Recorded at Sounds Intercharge, Toronto, Canada.






Black Sabbath - Live At Last (1980) (1996, Remastered)
EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE+LOG | 440 MB | MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | 150 MB | Complete HQ Scans | 70 MB
Label: Gimcastle Ltd/Castle Communication PLC #ESM CD 331 (GAS 0000331ESM) | RAR 3% Rec. | Uploaded.net

Surprisingly, Warner Brothers never released a live Black Sabbath album in the U.S. 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 U.S. 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." As for the performances, the Osbourne/Geezer Butler/Tony Iommi/Bill Ward lineup of Sabbath is in decent form on such menacing favorites as "War Pigs," "Paranoid," "Sweet Leaf," and "Children of the Grave." Live at Last, which made it to American stores as an import, is by no means definitive — how could it be without "Iron Man"? But even so, fans were glad to finally have a live recording of Osbourne-era Sabbath that wasn't a bootleg.

~ by Alex Henderson, allmusic.com

Tracklist:

1. Tomorrow's Dream - 3:04
2. Sweet Leaf - 5:27
3. Killing Yourself To Live - 5:29
4. Cornucopia - 3:58
5. Snowblind - 4:47
6. Children Of The Grave - 4:32
7. War Pigs - 7:38
8. Wicked World - 18:59
9. Paranoid - 3:10

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Black Sabbath / Live At Last (1996, ESM CD 331)

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==== Log checksum 7DA3FCC55689C9F95DEDCE865F06737E15F206B114317C9A2D201166354AB45B ====

• Ozzy Osbourne - vocals
• Tony Iommi - guitar
• Geezer Butler - bass
• Bill Ward - drums

Tracks 1-5 were recorded at the Hardrock in Manchester, England on Mar 11, 73
Tracks 6-9 were recorded at the Rainbow Theatre in London, England on Mar 16, 73

Recorded live by Iommi, Ward, Butler & Osbourne at Manchester & The Rainbow, London.
All tracks published by Westminster Music Ltd. 1970 & composed by Iommi, Ward, Butler, Osbourne
except track 3 by Black Sabbath






Black Sabbath - Heaven And Hell (1980) (1996, Remastered)
EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE+LOG | 310 MB | MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | 100 MB | Complete HQ Scans | 60 MB
Label: Gimcastle Ltd/Castle Communication PLC #ESM CD 330 (GAS 0000330ESM) | RAR 3% Rec. | Uploaded.net

Many had left Black Sabbath for dead at the dawn of the '80s, and with good reason -- the band's last few albums were not even close to their early classics, and original singer Ozzy Osbourne had just split from the band. But the Sabs had found a worthy replacement in former Elf and Rainbow singer Ronnie James Dio, and bounced back to issue their finest album since the early '70s, 1980's Heaven and Hell. The band sounds reborn and re-energized throughout. Several tracks easily rank among Sabbath's all-time best, such as the vicious album opener, "Neon Knights," the moody, mid-paced epic "Children of the Sea," and the title track, which features one of Tony Iommi 's best guitar riffs. With Heaven and Hell, Black Sabbath were obviously back in business. Unfortunately, the Dio-led version of the band would only record one more studio album before splitting up (although Dio would return briefly in the early '90s). One of Sabbath's finest records.

~ by Eduardo Rivadavia, allmusic.com

Tracklist:

1. Neon Knights - 3:54
2. Children Of The Sea - 5:35
3. Lady Evil - 4:26
4. Heaven And Hell - 6:59
5. Wishing Well - 4:08
6. Die Young - 4:46
7. Walk Away - 4:26
8. Lonely Is The Word - 5:51

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==== Log checksum C4E6A6667D6E58BB9C2FD6CFB7D3A62D65FB2543112F61D79437BCBFCB5866A5 ====

• Tony Iommi - lead guitar
• Geezer Butler - bass guitar
• Ronnie James Dio - vocals
• Bill Ward - drums

Produced and engineered by Martin Birch.
Music written and arranged by Butler/Dio/Iommi/Ward. Lyrics by Ronnie James Dio.
All songs published by Westminster Music Ltd.
All keyboards played by Geoff Nicholls.






Black Sabbath - Mob Rules (1981) (1996, Remastered)
EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE+LOG | 310 MB | MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | 110 MB | Complete HQ Scans | 80 MB
Label: Gimcastle Ltd/Castle Communication PLC #ESM CD 332 (GAS 0000332ESM) | RAR 3% Rec. | Uploaded.net

1981's Mob Rules was the second Black Sabbath album to feature vertically challenged singer Ronnie James Dio, whose powerful pipes and Dungeons and Dragons lyrics initially seemed like the perfect replacement for the recently departed and wildly popular Ozzy Osbourne. In fact, all the ingredients which had made their first outing, Heaven and Hell, so successful are re-utilized on this album, including legendary metal producer Martin Birch (Deep Purple, Whitesnake, etc.) and supporting keyboard player Geoff Nichols. And while it lacks some of its predecessor's inspired songwriting, Mob Rules was given a much punchier, in-your-face mix by Birch, who seemed re-energized after his work on New Wave of British Heavy Metal upstarts Iron Maiden's Killers album. Essentially, Mob Rules is a magnificent record, with the only serious problem being the sequencing of the material, which mirrors Heaven and Hell's almost to a tee. In that light, one can't help but compare otherwise compelling tracks like "Turn Up the Night" and "Voodoo" to their more impressive Heaven and Hell counterparts, "Neon Knights" and "Children of the Sea." This unhappy streak is finally snapped by the unconventional "E5150," a synthesizer-driven instrumental. Then, the unbelievably heavy, seven-minute epic "The Sign of the Southern Cross" delivers one of the album's best moments before unleashing the roaring title track. Side two is less consistent, hiding the awesome "Falling off the Edge of the World" (perhaps the most overlooked secret gem to come from the Dio lineup) amongst rather average tracks like "Slipping Away" and "Over and Over." Over the next year, the sh*t would hit the fan for Black Sabbath, and Dio's exit would mark Mob Rules as the last widely respected studio release of the band's storied career.

~ by Eduardo Rivadavia, allmusic.com

Tracklist:

1. Turn Up The Night - 3:42
2. Voodoo - 4:33
3. The Sign Of The Southern Cross - 7:45
4. E5150 - 2:54
5. The Mob Rules - 3:16
6. Country Girl - 4:03
7. Slipping Away - 3:46
8. Falling Off The Edge Of The World - 5:04
9. Over And Over - 5:28

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==== Log checksum 51105FD92E8B6AE480033EF244A2FDF051446749C3EA42A19396D2CF6B1C098F ====

• Ronnie James Dio - vocals
• Tony Iommi - lead guitar
• Terrance "Geezer" Butler - bass guitar
• Vinny Appice - drums
• Geoff Nicholls - keyboards

All songs written and arranged by Geezer Butler, Ronnie James Dio and Tony Iommi.
Lyrics by Ronnie James Dio.
Produced and engineered by Martin Birch.
Recorded with The Recrods Plant L.A.






Black Sabbath - Live Evil (1982) (1996, Remastered)
EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE+LOG | 600 MB | MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | 200 MB | Complete HQ Scans | 80 MB
Label: Gimcastle Ltd/Castle Communication PLC #ESM CD 333 (GAS 0000333ESM) | RAR 3% Rec. | Uploaded.net

Black Sabbath's first attempt at an official live album, 1982's Live Evil was also the straw that broke the camel's back -- or rather, split the legendary group's second lineup right down the middle. Band tensions were already at an all-time high leading into the album's mixing sessions, but when founding members Tony Iommi and Geezer Butler accused singer Ronnie James Dio of sneaking into the studio to raise the volume on his vocal tracks, the pint-sized warbler decided he'd had enough and, guilty or not, departed to pursue a solo career, taking drummer Vinny Appice with him. Fateful accusations aside, Live Evil does benefit from a crystal clear, in-your-face sound, and by showcasing even amounts of both Ozzy and Dio material, effectively documents Black Sabbath's renascent tours of the early '80s. Ronnie certainly has the vocal chops, if not the same everyman charm, to handle the Osbourne classics, but his incessant banter between (and during!) songs sometimes verges on the unbearable. And even though the album's only truly transcendent moments may be the vicious introductory pairing of "E5150"/"Neon Knights" and the extended "Heaven and Hell"/"Sign of the Southern Cross" suite, there's also nothing really amiss with solid interpretations of such all-time metal classics as "Children of the Sea," "Black Sabbath," "War Pigs," and "Children of the Grave" either. And considering the as yet unknown travails awaiting Black Sabbath in the post-Dio era, Live Evil's troubled gestation has come to seem positively idyllic in retrospect.

~ by Eduardo Rivadavia, allmusic.com

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2. Neon Knights - 4:28
3. N.I.B. - 5:09
4. Children Of The Sea - 6:04
5. Voodoo - 5:24
6. Black Sabbath - 8:34
7. War Pigs - 9:18
8. Iron Man - 7:11
9. The Mob Rules - 3:18
10. Heaven And Hell - 11:58
11. The Sign Of The Southern Cross / Heaven And Hell (Continued) - 7:16
12. Paranoid - 3:25
13. Children Of The Grave - 5:02
14. Fluff - 0:43

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==== Log checksum B0138AAFA180637E3B1034649FAEA6CA102AFBB53202C97E455317D371109D6A ====

• Ronnie James Dio - vocals
• Tony Iommi - lead guitar
• Terrance "Geezer" Butler - bass guitar
• Vinny Appice - drums
• Geoff Nicholls - keyboards

Produced by Tony Iommi and Geezer Butler.
Recorded live in Seattle, San Antonio and Dallas.
Recorded with The Recrods Plant Mobile, Los Angeles
Engineered by Lee De Carlo and Bill Freseh.





Black Sabbath - Born Again (1983) (1996, Remastered)
EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE+LOG | 330 MB | MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | 110 MB | Complete HQ Scans | 70 MB
Label: Gimcastle Ltd/Castle Communication PLC #ESM CD 334 (GAS 0000334ESM) | RAR 3% Rec. | Uploaded.net

The idea sure looked good on paper, but when former Deep Purple frontman Ian Gillan joined Black Sabbath for 1983's dreadful Born Again album, the grim reality was that Gillan's bluesy vocal style and oftentimes humorous lyrics were completely incompatible with the lords of doom and gloom. Widely deemed the band's creative nadir (although a few later efforts like Cross Purposes and Forbidden give it a run for its money), Born Again also featured one of the worst album covers ever (it's been voted!), and the subsequent world tour was so troubled and tragicomic that the band's Stonehenge stage set wound up serving as inspiration for the ultimate rock & roll spoof movie, This Is Spinal Tap, when it was discovered to be too large to fit inside most venues! Born Again's equally atrocious "production" leaves one with the distinct impression that, in a misguided attempt to record the heaviest album ever, Black Sabbath came away with the muddiest instead. Among the smoking ruins that pass for its songs, one might find it possible to appreciate Gillan's trademarked double entendres on "Disturbing the Priest," pick out a decent melody within the messy title track, and get down to some mercifully straightforward headbanging with "Digital Bitch" and the album's lone classic, "Trashed." But the remaining detritus, composed of embarrassing numbers like "Zero the Hero," "Hot Line," and "Keep It Warm" and pointless sound effect interludes "Stonehenge" and "The Dark," is simply beyond painful. By comparison, even the barely-recognizable-as-Sabbath material found on 1986's belated comeback, Seventh Star -- originally planned as a Tony Iommi solo effort, to be fair -- sounds pretty damn good. But by then, Black Sabbath's greatly anticipated association with Ian Gillan had gone down as one of heavy metal's all-time greatest disappointments, and nearly killed the genre's founding fathers in the process.

~ by Eduardo Rivadavia, allmusic.com

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1. Trashed - 4:17
2. Stonehenge - 1:58
3. Disturbing The Priest - 5:49
4. The Dark - 0:45
5. Zero The Hero - 7:35
6. Digital Bitch - 3:39
7. Born Again - 6:34
8. Hot Line - 4:53
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==== Log checksum 6AF27431377F8C2EED60B21CC3C6665C7B8E7DCE83A64D738D50479F21345633 ====

• Ian Gillan - vocals
• Tony Iommi - guitars
• Terrance "Geezer" Butler - bass
• Bill Ward - drums
• Geoff Nicholls - keyboards

Recorded at The Manor Studio, Shipton on Cherwell Oxfordshire, England.
Produced by Robin Black and Black Sabbath.
Engineered by Robin Black.






Black Sabbath - Seventh Star (1986) (1996, Remastered)
EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE+LOG | 270 MB | MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | 100 MB | Complete HQ Scans | 80 MB
Label: Gimcastle Ltd/Castle Communication PLC #ESM CD 335 (GAS 0000335ESM) | RAR 3% Rec. | Uploaded.net

An often misunderstood and underrated album, 1986's Seventh Star was never intended to be a Black Sabbath release, as the band had effectively broken up following its disastrous 1984 tour in support of career low point Born Again. Instead, Seventh Star was conceived as guitarist Tony Iommi's first solo project, and it was only record company pressure that forced him to resurrect his longtime band's moniker at the last minute. With this in mind, one can better appreciate both the record's more blues-based, often un-Sabbath-like songwriting and the contributions made by journeyman singer Glenn Hughes (ex-Trapeze, Deep Purple, etc.), whose incredibly emotive and soulful vocal style was completely at odds with the deadpan delivery of Sabbath's most recognizable singer, Ozzy Osbourne (a discrepancy that would spell his quick exit when the necessary classics were wheeled out for the ensuing world tour). Still, within the unique circumstances of Seventh Star's creation, Hughes' fiery tunefulness made aggressive hard rockers like "In for the Kill," "Turn to Stone," and "Danger Zone" uncommonly catchy, and gorgeous ballads such as "Angry Heart/In Memory..." and "No Stranger to Love" all the more heart-rending. Tellingly, his efforts fell resoundingly flat on the bluesy aimlessness of "Heart Like a Wheel" and the gothic menace of the title track, making it possible for keener observers to foresee the troubles ahead. Yet, in light of the even more traumatic difficulties that preceded it, Seventh Star -- for all its uncharacteristic sonic qualities -- actually represents the turning of a corner for Black Sabbath's lengthy career, which steadily regained momentum in the years that followed.

~ by Eduardo Rivadavia, allmusic.com

Tracklist:

1. In For The Kill - 3:43
2. No Stranger To Love - 4:28
3. Turn To Stone - 3:29
4. Sphinx (The Guardian) - 1:12
5. Seventh Star - 5:19
6. Danger Zone - 4:26
7. Heart Like A Wheel - 6:35
8. Angry Heart - 3:07
9. In Memory... - 2:34

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Black Sabbath / Seventh Star (1996, ESM CD 335)

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==== Log checksum 6EA2C37A66722135A2BD7418C265D2F26C72FFD17CC085D52871CA3BC74B06C1 ====

• Tony Iommi - guitars
• Glenn Hughes - vocals
• Dave Spitz - bass
• Eric Singer - drums
• Geoff Nicholls - keyboards

Produced by Jeff Glixman.
Originally mastered by Greg Fulginity at Aristan Sound Records.
Remastered by Andy Pearce and Matt Worthan.
Release co-ordination by Steve Hammond.






Black Sabbath - The Eternal Idol (1987) (1996, Remastered)
EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE+LOG | 350 MB | MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | 110 MB | Complete HQ Scans | 60 MB
Label: Gimcastle Ltd/Castle Communication PLC #ESM CD 336 (GAS 0000336ESM) | RAR 3% Rec. | Uploaded.net

After years of playing a dispiriting game of musical chairs with various lead singers during the early '80s, Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi finally stumbled upon a dependable frontman when he admitted relative unknown Tony Martin into the fold, thereby initiating the original heavy metal band's long awaited return to respectability -- if not chart-topping success. Martin joined the oft-interrupted sessions for what would become 1987's The Eternal Idol album already in progress, stepping in for an unreliable Ray Gillen when the latter moved on to Jake E. Lee's Badlands, and helping Iommi rescue an astonishingly solid long-player from the jaws of complete and utter chaos. As it turned out, Martin's powerful, muscular voice -- though bearing more than a passing resemblance to former singer Ronnie James Dio -- was ultimately the perfect foil for full-bodied heavy metal anthems like "Hard Life to Love," "Glory Ride," and "Born to Lose," which were built upon some of Iommi's heaviest, most undeniable riffs of the decade. A hodgepodge of temporary backing musicians and short-lived producers somehow manage to fill in the gaps, and make The Eternal Idol sound like a very cohesive LP. If anything, however, it's the ever-reliable Geoff Nicholls who embodies a third pillar of stability, by adding impeccable supporting keyboards throughout -- most notably to "Ancient Warrior" and the fantastically gloomy title track. And above all else, The Eternal Idol contains a bona fide heavy metal classic for the ages in its monumental opener, "The Shining," which Iommi had been kicking around in demo form since 1984, and which, in its final glorious form, is rightfully considered one of Black Sabbath's greatest songs bar none, regardless of singer, era, or album sales. In tandem with the consistently stellar songwriting all around, there's no denying The Eternal Idol's standing as quite possibly Black Sabbath's most underrated opus, and arguably their best without either Ozzy Osbourne or Ronnie Dio at the microphone.

~ by Eduardo Rivadavia, allmusic.com

Tracklist:

1. The Shining - 5:59
2. Ancient Warrior - 5:28
3. Hard Life To Love - 5:01
4. Glory Ride - 4:50
5. Born To Lose - 3:44
6. Nightmare - 5:20
7. Scarlet Pimpernel - 2:06
8. Lost Forever - 4:04
9. Eternal Idol - 6:33

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==== Log checksum 403BFC9596D593CFE31D046B88C5DFABFE2DBC16E8E37F867A94D6C5BA2BFA4B ====

• Tony Martin - vocals
• Tony Iommi - guitars
• Bob Daisley - bass
• Eric Singer - drums
• Geoff Nicholls - keyboars

All songs written by Tony Iommi
Produced by J.Glixman, Air Studios
Mixed by Chris Tsangerides at Battery Studios, London
Executive producer - Patrick Meehan

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Black Sabbath (1970)
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Paranoid (1970)
Lossless (FLAC)*- http://uploaded.net/file/gi0keobc/BSABB70PDLOS.rar
All Covers.png - http://uploaded.net/file/xz0ie5dq/BSABB70PDCOV.rar
Lossy HQ (320 Kbps CBR) - http://uploaded.net/file/uiho2k28/BSABB70PDMP3.rar

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Master Of Reality (1971)
Lossless (FLAC)* - http://uploaded.net/file/g737fnux/BSABB71MRLOS.rar
All Covers.png - http://uploaded.net/file/4dwsyqpj/BSABB71MRCOV.rar
Lossy HQ (320 Kbps CBR) - http://uploaded.net/file/ktgwat47/BSABB71MRMP3.rar

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Vol. 4 (1972)
Lossless (FLAC)* - http://uploaded.net/file/5wtlqu31/BSABB72V4LOS.rar
All Covers.png - http://uploaded.net/file/lzr1fp6e/BSABB72V4COV.rar
Lossy HQ (320 Kbps CBR) - http://uploaded.net/file/42alyjuy/BSABB72V4MP3.rar

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Sabbath Bloody Sabbath (1973)
Lossless (FLAC)* - http://uploaded.net/file/l113cbh5/BSABB73SSLOS.rar
All Covers.png - http://uploaded.net/file/iheqkqwc/BSABB73SSCOV.rar
Lossy HQ (320 Kbps CBR) - http://uploaded.net/file/35znvtm8/BSABB73SSMP3.rar

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Sabotage (1975)
Lossless (FLAC)* - http://uploaded.net/file/tjc7f4o6/BSABB75SALOS.rar
All Covers.png - http://uploaded.net/file/o2gzb449/BSABB75SACOV.rar
Lossy HQ (320 Kbps CBR) - http://uploaded.net/file/s4e96fyx/BSABB75SAMP3.rar

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Technical Ecstasy (1976)
Lossless (FLAC)* - http://uploaded.net/file/ebz3rryh/BSABB76TELOS.rar
All Covers.png - http://uploaded.net/file/vlwbzx80/BSABB76TECVO.rar
Lossy HQ (320 Kbps CBR) - http://uploaded.net/file/ki6qfj44/BSABB76TEMP3.rar

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Never Say Die (1978)
Lossless (FLAC)* - http://uploaded.net/file/r5o2obv7/BSABB78NSLOS.rar
All Covers.png - http://uploaded.net/file/6gqlotvu/BSABB78NSCOV.rar
Lossy HQ (320 Kbps CBR) - http://uploaded.net/file/b6fe9z6j/BSABB78NSMP3.rar

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Live At Last (1980)
Lossless (FLAC)* - http://uploaded.net/file/emak1ygv/BSABB80LLLOS.rar
All Covers.png - http://uploaded.net/file/pp70vii7/BSABB80LLCOV.rar
Lossy HQ (320 Kbps CBR) - http://uploaded.net/file/ditvfyo9/BSABB80LLMP3.rar

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Heaven And Hell (1980)
Lossless (FLAC)* - http://uploaded.net/file/d7cllnnd/BSABB80HHLOS.rar
All Covers.png - http://uploaded.net/file/952xnqdi/BSABB80HHCOV.rar
Lossy HQ (320 Kbps CBR) - http://uploaded.net/file/io6hy8dg/BSABB80HHMP3.rar

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Mob Rules (1981)
Lossless (FLAC)* - http://uploaded.net/file/vs666s3f/BSABB81MRLOS.rar
All Covers.png - http://uploaded.net/file/nqsdxyph/BSABB81MRCOV.rar
Lossy HQ (320 Kbps CBR) - http://uploaded.net/file/5hxhd8xr/BSABB81MRMP3.rar

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Live Evil (1982)
Lossless (FLAC)* - http://uploaded.net/file/gjxfx7sm/BSABB82LELOS.rar
All Covers.png - http://uploaded.net/file/ywqms0x4/BSABB82LECOV.rar
Lossy HQ (320 Kbps CBR) - http://uploaded.net/file/zmb8o65s/BSABB82LEMP3.rar

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Born Again (1983)
Lossless (FLAC)* - http://uploaded.net/file/9f0338g7/BSABB83BALOS.rar
All Covers.png - http://uploaded.net/file/y7f8shld/BSABB83BACOV.rar
Lossy HQ (320 Kbps CBR) - http://uploaded.net/file/r5z7ya92/BSABB83BAMP3.rar

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Seventh Star (1986)
Lossless (FLAC)* - http://uploaded.net/file/667tpsso/BSABB86SSLOS.rar
All Covers.png - http://uploaded.net/file/z2mli6h5/BSABB86SSCOV.rar
Lossy HQ (320 Kbps CBR) - http://uploaded.net/file/ey5l0xza/BSABB86SSMP3.rar

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The Eternal Idol
Lossless (FLAC)* - http://uploaded.net/file/o8viqjdx/BSABB87EILOS.rar
All Covers.png - http://uploaded.net/file/kcsl3kfs/BSABB87EICOV.rar
Lossy HQ (320 Kbps CBR) - http://uploaded.net/file/5mrgpgl7/BSABB87EIMP3.rar

Please, do not write these links at any web pages. Enjoy & keep the files alive!
* - EAC Image, standard LOG, embedded cuesheet, Foobar2000 ready
Huge thanks to my friends unclsandy & bigggwest for original CD!
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Posted By: Tonebender Date: 10 Apr 2013 07:20:55
Thanking you very muchly for this great effort :)

Cheers

Tone
Posted By: lonelyrunner Date: 10 Apr 2013 07:50:30
what appened to uploaded and bitshare???? it's impossible connect to link
Posted By: Antipop Date: 10 Apr 2013 11:08:08
"Mob Rules" no more. Now Necromandus rules.
Thanks for this. :)
What a pity that only UL, though... It will take ages.
Posted By: piar Date: 10 Apr 2013 11:55:47
@lonelyrunner

Try changing your DNSs with Google's or OpenDNS's, it seems like Uploaded and bitshare might have been blocked on most
DNSs.

It worked for me
Posted By: JBH69Flyer Date: 10 Apr 2013 14:47:31
Thanks Necromandus!! Another real nice set of uploads!! Really appreciate your hard work!!
Posted By: flac jacket Date: 10 Apr 2013 16:26:58
What a fantastic collection. Thank you for the time involved in doing this. Really excellent posting too!
Posted By: arei Date: 10 Apr 2013 17:29:23
What is the deal with Uploaded!!! Does not work!!!
Posted By: mjfieser Date: 10 Apr 2013 22:59:05
Dude, you're awesome! Thanks!

I don't know what problems the others are having trying to download these files, because I had none.
Posted By: arei Date: 11 Apr 2013 00:43:17
I'm not sure what the problem is either. If you care to enlighten me I'd be very greatful. I am no idiot, but cannot get Uploaded to generate a free download link. If I could even get that problem solved I would probably upgrade to premium.
Posted By: zorlac Date: 11 Apr 2013 01:08:31
@arei: Use jdownloader to download files. Uploaded without Premium sucks because it only lets you download about 2 files a day. But at least Jdownloader keeps it automated for you.

I am looking for a good "Premium Account Manager" if anyone knows a good one.
Posted By: arei Date: 11 Apr 2013 01:32:17
Zoriac: Thanks for the tip, I'll try it. I use IDM (Internet Download Manager) for premium accounts which works very well for me.
Posted By: Antipop Date: 11 Apr 2013 03:15:33
@arei
If you described what error does UL give you when you click on that "Free Download" button, somebody might be able to help or at least explain what your problem is.
"What is the deal with Uploaded!!! Does not work!!! " is not very helpful...
Posted By: Quiklik Date: 11 Apr 2013 13:48:15
G R E A T W O R K, THANKS!

Note for the people having trouble with the free Uploaded links:
===> use Opera portable to download, it will surely work. Alternatively, you could use Real Debrid together with Internet Download Manager for premium links.
Posted By: FrancyD Date: 11 Apr 2013 17:28:02
Nuntio vobis gaudium magnum: habemus....... Necromandus!!!
gratias.
Posted By: funkybuddha Date: 12 Apr 2013 20:35:09
Wow! Many, many thanks. Awesome. I'm naming my first born after you as a tribute of respect.
Posted By: javier sosa Date: 09 May 2013 06:22:10
thank you very much .
Posted By: libra_winmx Date: 25 May 2013 13:18:49
THANSK A LOT, Necromandus!!!
Gracias,

Libra, from Brazil, Rio de Janeiro