Masters of Misery BLACK SABBATH An Earache Tribute CD 1992 Japanese edition with extra booklet + and extra (BONUS) song. Check audio

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Media Condition: Mint (M)
Sleeve Condition: Mint (M)

Masters Of Misery – Black Sabbath: An Earache Tribute
Label: Toys Factory TFCK-88607
Format: CD, Compilation
Country: Japan
Released: 1992
Genre: Industrial, Heavy Metal, grind, Doom
Subtitled Black Sabbath: An Earache Tribute.
Licensed from Earache Records, this is a Japanese release of the original version of the Masters Of Misery Black Sabbath tribute.

Tracklist:

1 Cathedral Shock Wave

Bass – Mark Griffiths Drums – Mark Ramsey*Guitar – Adam LehanGary Jennings*Producer – CathedralPaul Johnson*Vocals – Lee Dorian*

4:46
2 Sleep Snowblind

Drums – Chris HakiusGuitar – Matt PikeProducer – Billy AndersonSleepVocals, Bass – Al Cisneros

5:56
3 Godflesh Zero The Hero

Bass – G.C. GreenGuitar, Vocals – J. Broadrick*Producer – G.C. GreenJ. Broadrick*Written-By – Ward*, Butler*, Gillan*, Iommi*

6:21
4 Confessor Hole In The Sky

Bass – Cary RowellsDrums – Stephen SheltonGuitar – Brian ShoafIvan ColonProducer – ConfessorVocals – Scott Jeffreys

3:26
5 Fudge Tunnel Changes

Bass – David RyleyDrums – Adrian ParkinGuitar, Vocals – Alex NewportProducer – Alex NewportDanny Shackelton*

7:29
6 Old* Who Are You?

Bass – Jason EvermanGuitar, Programmed By – Jim Plotkin*Producer – Gariss Shipon*, OLD*Vocals – Alan Dubin

8:48
7 Brutal Truth Lord Of This World

Bass – Danny LilkerDrums – Scott LewisGuitar – Brent McCartyProducer – Brutal TruthSteve Burgh (2)Vocals – Kevin Sharp

5:04
8 Pitch Shifter* N.I.B.

Bass Guitar – Mark ClaydenLead Guitar – John Carter*Producer – Dave Lawrence*, Pitch Shifter*Vocals – Jonathan Clayden*

4:43
9 Scorn The Wizard

Bass, Vocals – Nick Bullen*Drums, Sampler, Programmed By – Mick Harrith*Guitar – Justin K BroadrickProducer – Scorn

11:46
10 Cadaver Sweet Leaf

Double Bass, Bass Guitar – Eilert SolstadDrums, Vocals – Ole Bjarkebakke*Guitar – Anders OddenProducer – CadaverKetil Johanssen*

5:05
11 Cathedral Solitude

Japanese edition  extra BONUS song

Bass – Mark Griffiths Drums – Mark Ramsey*Guitar – Adam LehanGarry JenningsProducer – CathedralPaul Johnson*Vocals – Lee Dorian*

4:52

5.0 out of 5 stars Great album to drive too… at night :),
I kept this on my CD shelf next to Nativity in Black and Eternal Masters. That was a few months ago–I just listened to it again while driving and I am much more impressed! I really like the INTENSE black metal treatment given to “Who Are You?” by OLD and “The Wizard” by Scorn. Most of the other tracks are pretty straight forward Death Metal treatments, but Sabbath sounds good this way to my ears. Since I am a fan of the old/vintage Sabbath sound, I appreciate Brutal Truths very heavy and straight forward kick ass take on “Lord of This World”–NICE AND HEAVY, and Cathedral does an awesome job of remaking Solitude very close to the original, which helps me appreciate the original song even more. Overall this is a cool album and I am now glad I own it.


5.0 out of 5 stars The ULTIMATE tribute to the ULTIMATE band,
Yes, the songs are different to a straight up cover version. Get over it. Sabbath pioneered so many new and innovative sounds, why can’t anyone else? I think it is the ultimate mark of respect that so many bands (Yes, even techno) were influenced so much, and here is how they show it. Look out for the Godflesh cover of ‘Zero the Hero’ (the only non-Ozzy cover on the album), ‘Who are you’ by OLD and ‘The Wizard’ by Scorn. If you like a bit of extremity and dig the old Black Sabbath, put away Nativity in Black and listen to this.