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Under Wheels Of Confusion 1970-1987
Genres: Pop, Rock, Classic Rock, Metal
1996 release on Castle featuring 52 of their best from 1970-1987, all digitally remastered & on four full color picture discs. Also contains a 48 page full color booklet with a note from Ozzy & a family tree by Pete Frame!... more »
1996 release on Castle featuring 52 of their best from 1970-1987, all digitally remastered & on four full color picture discs. Also contains a 48 page full color booklet with a note from Ozzy & a family tree by Pete Frame! Includes: 'WarPigs', 'Paranoid', 'Iron Man', 'Sweet Leaf', 'Into The Void', 'Sabbath Bloody Sabbath', 'Supernaut', 'Snowblind', 'Heaven And Hell', 'The Mob Rules' & 'Neon Knights'. Comes packaged in a sturdy slipcase box with each disc in a separate standard jewel case. The full title is 'Under WheelsOf Confusion: 1970-1987'.
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Too much for newcomers, not enough for collectors
Docendo Discimus | Vita scholae | 10/12/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This four-disc box set does a pretty good job, drawing heavily from Black Sabbath's classic 70s releases (the Ozzy Osbourne years), but dipping somewhat in quality towards the end.
Virtually all Sabbath's important 70s songs are here, from "Paranoid" and "Iron Man" to "Symptom Of The Universe" and "Never Say Die", and most of the Dio-era selections are reasonably good as well.
The only problem with this set is that it doesn't contain anything of interest to collectors, and anyone who is willing to buy a $60 Black Sabbath set would probably be better off with the band's first four orginal studio albums (or the double-disc "The Best Of Black Sabbath"), and perhaps a single-disc collection of their latter-day songs.
3 1/2 stars."
Black Sabbath - 'Under Wheels Of Confusion,1970-1987' (Castl
Mike Reed | USA | 09/05/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Is it just me or are there too many Black Sabbath box sets available? Don't get me wrong,this 4-CD,lavishly assembled 52 track piece is great! Even comes with a 48-page booklet in full color with some great liner notes, art work and a Sabbath / Ozzy family tree. It's nice to be able to put all four of these discs into your stereo and set if for 'scramble play' and then you have no idea which song will play next. Tunes that makes this box set simply SO worthwhile are "The Wizard","N.I.B.",their psychedelic doom classic "Into The Void","Supernaut" (also dig Ministry's cover of this cut),"Dirty Women","Neon Knights","Die Young","Trashed" and...the list goes on. Highly recommended."