Review #234: Master of Reality, Black Sabbath

#234: Master of Reality, Black Sabbath

Old-school heavy metal albums are the whole reason I started this project. There’s just something about furious guitars that makes my heart happy.

The RS blurb begins by pointing out that although Paranoid, which they have listed as #139, “may have bigger hits,” Master of Reality “is heavier.” That might just be true…

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