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Black Sabbath Pack 'Technical Ecstasy' Reissue With Outtakes, Alternative Mixes

Band teases mega-sized box set with remastered version of “Back Street Kids”

8/5/2021 6:26:00 AM

Black Sabbath have planned a 'Technical Ecstasy' super deluxe edition box set.

Band teases mega-sized box set with remastered version of “Back Street Kids”

about the time they presented their artwork — a montage of illustration and photography depicting robots copulating on escalators — to the band.“We were at Tony Iommi’s house in the studio … the door flung open and there was this guy, dark glasses, as you see Ozzy, all in black with a hat on, absolutely drunk as a skunk,” he said. “He walked over and said, ‘What’s going on here?’ ‘We’re choosing the album cover, Ozzy.’ And you could feel the tension in the room. It was really unpleasant, and he just looked down and said, ‘That one. That’s the one,’ and I think Tony Iommi said, ‘That’s just as well because that’s the one we’ve all chosen,’ in that great Birmingham accent. And Ozzy suddenly turned on him and completely flipped. They started fighting. I was by the manager, and I’ll never forget when he said to me, ‘I think that went rather well, don’t you?’ I said, ‘What do you mean? It was mayhem and chaos in there. It was horrible.’ And he said, ‘Well, we got an album cover out of it.’ It was so rock & roll in a way. It was fantastic.”

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Black Sabbath,Technical Ecstasy: Super Deluxe EditionTracklistDisc One: Original Album 1976 (2021 Remaster)1. “Back Street Kids”2. “You Won’t Change Me”3. “It’s Alright”4. “Gypsy”5. “All Moving Parts (Stand Still)”6. “Rock ‘n’ Roll Doctor”7. “She’s Gone”

8. “Dirty Women”Disc Two: New Steven Wilson Mix1. “Back Street Kids” *2. “You Won’t Change” *3. “It’s Alright” – Mono Version4. “Gypsy” *5. “All Moving Parts (Stand Still)” *6. “Rock ‘n’ Roll Doctor” *7. “She’s Gone” *8. “Dirty Women” *Disc Three: Outtakes & Alternative Mixes headtopics.com

1. “Back Street Kids” – Alternative Mix *2. “You Won’t Change Me” – Alternative Mix *3. “Gypsy” – Alternative Mix *4. “All Moving Parts (Stand Still)” – Alternative Mix *5. “Rock ‘n’ Roll Doctor” – Alternative Mix *6. “She’s Gone” – Outtake Version *7. “Dirty Women” – Alternative Mix *

8. “She’s Gone” – Instrumental Mix *Disc Four: Live World Tour 1976-771. “Symptom of the Universe” * Read more: Rolling Stone »

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