Black Sabbath release extended edition of ‘Paranoid’

By March 11, 2009 September 8th, 2016 World

Now, for the first time-ever, the blueprint to Sabbath’s musical plan can be scrutinised via a myriad of previously unreleased studio outtakes, recently unearthed and compiled as additional bonus discs accompanying the band genre defining 1970 album ‘Paranoid’.

‘Paranoid‘ is the first release in a set of Black Sabbath deluxe expanded editions. Each remastered album includes an additional disc of previously unheard outtakes, demos and instrumental tracks taken from the original studio sessions.

‘Paranoid’ is expanded to a triple-disc containing the extremely rare 1974 Quadraphonic mix of the album. The album also includes deluxe digipak gatefold packaging with expanded booklets containing rare and previously unseen photographs, comprehensive sleeve-notes telling the story behind each album and include images of rare single covers and memorabilia from the period.

Disc 1 (Original Album):

1. War Pigs

2. Paranoid

3. Planet Caravan

4. Iron Man

5. Electric Funeral

6. Hand Of Doom

7. Rat Salad

8. Fairies Wear Boots

Disc 2 (1974 Quadrophonic Mix):

1. War Pigs

2. Paranoid

3. Planet Caravan

4. Iron Man

5. Electric Funeral

6. Hand Of Doom

7. Rat Salad

8. Fairies Wear Boots

Disc 3

(Previously Unreleased Bonus Tracks):(Tracks 1-8 recorded at Regent Sound Studios, 16 & 17/6/70)

1. War Pigs (instrumental)

2. Paranoid (alternative lyrical version)

3. Planet Caravan (alternative lyrical version)

4. Iron Man (instrumental)

5. Electric Funeral (instrumental)

6. Hand Of Doom (instrumental)

7. Rat Salad (instrumental)

8. Fairies Wear Boots (instrumental)

 

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