Black Sabbath - It's Alright flac
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|6079 100||Black Sabbath||It's Alright (7", Single)||Vertigo||6079 100||Netherlands||1976|
|6079 100||Black Sabbath||It's Alright (7", Single)||Vertigo||6079 100||Australia||1976|
|SFL-2142, 6079100||Black Sabbath||It's Alright (7", Single)||Vertigo, Vertigo||SFL-2142, 6079100||Japan||1976|
|WBS 8315||Black Sabbath||It's Alright (7", Single)||Warner Bros. Records||WBS 8315||US||1976|
|VTG-6009, 6000 719||Black Sabbath||It's Alright (7", Single)||Vertigo, Vertigo||VTG-6009, 6000 719||Philippines||1976|
- Producer – Black Sabbath
- Written-By – Wade, Butler, Osbourne, Iommi
Spanish titles with english titles in parentheses. Different labels than the two other Mexican promos here, with the word "Promocional" in big letters above track titles.
Also has a version of the European picture sleeve, with the Mexican "Rock Power" header on top.
- Manufactured By – Polydor, S.A.
- Distributed By – Polydor, S.A.
Текст песни: Told you once about your friends and neighbors They were always seeking but they'll never find it It's alright, yes, it's 's Alright is the third track off of Black Sabbath's seventh album Technical Ecstasy. Told you once about Your friends and neighbours They were always seeking But they'll never find it It's alright Yes, it's alright Where to go and Where to see It's always been that way And it can never be It's alright Yes, it's alright Give it all and Ask for no return And very soon you'll see And you'll begin to learn It's alright Yes, it's alright Uh, uhhh-uhh Uhh-uhh, uh-uh-uhhh It's alright Yes, it's alright. Album: Technical Ecstasy Release date: September 25, 1976 Studio: Criteria Studios, Miami, Florida Bill Ward drums, lead vocals on It's Alright the video for It's Alright from Black Sabbath's Technical Ecstasy for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. The song was also featured in the 2010 film It's Kind of a Funny Story. View wiki. Tony Iommi guitar Geezer Butler bass guitar Bill Ward drums, lead vocals Gerald Woodruffe keyboards It's Alright was often c read more. Tony Iommi guitar Geezer Butler bass guitar Bill Ward drums, lead vocals Gerald Woodruffe keyboards It's Alright was often covered live by Guns N' Roses, an read more. heavy metal. Black Sabbath is the debut studio album by the English rock band Black Sabbath. Released on 13 February 1970 in the United Kingdom and on 1 June 1970 in the United States, the album reached number eight on the UK Albums Charts and number 23 on the Billboard charts. Black Sabbath is widely considered the first heavy metal album. Additionally, the opening track of the album, Black Sabbath, has been referred to as the first doom metal song. It's Alright. Black Sabbath. Type: Single. Release date: 1976. Catalog ID: WBS 8315. A cover of It's Alright appears on the live album Live Era '87-'93 of the Hard Rock band Guns N' Roses. Added by: Unknown user. Modified by: Rochvill. Added on: NA. Last modified on: 2020-03-28 15:10:09. Its Alright Lyrics: Told you once about your friends and neighbours, They were always seeking, but. Its Alright was written and sung by drummer Bill Ward. Originally resistant to sing the song for fear of offending Ozzy Osbourne, he was encouraged by the band to do it. TheIts Alright Lyrics: Told you once about your friends and neighbours, They were always seeking, but they'll never find it, It's alright, yes, it's alright, Where to go and where to see, It's. The . It's Alright is a heavy metal music single recording by BLACK SABBATH released in 1976 on CD, LPVinyl andor cassette. BLACK SABBATH - It's Alright. the ultimate metal music online community, from the creators of . 1 rating 0 review. Black Sabbath It's Alright: Told you once about your friends and neighbours They were always seeking but they'll never find it I. Don't you know that it's so good for you You can be making love and see it all go through But it's alright, yes it's alright. Submit Corrections. Writers: Butler Terence Michael, Iommi Anthony Frank, Osbourne John, Ward W T. Released: Sep 1976. Label: RhinoWarner Records. Sabbath's penultimate early-Ozzy album, from 1976, is both an oddball catalog outlier and a total downer, and its depression is disturbingly stripped of thud and throb - the band sounds really worn out. They theoretically turn bluesier on a few cuts, notably cowbell-funked drug-pusher ode Rock 'N' Roll Doctor