Black Sabbath announce vinyl reissues

The first eight albums are due on heavyweight 180g vinyl

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Black Sabbath are reissuing their first eight albums on the vinyl.

They’ll kick off the reissue programme on June 22 with their self-titled debut album (1970), Paranoid (1970) and Master Of Reality (1971).

On June 29, they’ll re-release Vol. 4 (1972), Sabbath Bloody Sabbath (1973) and Sabotage (1975).

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They’ll conclude the run on July 13 with Technical Ecstacy (1976) and Never Say Die (1978) – the band’s last album to feature Ozzy Osborne until 13 in 2013.

The albums will be released on heavyweight 180g vinyl, as well as CD.

The band have previously re-released these records on vinyl in 2012 as a box set, The Vinyl Collection: 1970-1978.

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