|UK Release date: 3rd Nov 2017|
8 x LPs in original sleeves on 180g splatter-coloured vinyl. Re-mastered by Andy Pearce from the original tapes.
-MASTER OF REALITY
-BLACK SABBATH VOL.4
-SABBATH BLOODY SABBATH
-NEVER SAY DIE!
2 x 7 singles - reproduced in their original sleeves.
-EVIL WOMAN, DONT PLAY YOUR GAMES WITH ME / BLACK SABBATH
-PARANOID / THE WIZARD
A crucifix-shaped USB stick which can be worn around the neck and contains MQA high definition audio of the first eight Black Sabbath Albums.
Ten Year War brochure
10th Anniversary 1978 Official Programme
1972 Seattle Centre Arena Tour Poster
Black Sabbath are one of the worlds most popular and enduring heavy metal bands and are constantly credited with inventing and defining the genre. With a career spanning 50 years, Black Sabbath have proven time and time again that their musical heritage is unrivalled. Having sold tens of millions of records, sold out global arena tours and bewitched millions of dedicated fans, the band have built a catalogue envied by all. The Ten Year War box set brings together the first eight Sabbath studio albums in one place, plus a swathe of other rarities, and celebrates the bands achievements on the stage, in the studio and in the public eye.
Including 8 vinyl LPs reproduced in their original sleeves, remastered by renowned mastering engineer Andy Pearce from the original tape and pressed on 180 gram splatter-coloured vinyl. It also include two 7 singles, all reproduced in their original sleeves. A crucifix-shaped USB stick is included which can be worn around the neck and contains MQA high definition audio of the first eight Black Sabbath Albums.
Along with the audio, the box set includes The Ten Year War brochure, reproduced from the original publication, a hardback book, featuring accolades from the cream of rock royalty, coupled with photography of the band during their 1970s tours, recording sessions and photoshoots, as well as the reproduced Tenth Anniversary World Tour 1978 Official Programme and the tour poster from the 1972 Seattle Centre Arena show.