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BLACK SABBATH Announces Deluxe Sabotage Reissue With Japanese 7" & Live Album

Available as a 4-CD or 4-LP + 7" set.

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photo: Sam Emerson

Black Sabbath is moving right along with their deluxe reissue campaign, this time tackling their 1975 album Sabotage. The reissue will include a newly-remastered version of Sabotage alongside a never-before-heard live album titled North American Tour Live '75. The reissue will also come with a bonus 7" (or fourth CD if you're buying that version) with the Japanese single edit of "Am I Going Insane (Radio)" alongside "Hole In The Sky".

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The deluxe version of Sabotage will be available as a 4-CD or 4-LP + 7" set on June 11. Check out the newly-remastered version of "Am I Going Insane (Radio)" below and pre-order the set here.

Sabotage (2021 remaster)

  1. Hole In The Sky
  2. Don't Start (Too Late)
  3. Symptom Of The Universe
  4. Megalomania
  5. Thrill Of It All
  6. Supertzar
  7. Am I Going Insane (Radio)
  8. The Writ

North American Tour Live '75

  1. Supertzar/Killing Yourself To Live
  2. Hole In The Sky
  3. Snowblind
  4. Symptom Of The Universe
  5. War Pigs
  6. Megalomania
  7. Sabbra Cadabra
  8. Jam 1 including guitar solo
  9. Jam 2 including drum solo
  10. Supernaut
  11. Iron Man
  12. Guitar Solo including excerpts of Orchid and Rock 'n' Roll Doctor
  13. Black Sabbath
  14. Spiral Architect
  15. Embryo/Children Of The Grave
  16. Paranoid

Japanese "Am I Going Insane (Radio)" single

  1. "Am I Going Insane (Radio)" – Single Edit
  2. Hole In The Sky
BLACK SABBATH Announces Deluxe Sabotage Reissue With Japanese 7" & Live Album

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