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BLACK SABBATH's Geezer Butler Announces Solo Album Box Set

Manipulations Of The Mind – The Complete Collection is out July 30.

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Black Sabbath bassist Geezer Butler has announced his new solo album box set Manipulations Of The Mind – The Complete Collection for July 30. The box features his three solo albums – Plastic Planet from 1995, Black Science from 1997, and Ohmwork from 2005 – as well as a bonus disc of rare material, unreleased demos, studio outtakes, single edits, and three live tracks recorded in February 1996.

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A companion album titled The Very Best Of Geezer Butler will also be available on July 17. The tracklists for all the discs are available below, and pre-orders are available here.

Plastic Planet

  1. Catatonic Eclipse
  2. Drive Boy, Shooting
  3. Giving Up The Ghost
  4. Plastic Planet
  5. The Invisible
  6. Séance Fiction
  7. House Of Clouds
  8. Detective 27
  9. X13
  10. Sci-Clone
  11. Cycle Of Sixty

Black Science

  1. Man In A Suitcase
  2. Box Of Six
  3. Mysterons
  4. Justified
  5. Department S
  6. Area Code 51
  7. Has To Be
  8. Number 5
  9. Among The Cybermen
  10. Unspeakable Elvis
  11. Xodiak
  12. Northern Wisdom
  13. Trinity Road


  1. Misfit
  2. Pardon My Depression
  3. Prisoner 103
  4. I Believe
  5. Aural Sects
  6. Pseudocide
  7. Pull The String
  8. Alone
  9. Dogs Of Whore
  10. Don't You Know

Box Set Bonus Disc

  1. Pseudocide (No Intro)
  2. Prisoner 103 (Demo)
  3. The Invisible (Instrumental)
  4. Area Code 51 (Demo)
  5. Cycle Of Sixty (Radio Mix)
  6. X13 (Radio Mix)
  7. Northern Wisdom (Demo)
  8. Beach Skeleton (Japanese Version)
  9. Pardon My Depression (Alt Take)
  10. Misfit (Rough Mix)
  11. I Believe (Demo)
  12. Four Feathers Fall (Demo)
  13. Drive Boy, Shooting (Live)
  14. Detective 27 (Live)
  15. House Of Clouds (Live)

The Very Best Of Geezer Butler

  1. Drive Boy, Shooting
  2. Man In A Suitcase
  3. Misfit
  4. The Invisible
  5. Box Of Six
  6. Pardon My Depression
  7. House Of Cards
  8. Mysterons
  9. Aural Sects
  10. Detective 27
  11. Number 5
  12. I Believe
  13. Catatonic Eclipse
  14. Among The Cybermen
  15. Prisoner 103
  16. Plastic Planet
  17. Area Code 51

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