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Black Sabbath Release Video Of Classic TV Performance

12/01/2016
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Black Sabbath

(Classic Rock) Black Sabbath have released a video of their performance of the classic track Paranoid that they did on the long running UK television show Top Of The Pops in 1970.

It was recorded around its UK release date in August of that year, before the album of the same name reached the number one position the following month - an achievement they didn't repeat until 13 was launched three years ago.

British veterans Black Sabbath are nearing the end of their final tour, which closes in their home city of Birmingham in February. But guitarist Tony Iommi last week reported that festival appearances, or even another album, weren't entirely out of the question. Watch the performance here.

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