Rob Halford Picks Favorite Black Sabbath Album
"It took 24 hours to make, believe it or not," he marveled. "But the sound is absolutely mind-blowing. If you just listen to the sound, how they were able to do that work in such a short space of time is extraordinary."
He continued, "I think a lot of musicians agree that, generally, your first record is very, very important, because you're really coming from a very pure, new, uncluttered source. You've got nothing to prove because you've proved nothing yet; you haven't really got a massive fanbase, so you're searching to build that. Your record company's not interfering with your music as they tend to do when you become successful — same with managers, agents, promoters. You're really coming into your existence at a different level. - more on this story
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