BLACK SABBATH's The Vinyl Collection: 1970 - 1978; More Details Revealed

November 28, 2012, 3 years ago

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As previously reported, on December 12th BLACK SABBATH - The Vinyl Collection: 1970 - 1978 is being released as a limited edition box-set celebrating the iconic albums featuring the full original Black Sabbath lineup.

Black Sabbath Online has learned more details about the release as follows:

- the package was remastered again by Andy Pearce in 24bit for the 2012 vinyl project - he was responsible for Sabbath's 2008-2010 remaster release series by Universal.
- there are no plans to release the 2012 Remastering on CD; this is for just the vinyl/digital project.
- inside the box will be a voucher that will let you download the entire box set in a digital format. Given the sale of the box will be for everywhere else except North America, it is assumed the voucher download won’t work in North America.
- there are no plans at this time to release the vinyl albums individually.
- the package is a limited edition (just under 10,000 units) and once its gone its gone.

Check out an unboxing video below:

Features include:

- 9×12” LP: full reproductions of the original album releases, remastered from the band’s personal archives on 180-gram heavyweight vinyl. Titles include: Black Sabbath, Paranoid, Master of Reality (with poster), Volume 4 (with photo insert book), Sabbath Bloody Sabbath, Sabotage, Technical Ecstasy, Never Say Die, Live At Last.
- 7” single: featuring the band’s debut single 'Evil Woman' and non-album B-side 'Wicked World'.
- 12” x 12” hard-backed book: containing original tour programmes from 1970, 1975, 1976 and 1978.
- Back to Black Sabbath download voucher: for easy download of the full set
- Includes an exclusive limited edition 12×12 print of the box set design. Only 50 prints available.

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