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Sabbath On Hold

As a result of Capitol Records’ recent buy-out of the Priority label, BLACK SABBATH’s highly-anticipated album of live recordings from 1975, previously known as Live In 75, has been indefinitely put on hold, while the Priority-distributed Divine Recordings (Sharon Osbourne’s record company and the projected label for the above-mentioned release) are presently attempting to figure out if they still have a distribution deal or if they are free to go elsewhere. At the moment, it appears that the CD will be issued through Divine sometime during the first quarter of 2002, although a possibility exists that legal issues may put the release off even further.

While the final track listing has yet to be set, the as-yet-untitled album (the original title has now apparently been scrapped), will reportedly contain all of the previously-released Live at Last album, parts of the widely-available Paris 1970 bootleg, a February 1975 Baltimore, MD unofficial live release, and some of the tracks from the old Beat Club appearances.

Source: Blabbermouth

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