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War Pigs - Black Sabbath - Chicago 83 (CDr, Album)

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  1. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for War Pigs - Black Sabbath on AllMusic.
  2. "War Pigs" was called originally "Walpurgis" after Walpurgis Night, a festival with origins in Paganism and Witchcraft. Ozzy Osbourne released that version on his album "The Ozzman Cometh" (). Despite its title, this song is against the horrors of war, particularly Vietnam War.
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  4. Black Sabbath originally released War Pigs written by Geezer Butler, Tony Iommi, Ozzy Osbourne and Bill Ward and Black Sabbath released it on the album Paranoid in It was also covered by Chris Jericho, Scotti Hill, Dug Pinnick, Ted Fitzpatrick, Hand of Doom, David Rivera Violin Rock, Extra Action Marching Band feat. Robin Coomer and other artists.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CDr release of Chicago '83 on Discogs. Label: Not On Label (Black Sabbath) - none • Format: 2x, CDr Album, Unofficial Release • Country: Yugoslavia • Genre: Rock • Style: Hard Rock.
  6. Oct 01,  · Album: Paranoid Song: "War Pigs" ~ LYRICS ~ "War Pigs" Generals gathered in their masses Just like witches at black masses Evil minds that plot destruction Sorcerers of death's construction In the.
  7. The album “BORN AGAIN” which Ian Gillan received at the time was the only release of the album “BORN AGAIN”, at that time a lot of pros and cons, both of which rushed up, succeeded in creating a topic by “record merging of Sabbath and purple” that the .
  8. Jun 03,  · Case in point, US government. The song fittingly came out in in Black Sabbath's Paranoid album while the Vietnam War was in full effect, thus adding more meaning to already in-depth lyrics. This song, along with the title track, are highlights of Black Sabbath's first studio album.

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