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Dehumanizer

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Dehumanizer
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LP by Black Sabbath
Released June, 1992
Recorded ?
Genre Heavy metal
Length 55 min 53 s
Record label Warner Brothers
Producers Black Sabbath
Engineers ?
Professional reviews
AllMusic.com 3/5 link (http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&sql=10:tr548q9tbtc4~T1)
Black Sabbath Chronology
Tyr
(1990)
Dehumanizer
(1992)
Cross Purposes
(1994)

Dehumanizer is an album by British heavy metal band Black Sabbath released in 1992.

Musically, it is probably Sabbath's heaviest album ever. Song themes vary from a computer worshipped as a god, through televangelists, to individualism.

Although the band lineup is the same as 1982's Mob Rules, the musical direction is very different - not only because of the aforementioned heaviness, but the songs are also darker, more pessimistic and more intense, probably, than in every earlier Sabbath album.

Ronnie James Dio himself would follow this musical / lyrical direction in his next two solo albums, Strange Highways and Angry Machines.

Track listing

  1. "Computer God"
  2. "After all the Dead"
  3. "TV Crimes"
  4. "Letters from the Earth"
  5. "Master of Insanity"
  6. "Time Machine"
  7. "Sins of the Father"
  8. "Too Late"
  9. "I"
  10. "Buried Alive"
  11. "Time Machine [Wayne's World Version]"

Personnel

  • Geezer Butler - Bass
  • Ronnie James Dio - Vocals
  • Tony Iommi - Guitars
  • Vinny Appice - Drums
  • Geoff Nicholls - Keyboards
  • Mack - Producer, engineer and mixer
  • Darren Gayler - Engineer
  • Stephen Wissnet - Engineer
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