Paranoid reviews— 23 total
23 user reviews of Paranoid by Black Sabbath
It has some of the most well-known Black Sabbath and heavy metal songs.
Both are great albums. However, this is probably your best introduction to Sabbath due to the large ratio of familiar metal classics.
It helped define Heavy Metal and is a classic.
Then they come out with this album and follow through exceptionally well.
Helping to boost them into the spotlight with some of heavy metal's greatest hits, it shows how great of musicians...
But they still, even to this day, egt enough credit they deserve.
Great tunes, as well as classics and some interesting (somewhat filler) back-up tunes thrown in as well.
I love the solo on Fairies Wear Boots.
It incomparable to anything else that was going on at the time.
Black Sabbath started the metal revolution with bands like Iron Maiden and Metallica to follow in their footsteps.
It's groove based style didn't really influence Metal again until the '90s with bands like Pantera but released a torent...
Black Sabbath started a revolution, and Sabbath's debut along with "Paranoid" can be credited greatly for that..
I could imagine a grungy military tent back in the '70s and a tube box roaring "War Pigs." So I...
It has everything a metal lover wants in it.
Every single song amazes me, from start to finish.
Black Sabbath, Led Zeppelin and Motorhead have to be the greatest bands in the '70s.
4." The most impresive songs would be "War Pigs" (which used to be called "Warpulgis"), "Paranoid" (which was written in...
My personal favorites on this album were Black Sabbath, War Pigs, Iron Man, Paranoid, Children Of The Grave, Sabbath Bloody...
Don't get me wrong I would never compare myself with tony but I can play Paranoid..
For a musician, not having this album is like playing in a band without a sense of rhythm (like a...
i thionk the best tracks are the title track iron man, war pigs, electric funeral and feries wear boots,but the...
So many artists credit Black Sabbath for their inspiration, and their reason for taking up music.
If your a metal fan and dont own this album definitely get it.