7 thoughts on “ All Moving Parts (Stand Still) - Black Sabbath - Technical Ecstasy

  1. Dec 03,  · With punk on the rise and managerial problems dogging them, the members of Black Sabbath had their backs against the wall in , and TECHNICAL ECSTASY was their response. Recorded at Miami's Criteria Studios (where the Eagles had to put HOTEL CALIFORNIA on hold several times when Sabbath got too loud), the collection is among the quartet's most diverse as they tried to .
  2. Unlike their previous album—Sabotage, which was packed with songs that lived up to Black Sabbath’s horror-movie name and origin—Technical Ecstasy softened the band’s sound considerably. Keyboards and synthesizers were brought prominently up in the mix, and the songs sounded closer to mainstream hard rock than the trademark Sabbath sound.
  3. Technical Ecstasy has some of Tony Iommi’s finest moments and some amazing drumming by Bill Ward. Dirty Women, You Won’t Change Me, All Moving Parts Stand Still and Gypsy are masterpieces. She’s Gone is also a great ballad and masterpiece. Technical Ecstasy deserves more attention.
  4. 'Technical Ecstasy' - Black Sabbath (5/10) Wow. In spite of the poor acclaim and ambivalence I have seen aimed towards "Technical Ecstasy" and her equally unappealing sister "Never Say Die!", I was still a little shocked to hear the great Black Sabbath default on such mediocrity/5.
  5. Lyrics to All Moving Parts (Stand Still) by Black Sabbath from the Technical Ecstasy album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more!
  6. Jul 09,  · Technical Ecstasy Dirty Women Back Street Kids All Moving Parts(Stand Still) Never Say Die! Johnny Blade Shock Waves A Hard Road Air Dance Never Say Die I tend to favor Die over Ex as can be seen from my list, although I've read where the band members don't have fond memories of either recording experience of both releases, especially Never Say.

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