If black vinyl albums just aren’t your thing as a Black Sabbath fan, you now have the option of buying limited-edition 180-gram color vinyl versions of the band’s first eight albums.
The albums not only feature one of metal’s most influential bassists, Geezer Butler, who also penned most of the band’s lyrics at the time, but also correspond with the majority of vocalist Ozzy Osbourne’s tenure with the band, before he returned to the band in 2013, along with Butler for the album 13.
The band’s 1970 debut, Black Sabbath, is available on red opaque vinyl. Paranoid, also from 1970, is on blue vinyl, Master of Reality (1971) on green vinyl, Vol. 4 (1972) on opaque orange vinyl, Sabbath Bloody Sabbath (1973) on opaque blue vinyl, Sabotage (1975) on translucent purple vinyl, Technical Ecstasy (1976) on white vinyl, and Never Say Die! (1978) on gray vinyl.