Except for the debut album, which has a revised track order because it includes both the song “Evil Woman” from the original European LP which was removed from North American editions due to copyright issues and “Wicked World,” which was substituted for it they are presented as they did when they were first released.
All of the original LP artwork is still present, and the discs are stored in digipak packaging. Although the CDs are all black, they nevertheless feature the text specific to each release rather than using a single, stylized font.
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The Complete Original Black Box Black Sabbath 1970-1978 is a compilation of the heavy metal band’s first eight albums and a DVD with four movies.
The collection includes the albums that Ozzy Osbourne, the band’s original singer, made before he was dismissed in 1979 following the band’s Never Say Die! tour. The original lineup of the band, which included Ozzy Osbourne, Tony Iommi on guitar, Geezer Butler on bass, and Bill Ward on drums, came to an end with this.
In addition to an 80-page booklet with liner notes written by Henry Rollins, Chris Welch, and Brian Ives, all eight albums are digitally remastered and repackaged in imitation vinyl LP packaging.