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Black Sabbath joined the music industry with aspirations to do something different. Not only did they manage to achieve that goal, they went over and above that to become one of the most influential bands in the history of rock music. They have been making music for over forty five years now while selling over seventy million albums in the process and they are far from done yet.
The sun rises
Black Sabbath was formed in 1968 after their vocalist, Ozzy Osbourne, put an advertisement in the newspaper looking for musicians. Initially they called themselves the 'Polka Tulk Blues Band,' before changing the title to 'Earth.' They then picked their current name, which was taken from a 1963 horror movie of the same name.
The band released its first self titled album in 1970, followed by “Paranoid” later that year. Both albums did very well, recording platinum and quadruple platinum sales respectively to cement their status as one of the leading rock bands of their time.
Only way is up
Over the next three years, Black Sabbath released three more records, all of which were certified platinum. Their 1971 release, titled 'Master of Reality' was certified two times platinum and made it to number eight on the Billboard charts. This was Sabbaths' highest finish on the charts, till their nineteenth and latest album, “13” made it to number one.
The two time Grammy winners and members of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame are now heading out on tour. Grab your Black Sabbath Minneapolis MN tickets and enjoy the concert as the icons step on the stage, live at the Target Center.