BLACK SABBATH's "Past Lives"" More Details Revealed

BLACK SABBATH's highly-anticipated double-CD set of live recordings from the 1970s, entitled Past Lives, will be released on August 20th via Sanctuary Records in two different styles of packaging, according to Apparently, the special digipak packaging will include a fold-up posted and a SABBATH guitar pick and will be issued in a limited-edition pressing, although it's presently unclear exactly how "limited" this edition will be. There are no plans at the moment to release the album on vinyl.

As previously reported, Disc One will feature material previously available on the Live at Last album, while Disc Two is made up of tracks culled from various gigs from 1970-1978. The full track listing for the set is as follows:

Disc One:
01. Tomorrow's Dream
02. Sweet Leaf
03. Killing Yourself To Live
04. Cornucopia
05. Snowblind
06. Children of the Grave
07. War Pigs
08. Wicked World
09. Paranoid

Disc Two:
01. Hand of Doom
02. Hole in the Sky
03. Symptom of the Universe
04. Megalomania
05. Iron Man
06. Black Sabbath
07. NIB
08. Behind the Wall
09. Fairies Wear Boots


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