Black Sabbath ‎– Dehumanizer

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Rhino Records (2) ‎– R1 599496, Reprise Records ‎– 603497850730
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2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Deluxe Edition, Limited Edition, Reissue
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Tracklist

Original Album 1992
A1 Computer God 6:10
A2 After All (The Dead) 5:37
A3 TV Crimes 3:58
A4 Letters From Earth 4:12
A5 Master Of Insanity 5:54
B1 Time Machine 4:10
B2 Sins Of The Father 4:43
B3 Too Late 6:54
B4 I 5:10
B5 Buried Alive 4:47
Bonus Tracks
C1 Master Of Insanity (Single Edit) 4:11
C2 Letters From Earth (B-Side Version) 4:42
C3 Time Machine (Wayne's World Version) 4:21
Live At The Sundome, Tampa, Florida 25th July 1992
C4 Children Of The Sea (Live 1992) 6:36
D1 Die Young (Live 1992) 2:25
D2 TV Crimes (Live 1992) 4:24
D3 Master Of Insanity (Live 1992) 4:01
D4 After All (The Dead) (Live 1992) 3:38
D5 Neon Knights (Live 1992) 5:23

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Credits

Notes

Produced by Mack for Musicland GmbH
Recorded at Rockfield Studios, Wales
Mixed at Musicland, Munich

All tracks published by Phobia Music / Niji Music / Valallen Music, except "Time Machine" published by Famous Music Corporation; "Die Young", "Children Of The Sea" and "Neon Knights" published by Muggins Music Inc. / Westminster Music Ltd.

This Reissue ℗ & © 2019, 1992 Reprise Records, a Warner Music Group Company.
Made in U.S.A.


Limited to 3,500 copies.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 603497850730
  • Barcode (Printed): 6 03497 85073 0
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout (Etched)): BAZZA ALCHEMY R1-599496-A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout (Etched)): R1-599496-B1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C Runout (Etched)): R1-599496-C1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D Runout (Etched)): R1-599496-D1

Other Versions (5 of 90) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
9 26965-2 Black Sabbath Dehumanizer(CD, Album) Reprise Records 9 26965-2 US 1992 Sell This Version
50999 0714412 7 Black Sabbath Dehumanizer(2xCD, Album, Dlx, RE, RM, Dig) I.R.S. Records, EMI 50999 0714412 7 Argentina 2011 Sell This Version
FT.03.0084 Black Sabbath Dehumanizer(Cass, Album, Promo) E.M.I. Records FT.03.0084 Peru 1992 Sell This Version
W2 26965 Black Sabbath Dehumanizer(CD, Album) Reprise Records W2 26965 US 1992 Sell This Version
0777 7 13155-1 0 Black Sabbath Dehumanizer(LP, Album) I.R.S. Records 0777 7 13155-1 0 Italy 1992 Sell This Version

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yzzo4people

yzzo4people

June 14, 2020
There is always a choice: buy the original LP on an IRS record, but I think that it will not shock you either - then there is another way to buy the rights to publish (if you are allowed to buy them) and make LP with the best sound from the master tape; there is a third option, to work on RHINO and do everything right, by the way, no one knows how to record hard rock correctly - this music has a too dense texture and because it sounds good and what's bad, everyone has their own opinion, and the weight of Vinyl the most optimal is -130-140 gr, then all this is transmitted from the stamp (which is printed from the matrix) without losses, and if everything is done by technology," half speed"then the sound will probably be perfect, and in the end I suggest you listen to the last album by Ozzy Osbourne - ordinary person in 2020, it lasts about 40 minutes, but there really is a quiet sound the CD sounds better
rchurikov

rchurikov

February 8, 2020
As much as I like the bonus tracks, the album itself should have been double, really. 50 minutes of such loud and dynamic music is too much for one record. As a result I get lots of surface noise and the music is mastered very quiet. Shame. But we don't get choice, do we?
baldorr

baldorr

January 11, 2020
Wow, I'm surprised by how good the Letters From Earth B-Side is on this. Part of it is a different arrangement/version, and it's so freaking good. Something particularly intense about RJD's vocals. This might be his best. I wonder why they changed the final studio version.
cmarti

cmarti

October 27, 2019
I can’t read the signature on the runout matrix, anyone recognizes it?
sketchwithfire

sketchwithfire

October 26, 2019

Please do not buy the new Rhino reissue from a sh!tbag flipper. Just support your local indie record shop as these are indie shop exclusives. Could even be in a Barnes and Noble or 2nd & Charles too if you have those nearby. Price tag around $30, not nearly $50. No. And No.