Nativity in Black 2: A Tribute to Black Sabbath
 : Nativity in Black 2: A Tribute to Black Sabbath

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Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Binding: Audio CD
Brand: VA
EAN: 0724352609529
Format: Explicit Lyrics
Item Dimensions: 2550021550
Label: Priority Records
Languages: EnglishOriginal Language
Manufacturer: Priority Records
MPN: 7243 5 26095 2 9
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: June 06, 2000
Publisher: Priority Records
Release Date: June 06, 2000
Studio: Priority Records

  • Complilation
  • Various Artists
  • Part two of three

Disc 1:
  1. Sweet Leaf - Godsmack
  2. Hole In The Sky - Machine Head
  3. Behind The Wall Of Sleep - Static-X
  4. Never Say Die - Megadeth
  5. Snowblind - System Of A Down
  6. Electric Funeral - Pantera
  7. N.I.B. - Primus w/ Ozzy Osbourne
  8. Hand Of Doom - Slayer
  9. Under The Sun - Soulfly
  10. Sabbra Cadabra - Hed(PE)
  11. Into The Void - Monster Magnet
  12. Iron Man (This Means War) - Busta Rhymes
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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
Second of three compilations of various artists, all tribute songs from various artists including 'Megadeth', 'Pantera', 'Ozzy', 'Slayer', and many many more.
A selection of popular Black Sabbath songs interpreted by longtime metallic favorites (Megadeth, Slayer), newer rock kids (Godsmack, Static-X) and a wild card (Busta Rhymes) makes for a fun, if surprisingly middle-of-the-road, listen. NIB 2 is the first release on Ozzy Osbourne's own record label, and one of the CD's dozen tunes features Oz doing the classic "N.I.B" with pranksters Primus; however, there's not enough of Les Claypool's bass peeking through on the otherwise stellar title. Static-X's otherwise distinct techno take on "Behind the Wall of Sleep" loses the song's inherent groove. Megadeth's true-to-the original version of "Never Say Die" is rollicking. Pantera doing the dirge "Electric Funeral" is not as aggro as one might hope; on the other hand, Slayer turn in a raw and dynamic version of "Hand of Doom." Truly unique renderings come from California band hed(p.e.), who do a trippy, hip-hop/funk version of "Sabbra Cadabra," and from Busta Rhymes, with his take on "Iron Man." Ultimately, though, NIB 2 proves that Sabbath did it first and best, and there's really no improving on the original. --Katherine Turman

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