|1||Never Say Die|
|7||Over To You|
|9||Swinging The Chain|
|9102 751||Black Sabbath||Never Say Die! (LP, Album)||Vertigo||9102 751||UK||1978|
|BSK 3186||Black Sabbath||Never Say Die! (LP, Album, M/Print)||Warner Bros. Records||BSK 3186||US||1978|
|830 789-2||Black Sabbath||Never Say Die! (CD, Album, RE)||Vertigo||830 789-2||Germany||1987|
|BSK 3186||Black Sabbath||Never Say Die! (LP, Album, Win)||Warner Bros. Records||BSK 3186||US||1978|
|9124 101||Black Sabbath||Never Say Die! (LP, Album)||Vertigo||9124 101||Germany||1978|
What have the artists said about the song? Never Say Die! was the most difficult Sabbath LP. The band was tired, and we were starting to fall apart. It was a horrible time, but I like what.
Don’t they ever have to worry Don’t you ever wonder why It’s a part of me that tells you Oh, don’t you ever Don’t ever say die Never, never, never say die. Sundays satisfaction Madness on the rise Truth is on the doorstep Welcoming the lies All dressed up in sorrow Got no place to go Hold tight do it right Taking it slow. Each song so is so varied and they really up the music on this. I love the jazzy stuff and it’s too bad this was their last album because to me, they were getting into some amazing music that could’ve sustained them for years.
There's no need to have a reason There's no need to wonder why It's a part of me that tells you Oh, don't you ever, don't ever say die Never, never, never say die again. Writer(s): BUTLER TERENCE MICHAEL, IOMMI ANTHONY FRANK, OSBOURNE JOHN, WARD W T.
Never Say Die! went gold in November 1997, more than 19 years after it was released and is still widely considered the least successful album of the original Ozzy era right above or below (depending on who you talk to) Technical Ecstasy. In 2013, Black Sabbath released 13, their first studio album with Osbourne on vocals in 35 years
Though Black Sabbath's "Never Say Die!" wasn't a breakup album in the strictest sense, it did signal the end of their partnership with frontman Ozzy Osbourne, who would soon be booted out for being too messed up on drugs, by a band messed up on drugs