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Has To Be - Geezer* - Black Science (CD, Album)

Label: CD-Maximum - CDM 0903-1501 • Format: CD Album • Country: Russia • Genre: Rock • Style: Experimental, Heavy Metal
Has To Be - Geezer* - Black Science (CD, Album)

Mixed By [Remixed By] – Mark Plati (tracks: 12) Music By, Lyrics By – Geezer Butler, Pedro Howse. Photography By – Joseph Cultice. Producer [Assisted By] – Simon Pressey. Producer [Produced By] – Geezer Butler, Paul Northfield. Songwriter [All Songs Written By] – Geezer .

 · Geezer Butler was incredibly busy in When he wasn't reunited with Ozzy Osbourne for a Black Sabbath tour, the longtime Sabbath bassist was fronting his own band, GZR-- a thrash metal unit that doesn't hesitate to be brutally intense on Black 's crystal clear that when Butler recorded this superb CD, the last thing on his mind was trying to emulate Sabbath/10(17).

Black Science is the second studio album by heavy metal band GZR (for this album the band was known as Geezer). Barcode and Other Identifiers Barcode: /5(1).

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Artist: Geezer Butler - Title: Black Science - Format: CD - Country: Label: Sanctuary - Catalogue Number: - Year: - Description: 13 Track Rating: % positive.

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  1. Renamed Geezer, the band's second album Black Science is more eclectic than Plastic Planet, but instead of being creatively diverse, Geezer mines a somewhat uninspired well of eerie, crunching riffs, overly-melodic hooks, and trite electronics. Bell's replacement, Clark Brown, sings in a voice that ranges from a vibrato-laden yowl to a throaty growl, but his vocals lack emotion, and are ultimately unconvincing/5(63).

  2. The second studio album by Geezer, originally released in July The cover art for the album is intended to represent the Black Sabbath song 'Hand of Doom'. Geezer about the Doctor Who connection in the song 'Among the Cybermen': 'Yes, the lyrics were originally about the death of Doctor Who/5(66).

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