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  1. 22 de mar. de 2024 · We are excited to announce ‘Anno Domini 1989-1995’, the first boxed set celebrating singer Tony Martin’s era of Black Sabbath, will be released on 31st May 2024. The set picks up Black Sabbath’s story in 1989, two decades into the band’s ground-breaking career as metal originators.

  2. 22 de mar. de 2024 · Until now, no boxed set has focused on Black Sabbaths time with Tony Martin, the band’s second-longest-serving singer. Rhino explores this prolific period from the godfathers of heavy metal in a new collection that brings four albums back into print after an extended absence.

  3. 21 de mar. de 2024 · Rhino has set a May 31 release date for the "Anno Domini 1989-1995" box set of the Tony Martin-era BLACK SABBATH albums. BLACK SABBATH's history with singers Ozzy Osbourne and Ronnie...

  4. 22 de mar. de 2024 · The famed Tony Martin box set has been announced. Entitled “Anno Domini 19891995”, it encompasses the studio output of the Tony Martin I.R.S. era. Eternal Idol is not in this set, as it’s on another label (Warner/Rhino in US, Vertigo elsewhere).

  5. Anno Domini 19891995 is a box set by British heavy metal band Black Sabbath, released on 31 May 2024. It includes four of five albums from the 1987–1997 Tony Martin -era of the band, with Headless Cross (1989), Tyr (1990) and Cross Purposes (1994) all remastered, and Forbidden (1995) remixed by guitarist Tony Iommi , making this ...

  6. 22 de mar. de 2024 · Black Sabbath have announced details of the long-awaited box set celebrating Tony Martin's double stint as their singer. Martin joined the band in 1987 and recorded three albums with the band – The Eternal Idol, Headless Cross and Tyr – before Ronnie James Dio returned for 1992's Dehumanizer.

  7. 22 de mar. de 2024 · The set contains newly remastered versions of Headless Cross (1989), Tyr (1990), and Cross Purposes (1994), plus a new version of Forbidden (1995) that guitarist Tony Iommi remixed specially for the collection.

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