Reasons Why Led Zeppelin is Better Than Black Sabbath
The Top Ten
Black Sabbath also had a variety of music. Their first album was a blues rock record, while the next was hard rock/heavy metal. Their third (Master of Reality) was a doom album with some of the heaviest riffs ever. Their fourth mixed their style with jam band/hippie music, even Elton John stuff. Their fifth was progressive rock and their sixth was avant-garde with progressive rock and metal. Their next two were pure hard rock and their eighth (their first with Dio) was a mix of heavy and power metal. - Caleb9000
You know, John Bonham would hate this list. Both are good in their own way - SoldierOfFortune
No Communication Breakdown, No Paranoid
No Dazed and Confused, No Iron Man
Metallica sold more than Black Sabbath last time I checked.
Led Zeppelin was only behind The Beatles, Elvis Presley, Michael Jackson, Madonna, and Elton John.
While Communication Breakdown, a song not even in my top 5 was better than Black Sabbath's best song, Paranoid.
Once their drummer, John Bonham, died, they had to break up. Black Sabbath, had more than one singer. Anyone heard of Ronnie James Dio? , or Ian Gillan? What about David Donato? Ray Gillen?
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