Who redid War Pigs?
|War Pigs||Black Sabbath||September 18, 1970|
|War Pigs||Ozzy Osbourne||November 27, 1982|
|War Pigs||Sacred Reich||1988|
|War Pigs||Faith No More||1989|
Is War Pigs an anti-war song?
According to Black Sabbath vocalist Ozzy Osbourne War Pigs is a generic anti-war song; it was not specifically about Vietnam. War Pigs did not sell well as a single but has become an iconic song. Several critics consider it the best heavy metal anti-war song ever recorded.
Who covered Paranoid Black Sabbath?
First track on the album “Paranoid”. Future Sabbath member Ronnie James Dio’s early 1970s band, Elf, covered the song regularly in concert. Sacred Reich on the EP Surf Nicaragua and their live EP Alive at the Dynamo.
What Black Sabbath songs did Metallica cover?
With the heavy metal band setting aside time in their set each night for Hammett and Trujillo to jam together, the guitarist and bassist paid homage to Birmingham’s music heritage by performing a cover of Black Sabbath’s ‘War Pigs’ during their gig at the Genting – the same venue where the Ozzy Osbourne-led band played …
Why did Black Sabbath write War Pigs?
“War Pigs” was inspired by the Vietnam War. Sabbath bass player Geezer Butler, who was also their lyricist, recalled to Mojo in 2017: “Britain was on the verge of being brought into it, there was protests in the street, all kinds of anti -Vietnam things going on. War is the real Satanism.
When did Black Sabbath release War Pigs?
1970War Pigs / Released
What Black Sabbath album is War Pigs on?
ParanoidWar Pigs / Album
Who is on the cover of Black Sabbath?
Louisa Livingstone, the black-robed woman on the cover of Black Sabbath’s debut, has spoken about the experience in recognition of the album’s 50th anniversary.