Black Sabbath announces deluxe reissue of ‘Technical Ecstasy’

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Black Sabbath‘s reissue campaign continues with Technical Ecstasy.

An expanded edition of the 1976 record will be released October 1. Along with the original album remastered, the reissue includes a new mix by Steven Wilson of the prog band Porcupine Tree, various alternate mixes and outtakes, and live recordings from Sabbath’s 1976-77 world tour.

You can check out the remastered version of album opener “Back Street Kids” now via digital outlets.

Technical Ecstasy was Black Sabbath’s seventh studio album. It was also the band’s penultimate release before Ozzy Osbourne‘s firing in 1979.

This year, Black Sabbath has also released reissues of 1972’s Vol. 4, 1975’s Sabotage, 1980’s Heaven and Hell and 1981’s Mob Rules.

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