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Black Sabbath - walpurgis (origional version of war pigs)

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posted on Nov, 30 2011 @ 10:06 AM
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This was the original version of the song war pigs by black Sabbath.

It was never released on a studio album but was played live many times.

It was changed before the final recording to give it a less satanic feel and more of an anti war message.

Anyhow enjoy!


edit on 11/11/30 by metaldemon2000 because: (no reason given)




posted on Nov, 30 2011 @ 10:32 AM
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Awesome !
S&F
The only time Ozzie was ever any good.
here's the lyrics

Witches gather at black masses
Bodies burning in red ashes
On the hill the church in ruin.
Is the scene of evil doings
It's a place for all bad sinners
Watch them eating dead rats' innards.
I guess it's the same, where ever you may go
To Black masses people go
Oh lord yeah

Carry banners which denounce the lord
See me rocking in my grave
See them anoint my head with dead rat's blood
See them stick the stake through me
Oh

Don't hold me back cause I just gotta go
They've got a hold of my soul now
Lords got my brain instinct with blood obscene
Look in my eyes I'm there enough
Yeah

On the scene a priest appears
Sinners falling at his knees
Satan sends out funeral pyre
Casts the priest into the fire
It's the place for all bad sinners.
Watch them eating dead rats' innards
I guess it's the same, where ever you may go
To Black masses people go
Oh lord yeah

even these lyrics I've found are incomplete
and leave a few of the verses out .... Hmmm
can anyone help fill in the blanks

edit on 11/30/2011 by spoonbender because: not all there



posted on Nov, 30 2011 @ 10:37 AM
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Those lyrics aren't even fully correct. Its "to black masses people go"



posted on Nov, 30 2011 @ 05:43 PM
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I've never heard this version! I've seen Black Sabbath twice in concert eons ago. I have to say, I much prefer the santized anti-war version that they chose to go with. This is much too e-vile for my taste, even back when I was a wild child.

I'm also pretty fond of the cover that Faith No More did of this timeless hit; perhaps not the SAME energy as Black Sabbath, but interesting in a different way.

Still, very cool......... thanks for the schoolin'.



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