Seventh Star

Seventh Star is the twelfth studio album by Black Sabbath, released in January 1986.

It was originally written, recorded, and intended to be the first solo album by guitarist Tony Iommi, but due to pressures by Warner Bros. Records and the prompting of band manager Don Arden, the record was billed as Black Sabbath featuring Tony Iommi. Glenn Hughes, ex-Deep Purple bassist and vocalist, was lead singer but did not play bass on this release.

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