About This Show
Lee Martin and Patrick Barry are not music journalists, and are wholly unqualified to conduct criticism of albums that have been infinitely more successful than they could ever hope to achieve. They're just two local musicians from Massachusetts who have a strange fascination with bad music. Share their love on Jukebox Zeroes, the podcast that takes a retrospective look at historically-hated albums.
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010 - Black Sabbath “Born Again” (1983) (with Josiff Scurto)
In 1983, with no Ozzy Osbourne or Ronnie James Dio to their name, the remaining members of metal pioneers Black Sabbath got together with veteran hard rock singer Ian Gillan of Deep Purple to record an album together. Born Again was the end result, which rendered mixed-to-negative critical reactions, a calamitous mess of an album tour, and would be considered one of the more embarassing entries to their catalogue.
Our goodboix Lee (Who is REALLY sorry for their throat infection making them sound like a muppet) and Patrick are determined to get to the bottom of this hard rock peculiarity on this month’s Jukebox Zeroes, with a little help from New Hampshire metalhead Josiff Scurto, of bands Martyrvore,