* Charted version is actually a live version by Ozzy Osbourne solo.
“Black Sabbath, Vol. 4 is just a cut below its two indisputably classic predecessors, as it begins to run out of steam – and memorable riffs – toward the end. However, it finds Sabbath beginning to experiment successfully with their trademark sound on tracks like the ambitious, psychedelic-tinged, multi-part Wheels of Confusion, the concise, textured Tomorrow’s Dream, and the orchestrated piano ballad Changes (even if the latter’s lyrics cross the line into triteness). But the classic Sabbath sound is still very much in evidence; the crushing Supernaut is one of the heaviest tracks the band ever recorded.” SHReview Source(s):