|Everything Comes & Goes: A Tribute to Black Sabbath|
|Compilation album by various|
|Released||April 5 2005|
|Genre(s)||Experimental, Progressive Rock, Zeuhl, Avant-garde, Instrumental Rock, Folk, Electronic|
|Label||Temporary Residence Limited|
Everything Comes & Goes: A Tribute to Black Sabbath is a tribute album curated and produced by Jeremy DeVine and Temporary Residence Limited. Notably it features radically re-imagined versions of classic Black Sabbath songs. The CD edition would feature a four page v-fold cover booklet with metallic gold foil lettering. A vinyl edition would also be pressed in an unknown limited amount.
Notably "Reversible Sabbath" as performed by the Japanese zeuhl/prog band Ruins is a multitude of Sabbath covers in the same vein as their infamous Medley covers. Albeit in brief snippets, sections from well over a dozen Sabbath songs are covered.
All songs written by Iommi, Butler, Osbourne, Ward.
- 1. Matmos - F/X (1:48)
- 2. Ruins - Reversible Sabbath (2:35)
- 3. Grails - Black Sabbath (4:16)
- 4. Four Tet - Iron Man (4:14)
- 5. Curtis Harvey Trio - Changes (3:48)
- 6. Paul Newman - Faeries Wear Boots (5:40)
- 7. The Anomoanon - Planet Caravan (6:53)
- 8. Racebannon - Sabbath Bloody Sabbath (6:53)
- 9. Greenness with Philly G. - Sweet Leaf (4:20)