List of cover versions of Black Sabbath songs

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This is a list of recorded Black Sabbath covers or samples by notable artists. It does not include bootleg or unrecorded live performances, or any unreleased demo recordings.

It includes, but is not limited to, the following:

A National Acrobat[edit]

Second track on album "Sabbath Bloody Sabbath".

  • The heavy metal band Metallica covered this song and "Sabbra Cadabra" on their Garage, Inc. cover album in one condensed song entitled "Sabbra Cadabra".
  • Swedish stoner/doom metal band DoomDogs covered "A National Acrobat" on their album "Unleash the Truth".
  • Czech artist "Jiří Schelinger" covered "A National Acrobat" as a member of "František Ringo Čech" band. The song appeared o their debut album in 1974 - "Nemam hlas jako zvon" (My voice does not ring the bell) under a name "Metro, dobrý den" (Underground, say hello).

After Forever[edit]

Second track on their album "Master of Reality".

Air Dance[edit]

Sixth track on the album "Never Say Die!"

  • Swedish pop singer Lisa Ljungberg covered the song on her 2012 album "Seven Seas".

Behind the Wall of Sleep[edit]

Third track on their album "Black Sabbath.

Black Sabbath[edit]

First track on their album "Black Sabbath".

Changes[edit]

Third track on their album "Black Sabbath Vol. 4"

Children of the Grave[edit]

Fourth track on their album "Master of Reality".

Children of the Sea[edit]

Second track on the album "Heaven and Hell".

  • Jag Panzer covered the song on the album "Holy Dio:A Tribute to the Voice of Metal"
  • Silver Fist this on their album "Ave Fenix".

Cornucopia[edit]

Seventh track on their album "Black Sabbath Vol.4".

Die Young[edit]

Sixth track on the album "Heaven and Hell".

Dirty Women[edit]

Eight track on album "Technical Ecstasy"

Electric Funeral[edit]

Fifth track on their album "Paranoid".

Fairies Wear Boots[edit]

Last track on the album "Paranoid".

Hand of Doom[edit]

Sixth track on the album "Paranoid".

Headless Cross[edit]

Second track on the album "Headless Cross"

Heaven and Hell[edit]

Fourth track on the album "Heaven and Hell".

Hole in the Sky[edit]

First track on the album "Sabotage".

  • Metallica covered this during Black Sabbath's rock and roll hall of fame induction in 2006.
  • Machine Head cover the song on the 2008 bonus disc of the album "The Blackening".

I[edit]

Ninth track on the album "Dehumanizer".

Into the Void[edit]

Last track on the album "Master of Reality".

Various artists have covered the song, including

Iron Man[edit]

Fourth track on the album "Paranoid".

It's Alright[edit]

Third track on the album "Technical Ecstasy".

Killing Yourself to Live[edit]

Fifth track on the album "Sabbath Bloody Sabbath".

  • Anal Cunt covered the song on the album "Masters of Misery:The Black Sabbath Earache Tribute".

Letters from Earth[edit]

Fourth track on the album "Dehumanizer".

Lord of This World[edit]

Sixth track on the album "Master of Reality".

Megalomania[edit]

Fourth track on the album "Sabotage".

  • Venom covered the song on the album "Old New Borrowed & Blue".

The Mob Rules[edit]

Fifth track on the album "Mob Rules".

Neon Knights[edit]

First track on the album "Heaven and Hell".

Never Say Die![edit]

First track on the album "Never Say Die!".

N.I.B.[edit]

Fourth track on the album "Black Sabbath".

Paranoid[edit]

Second track on the album "Paranoid".

Cover versions of "Paranoid" were performed by:

Planet Caravan[edit]

Third track on the album "Paranoid".

  • The Anomoanon covered this song on the Black Sabbath tribute album "Everything Comes & Goes".
  • Pantera covered the song on the album "Far Beyond Driven".
  • Mercury Rev as part of a 2001 John Peel radio session and as a B-side on CD1 of their 2002 single The Dark Is Rising.
  • Clive Jones of Black Widow and Agony Bag in 2007.
  • Cable on In These Black Days: Volume 4, a tribute to Black Sabbath.
  • Estonian band Rondellus covered this song in Medieval style, on their tribute album Sabbatum, for voice, lute and psaltery. In their version the lyrics are translated into Latin, and the song has been retitled "Planetarum Vagatio" (literally, "Wandering of the Planets").

Sabbath Bloody Sabbath[edit]

First track on the album "Sabbath Bloody Sabbath".

Sabbra Cadabra[edit]

Fourth track on the album "Sabbath Bloody Sabbath".

Shock Wave[edit]

Fifth track on the album "Never Say Die!".

  • Cathedral covered the song on the album "Masters of Misery - Black Sabbath: An Earache Tribute".

Sleeping Village[edit]

The intro to "Sleeping Village" has been performed by many Black Sabbath tribute bands.

Snowblind[edit]

Sixth track on the album "Black Sabbath Vol. 4"

Solitude[edit]

Seventh track on the album "Master of Reality".

St. Vitus Dance[edit]

Ninth track on the album "Black Sabbath Vol. 4".

  • Cathedral covered the song on the album "After Forever".

Supernaut[edit]

Fifth track on the album "Black Sabbath Vol. 4".

Sweet Leaf[edit]

First track on the album "Master of Reality".

Symptom of the Universe[edit]

Third track on the album "Sabotage".

The Sign of the Southern Cross[edit]

Third track on the album "Mob Rules".

  • Fates Warning covered the song on the album "Holy Dio: A Tribute to the Voice of Metal (disc 1)".

The Wizard[edit]

Second song on the album "Black Sabbath".

  • The song was covered by Rob Halford's band Bullring Brummies for the Black Sabbath tribute album "Nativity in Black".[27]
  • The song was covered by Zakk Wylde's band Pride & Glory on the second disc of the reissue of "Pride & Glory". Wylde had also been a member of Ozzy Osbourne's solo band at the time.
  • Scorn covered the song on the album "Masters of Misery: The Black Sabbath Earache Tribute".
  • Zakk Wylde also covered the song on the album "Rare Trax".
  • Botch covered the song on the album "Cave in/Botch".
  • Finley Quaye covered the song on the album "Spiritualized".

Time Machine[edit]

Sixth track on the album "Dehumanizer".

  • Pegasus covered the song on the album "Death... Is Just the Beginning, Volume 6 (disc 1)".

Tomorrow's Dream[edit]

Second track on the album "Black Sabbath Vol. 4".

TV Crimes[edit]

Third track on the album "Dehumanizer".

  • Plan 4 covered the song on the album "Sabbath Crosses: Tributo a Black Sabbath".

Under the Sun/Every Day Comes and Goes[edit]

Last track on the album "Black Sabbath Vol. 4

War Pigs[edit]

First track on the album "Paranoid".

Wheels of Confusion/The Straightener[edit]

First track on the album "Black Sabbath Vol. 4".

  • Estonian band Rondellus on their tribute album Sabbatum, sung by two female voices accompanied by a frame drum. Their version has lyrics translated into Latin, and the song has been retitled "Rotae Confusionis".[38]
  • Doom metal band Cathedral on the tribute album Masters of Misery - The Earache Tribute.

Who are You[edit]

Sixth track on the album "Sabbath Bloody Sabbath".

  • OLD covered the song on the album "Tribute to Black Sabbath: Eternal Masters".
  • Goatsnake covered the song on the album "1 + Dog Days".

Wicked World[edit]

Last track on the album "Black Sabbath".

Zero the Hero[edit]

Fifth track on the album "Born Again".

  • Cannibal Corpse covered the song on the album "Tribute to Black Sabbath: Eternal Masters", which also appeared on their 1993 "Hammer Smashed Face" EP.

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