Citation: Bill Ward, Black Sabbath

– « Well, I knew we were doing something different, because everybody hated us. We were thrown out of most places. I felt very alone, along with Tony, Ozzy and Geezer, which created tremendous unison by the way. That was one of our strengths. I felt like it was us against the world, and as a teenager, one can feel that way a lot. I knew deep down inside that we were into something that was not a part of anything else I’d been hearing. I felt like an oddball. In hindsight, I guess one could look back and go, ‘Oh my God, we did that and we did this and that got created and fashion came from this, and so much came from hard rock which then turned into metal.’ But it was different. It was raw. When Led Zeppelin’s first album came out, one of the things I was particularly fascinated about was the smoothness of the album. And ours, when I compared it, was so raw and almost punkish, gritty. There’s mistakes all over it and I just love it. »

– Bill Ward, Black Sabbath, Brave Words and Bloody Knuckles, # 20, November/December 1997, p. 35

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