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HIT PARADER: Feb. 1987, Black Sabbath - To Do or Die: Metal Monsters Contemplate More Changes in Their Battle for Survival

GLENN HUGHES: A Jersey Welcome - 3/22/01 Asbury Park Press. Article with pictures and rundown of Glenn's first-ever solo gig in the US at Birch Hill Night Club, Old Bridge, NJ

LINE UP CHANGES: 7th Star line up changes. From Glenn Hughes to Ray Gillen

HIT PARADER: Jan. 1985, Black Sabbath - See No Evil: Legendary Group Once again Seek Vocal Help
•Note: I feel this article is relevant to this era of Sabbaths line-up because it seems this was the straw that broke the camels back for Sabbath. Tony, fed up with searching for singers, made an attempt to release a solo LP, which later turns out to be Seventh Star featuring Tony Iommi.
Also… notice a very sunken in Tony Iommi!