BLACK SABBATH Bassist's Rare 1986 Demo Recording Available For Download

December 16, 2005

BLACK SABBATH bassist Geezer Butler has uploaded a special Christmas gift to his fans on his web site — a downloadable MP3 from the GEEZER BUTLER BAND back in 1986. The song is "Computer God", and you can download the file at this location (.ZIP file, 6.5 MB). A few background points on the track:

The band on the song is Geezer Butler (bass),Pedro Howse (guitar),Carl Sentance (vocals),Jezz Woodroffe (keyboards),and Gary Ferguson (drums). This was part of an unreleased recording session back in 1986 done in at Rockfield Studios, in Momouthshire, Wales. The song shares its title with a song from the BLACK SABBATH "Dehumanizer" album. However, other than the song title, there is no relation between the two tracks. In Geezer's own words, "I borrowed the title from it for 'Dehumanizer'."

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