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We Sold Our Souls For Rock ' N'roll
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We Sold Our Souls For Rock ' N'roll

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Electric Bass
Composer Black Sabbath
Arranger Joff Jones
Artist Black Sabbath
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Bass Recorded Versions
Catalog # 00660116

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We Sold Our Souls For Rock ' N'roll Composed by Black Sabbath. Arranged by Joff Jones. Performed by Black Sabbath. For Electric Bass. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00660116, UPC: 073999601169)

Matching folio to the double live LP from this legendary heavy metal group. 1 5 songs, including: Paranoid * Iron Man * The Wizard * N.I.B. * Sabbath, Bloo dy Sabbath * Snowblind * and more.
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AM I GOING INSANE BLACK SABBATH BUTLER/IOMMI/OSBOURN  
BLACK SABBATH BLACK SABBATH BUTLER/IOMMI/OSBOURN  
CHANGES BLACK SABBATH BOWIE/IOMMI/MELSON/O  
CHILDREN OF THE GRAVE BLACK SABBATH IOMMI/OSBOURNE/BUTLE  
FAIRIES WEAR BOOTS (INTERPOLATING JACK T BLACK SABBATH BUTLER/IOMMI/OSBOURN  
IRON MAN BLACK SABBATH BUTLER/IOMMI/OSBOURN  
N.I.B. BLACK SABBATH BUTLER/IOMMI/OSBOURN  
PARANOID BLACK SABBATH BUTLER/IOMMI/OSBOURN  
SABBATH BLOODY SABBATH BLACK SABBATH BUTLER/IOMMI/OSBOURN  
SNOW BLIND BLACK SABBATH IOMMI/OSBOURNE/WARD/  
SWEET LEAF BLACK SABBATH BUTLER/IOMMI/OSBOURN  
TOMORROW'S DREAM BLACK SABBATH IOMMI/OSBOURNE/WARD/  
WAR PIGS (INTERPOLATING LUKE'S WALL) BLACK SABBATH BUTLER/IOMMI/OSBOURN  
WARNING BLACK SABBATH DMOCHOWSKI/KATUNICH/  
WIZARD,THE BLACK SABBATH BUTLER/IOMMI/OSBOURN  
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