|The 1996 DEP Sessions|
|Studio album by|
|Released||September 28, 2004 (U.S.) October 4, 2004 (UK)|
|Recorded||1996 (rerecorded in 2004)|
|Label||Sanctuary (U.S.), Mayan (UK)|
|Tony Iommi feat. Glenn Hughes chronology|
|Tony Iommi chronology|
The 1996 DEP Sessions is a collaborative studio album by British musicians Tony Iommi and Glenn Hughes, released through Sanctuary and Mayan Records in 2004.
Anthony Frank Iommi is an English guitarist, songwriter and producer. He was lead guitarist and one of the four founder members of the heavy metal band Black Sabbath. He was the band's primary composer and sole continual member for nearly five decades.
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Sanctuary Records Group Limited is a record label based in the United Kingdom and a subsidiary of BMG Rights Management. Until June 2007, it was the largest independent record label in the UK and the largest independent music management company in the world. It was also the world's largest independent owners of music intellectual property rights, with over 160,000 songs.
Material for The 1996 DEP Sessions was originally recorded in 1996, and was circulated among fans as a bootleg recording dubbed Eighth Star, where two of the tracks were missing, but instead a track called "Shaking My Wings" was included, which did not feature Tony Iommi (its real name is To Cry You A Song, still sung by Hughes but from the Jethro Tull tribute album A Collection Of Tull Tales).[ citation needed ] The album title "The 1996 DEP Sessions" reflects the fact that the tracks were recorded in the DEP International Studios in Digbeth, Birmingham. The album's drum tracks were originally performed by ex-Judas Priest drummer Dave Holland, who was convicted of attempted rape several years later. Iommi had the drum tracks re-recorded by Jimmy Copley eight years later, as he did not want the album to be associated with a sex offender.
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|2.||"From Another World"||5:55|
|3.||"Don't You Tell Me"||4:14|
|4.||"Don't Drag the River"||4:34|
|6.||"Time Is the Healer"||4:16|
|7.||"I'm Not the Same Man"||4:20|
|8.||"It Falls Through Me"||4:46|
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