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n 1968 in Birmingham the band Polka Tulk Blues Company was set up by Ozzy Osbourne, Tony Iommi, Bill Ward, and Geezer Butler. After they were set up they changed their band name to Earth, and afterward in 1969 they changed their name once again which became Black Sabbath. Since Black Sabbath has been made they have won numerous honors including getting the grammy grants in the year 2000, 2002, and three out of 2014, and winning their spot in The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as entertainer in 2006. They are referred to for their melodies, for example, Paranoid, Iron man, The Wizard, and some more. There has consistently been a contention around Black Sabbath about in the event that they are grouped in the hard rock classification, or the Heavy Metal sort. In this exposition I will investigate the historical backdrop of Black Sabbath and look into hard rock and overwhelming metal to find where sort they fit and in the event that it has changed after some time when Ozzy Osbourne was supplanted by Ronnie James Dio. Dark Sabbath was set up in 1968 by Ozzy Osbourne, Tony Iommi, Bill Ward and Geezer Butler in Birmingham, England. They were first named Polka Tulk Blues Company yet they immediately changed their name to Earth, after that they later changed their name again to how they are known as today, Black Sabbath. Their first collection Black Sabbath created by Rodger Bain was recorded on the sixteenth of October in 1969. Their second presentation collection Paranoid was discharged on the eighteenth of September 1970 which arrived at number 23 on the U.S graphs and number 8 in Britain. The collection went gold in 1971 in the US and platinum in 1986 and in 1995 the collection was ensured fourfold platinum. After Paranoid was discharged the band discharged six additional collections until they chose to kick Ozzy Osbourne out of the band, which was one the 27th of april, 1979, and supplanted him with Ronnie James Dio who left the band Rainbow to satisfy his spot in Black Sabbath. After Dio had joined Black Sabbath, they discharged the collection Heaven and Hell in 1980, and later in 1982 they discharged the collection Mob Rules in which they included another drummer, Vinny Appice. Later in 1982 there were clashes developing inside the band which lead to Ronnie James Dio and Vinny Appice leaving the band and beginning their own together known as Dio. In 1983 the band tried out for another artist and finished with previous profound purple vocalist Ian Gillan, Bill Ward came back to the band again as their drummer. Ozzy Osbourne rejoined Black Sabbath again with Geezer Bu>GET ANSWER