G//Z/R


Discography

Plastic Planet

Track Listing

  1. Catatonic Eclipse
  2. Drive Boy, Shooting
  3. Giving Up the Ghost
  4. Plastic Planet
  5. The Invisible
  6. Seance Fiction
  7. House of Clouds
  8. Detective 27
  9. X13
  10. Sci-Clone
  11. Cycle of Sixty
  12. Drive Boy, Shooting (Live, Japan Only)
  13. Detective 27 (Live, Japan Only)
  14. House of Clouds (Live, Japan Only)

Personnel

  • Geezer Butler – Bass & Keyboards
  • Burton C. Bell – Vocals
  • Deen Castronovo – Drums
  • Pedro Howse – Guitars
  • Produced by Geezer Butler & Paul Northfield
  • Engineered & Mixed by Paul Northfield
  • Recorded at Long View Farm Studios
  • Originally Mastered at Bernie Grundman Mastering by Brian Gardner

Originally released October 17, 1995

Black Science

Track Listing

  1. Man in A Suitcase (4:09)
  2. Box of Six (3:53)
  3. Mysterons (5:36)
  4. Justified (4:05)
  5. Department S (4:45)
  6. Area Code 51 (4:48)
  7. Has to Be (3:29)
  8. Number 5 (5:04)
  9. Among the Cybermen (4:43)
  10. Unspeakable Elvis (3:47)
  11. Xodiak (3:34)
  12. Northern Wisdom (3:46)
  13. Trinity Road (3:26)
  14. Beach Skeleton (Japanese Version Only)

Personnel

  • Geezer Butler – Bass & Keyboards
  • Clark Brown – Vocals
  • Deen Castronovo – Drums
  • Pedro Howse – Guitar
  • Produced by Geezer Butler & Paul Northfield
  • Engineered & Mixed by Paul Northfield @ Studio Morin Heights

Originally released July 1, 1997

Ohmwork

Track Listing

  1. Misfit
  2. Pardon My Depression
  3. Prisoner 103
  4. I Believe
  5. Aural Sects
  6. Pseudocide
  7. Pull The String
  8. Alone
  9. Dogs of Whore
  10. Don’t You Know

Personnel

  • Clark Brown – Vocals
  • Pedro Howse – Guitar
  • Geezer Butler – Bass Guitar
  • Chad Smith – Drums
  • Produced by Terence “Geezer” Butler
  • Mixed by Toby Wright

Originally released May 9, 2005 (UK/Europe)
Originally released May 10, 2005 (USA)

About Ohmwork


“I prefer stripping songs down to their most raw, basic sounds and blasting them out!” says Terry “Geezer” Butler. With over 35 years of experience in the game, the vast majority as the rock solid bass power underpinning the might Black Sabbath sound, then surely this is one musician who knows a thing or two when it comes to blasting things out!

And it is the spirit of Black Sabbath that Geezer cites when searching to explain the spark that finally sent the members of GZR (completed by guitarist Pedro Howse, vocalist Clark Brown, and drummer Chad Smith) hurtling into the studio with a hectic 10-day recording schedule to hit.

Geezer maintains that there is a certain intensity of musical vision that can only be achieved when you’ve stripped out every unnecessary distraction in a search for the heart of each song. Tracks such as the vicious album opener “Misfit” or the wry but booming “Pardon My Depression” are positively dripping with fear and loathing for the modern world.