But it's so tough to consider those Tony Martin albums "Sabbath albums". Dehumanizer was okay, but that last H&H album didn't do much for me. But this isn't the Tony Martin Sabbath, nor is it the Dio Sabbath. This is a pretty big unknown, as these three guys have not made an album together in 35 years. The new tracks on Reunion did not leave much hope that they could do anything decent, but from what little blips of music that can be heard on the recent in-the-studio video the Sabs put on YouTube, it sounds like they may be able to pull it off somewhat convincingly. There's a chance they could release something great, and I just don't think DP has it in them anymore. The advance DP track sounds just like I expected....just like all the bland, mid-tempo stuff on Bananas and Rapture Of The Deep. Abandon. Seriously. I didn't think it was a bad album at all, and I'm surprised at the disdain some have for it. I think if you take the best parts of that and Purpendicular, you've got yourself one pretty great DP album.