The song "Cardinal Sin" was originally intended to be titled "Sin Cardinal Sin" (or "Sin, Cardinal Sin") but a printing error on the album sleeve caused the first word to be removed. Sabbath simply adopted the title "Cardinal Sin" as the name of the song.
A promo video was shot for The Hand That Rocks The Cradle. It was shot in grainy b/w, very much en vogue for music videos at the time.
"What's the Use?" was released only on the Japanese edition of Cross Purposes, which also contained a free sticker of the artwork.
Working at cross-purposes: a new book by Mike Marks, Tim Horan, and Mike Emerson of Indian River Consulting Group discusses how distributors and manufacturers can manage conflict successfully.(Business RELATIONSHIPS)
Sep 01, 2006; The following is from the Introduction to the book, "Working at Cross-Purposes: How Distributors and Manufacturers Can Manage...