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(New Musical Express)   Black Sabbath makes triumphant live return in Birmingham. Forget Robert Downey Jr, Ozzy Osbourne is still Iron Man   ( nme.com) divider line
    More: Spiffy, Ozzy Osbourne, Black Sabbath, Robert Downey Jr., Iron Man, Birmingham, Download Festival, Tony Iommi, Geezer Butler  
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2012-05-20 05:34:19 PM  
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Evilsmurf: doglover: Sad Dio is dead.


He was part of Black Sabbath too.

But he wasn't part of this Sabbath. I actually honestly consider Dio era and Ozzy era 2 different bands. And isn't it funny that the 2 classic singers for Sabbath (Ozzy and Dio) produced the two worst sabbath albums IMO (Never Say Die and Dehumanizer respectively)?


Dehumanizer had some good songs on that album. So you shush.

Also this isn't Sabbath without Bill Ward.
2012-05-20 05:55:37 PM  
1 vote:

strangeguitar: downstairs: Well that was a pretty predictable playlist.

What!?
Wheels of Confusion!
Behind the Wall of Sleep!
Lord of this World!
The Wizard!

I am a Sab freak...and I know they haven't pulled those out in a long time.


Btwos, and wizard I've seen them play a few times. Wheels, and lotw not once. Sabbath bloody Sabbath is a rare treat live (once in the 6 times I've seen them) dio with black Sabbath was very good but ozzy with black Sabbath *is* black Sabbath.
2012-05-20 05:35:39 PM  
1 vote:

downstairs: Well that was a pretty predictable playlist.


What!?
Wheels of Confusion!
Behind the Wall of Sleep!
Lord of this World!
The Wizard!

I am a Sab freak...and I know they haven't pulled those out in a long time.
2012-05-20 05:09:11 PM  
1 vote:
Sad Dio is dead.


He was part of Black Sabbath too.
 
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