Thread: Black Sabbath reunited

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    • 4 years 9 months ago
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    I come bearing good news, according to the man on the radio, Back Sabbath are reuniting for a new album and tour. First album with Ozzy since the late 70's.
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        Not sure if I want to see 70 year old Black Sabbath.
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          Quote by CleverHans
          Not sure if I want to see 70 year old Black Sabbath.

          Yeah but I'm sure they'll still be good. It is sabbath we're talking about.
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            Quote by CleverHans
            Not sure if I want to see 70 year old Black Sabbath.


            I kinda feel the same. Ozzy's stage prescence has diminished noticeably and sometimes his voice lags. Its not the same of course. On the other hand, the band itself still delivers and hey, is Black Sabbath my friend.
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              Quote by Dyzfunk7ional
              Quote by CleverHans
              Not sure if I want to see 70 year old Black Sabbath.


              I kinda feel the same. Ozzy's stage prescence has diminished noticeably and sometimes his voice lags. Its not the same of course. On the other hand, the band itself still delivers and hey, is Black Sabbath my friend.


              Ozzy is 65 going on 90. He creeps around the stage like an old man. Its sort of depressing to watch. The last thing I heard from Sabbath was what they did with Dio before he died. It did sound good, at least. Maybe the album will be worth a listen. Don't think I'd want to catch the live show.
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                This is like getting excited for Episode I. Its gonna suck.
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                  Quote by CleverHans
                  Quote by Dyzfunk7ional
                  Quote by CleverHans
                  Not sure if I want to see 70 year old Black Sabbath.


                  I kinda feel the same. Ozzy's stage prescence has diminished noticeably and sometimes his voice lags. Its not the same of course. On the other hand, the band itself still delivers and hey, is Black Sabbath my friend.


                  Ozzy is 65 going on 90. He creeps around the stage like an old man. Its sort of depressing to watch. The last thing I heard from Sabbath was what they did with Dio before he died. It did sound good, at least. Maybe the album will be worth a listen. Don't think I'd want to catch the live show.


                  Yeah I agree he reminds me of Mum-Ra. Who knows, perhaps the sound engineers manage to pull him through. Anyhow I will try to catch them live. Tony Iommi still worth watching.
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                    I saw the reunited Black Sabbath back in 2001. It wasn't a good thing.
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                      Ozzy led Black Sabbath pretty much ran out of steam after Sabotage but those first few albums will always be great.
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                        Quote by One_Louder
                        Ozzy led Black Sabbath pretty much ran out of steam after Sabotage but those first few albums will always be great.


                        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=akt3awj_Ah8

                        And that night... Heavy Metal was born.
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                          Quote by Dyzfunk7ional
                          Quote by One_Louder
                          Ozzy led Black Sabbath pretty much ran out of steam after Sabotage but those first few albums will always be great.


                          http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=akt3awj_Ah8

                          And that night... Heavy Metal was born.


                          Indeed, but I've always given this some credit as well:

                          http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WTUMgNIcUhY
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                            Quote by CleverHans
                            Quote by Dyzfunk7ional
                            Quote by One_Louder
                            Ozzy led Black Sabbath pretty much ran out of steam after Sabotage but those first few albums will always be great.


                            http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=akt3awj_Ah8

                            And that night... Heavy Metal was born.


                            Indeed, but I've always given this some credit as well:

                            http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WTUMgNIcUhY


                            Let us not forget this:

                            http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lxJ1XknS58g
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                              And also these guys:

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