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es156
08-18-2010, 10:09 PM
Tour: OzzFest 2010
Headliner: Ozzy Osbourne
Support: Motley Crue, Halford, DevilDriver, Nonpoint
Venue: First Midwest Bank Amphitheater, Tinley Park, IL
Date: August 17th, 2010
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Halford Set List:

01. Resurrection
02. Made In Hell
03. Locked & Loaded
04. Nailed To The Gun
05. Golgotha
06. Crystal
07. Drop Out
08. Made Of Metal
09. Cyberworld
10. Heart Of A Lion
11. Never Satisfied
12. Saviour


Set Time: 6.40-7.32

Halford Lineup:
Vocals: Rob Halford
Guitars: Metal Mike Chlasciak
Guitars: Roy Z
Bass: Mike Davis
Drums: Bobby Jarzombek


Halford was one of the main reasons that I went to OzzFest this year and I was not disappointed. The set list was better live than it looks on paper. Golgotha and Crystal were excellent. Unfortunately, Rob’s microphone went out during part of Crystal. I have no idea what song they played after Crystal. I did not recognize it at all. I asked the guy next to me and he did not know what it was either. The new song, Made Of Metal, sounded good. Heart Of A Lion was cool and Never Satisfied was excellent. I was surprised that they were playing those two songs but they were great live. I hope they do a club tour because I would definitely like to see a longer set from these guys.




Motley Crue Set List:

01. Kick Start My Heart
02. Wildside
03. Shout At The Devil
04. Saints Of Los Angeles
05. Looks That Kill
06. Live Wire
07. Don't Go Away Mad
08. Same Ol Situation
09. Home Sweet Home
10. Motherfucker Of The Year
11. 10 Seconds To Love
12. Primal Scream
13. Dr. Feelgood
14. Girls, Girls, Girls


Set Time: 7.45-9.02

Motley Crue Lineup:
Vocals: Vince Neil
Guitar: Mick Mars
Bass: Nikki Sixx
Drums: Tommy Lee


Motley Crue put on a solid show. No real surprises in the set list, although it was cool to see 10 Seconds To Love. They had a lot of pyro and fireworks just like they would for a headlining show. It was a fun set and the crowd was really into it.



Ozzy Osbourne Set List:

01.Bark At The Moon
02. Let Me Hear You Scream
03. Mr. Crowley
04. I Don't Know
05. Fairies Wear Boots
06. Suicide Solution
07. Road To Nowhere
08. Shot In The Dark
09. Instrumental Jam (w/Drum Solo)
10. Iron Man
11. Fire In The Sky
12. I Don't Want to Change the World
13. Paranoid

14. Crazy Train


Set Time: 9.15-10.55

Ozzy Osbourne Lineup:
Vocals: Ozzy Osbourne
Guitar: Gus G
Bass: Blasko
Drums: Tommy Clufetos
Keyboards: Adam Wakeman


I had not seen Ozzy solo since 1992 so I was glad to get another chance to see him. He has upgraded his crowd control equipment since then. It used to be just the occasional bucket of water thrown into the crowd. Now he has a pressurized water canon that is loaded with some kind of foam. For once I was glad to be in the 2nd row instead of on the rail. The guy in front of me took the brunt of the assault but I was still soaked for most of the set. I think he hit the crowd during 75% of the songs. It was funny at first, but I found it to be a little bit annoying as the barrage continued song after song. It was very difficult to watch Gus G shred the solos because of the distraction, cleanup, etc. Ozzy was also constantly drilling the security people as well. Since they had their backs to the stage they never saw it coming. It was fairly amusing, since they were even more soaked than we were.

Overall, it was a good set list and a good show. It was cool to see Fairies Wear Boots, Shot In The Dark and Fire In The Sky. However, I was disappointed that they dropped Killer Of Giants. Gus G was great and the solos sounded good, even if I didn’t get to actually see him play most of them. It was kind of funny seeing Rob Zombie’s old rhythm section playing for Ozzy, but they sounded good as well. Hopefully, it won’t be another 18 years before I get to see Ozzy again.




EDIT: Corrected the Halford set list. Song number 7 was Drop Out from the Metal God Essentials compilation, which I do not have.

Kapper
08-18-2010, 11:52 PM
pretty awesome to see Fire in the Sky in Ozzy's set! Definately one of my fav tunes by him

neck666face
08-19-2010, 03:26 AM
zack wild free ozzy sounds just as good as
randy rhoads ozzy

Skinny Juice
08-19-2010, 07:58 AM
zack wild free ozzy sounds just as good as
randy rhoads ozzy

You DO know that ZAKK WYLDE is not with Ozzy anymore, right? If not, check out the review above where this guy actually provided the line-up for all the bands.

Thanks for the in-depth review, set times and all. Makes me feel like a slacker with the reviews I've shared on here.

Indestructible
08-19-2010, 08:33 AM
Glad to see fire in the sky.

Here are the sets from DevilDriver and BLS if any one is interested
Source-Setlistsfm
http://www.setlist.fm/setlist/devildriver/2010/first-midwest-bank-amphitheatre-tinley-park-il-2bd5986e.html

http://www.setlist.fm/setlist/black-label-society/2010/first-midwest-bank-amphitheatre-tinley-park-il-3bd5986c.html
DevilDriver
1.End Of The Line
2.Pray For Villains
3.I Could Care Less
4.Clouds Over California
5.Fate Stepped
6.Not All Who Wander Are Lost
7.Hold Back the Day
8.Before The Hangman's
9.Meet The Wretched

Black Label Society
1.The Beginning... At Last
2.Crazy Horse
3.Overlord
4.Parade of the Dead
5.Guitar Solo
6.Fire It Up
7.Godspeed Hell Bound
8.Stillborn

makethemsuffer12
08-19-2010, 09:31 AM
That BLS set is pretty disappointing. I get that Zakk's trying to showcase the new album, but that's a little much for such a short set, if you ask me. I personally would've cut out one of the new songs for either Bleed for Me, Graveyard Disciples, or Suicide Messiah.

stevepwn
08-19-2010, 10:25 AM
Glad to see fire in the sky.

Here are the sets from DevilDriver and BLS if any one is interested
Source-Setlistsfm
http://www.setlist.fm/setlist/devildriver/2010/first-midwest-bank-amphitheatre-tinley-park-il-2bd5986e.html

http://www.setlist.fm/setlist/black-label-society/2010/first-midwest-bank-amphitheatre-tinley-park-il-3bd5986c.html
DevilDriver
1.End Of The Line
2.Pray For Villains
3.I Could Care Less
4.Clouds Over California
5.Fate Stepped
6.Not All Who Wander Are Lost
7.Hold Back the Day
8.Before The Hangman's
9.Meet The Wretched

Black Label Society
1.The Beginning... At Last
2.Crazy Horse
3.Overlord
4.Parade of the Dead
5.Guitar Solo
6.Fire It Up
7.Godspeed Hell Bound
8.Stillborn

not al lwho wonder and fate stepped they always play that at live shows i love dd but i just dont like those 2 songs..ugh

bt11763
08-19-2010, 10:37 AM
That BLS set is pretty disappointing. I get that Zakk's trying to showcase the new album, but that's a little much for such a short set, if you ask me. I personally would've cut out one of the new songs for either Bleed for Me, Graveyard Disciples, or Suicide Messiah.

i 100% agree with that. oh well.

thegame747
08-19-2010, 01:30 PM
That BLS set is pretty disappointing. I get that Zakk's trying to showcase the new album, but that's a little much for such a short set, if you ask me. I personally would've cut out one of the new songs for either Bleed for Me, Graveyard Disciples, or Suicide Messiah.

I agree too. Suicide Messiah would be a pretty sick addition. I'm going to the show with Clutch and COB in October so I'm too upset about getting a short set at Ozzfest. I saw 20 minutes of BLS at Starland last year. I had to leave early because they didn't even go on until 11:30 on a Tuesday night... My curfew was sometime around 1, so I barely got to see any of their performance :bouville:

stevepwn
08-19-2010, 01:32 PM
That BLS set is pretty disappointing. I get that Zakk's trying to showcase the new album, but that's a little much for such a short set, if you ask me. I personally would've cut out one of the new songs for either Bleed for Me, Graveyard Disciples, or Suicide Messiah.
actually i like it but i wouild like to see them play suicide messiah

Elvenking
08-19-2010, 05:41 PM
I did the smart thing this year, I left after the 8th song in the set, got home in 20 minutes a new record!

jhdeity
08-19-2010, 05:53 PM
I agree too. Suicide Messiah would be a pretty sick addition. I'm going to the show with Clutch and COB in October so I'm too upset about getting a short set at Ozzfest. I saw 20 minutes of BLS at Starland last year. I had to leave early because they didn't even go on until 11:30 on a Tuesday night... My curfew was sometime around 1, so I barely got to see any of their performance :bouville:

Am I the only person who thinks Funeral Bell is one of BLS's best songs that they never play?

JudasPriest89
08-20-2010, 01:26 PM
HELL YEAH, THIS WAS ONE OF THE BEST SHOWS EVER OZZY, THE CRUE & HALFORD ARE THE BEST!!!