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IrritatedTrout 12-05-2010 09:59 AM

Ozzy Osbourne -- Baltimore, MD -- November 29th, 2010
 
Ozzy was great. His voice was in good shape, he was lively, and his band sounded good. The pyro was sweet too. I was really impressed by Gus, much better than Zak. The drum solo was surprisingly really good as well. I was kinda bummed that we got one of the shortest sets of the entire tour but the attendance was horrible so maybe that was why. Highlights were Iron Man, I Don't Want to Change the World, and Shot in the Dark.

1. Bark at the Moon
2. Let Me Hear You Scream
3. Mr. Crowley
4. I Don't Know
5. Fairies Wear Boots
6. Suicide Solution
7. Road to Nowhere
8. War Pigs
9. Fire in the Sky
10. Shot in the Dark
11. Rat Salad jam (guitar/drum solo)
12. Iron Man
13. I Don't Want to Change the World
14. Crazy Train
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15. Mama, I'm Coming Home
16. Paranoid


Halford was kinda dissapointing to be honest. This was due mostly to the setlist. His voice sounded good but I just don't give a shit about a good chunk of the set. Why the hell would you not do Silent Screms but do stuff like Cyberworld and all that garbage from Made of Metal? Oh well, it was really good to hear Resurrection and Jawbreaker. I'll probably get crap for this but his band was kinda lame too. Way too much forced "metal" posturing and the like. Roy Z was cool so it was mainly the other guitarist that was guilty of this.

1. Ressurection
2. Made in Hell
3. Locked And Loaded
4. Made of Metal
5. Nailed to the Gun
6. Fire and Ice
7. Thunder and Lightening
8. The Green Manalishi
9. Diamonds and Rust
10. Jawbreaker
11. Like There's No Tomorrow
12. Cyberworld

JRA 12-05-2010 11:26 AM

well I suppose it shortening of the set was bound to happen sooner or later.

Maiden33 12-05-2010 12:26 PM

[QUOTE=IrritatedTrout;320564]Halford was kinda dissapointing to be honest. This was due mostly to the setlist. His voice sounded good but I just don't give a shit about a good chunk of the set. Why the hell would you not do Silent Screms but do stuff like Cyberworld and all that garbage from Made of Metal? Oh well, it was really good to hear Resurrection and Jawbreaker. I'll probably get crap for this but his band was kinda lame too. Way too much forced "metal" posturing and the like. Roy Z was cool so it was mainly the other guitarist that was guilty of this.[/QUOTE]

I just saw Halford in a club last night and thought it was one of the most fun shows I've ever been to. Had an absolute blast, and loved the whole band. Roy Z is an incredibly guitarist and one hell of a performer, they really put on one hell of a show. The setlist definitely could've been a lot better (needed Silent Screams, Wrath of God, etc) - but the only song in the whole thing I really thought was unnecessary was the title track from Made of Metal. The other songs were all very enjoyable I thought, even though the album is still mediocre.


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