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Old 08-24-2010, 10:19 PM
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Ozzfest -- Mansfield, MA -- August 24th, 2010

Ozzy
Bark at the Moon
Let Me Hear You Scream
Mr. Crowley
I Don't Know
Fairies Wear Boots
Fire in the Sky
Suicide Solution
Road to Nowhere
Into the Void
Shot in the Dark
Guitar Solo/Band Jam/Rat Salad
Iron Man
I Don't Want to Change the World
Crazy Train (w/ Yuto Miyazawa)
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Mama I'm Coming Home
Paranoid


Motley Crue
Kickstart My Heart
Wild Side
Shout at the Devil
Saints of Los Angeles
Looks That Kill
Live Wire
Don't Go Away Mad (Just Go Away)
Same Ol' Situation (S.O.S.)
Home Sweet Home
Motherfucker of the Year
Helter Skelter (Beatles cover)
Primal Scream
Dr. Feelgood
Girls, Girls, Girls

Halford
Resurrection
Made In Hell
Locked & Loaded
Nailed To The Gun
Golgotha
Crystal
Drop Out
Made Of Metal
Cyberworld
Heart Of A Lion
Never Satisfied
Saviour

Goatwhore
The All-Destroying
Provoking the Ritual of Death
Carving Out the Eyes of God
Reckoning of the Soul Made Godless
This Passing Into Power of Demons
Alchemy of the Black Sun Cult
Apocalyptic Havoc

It rained all day. Kataklysm did not play, no announcement was made or anything, Goatwhore just started the day and they played through. After Kingdom of Sorrow left the stage, they decided to shut down the second stage to avoid any technical disasters. So, Drowning Pool & BLS didn't play either, though the vocalist of Drowning Pool apparently joined Nonpoint on stage to play Bodies.

Halford fucking ruled. I wish I hadn't been so cold, because I could have enjoyed him more, but he was still great. Motley Crue put on a great show. Vince sounded worse than when I saw him with his solo band a few months ago, but he did progressively get better as the set went on. Seeing Helter Skelter was very nice. Ozzy sounded better than either of the two times I've seen him before, and this was also the best set I've seen him play. The venue has a strict 11 PM curfew, but Ozzy (literally) said "Fuck the curfew" to play his encores, and after Mama I'm Coming Home the venue even turned their lights on, but they played Paranoid anyways.

It was so cold all day, but the last three bands were totally worth it.
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