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LIVE. GATHERED IN THEIR MASSES

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2 stars Had been looking at picking up this for some time,and finally did.Maybe I shouldn't have as I thought after watching it ,pretty ho-hum. First of all, of course there is no Bill Ward.But hats off to replacement,did a good job,but he ain't Bill. Great to see Tony out playing killer guitar.Geezer is solid,and Ozzy is in a solid voice after all he's been through. But there is way too much Ozzy / crowd participation,like I sing 'hey',you sing 'hey'.Way too much.Also the 'I can't f*ckin hear you ' bit goes on and on. I know Ozzy has always done that,but sitting at home watching, it's totally endless. Watching the old classics are a treat.4 new songs,maybe 2 too many when I could have 2 more classics. Good drummer,but don't need a drum solo. I have seen Sabbath 3 times,all with Ozzy.Sabbath Bloody Sabbath tour and Sabotage.Last time was the reunion with all 4 off them which was really good. Sorry about this hack job of a review,but literally just took DVD out of the machine.
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