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Black Sabbath: The Last Supper (1999)

Video  -  Documentary | Music  -  15 June 1999 (USA)
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Credited cast:
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Geezer Butler ...
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Tony Iommi ...
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Bill Ward ...
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Children of the Grave
Written by Geezer Butler, Tony Iommi, Ozzy Osbourne and Bill Ward
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Very insightful, very melodic
27 June 2002 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Black Sabbath were pioneers on the hard rock/metal scene if only for their hard edged riffs and solos drenched in the darkness of thought. Iommi, Ward, Butler and Ozzy himself return to the concert stage and this footage takes place over the stretch of concerts they had on the Ozzfest tour. Intercut are interviews and just footage of the four talking like the camera isn't even there which also brings interest. Could've gone wrong if the music wasn't fresh anymore and tiffs still went on in the band, but this now isn't the case, even Bill Ward has it in himself to play, all this through long hard drugships (inparticular Ozzy who gives an ironical joke in a way- I should be dead!). For Sabbath and Ozzy fans the treat of the season, and for other general rock fans a glimpse into a brilliant old British group whose roots date back to the late 60's. A

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