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Black Sabbath: Never Say Die (1984)

 -  Music  -  4 March 2003 (UK)
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Great Concert footage of one of the best and original heavy metal bands to grace the stage.

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One of Ozzy's last gigs with Sabbath...
13 June 2005 | by (Guatemala City, Guatemala) – See all my reviews

This is quite a cool piece of DVD. It was filmed at the Hammersmith Odeon during the "Never Say Die!" tour, the last tour of the original Sabbath until the reunion in 1997 (they played two gigs before tough, those being Live Aid 1985 and Costa Mesa 1992, but it was a one-time thing only, not an official tour). This was the set list: Supertzar, Symptom Of The Universe, War Pigs, Snowblind, Never Say Die, Dirty Women, Drum Solo, Rock 'n' Roll Doctor, Guitar Solo, Electric Funeral, Children Of The Grave and Paranoid.

The Setlist was awesome (compared to what we get these days) and although Ozzy's voice wasn't at its best, we get to see him jumping around and doing antics that he just can't do anymore, which is really cool. We also get to see a guitar solo by Tony Iommi, and a drum solo by Bill Ward, both of which were cut (bleh!). The quality of the DVD isn't great though, but it's OK. Even tough the band was "falling apart" they sound really tight. 8/10


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