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1  Forum / General Discussions / Re: Blizzard of Ozz/ Diary of a Madman special collector's box coming May 31st!! on: May 30, 2011, 04:31:41 pm
Wish the price weren't so steep. It's a bit expensive. Ya ya I am the diehard fan and love the thought of all the rarities inside. But damn. I am also supporting my kids on one income. In this economy, yikes.
2  Forum / Ozzy / Blizzard of Ozz / Diary of a Madman 30th Anniversary Collector's Box Set on: May 30, 2011, 04:25:00 pm

Anybody pre-order the box set? I have to admit I can't afford it. Ugh! I did register for 3 contests to win a copy, but damn! That is such a hefty price ya know? Wow.

Ozzy was the first to see the Blizzard of Ozz / Diary of a Madman 30th Anniversary box set and OzTV was there to catch it, watch the clip now!

Pre-order the box set with FREE shipping now at http://bit.ly/hgXmhH

Ozzy opening the box set: http://www.facebook.com/video/video.php?v=1975545581752&oid=5461947317&comments

2011 marks the 30th Anniversary of Blizzard of Ozz (U.S. release) and Diary of a Madman. Both landmark albums took metal in a new direction in the early 1980's, inspiring new generations of rock bands and fans. The new editions of these Hard Rock Masterpieces showcase Ozzy's musical collaborations with late guitar hero Randy Rhoads. Both Blizzard of Ozz and Diary of a Madman have been restored and remastered from the original tapes for these definitive editions. The special 30th Anniversary Deluxe Collector's Box Set includes both albums on CD & Vinyl, "Ozzy Live" CD (previously unreleased live performances from the Blizzard of Ozz tour), "Thirty Years After The Blizzard" DVD Documentary, 100-page Coffee Table Book, Full-Size Detailed Replica of Ozzy's Iconic Cross and More...
The Deluxe Package, Housed in a Collector's Case,  includes:
Blizzard Of Ozz (30th Anniversary Expanded Edition CD)
Diary Of A Madman (Legacy Edition 2-CD Set)
Blizzard Of Ozz (180-gram LP Vinyl – original album only)
Diary Of A Madman (180-gram LP Vinyl – original album only)
"Thirty Years After The Blizzard" DVD Documentary, plus over 70 mins of additional rare live performances and interviews
100 Page Expansive Coffee Table Book
Detailed Replica of Ozzy's Iconic Cross
2 Sided Poster (re-prints of orginal promotional posters)
 Pre-Order - Ships on or before May 31, 2011
3  Forum / General Discussions / Re: My ideal Ozzfest 2011 on: January 07, 2011, 02:04:41 am
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*** Obviously the real question of the hour is whether Sharon can be bothered to manage her husbands music career anymore. She put NOTHING into the festival last year and it showed. If I were Ozzy I'd be looking into getting a new manager.

Fuck Sharon.

ps> She is so fucking idiotic. I hope Ozzy makes her fucking eat shit for saying what she said in Extreme and in the press about "affair" recently. I'm sure Ozzy was asserting independence from her and she had to snap the fucking rubber band of his insecurities. I have NO IDEA why Ozzy would be jealous of that woman who is UGLY INSIDE to the core AT ALL. Jesus...the woman is about as attractive as a fucking dyke. She has him so fricking brainwashed thinking he'd die without her - I cannot even BELIEVE it. Stockholm Syndrome BIG TIME.

Ozzy's getting old enough now that with the advent of AIDS drugs he could fuck his brains out on the thousands of women who'd jump at the chance and live his life out just fine. So he'd not have to worry if the old fucking leather hag doesn't want to play "hide the fucking sausage" or whatever he calls it. I'm not talking whores, but lovely, clean, beautiful, healthy, GOOD women.

Fuck that old hagbag.

~Thank you. Good night. Elvis has left the building.
4  Forum / General Discussions / Re: My ideal Ozzfest 2011 on: January 07, 2011, 01:27:11 am
Concerts like these work, it was packed. According to Wikipedia,

"The official attendance was 40,000 for both days (32,000 in 2006)."

That's alot of people.

IMHO, fuck the death metal shit. I know a HUGE number of people who were completely turned off by the lineup last year. Many thought it was the worst lineup they'd ever heard of for a big concert. As in FLUSH!!! I couldn't even give away the $10 tickets.

THAT my friends, though it might upset you in your personal preferences, IS THE GOD HONEST TRUTH. If Ozzy has the bands you are discussing here, you'll likely be with a couple hundred others and Blasko looking abashed in a huge venue. NOBODY will come.

Blasko needs to stop managing who comes to the festival. His choices (mainly obvious since most of the bands were either Mercenary Management bands OR had played concerts with them) SUCKED.

In CA, walking around, a BUNCH of people were saying how the bands sucked. They were horrible! They responded to Drowning Pool, Black Label Society, Nonpoint, so-so to Halford, Motley Crue, and Ozzy.

The only thing that redeemed the festival for everyone I talked to WAS OZZY. He just put on one hell of a show. Everyone was buzzing over it, even my son who used to roll his eyes at me when I played his music. He was very impressed.

5  Forum / General Discussions / Re: My ideal Ozzfest 2011 on: January 06, 2011, 02:20:31 am
    * Eminem - Recovery was the top selling album of 2010. I dig his music.
    * Sade - Soldier of Love. Haven't heard it, but I like Sade. She came in #14.
    * Black Eyed Peas - The E.N.D. I like some of their stuff. They came in at #10.
    * Slash - his new album is awesome

I know most of you might think other genre's are gay, but I had beyond a GREAT time at Vegoose when they crossed genre barriers and brought all kinds of music together.

Way more fun then if they'd stuck to a single style. It was such a freaking blast. I mingled with people I'd never mingled with before, as I'm sure was the same for them. The commonality wasn't in the genre, it was in the pure love of music. It was awesome.

I heard bands I'd known only by name or not at all. They had 2 stages going with different genre's on them. So if you weren't into one band you could walk 500 yards and watch someone else. It was a 2 day festival from morning till late night - woot!

Here was the lineup for 2007 Vegoose:

    * Rage Against the Machine
    * Daft Punk
    * Iggy & the Stooges performing the album Fun House
    * Muse
    * The Shins
    * Cypress Hill
    * Queens of the Stone Age
    * moe.
    * Public Enemy
    * Michael Franti & Spearhead
    * STS9
    * Umphrey's McGee
    * Thievery Corporation
    * M.I.A.
    * Mastodon
    * Robert Randolph and the Family Band
    * Ghostface Killah & The Rhythm Roots Allstars
    * Blonde Redhead
    * Gogol Bordello
    * U.N.K.L.E.
    * Ghostland Observatory
    * Pharoah Monch
    * Battles
    * Lupe Fiasco
    * Animal Liberation Orchestra
    * Atmosphere
    * Infected Mushroom
    * Federico Aubele

It definitely works if you can keep an open mind about music and aren't closed to Ozzfest as "a metal festival only."

It is not likely but to see (in no particular order):

    * U2
    * AC/DC
    * Lady Gaga
    * Dave Matthews Band
    * Paul McCartney
    * Black Eyed Peas
    * Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers
    * Nickelback
    * Elton John
    * Muse
    * Michael Franti and Spearhead
    * System of a Down
    * Marilyn Manson
    * Alice Cooper
    * Daft Punk
    * Eminem
    * Slash
    * Sade
    * A good punk band
    * Impellitteri
    * Black Sabbath/Ozzy
    * Metallica
    * Megadeth
    * Mudvayne
    * Five Finger Death Punch
    * Disturbed
    * Alice in Chains
    * Mastadon
    * DeathRiders
    * Three Days Grace
    * 3 Doors Down
    * Black Label Society
    * Close to Home
    * Jet Black Stare
    * Rains
    * Skillet
    * Sick Puppies
    * Linkin Park
    * Creed
    * Breaking Benjamin

If these top selling bands are out of the ballpark, maybe a search across different sources for the best new bands of 2010 could net some variety for the festival.


"Concert attendance may have hit a low and tour cancelations may have been common this summer, but in 2010, many touring bands and soloists still made it work. Rock, pop, country, oldies, international -- artists of all genres hit the road and came back with full pockets to prove it. Watch videos from the year's top 25 tours, and relive your moment in the front row. (Artists are ranked by total gross earnings, according to Billboard Boxscore, from Nov. 22, 2009 through Nov. 20, 2010.)" [http://community.livejournal.com/ohnotheydidnt/54197958.html]

Total Gross: $146,507,388 Number of Shows: 69
Total Attendance: 1,591,154 Number of Sell-Outs: 69 Damn right.

2. U2
Total Gross: $131,502,369 Number of Shows: 22
Total Attendance: 1,312,784 Number of Sell-Outs: 22

3. AC/DC
Total Gross: $122,633,027 Number of Shows: 28
Total Attendance: 1,155,998 Number of Sell-Outs: 19

Total Gross: $116,227,987 Number of Shows: 122
Total Attendance: 1,362,993 Number of Sell-Outs: 101

Total Gross: $81,579,114 Number of Shows: 82
Total Attendance: 1,263,625 Number of Sell-Outs: 82

Total Gross: $62,326,410 Number of Shows: 54
Total Attendance: 693,271 Number of Sell-Outs: 23

Total Gross: $62,166,344 Number of Shows: 40
Total Attendance: 587,165 Number of Sell-Outs: 12

Total Gross: $61,947,556 Number of Shows: 33
Total Attendance: 700,219 Number of Sell-Outs: 13

Total Gross: $61,247,906 Number of Shows: 57
Total Attendance: 1,052,312 Number of Sell-Outs: 25

Total Gross: $55,760,403 Number of Shows: 21
Total Attendance: 394,186 Number of Sell-Outs: 20

Total Gross: $52,887,642 Number of Shows: 60
Total Attendance: 650,223 Number of Sell-Outs: 4

Total Gross: $47,395,108 Number of Shows: 134
Total Attendance: 1,061,120 Number of Sell-Outs: 51

Total Gross: $44,782,598 Number of Shows: 71
Total Attendance: 880,688 Number of Sell-Outs: 29

Total Gross: $44,696,605 Number of Shows: 46
Total Attendance: 657,610 Number of Sell-Outs: 16

Total Gross: $40,312,810 Number of Shows: 47
Total Attendance: 643,168 Number of Sell-Outs: 45

Total Gross: $39,992,285 Number of Shows: 86
Total Attendance: 444,996 Number of Sell-Outs: 10

Total Gross: $38,638,839 Number of Shows: 62
Total Attendance: 842,679 Number of Sell-Outs: 32

Total Gross: $36,666,304 Number of Shows:27
Total Attendance: 439,698 Number of Sell-Outs: 13

Total Gross: $35,600,276 Number of Shows: 62
Total Attendance: 739,533 Number of Sell-Outs:57

Total Gross: $35,035,196 Number of Shows: 41
Total Attendance: 497,072 Number of Sell-Outs: 16

Total Gross: $33,240,962 Number of Shows: 43
Total Attendance: 658,243 Number of Sell-Outs: 21

Total Gross: $33,126,226 Number of Shows: 23
Total Attendance: 337,408 Number of Sell-Outs: 13

Total Gross: $31,465,481 Number of Shows: 54
Total Attendance: 630,126 Number of Sell-Outs: 14

Total Gross: $29,743,522 Number of Shows: 81
Total Attendance: 608,319 Number of Sell-Outs: 39

Total Gross: $28,626,366 Number of Shows: 110
Total Attendance: 525,894 Number of Sell-Outs: 45

6  Forum / General Discussions / Re: My ideal Ozzfest 2011 on: January 06, 2011, 02:05:06 am

Note what Ozzy says about festivals being "ghettoized." That's what I say about the lineups discussed here. I really hope he brings in way more variety then last year. With respect to those who love the black metal or melodic/scream vocalist (aka 5 Finger) genres, the bands mentioned on p.1 of this thread and much of p.2 do not in the least interest me. YUK.


Here is an interesting article on what the mainstream public is buying in the rock genre.

Billboard magazine has published a list of the top-selling hard rock and metal albums, ranked by sales data as compiled by Nielsen SoundScan. (Note: Not all the albums on the list were actually released during 2010.) It is as follows:

01. Dark Horse - NICKELBACK [not the greatest compared to past stuff]
02. A Thousand Suns - LINKIN PARK [haven't heard it but would love to see the band.]
03. Iron Man 2 (Soundtrack) - AC/DC
04. The Oracle - GODSMACK [sucks]
05. Nightmare - AVENGED SEVENFOLD [ok if you are into the teen angst thing]
06. Asylum - DISTURBED[very conservative but does show some new stuff.]
07. Dear Agony - BREAKING BENJAMIN [haven't heard it]
08. The Sound Of Madness - SHINEDOWN [haven't heard it but seen them live and yawn.]
09. Them Crooked Vultures - THEM CROOKED VULTURES  [haven't heard it]
10. Valleys Of Neptune - JIMI HENDRIX
12. War Is The Answer - FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH [haven't heard it]
13. Life Starts Now - THREE DAYS GRACE [haven't heard it]
14. Greatest Hits - FOO FIGHTERS [haven't heard it]
15. Scream - OZZY OSBOURNE [love it]
16. Memento Mori - FLYLEAF [haven't heard it]
17. Fever - BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE [haven't heard it]
18. Black Gives Way To Blue - ALICE IN CHAINS [some good songs. it would be awesome to see them.]
19. Backspacer - PEARL JAM
20. Cage The Elephant - CAGE THE ELEPHANT

21. Full Circle - CREED [meh. get over the apologies Scott. but would like to see them.]
22. Greatest Hits - MÖTLEY CRÜE [ugh, no more please]
23. Slash - SLASH [awesome]
24. Diamond Eyes - DEFTONES [haven't heard it]
25. Hellbilly Deluxe 2 - ROB ZOMBIE [haven't heard it but all Zombie sounds the same to me. his show is only new once]
26. Korn III: Remember Who You Are - KORN [meh]
27. Scars & Souvenirs - THEORY OF A DEADMAN [haven't heard it]
28. The Final Frontier - IRON MAIDEN [not that great, though I loved A Matter of Life and Death]
29. Stone Temple Pilots - STONE TEMPLE PILOTS  [haven't heard it]
30. Mudvayne - MUDVAYNE [haven't heard it]
31. Tri-Polar - SICK PUPPIES [haven't heard it but do like some of their stuff
32. Audio Secrecy - STONE SOUR [haven't heard it]
33. Greatest Hits - THE WHO
34. Greatest Hits - BON JOVI

35. Powerless Rise - AS I LAY DYING [haven't heard it]
36. All Hope Is Gone - SLIPKNOT [meh]
37. Year Of The Black Rainbow - COHEED AND CAMBRIA [haven't heard it]

38. Stampede - HELLYEAH [haven't heard it]
39. Chickenfoot - CHICKENFOOT  [haven't heard it. they are good but the name wtf!]
40. Swan Songs - HOLLYWOOD UNDEAD [haven't heard it]
41. Order Of The Black - BLACK LABEL SOCIETY [awesome]
42. Volume 4: Songs In The Key Of Love And Hate - PUDDLE OF MUDD [haven't heard it]
43. All Night Long - BUCKCHERRY [haven't heard it]
44. For We Are Many - ALL THAT REMAINS [haven't heard it]
45. Desperate Measures - HOLLYWOOD UNDEAD [haven't heard it]
46. Miss America - SAVING ABEL [haven't heard it]
47. Custom Built - BRET MICHAELS [haven't heard it]
48. Cold Day Memory - SEVENDUST [haven't heard it]
49. World Painted Blood - SLAYER [haven't heard it]
50. Sonic Boom - KISS [haven't heard it]

green = I'd like to see them
white = no opinion, haven't heard their stuff
brown = not valid choice or not interested
7  Forum / General Discussions / Re: OZZY To Sign Large Gibson GuitarTown Guitar Outside HOB Sunset on Monday! on: January 06, 2011, 01:05:49 am
That's awesome. I'm so proud of Ozzy.

i think it's very cool that the goofball with the dimples is being honored like he is. it's about time. he has talent up the wazoo.

8  Forum / General Discussions / Re: Geezer Butler talks about a final Black Sabbath Reunion Tour on: November 27, 2010, 07:41:07 pm
I am hoping to hear a new album with Blasko, Gus G, Tommy C, Adam, and Ozzy from scratch under a different producer. No more Churko. I think that would be stellar. Much of the Scream album was done already when the guys were asked on board. I love Scream, it rocks, big time and is a huge hit world-wide, Churko and Ozzy are obviously a great pair. However, I am tired of the over-polished sound Churko brings to Ozzy's music. On a side note: are they "promoting" the album on the 'Scream' tour? No. Just "Let Me Hear You Scream," for some reason. Weird!

A serious question raised in my head that I want answered is - do they (Blasko, Clufetos, Wakeman, Karamitroudis) have what it takes to usher in a platinum album for fans? I want to see if they've got what it takes.

The way I see it is there is so much bad-mouthing. putdowns, and politics going on between Geezer, Iommi and Ozzy, how can anything worthwhile for Ozzy fans come out of it?

I want to see NEW Ozzy stuff. No offense to my all time favorite band of all time. Would another tour highlighting 1970's music really allow Ozzy to be who he is today, never mind the others in the band? Before that could be viable, I'd think they need new material. Something worthy of their dark, pre-1975 style.
9  Forum / General Discussions / Re: BLIZZARD & DIARY 30TH ANNIVERSARY EDITIONS on: November 27, 2010, 07:06:28 pm
Are you sure that Randy's family are going to allow the world to hear this new stuff?
10  Forum / General Discussions / Re: Gibson Amphitheatre in LA on: November 27, 2010, 07:03:04 pm
yea. but he's topping 2.5 hours. blasko posted the setlist Tue 11/23 in CAN as this:

Set list from last night if you are interested:
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
12. Iron Man
13. Killer of Giants
14. NIB
15. I Don't Wanna Change the World
16. Crazy Train
17. Mama, I'm Coming Home
18. Into the Void
19. Flying High Again
20. Paranoid
11  Forum / Ozzy / Re: SECOND LEG OF ARENA TOUR - from Jan 16, 2011 WITH SLASH on: November 27, 2010, 04:59:41 pm
 Grin Grin Grin I've got my tickets for Comerica in Phx and Gibson in Hollywood. Two intimate dates with Ozzy and Slash, I think I can handle that!  Grin Grin Grin
12  Forum / Ozzy / SECOND LEG OF ARENA TOUR - from Jan 16, 2011 WITH SLASH on: November 27, 2010, 04:57:18 pm
Glad to see the latest news posted here. When was this released? Oh yes, in Oct. From Ozzy.com:

Slash To Open All Dates Of The Second Leg Of The Arena Tour Which Will Include Two Intimate Performances: Los Angeles, CA (Gibson Amphitheatre) and Phoenix Arizona (Comerica Theatre)

OZZY OSBOURNE--who will kick off his fall North American arena tour November 12 in Victoria, B.C--has now announced a second leg of U.S. dates which will get underway January 16, 2011 in Omaha, NE. The six-week 2011 trek, part of the multi-platinum Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee’s in-progress 18-month world tour, will include a pair of intimate shows: January 26 at the Comerica Theater in Phoenix and Feb 1 at the Gibson Amphitheatre in Los Angeles. OZZY’s longtime friend and musical collaborator Slash will open all the concerts on the second leg. Tickets for the Live Nation-produced tour go on sale beginning Friday, October 15. For the most up-to-date on sale information, please visit Ozzy.com or LiveNation.com.

OSBOURNE recently completed a run of overseas festival appearances and headlining overseas performances including his first-ever concert in Israel: a September 28 OZZFest show at Hayarkon Park in Tel Aviv.

The Tel Aviv show was described by the www.ynet.co.il as “one of the most important rock events in Israel, if not THE most important…There is no one that can contest Ozzy Osbourne's charisma and madness. Park Hayarkon was awash with energies and foam at the main performance of the Ozzfest…” Elsewhere www.mako.co.il noted: “We have waited for years and finally it happened--Ozzfest arrived to the holy land. And as much as the anticipation was high--it shrinks in comparison to the real thing that happened on stage. Ozzy Osbourne lifted Tel Aviv with a crazy show. Osbourne managed to lift people up as only he can do. With simplicity and (relative) modesty, the prince of darkness gave his heart and soul with big love to the Israeli crowd and managed to jump and touch every single one of the tens of thousands of fans present.” The www.mouse.co.il added, “The crowd was versatile and colorful, the other bands on the bill were great, but the real star of Ozzfest was, undoubtedly, Ozzy Osbourne. The metal legend last night at Hayarkon Park gave a show worth living for.”

Later this week, OZZY will perform shows in Japan (October 16 in Kobe and October 17 in Tokyo) before returning to the U.S. to headline the Voodoo Experience festival Halloween weekend in New Orleans, LA; he will rock the three-day event at City Park City Saturday, October 30. OZZY will then launch his first leg of solo dates which includes a December 1 show at Madison Square Garden in New York and wraps December 12 at the Target Center in Minneapolis. HALFORD, featuring legendary Judas Priest front man, Rob Halford, will perform on the 2010 dates.

The fall dates will coincide with the October 5 release of an expanded two-CD version of the SCREAM album. This “Tour Edition” package will feature seven bonus songs: a mix of previously unreleased tracks and live recordings. Epic Records has also issued a four-sided vinyl edition that includes five bonus tracks: the three aforementioned songs from the SCREAM sessions and the live version of “Let Me Hear You Scream,” along with the single version of “Life Won't Wait” (the second single from SCREAM).

OZZY’s 2010 dates are as follows:

Sat Oct 30    Voodoo Experience (City Park)    New Orleans, LA
Fri Nov 12    Save On Foods Memorial Centre    Victoria, BC
Sun Nov 14    Rogers Arena    Vancouver, BC
Tue Nov 16    Pengrowth Saddledome    Calgary, AB
Thu Nov 18    Rexall Place    Edmonton, MB
Sat Nov 20    MTS Centre    Winnipeg, MB
Tue Nov 23    Bell Centre    Montreal, QC
Thu Nov 25    Scotiabank Place    Ottawa, ON
Sat Nov 27    Air Canada Centre    Toronto, ON
Mon Nov 29    1st Mariner Arena    Baltimore, MD
Wed Dec 01    Madison Square Garden Arena    New York, NY
Fri Dec 03    Izod Center    E Rutherford, NJ
Sun Dec 05    Quicken Loans Arena    Cleveland, OH
Tue Dec 07    Van Andel Arena    Grand Rapids, MI
Fri Dec 10    Scottrade Center    St. Louis, MO
Sun Dec 12    Target Center    Minneapolis, MN

OZZY’s 2011 dates are as follows:

Sun Jan 16    Qwest Center    Omaha, NE
Tue Jan 18    Toyota Center    Houston, TX
Thu Jan 20    American Airlines Center    Dallas, TX
Sat Jan 22    Sprint Center    Kansas City, MO
Mon Jan 24    AT&T Center    San Antonio, TX
Wed Jan 26    Comerica Theatre    Phoenix, AZ
Fri Jan 28    Mandalay Bay Event Center    Las Vegas, NV
Tue Feb 01    Gibson Amphitheatre    Los Angeles, CA
Thu Feb 03    HP Pavilion    San Jose, CA
Sat Feb 05    Tacoma Dome    Tacoma, WA
Tue Feb 08    Pepsi Center    Denver, CO
Thu Feb 10    BOK Center    Tulsa, OK
Sat Feb 12    The Palace of Auburn Hills    Detroit, MI
Mon Feb 14    i wireless Center    Moline, IL
Wed Feb 16    Bridgestone Arena    Nashville, TN
Fri Feb 18    St Pete Times Forum    Tampa, FL
Sun Feb 20    BankAtlantic Center    Fort Lauderdale, FL
Tue Feb 22    Jacksonville Veterans Mem. Arena    Jacksonville, FL

2011 South American Tour Dates
26 Feb    Coliseo de Puerto Rico    SAN JUAN, PUERTO RICO
26 Mar    Racing Stadium    BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA
28 Mar    Movistar Arena    SANTIAGO, CHILE
30 Mar    Gigantinho    PORTO ALEGRE
2 Apr    Arena Anhembi    SÃO PAULO
5 Apr    Ginásio Nilson Nelson    BRASÍLIA, BRAZIL
7 Apr    Citibank Hall    RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL
9 Apr    Mineirinho    BELO HORIZONTE, BRAZIL

with more dates and locations to come!
13  Forum / General Discussions / Re: Life at the barrier rail on: October 22, 2010, 03:13:58 pm
when it is GA the rail is the best. i can't afford Pitt tickets usually. i wove my way up when Metallica came here to AZ to the front row, saying how much i loved them and that i'd only stick around for a couple songs. and was true to my word. most of the people 7 rows forward were guys. i thought that was awesome.
14  Forum / General Discussions / Re: What was your very very very first concert? on: October 22, 2010, 03:09:03 pm
Black Sabbath - Lebanon Valley Speedway, NY (80) http://www.black-sabbath.com/tourdates/1980/index.html

when RJD stepped onstage, a HUGE lump of disappointment hit the pit of my stomach. there was alot of booing when he took the stage. his voice just did nothing for me. he also looked hideous, it was really apparent how short he was on the stilts they made him to reach the microphone at normal height. his hair was also really frizzy, and the black leather just made him look gay. he was technically proficient but just couldn't sing any of the classics. fans got entertained, yes. but left extremely disappointed at the change in singers. it was the buzz topic of discussion as we left the show. also, the burning cross resulted in the trampling death of several concert attendees, I believe 4 in total lost their lives that day. 3 trampled, 1 in a car started on fire. i sat on my cousins' and his friends' shoulders the entire concert because i literally was lifted off the ground several times from the crowd moving.
15  Forum / Band Interviews / FIREWIND/OZZY OSBOURNE Guitarist Interviewed On 'Metalheadz' - Oct. 18, 2010 on: October 22, 2010, 02:51:29 pm
Gus is interviewed by Metalheadz...

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