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Speak of the Devil
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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Jet Records
Catalog Number: ZX 2 38350
Ozzy Osbourne vocals|
Brad Gillis guitar
Rudi Sarzo bass
Tommy Aldridge drums
|1. ||Symptom of the Universe live ||5:19|
|2. ||Snowblind live ||4:40|
|3. ||Black Sabbath live ||6:41|
|4. ||Fairies Wear Boots live ||6:16|
|5. ||War Pigs live ||8:15|
|6. ||The Wizard live ||5:30|
|7. ||N.I.B. live ||5:45|
|8. ||Sweet Leaf live ||5:44|
|9. ||Never Say Die live ||4:54|
|10. ||Sabbath-Bloody Sabbath live ||5:34|
|11. ||Iron Man/Children of the Grave live ||8:36|
|12. ||Paranoid live ||4:04|
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|Total Running Time:|| 71:18|
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: November 9, 2002 at 9:31|
|Brad Gillis was picked to fill the guitar slot for this album but in the end decided it would be best if he stayed with his "music brothers" in Night Ranger and not be the guy who replaced Randy Rhodes for Ozzy. Night Ranger got their record deal soon after this album so in a way Ozzy help put Night Ranger on the musical map. "Brad Gillis played with Ozzy" had to be a good selling point to anyone who doubted the ability of Night Ranger, and the other guitar player, Jeff Watson, is just as good a
||Date: December 19, 2002 at 10:20|
|yeah ozzy's great,i love ozzy as do everyone else,but this album is the way sabbath should of sounded.its kinda say really,randy died and you can tell ozzy's just drunk as hell and distrought over the death of his pal.by the way,like james' message above is true,does anyone remember the first guy who replaced randy?and no,its not brad.this guy only did a few gigs.i read his bio on another site explained by bob daisy who-with lee kerslake are sueing ozzy and his wife cause it seems that they have
||Date: December 19, 2002 at 10:22|
|The first guy that Ozzy had for a guitarist after Randy's death was Bernie Torme. He had a band called Torme with Phil Lewis of LA Guns on vocals.
||Date: February 22, 2004 at 6:21|
|continued from above: their tracks from the first 2 cd's have been re-recorded.what a slap in the face.i'm not big on live cd's,but this would be my fav.tommy alderage is one of my influences,and he's just a monster here.this was going to also be re-released,as well as other later ozzy releases.wonder why it hasn't yet.
|From: Adrian ARAIZA
||Date: December 9, 2004 at 15:34|
|ozzy the madman is a GOD
|From: Metal T
||Date: December 10, 2004 at 9:31|
|No...not a GOD-- Just an overrated has-been icon.A bloated alcoholic with tremors . ----
||Date: February 5, 2005 at 4:37|
|Por fin he visto el concierto de este disco, tengo algo que decir esta sobreproducido, la voz de ozzy suena muy por encima de todo, algo increible conociendo sus limitaciones, Brad Gillis es un guitarrista inferior a Jake e lee, y en definitiva no me gusto excesivamente, recomiendo The ultimate sin world tour o el bark at the moon world tour, son muy superiores.
||Date: February 10, 2005 at 9:05|
|My only hope is that comments like Metal T's cause sterility so that he cannot contaminate the rest of the world. Without Ozzy Osbourne, there would be no hard rock as we know it. Period. He is the living emdodiment of what heavy metal is and what should be. I agree that he may have lost his edge and his "mystisque" due to his wife and MTV, but he is still the King of Metal. And he will never be replaced....
|From: Metal T
||Date: February 10, 2005 at 12:26|
|Well...ROCKER76 "He is the living embodiment of what heavy metal is and what should be" ??? If thats the case then why the f**k hasn't the so called (in your words)"the King Of Metal" released anything worth listening to since "No Rest For The Wicked".Might have to do with his tremors,seizures and all round' inability to write decent metal songs.So do me a favor in the future gain some metal knowledge before you start calling me out on this site.Any "King Of Metal" gloss belongs to RJD !
|From: AOR freaky
||Date: February 10, 2005 at 12:29|
|Metal T : I agree with the others. As a person, he may be a bit strange, but who isn't ? ! As a rocker, he gave us lot of pleasure, also after 'No Rest For The Wicked' ! And even if I'm an AOR fan, I like Ozzy's stuff a lot and I hope he'll release some new stuff soon !
||Date: February 10, 2005 at 15:53|
|I could not agree more on your point about Ronnie James Dio, because he is one of the best of all time. We agree there. But the fact that Ozzy has seizures, tremors, etc., etc. is clearly pointless. No More Tears was a huge album, and Ozzmosis was not that bad. They were light years ahead of Dio's Angry Machines and Strange Highways (which even Dio said were poor). So now what?? Anybody with a name like "Metal T" should know better. Listen to some more Ozzy before busting on a legend.
||Date: February 14, 2005 at 6:47|
|This is recommended for the Ozzy fan who wants everything w/ his name stamped on it. And it's a good album, but I would prefer to hear Black Sabbath doing Black Sabbath songs. Ozzy was trying to compete with Sabbath's "Live Evil" offering and it seems like he threw this together to get it on the shelves. Not bad at all, but not vital. And apologies to Metal T for busting his chops earlier about Ozzy. I think he's THE living legend but others may not. It's all good in the end! Rock on...
|From: Brian Mc
||Date: March 1, 2005 at 14:06|
|It is written Brad had 4 days to prepair for this gig at the Ritz and I commend him on his ability under pressure. Brad had already carved his niche as guitarist for Rubicon in the late 70's. Most likely record company people set up the meeting for Ozzie & Brad (if there ever was a meeting!) In 82 this lp grabbed me by the balls. Listening to it today with an open mind, it still grabs! Releasing the live Randy cd made us forget how good Brad fit Ozzie's need back then.
||Date: August 3, 2010 at 7:50|
|first of all metal t you are an idiot yes rjd is a better singer then ozzy but to say he hasn't made anything decent since no rest for the wicked is just plain dumb this isn't bad i enjoyed it the band sound tight enough probably more for the ozzy collecter then anything else i got it cheap at a pawnbroker so i'm even happier
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: August 17, 2013 at 21:11|
|Ozzy at his vocally best IMO...a set list of mainly Black Sabbath songs...ejnjoyable live album...87/100
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