Black Sabbath Concert Reviews
August 6, 2005
Alpine Valley Music Theatre
East Troy, WI


  • Ozzy Osbourne - Vocals
  • Tony Iommi - Guitar
  • Geezer Butler - Bass
  • Bill Ward - Drums
  • Adam Wakeman - Keyboards


  1. N.I.B.
  2. After Forever
  3. War Pigs
  4. Dirty Women
  5. Fairies Wear Boots
  6. Symptom Of The Universe / Sweet Leaf / Electric Funeral
  7. Iron Man
  8. Into The Void
  9. Black Sabbath
  10. The Wizard
  11. Sabbath Bloody Sabbath / Paranoid
  12. Encore: Children Of The Grave
  13. Outro: Changes


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From: "ted miller" <>
Date sent: Sun, 07 Aug 2005 15:37:38 -0500

hi joe thanks for your incredible site!

any way heres my review

i arrived around 4:30pm just in time to see black lable society, they sounded great, great songs and a good mix. next shadow fall, boring and lousy mix. next mudvayne, good show good tunes and a good mix. iron maiden was a joke, they obviously had their fans there as evidenced by all the "run for your life shirts", but the set came off a phoney and cheap, reminiscent of 80's hair bands, their mix was horrible all you could hear was the bass.

next was sabbath, they have never sounded better, and i can say this having seen them probably atleast 10 times since the black and blue tour of 1980. ozzy looked and sounded great for most of the show. he also was doing alot of his famous frog jump, and hurling water to the audience. his voice started to give him a little trouble durning paranoid, otherwise he was excellent, and really seemed to be enjoying him self. tony and geezer were as always excellent. tonys solo on dirty women was incredible. bill ward was also great, he played with alot of energy, more so than last years ozz fest. after forever was brilliant, such a great live song. war pigs was great. dirty women was again great, it gives tony the oportunity to let loose. fairies wear boots was great. the medly of symptom of the universe/sweet leaf was incredibly heavy, i only wish they would have played the songs in their entirety. electric funeral was very heavy. iron man really got the audience of 30,000 going crazy. last nights version of "black sabbath" was the best i've seen or heard. they closed with my least favorite song of theirs, paranoid, encore was a crushing rendition of children of the grave. the crowd last night was definately their to see sabbath, they were on their feet for the full 70 minute set. its very cool to see a important band like sabbath getting the recognition and appreciation they deserve, all the while blowing every other act off the stage.