- Ronnie James Dio - Vocals
- Tony Iommi - Guitar
- Geezer Butler - Bass
- Vinny Appice - Drums
- Scott Warren - Keyboards
- Mob Rules
- Children Of The Sea
- Sign Of The Southern Cross
- Drum Solo
- Computer God
- Falling Off The Edge Of The World
- Shadow Of The Wind
- Die Young
- Heaven and Hell
- Neon Knights
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FAN SUBMITTED TOUR REVIEWS & REMARKS
from firstname.lastname@example.org, "Gomez, John SGT (1PERSCOM-PSSD)"
date Jun 26, 2007 8:17 PM
subject Concert Review - Heaven & Hell - Bang Your Head in Balingen, Germany June 22, 2007
I'm stationed in the Army in Germany. I saw Black Sabbath for the first time in Dortmund, Germany in June 2005. Ozzy sang really good that evening, but I've seen DIO several times in Germany. But when I heard about Heaven and Hell touring, I went ordered my ticket for the Bang Your Head Festival in February. I also bought another ticket for the concert in Offenbach, Germany which was last week. They sounded better at the Festival than in Offenbach, but it was also good. Vinnie Appice's solo was great, I liked when he would pull down on his drums. Iommi had a great solo on the intro to "Die Young". Geezer sounded great on Heaven and Hell. I think they all sounded perfect. I really enjoyed "Die Young", "Falling off the Edge of the World", "Children of the Sea" , "Shadow of the Wind" and "Heaven and Hell". I was disappointed because "The Devil Cried" and "Ear in the Wall" did not get played. I wish they would have added "Country Girl". Maybe the next tour. Oh well, it was still one of the best concerts that I ever seen. I hope they will tour again with this line up. Long live Rock and Roll!
date Aug 12, 2007 1:37 PM
subject HH Setlist at Grasspop, Dessel (Belgium), June 22
What to say about the performance? It was
brilliant just as I expected. Just too short = only one hour! At 18 h.
It was raining cats and dogs during their
part show. But people stayed and enjoyed. Although, people were not
clearly HH audience. They came to see rather Iron Maiden and Korn and
some other syupid stuff. But Sabbath’s sound was thousand times better
than that of Iron Maiden’s or Korn’s, the former spoiling their show
with too many guitars that cannot be mixed clear and the latter with too
HH had some sound problems, probably
Geezer’s bass echo (or what ever) was too strong. Guys including Tony
were smiling during whole performance. Dio tapped Geezer on the nose
when he played a wrong note during Heaven and Hell: did not go correctly
to the bridge part once, ay ay ay.
But the HH was my reason to pay 70 euro
for tickets, to drive 250 km to the festival and to got totally wet
under open sky. Fantastic.