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  • What Songs Did they play from Past Eras?

    I thought it would be nice just to have maybe a comprehensive list of all the songs from past eras the band played while fronted by Tony Martin.

    From Ozzy Era:
    "Black Sabbath"
    "The Wizard"
    "Paranoid"
    "Iron Man"
    "Children of the Grave"
    "Into The Void"
    "Sabbath Bloody Sabbath"
    "Symptom of the Universe (in it's entirety)"

    From Dio Era:
    "Neon Knights"
    "Heaven and Hell"
    "Mob Rules"
    "Time Machine"

    Basically I've just got the ones from Cross Purposes, I know.

    Post any others.

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    Re: What Songs Did they play from Past Eras?

    Heart Like A Wheel
    The Sign Of The Southern Cross
    Die Young

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      Re: What Songs Did they play from Past Eras?

      War Pigs

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        Children of the Sea

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          Re: What Songs Did they play from Past Eras?

          Based on bootleg recordings:

          Ozzy era:
          Black Sabbath (many)
          Changes (11/19/95 Tokyo)
          Children of the Grave (many)
          Into the Void (9/3/94 Buenos Aires, and others)
          Iron Man (many)
          Paranoid (many)
          Sabbath Bloody Sabbath (many)
          Symptom of the Universe (9/3/94 Buenos Aires, and other(s))
          The Wizard (many)
          War Pigs (many)

          Dio era:
          Children of the Sea (many)
          Die Young (many)
          Heaven and Hell (many)
          Mob Rules (many)
          Neon Knights (many)
          Time Machine (5/4/94 Offenbach and 3/4/94 Los Angeles)
          Sign of the Southern Cross - Black Sabbath (10/1/90 Milan)
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