Black Sabbath -Black Bloody Black - Bootleg - Dehumanizer Tour 1992-WAV
Live At Orpheum Boston - August 9 1992
Source: my own cd collection
A post from OldBitch and Adamus67
Voltando ao velho estilo, vamos com esse fantástico cd , com uma gravação que não deixa nada a desejar à um disco oficial
Eu assisti esse show dois meses antes no Brasil, aliás eu tirei um mês de férias e fui à todos os concertos no Brasil, Argentina e Chile
Este disco é realmente de arregaçar os tímpanos, mostrando a volta do Black Sabbath aos discos e aos palcos
Começar arrebentando com Mob Rules, depois Computer God,Children of The Sea
Ai a coisa fode de vez, com Time Machine (cuidado com a parte em que o Geezer mete lenha no baixo, suas caixas acústica podem não aguentar)
É a melhor versão que eu já vi
E ai vai só com clássicos, inclusive a Black Sabbath e Heaven and Hell
Voces tem que baixar obrigatóriamente esta porra aqui, se não baixarem eu quero mais é que voces se fodam, como sempre
Hey your fucking freaks
Returning to the old style, go with this fantastic CD with a recording that leaves nothing to be desired for an official record
I watched this show two months before in Brazil, in fact I took a month off and went to every concert in Brazil, Argentina and Chile
This is really hard to roll up your eardrums, showing the return of the Black Sabbath albums and on stage
Get breaking with Mob Rules, after Computer God, Children Of The Sea
Oh fuck every thing with Time Machine (watch the part where the wood on the Geezer puts down your speakers can not handle)
It is the best version I've ever seen
And there goes only with classics, including Black Sabbath and Heaven and Hell
Do you have to compulsorily download this shit right here, if not more is down I want to fuck you, as always
Now Adamus67 part
Following the breakup of their previous band Mythology in 1968, guitarist Tony Iommi and drummer Bill Ward sought to form a heavy blues band in Aston, Birmingham, England. The group enlisted bassist Geezer Butler, and vocalist Ozzy Osbourne, who had played together in a band called Rare Breed. The new group was initially named The Polka Tulk Blues Company, and also featured slide guitarist Jimmy Phillips and saxophonist Alan "Aker" Clarke. After shortening the name to Polka Tulk, the band changed their name to Earth, and continued as a four-piece without Phillips and Clarke.
Earth played club shows in England, Denmark, and Germany, with sets consisting of cover songs by Jimi Hendrix, Blue Cheer, and Cream; as well as lengthy improvised blues jams. In December 1968, Tony Iommi abruptly left Earth to join Jethro Tull. Although his stint with the band would be short-lived, Iommi made an appearance with Jethro Tull on the The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus TV show. Unsatisfied with the direction of Jethro Tull, Iommi returned to Earth in January 1969. "It just wasn't right, so I left", Iommi said. "At first I thought Tull were great, but I didn't much go for having a leader in the band, which was Ian Anderson's way. When I came back from Tull, I came back with a new attitude altogether. They taught me that to get on you got to work for it".
While playing shows in England in 1969, the band discovered they were being mistaken for another English group named Earth, and decided to again change their name. A movie theatre across the street from the band's rehearsal room was showing the 1963 Boris Karloff horror film Black Sabbath. While watching people line up to see the film, bassist Geezer Butler noted that it was "strange that people spend so much money to see scary movies". Butler wrote a song titled "Black Sabbath" after reading a book by occult writer Dennis Wheatley, and seeing a black-hooded figure standing at the foot of his bed. Making use of the musical tritone, also known as "The Devil's Interval", the song's ominous sound and dark lyrics pushed the band in a darker direction, a stark contrast to the popular music of the late 1960s, which was dominated by flower power, folk music, and hippie culture. Inspired by the new sound, the band changed their name to Black Sabbath in August 1969, and made the decision to focus writing similar material, in an attempt to create the musical equivalent of horror films.
Black Sabbath were signed to Philips Records in December 1969, and released their first single, "Evil Woman" through Philips subsidiary Fontana Records in January 1970. Later releases were handled by Philips' newly formed progressive rock label, Vertigo Records. Although the single failed to chart, the band were afforded two days of studio time in late January to record their debut album with producer Rodger Bain. Iommi recalls recording live: "We thought 'We have two days to do it and one of the days is mixing.' So we played live. Ozzy was singing at the same time, we just put him in a separate booth and off we went. We never had a second run of most of the stuff."
The eponymous Black Sabbath was released on Friday the 13th, February 1970. The album reached number 8 in the UK, and following its US release in May 1970 by Warner Bros. Records, the album reached number 23 on the Billboard 200, where it remained for over a year, selling a million copies. While the album was a commercial success, it was widely panned by critics....fools & idiots
Black Sabbath - Deshumanizer Tour 1992
Recorded live at Orpheum Theatre, Boston, MA, USA on August 9th, 1992.
Kiss The Stone KTS 171
Tony Iommi cleaned house in 1992 to reunite the classic 1980s lineup of Black Sabbath (although what was to become the Dehumanizer line-up had originally been Iommi/Butler/Powell before Cozy Powell suffered a hip injury) Founding member Geezer Butler, along with Ronnie James Dio and Vinny Appice, joined up with Tony Iommi once again (this was the same line-up from 1981's Mob Rules and 1982's Live Evil) and together they recorded Dehumanizer (1992). Playing to larger audiences than they had in nearly a decade, the rejuvenated Sabbath enjoyed renewed success with the Dehumanizer album and tour. It was around this time that Ozzy Osbourne announced his retirement from touring and proposed that Black Sabbath open his final two shows at Costa Mesa. When Dio refused to participate, Iommi, Butler and Appice agreed to appear without him.
Excellent (and heavily-bootlegged) "Dehumanizer" shows-era
Incomplete set. There aren't any terribly obvious edits, although there's one in the track change between 6/7 ("Die Young" was not included) and the end of track 8, where Dio announces Vinny Appice but instead of the drum solo the bootleg goes into "Iron Man." The bootleg fades out at the end.
There are a couple seconds of "E5150" (played over the PA as an intro) at the beginning of track 1. There's a short guitar intro/solo before "Black Sabbath" starts on track 7.
1. The Mob Rules (4:11)
2. Computer God (6:25)
3. Children Of The Sea (6:25)
4. Time Machine (5:38)
5. War Pigs (8:35)
6. I (6:11)
7. Black Sabbath (8:47)
8. Medley (8:03)
- Master Of Insanity
- After All (The Dead)
9. Iron Man (7:55)
10. Heaven And Hell (10:59)
11. Neon Knights (4:48)