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Black Sabbath at Gorge Amphitheater in Quincey WA


 Here's Sabbath Gorge Amphitheater gig review by Tim, our website's friend:

"IT WAS FRICKIN AWESOME!!!! Dude, they are SO tight, I mean zero flaws anywhere. They opened with War Pigs and then about 6 or 7 songs in ya hear Geezer messin around with his bass and I new NIB was on deck and it was! SO cool! they did everything you would think they would and quite a bit of the new album. They played from about 8:00 to 10:30 and they could have just started over as far as I was concerned. HOLY SHIT THAT WAS A GOOD SHOW... AND THEY ARE quite OLD!!!!

Ozzy, Tony and Geez haven't all, it like they're immortal dude! I'M SERIOUS, every song was like it came off the album and they still love doin sabbath tunes. Yeah, it was a solid 2 & 1/2 hours, i couldnt believe it! I'm tellin ya man, I've seen ALOT of shows, most everybody I wanted... this was right up there and theses guys are how old? was amazing and the next time YOU'RE COMING WITH ME" !!!!"

The tracklist of the gig was:

War Pigs
Into the Void
Under the Sun/Every Day Comes and Goes
Age of Reason
Black Sabbath
Behind the Wall of Sleep
End of the Beginning
Fairies Wear Boots
Rat Salad
Iron Man
God Is Dead?
Dirty Women
Children of the Grave

(Sabbath Bloody Sabbath Intro)


1 September 2013




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