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  1. Ozzy Osbourne appreciation thread

    "Waiting for Darkness" would be awesome. Such a great, overlooked song. Hopefully there are some deeper cuts and it's not just the standard setlist + a few Sabbath songs.
  2. Alphabet Concert Game

    I'm only missing Q Alice Cooper, Alien Ant Farm, Alison Krauss & Union Station, Amon Amarth, Amorphis, Andre Matos, Arch Enemy, Ashley Monroe, Atheist, Avantasia Bad Religion, Battle Beast, Behemoth, Björk, Black Label Society, Black Sabbath, blink-182, Blood Red Throne, Bon Jovi Carcass, Children of Bodom, Chthonic, Cradle of Filth Darkane, The Darkness, Decapitated, Deftones, Detonation, Dwight Yoakam Edguy, Elton John, Ensiferum Fear Factory, Fen, First Aid Kit Gabriella Cilmi, Ghost Brigade, Gorerotted, Grand Magus, Guns n' Roses, Gyze H.e.a.t, HIM Immortal Technique, In Flames, InMe, Insomnium, Iron Maiden Janelle Monáe, Joan Jett & the Blackhearts, Joss Stone Kacey Musgraves, Kate Bush, Kittie, Korn, Kreator, Kvelertak Labyrinth, Lamb of God, Leona Lewis, Less Than Jake, Ludovico Einaudi, Lykke Li Machinae Supremacy, Machine Head, Magnum, Majesty, Marilyn Manson, Masterplan, Mastodon, Megadeth, Metal Church, Metallica, Miranda Lambert, Morbid Angel, Mortiis, Motörhead Napalm Death, Ne Obliviscaris, Negură Bunget, Neonfly, Nocturnal Rites Obituary, October File, The Offspring, Once Human, Orphaned Land Paradise Lost, Poets of the Fall, Primitai, Pro-Jekt, Puddle of Mudd, Pyramaze Rage, Random Hand, Rebecca Ferguson, Red Sky July, Reel Big Fish, Rival Sons, Rotting Christ Satyricon, Savage Messiah, Sebastian Bach, Sepultura, Shakira, Sheryl Crow, Skarlett Riot, Slayer, Soilwork, Sonata Arctica, Staind, Sugar & the Hi-Lows, Susperia, The Sword, Sylosis Tesseract, Testament, Thin Lizzy, Thy Worshipper, Tori Amos, Triosphere, Trust Company, Twilight of the Gods, Twisted Sister, Tyler Bryant & the Shakedown, Type O Negative Uncle Acid and the Dead Beats Vex Red, Voivod, Vredehammer, Voodoo Six Ward Thomas, White Wizzard, Winterfylleth, Wretched Soul Xentrix Yellowcard Zakk Wylde, Zebrahead, Zico Chain
  3. Your favourite live albums

    Tori Amos - Venus Live, Still Orbiting Alice Cooper - A Fistful of Alice Iron Maiden - Rock in Rio Ozzy Osbourne - Tribute Children of Bodom - Tokyo Warhearts
  4. Bands performing albums in their entirety

    I think they randomly did it at a festival show in 2008 as well (in Spain I think), though I could be wrong on that. A lot of people praying for Justice in full next year. I've seen: Fear Factory - Demanufacture Alien Ant Farm - ANThology Morbid Angel - Covenant Enjoyed them all. Seen a few shows where artists have come a song or two shy of doing the full thing (Sheryl Crow with 100 Miles from Memphis, Kacey Musgraves with Same Trailer Different Park off the top of my head). The Offspring have done this a lot (Ignition, Smash, Ixnay and Americana), would've liked to have seen those shows. Actually had tickets to an Ignition show in London but couldn't go. Less Than Jake have a DVD collection with their first six albums played live. Slayer have done Reign in Blood and Seasons in the Abyss, again two shows I'd have loved to have seen. I think I'm right in saying all of Welcome to My Nightmare was done by Alice Cooper in 1975, though not in order. That'd have been ace to see. And of course Maiden doing A Matter of Life and Death (wasn't too heavily into them at the time sadly). All of Blizzard of Ozz is available on Tribute (in one shape or another), though I'm unsure if all the songs (minus "Dee") were ever done at one show.
  5. Best debut albums from the classic rock era?

    Iron Maiden Blizzard of Ozz
  6. Alice Cooper songs you're pretty much guaranteed to hear live: I'm Eighteen Ballad of Dwight Fry No More Mr Nice Guy Under My Wheels Billion Dollar Babies Only Women Bleed Poison Feed My Frankenstein School's Out
  7. New Alice Cooper Album // "Paranormal"

    Good, solid album. Don't think there's any amazing tracks ("Fireball" is my highlight at this moment in time), but no duds either.
  8. Loudest show you've been to

    My ears were ringing for several days after Fear Factory in 2010. Alice Cooper in either 2005 or 2007 was really loud too.