The End (Live) Black Sabbath
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- 1Black Sabbath (Live)07:27
- 2Fairies Wear Boots (Live)06:28
- 3Under The Sun / Every Day Comes And Goes (Live)07:04
- 4After Forever (Live)06:27
- 5Into The Void (Live)07:07
- 6Snowblind (Live)06:40
- 7Band Introductions (Live)01:32
- 8War Pigs (Live)08:32
- 9Behind The Wall Of Sleep (Live)03:33
- 10Bassically / N.I.B. (Live)06:36
- 11Hand Of Doom (Live)07:06
- 12Supernaut / Sabbath Bloody Sabbath / Megalomania (Live)03:28
- 13Rat Salad / Drum Solo (Live)08:21
- 14Iron Man (Live)07:53
- 15Dirty Women (Live)08:23
- 16Children Of The Grave (Live)06:33
- 17Paranoid (Live)04:46
Info for The End (Live)
THE FINAL SHOW FROM THE GREATEST METAL BAND OF ALL TIME
On 4th February, 2017, Black Sabbath stormed the stage in their hometown of Birmingham for their final triumphant gig. This monumental show brought down the curtain on a career that spanned almost half a century, and is featured here in its entirety.
With a hit packed set list that includes Iron Man, Paranoid, War Pigs and many more, the band delivered the most emotionally charged show in their history. The End captures a once-in-a-career performance, an essential snapshot of musical history and a fitting farewell to true innovators and original heavy metal icons, Black Sabbath.
"To bring it all back home after all these years was pretty special," Black Sabbath said in statement. "It was so hard to say goodbye to the fans, who've been incredibly loyal to us through the years. We never dreamed in the early days that we'd be here 49 years later doing our last show on our home turf."
Though Ozzy Osbourne expressed some remorse that Black Sabbath said goodbye without founding drummer Bill Ward, the singer told Rolling Stone prior to the Birmingham gig that he was happy to "end it on an up note."
"We're definitely finishing in Birmingham," he reflected. "We're not going to re-form after five years and say, "Because of public demand ..." Black Sabbath has been up and down and 'round the mulberry bush so many times."
„Pure heavy metal mastery“ (Rolling Stone)
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