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on 27 November 2001
How can it be?? How can one man be so brutally heavy one one disk (the live one) and get all fluffy and acoustic on the second?? Well, as punters who have bought the blistering "Alcohol fuelled Brewtality" release will tell you - it's possible!! Zakk Wilde's new cut pefectly accentuates the man behind Ozzy's greatest and heaviest sound. From the opener "All for you" to the thunderous closing of "The beginning..." this C.D. is just pure, raw, unadulterated ROCK AND ROLL!! If Zakk's picture isn't placed under the word "Rock" in the dictionary it will be to the deficit of all humanity and bloody rightly so! More pinched harmonics than you can shake a stick at, and his version of No More Tears makes the Ozzy version look like S club 7 by comparison. But what's this?? An acoustic second C.D?? Surely some mistake! However, amazing versions of Niel Young's Heart Of Gold and Sabbath's Snowblind done in original and uplifting ways that fully show Zakk's vocal talent and that the man can actually get through a song without squealing those strings. Also a wonderful version of The beginning...., and my personal fave Time Flies. Buy it now!
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on 15 May 2001
I bought this album in anticipation, after listenin 2 and enjoyin the othe 2 BLS albums over the last few months. When i first listened 2 the album, i wasnt dissapointed. Throughout the album, while still sticking to zakks style, it is still stopped from being tiresome, as the song vary greatly, from a evil guitar heavy track to zakk shredding an acoustic guitar, all to the appluse and delight of the live audience. From the brutal guitar savagery provided by zakk wylde to the enraged drumming of phil ondich, all within a live setting, without a doubt the best live album i own( and i own dozens ). Zakk captures the heaviness of all the latest bands withough compramising his music, such as filling most of his songs with impossible solos, and brutally heavy guitar hooks. For anyone interested in metal, his work with the ozzman, or the BLS albums, i fully reccomend this
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on 29 June 2002
well i saw zakk @ uk ozzfest this year and i'd heard his eternal album on several occasions but this is the first album of his that i've bought. i have to say i've only owned the album a mere 11 hours but it makes for great listening and i have decided i must buy all his albums. no-one in the world can play like zakk wylde and he shows in every solo of every song that he is the best guitarist ever. his fingers move faster than lightning and produce the right blend of heavy, light, solo, rythm and pretty much any other riff you may need. a must.
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on 16 October 2011
this album was originally released in the early 2000s when rap/metal was thought to be the next heavy metal but as i and zakk predicted in failed i dont want to sound the type that always repeat that he said so, but i never got into rap/metal i chekced them when they were all over the magz but never liked what they were and what they have released my fav since day one are still the early 80s groups and the ones that have returned iv been zakk fan since day one with his bls offerings i like this cd even that he had butchered no more tears if just for the bonus 2nd cd this is a worth buy .. buy it youll never rgeret owning this gem \m/ long live bls long live zakks' metal \m/
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on 23 November 2009
Yep, if you're looking for some alcohol fueled brewtality then this is were you will most definitely find it. Straight from the off Zakk and his band churn out some of the heaviest, meanest riffola that these ears have ever heard. Every song on the first live disc cranks up the heaviness of the studio versions by another 150 per cent. My personal highlights are Bored to Tears and Born to Booze, that incidently bookend the slightly indulgent guitar solo spot A.N.D.R.O.T.A.Z (but hey, when you can shred like Mr Wylde, who bloody cares!!!). But the most impressive track for me is the live rendition of No More Tears. If you thought his version on Sonic Brew was heavy wait til you hear this version. It will quite literaly rattle your eyeballs in your sockets if you play it nice and loud. Basically if you are a fan of BLS and the more heavier moments from Zakk's part timer with one Mr Osbourne and you don't own this gem, you need this CD......oh, and the second disc containing the acoustic tracks is a perfect antidote to the pure heavy metal of disc one. In a word essential.
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on 27 May 2001
I was overjoyed when I found out that the Label had a live CD coming out, and I wasn't disappointed.It is without a doubt a seriously heavy CD(quite a change from his Book Of Shadows CD) having said that, the 2nd disc has a few excellent mellow tunes including a superb version of the Sabbath classic Snowblind.To sum it all up this is the perfect CD to have a good drink to.Enjoy SDMF!
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i saw the black label society at OZZFEST and that is why i bought this album.(i got a pick of nick cantanese) From the second it went in to my c.d player it grabbed me and beat the shit outta me!the attitude on this album is killer!!The second disk also kick ass and is good to chill out to! in short, buy it if your looking for a heavy album to drink to this is it!!
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on 24 October 2009
I bought this only because I love Zakk Wylde's parts in Ozzy's albums. This is NOTHING comparable to his work for Ozzy. The guy can't sing - yes he can scream and eruct - and the sound here is really bad. If you read the cover notes this album is probably issued only and solely to get him some money (poor baby, lost his guitar etc etc). I am going to get rid of this album as soon as I can. Maybe some people like this senseless noise but I am really disappointed with this junk. I know all the fans will kill me in counter reviews - but I also know my classics, I have hundreds of metal CD's, and sorry, this is just C..P.
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