Ozzy Osbourne - Live At Budokan FLAC album
Title: Live At Budokan
Style: Hard Rock, Heavy Metal
FLAC version ZIP size: 1463 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1995 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1883 mb
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Live at Budokan is a CD/DVD combination released by heavy metal singer Ozzy Osbourne on 25 June 2002. It was recorded at the Nippon Budokan Hall on 15 February 2002 in Tokyo, Japan. The DVD is largely shot in widescreen, except for the drum cam behind Mike Bordin that is pointed towards the audience, which is shot in 4:3. The picture format is standard 4:3 aspect, with letterboxing for all of the widescreen shots. The DVD also contains bonus Osbournes styled features.
Budokan Hall, Tokyo, Japan. Rousing Theatrical Aggressive Confident Malevolent Outrageous Rambunctious Rowdy Campy Energetic Raucous Rebellious. Guys Night Out Halloween TGIF.
Recorded live at Budokan Hall, Tokyo, Japan on February 15th, 2002. Matrix, Runout: S5080772013 - 0101 31 Sony Music. Mastering SID Code: IFPI L551. Mould SID Code: IFPI 94K6. Label Code: LC 00199.
Music Return To Discography. Mama, I’m Coming Home (Live). 12. Bark At The Moon (Live).
While Live at Budokan is Ozzy's best DVD in terms of quality to date, I'm hoping that with the 2007 release of a new CD called Black Rain, perhaps Ozzy will give us a 2007 or 2008 hi-def, widescreen picture DVD upgrade (with, of course, Dolby and/or DTS sound). 16 people found this helpful. The bass and drums, however, could use some improvement esp. with the lower frequencies. Zakk was simply terrific here, nailing every single note with conviction and with great style too ! His huge beard did give me a shock at first, and along with those wrist brace, he really did look like a true metal warrior lol. His lead playing on stage has improved tremendously since the Loud and Live days as he seems to be more careful and attentive to hitting the right notes. And damn those pinch harmonics of his. Ozzy has really aged alot since I last saw him.
Live at Budokan is a CD/DVD combination released by heavy metal singer Ozzy Osbourne on 25 June 2002. Ozzy Osbourne video chronology. Gets Me Through (2001). Live at Budokan (2002). The Essential (2008).
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|1||I Don't Know||5:51|
|2||That I Never Had||4:13|
|6||Gets Me Through||4:15|
|7||No More Tears||7:14|
|8||I Don't Want To Change The World||4:14|
|9||Road To Nowhere||5:52|
|11||Mama, I'm Coming Home||4:38|
|12||Bark At The Moon||4:30|
Written-By – Black Sabbath
- Recorded At – Budokan
- Mastered At – Marcussen Mastering
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sony Music Entertainment Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Sony Music Entertainment Inc.
- Manufactured By – Epic
- Artwork – David Coleman
- Bass – Robert Trujillo
- Drums – Mike Bordin
- Engineer – German Villacorta
- Engineer [Assistant] – Mike "Tiny" MacGillivray*
- Engineer [Live, Assistant] – Takeshi Sasaki
- Engineer [Remote Live Recording Engineer] – Yoshiyasu Kumada
- Executive Producer – Sharon Osbourne
- Guitar – Zakk Wylde
- Keyboards – John Sinclair
- Mastered By – Steve Marcussen*
- Photography By – Ross Halfin
- Producer – Ozzy Osbourne
- Producer, Recorded By, Mixed By – Thom Panunzio
- Vocals – Ozzy Osbourne
NotesRecorded live at Budokan Hall, Tokyo, Japan on February 15th, 2002.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 696998652521
- Matrix / Runout: CPTP-108276
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L327
|EPC 508077 2||Ozzy Osbourne||Live At Budokan (CD, Album)||Epic||EPC 508077 2||Europe||2002|
|508077 2||Ozzy Osbourne||Live At Budokan (CD, Album, Unofficial)||Epic||508077 2||Russia||2002|
|EPC 508077 2, 508077 2||Ozzy Osbourne||Live At Budokan (CD, Album)||Epic, Epic||EPC 508077 2, 508077 2||Europe||2002|
|54271 9, 0542719003||Ozzy Osbourne||Live At Budokan (DVD-V)||SMV Enterprises, SMV Enterprises||54271 9, 0542719003||Germany||2002|
|2-508077, 2508077, 508077||Ozzy Osbourne||Live At Budokan (CD, Album, RP)||Epic, Sony BMG Music Entertainment, Sony Music, Epic, Sony BMG Music Entertainment, Sony Music, Epic, Sony BMG Music Entertainment, Sony Music||2-508077, 2508077, 508077||Brazil||2015|