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Ozzy Osbourne's Ozzfest 10th Anniversary
Ozzy Osbourne's Ozzfest 10th Anniversary
Actors: Anthrax, Black Sabbath, Ozzy Osbourne, Sharon Osbourne, Rob Zombie
Directors: Wyatt Smith, Tim Van Someren
Genres: Music Video & Concerts, Television
R     2005     2hr 30min

The longest running rock tour in history comes home at last ? on DVD w/ a live CD too ? celebrating 10 years on the road! Go inside the Ozzfest Tour?s 10th year, with 60,000 fans at the UK show to the 103 heat of the back...  more »

     
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Actors: Anthrax, Black Sabbath, Ozzy Osbourne, Sharon Osbourne, Rob Zombie
Directors: Wyatt Smith, Tim Van Someren
Genres: Music Video & Concerts, Television
Sub-Genres: Pop, Rock & Roll, Osbourne, Ozzy, Comedy, Reality Shows
Studio: Clear Channel Ent.
Format: DVD - Color,Widescreen
DVD Release Date: 11/22/2005
Original Release Date: 01/01/2005
Theatrical Release Date: 01/01/2005
Release Year: 2005
Run Time: 2hr 30min
Screens: Color,Widescreen
Number of Discs: 2
SwapaDVD Credits: 2
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 0
MPAA Rating: R (Restricted)
Languages: English

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Movie Reviews

Where's Maiden and BLS ?
10/27/2005
(2 out of 5 stars)

"I went to Ozzfest this year and it was awesome.However, this one does not look like it.Although I like Velvet Revolver,Rob Zombie and Anthrax, the rest is pure crap.Where are Iron Maiden and Black Label Society? Plus, they have us buy the same three Sabbath songs(although they are my favorite band)YET AGAIN! Yippee!
And what is Bowling for Soup doing on here.They Suck!

DVD features live performances by:
BLACK SABBATH - "War Pigs"
BLACK SABBATH - "Iron Man"
BLACK SABBATH - "Paranoid"
VELVET REVOLVER - "Sucker Train Blues"
ANTHRAX - "Caught in a Mosh"
H.I.M. - "Soul On Fire"
ALTER BRIDGE - "The End Is Here"
THE MAD CAPSULE MARKETS - "Pulse"
TRIVIUM - "A Gunshot To The Head of Trepidation"
ROB ZOMBIE - "More Human Than Human"
ROB ZOMBIE - "Dragula"
THE HAUNTED - "Bury Your Dead"
SOILWORK - "Blind Eye Halo"
WICKED WISDOM - "You Can't Handle"
GIZMACHI - "Voice Of Sanity"
A DOZEN FURIES - "Awake and Lifeless"
IT DIES TODAY - "A Threnody For Modern Romance"

Special live CD includes songs:
BLACK SABBATH - "War Pigs"
BLACK SABBATH - "Iron Man"
BLACK SABBATH - "Paranoid"
VELVET REVOLVER - "Sucker Train Blues"
ANTHRAX - "Caught In A Mosh"
BOWLING FOR SOUP - "1985"
H.I.M. - "Soul On Fire"
ALTER BRIDGE - "The End Is Here"
THE MAD CAPSULE MARKETS - "Pulse"
TRIVIUM - "A Gunshot To The Head Of Trepidation"
ROB ZOMBIE - "More Human Than Human"
ROB ZOMBIE - "Dragula"
THE HAUNTED - "Bury Your Dead"
SOILWORK - "Blind Eye Halo"
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More about what is missing, but still a decent DVD
The Deac | Bristow, VA United States | 01/17/2006
(3 out of 5 stars)

"Yes, I know and agree with everyone that this could and should have been a better DVD in terms of performance footage. I'm not going to dwell on that at all though. The omissions are really not explainable, but that isn't the DVD. I'll focus on what actually is here.

The interviews are actually really entertaining. Some of the stories from Ozzfest past are great (footage would have been nice, but oh well). Hell...I crave more from some of the interviews. Ozzy, Sharon & Jack are inciteful about Ozzfest's history, but the stories from the other artists are what makes it really entertaining. And not for nothing, but there is too much interview footage from Slash and HIM, and even Anthrax, who really aren't a part of Ozzfest history.

The performances are hit and miss. The picture and actual production is top notch. There is no doubt about that. Particularly during Rob Zombie's performances...it is spot on. Just an FYI...Alter Bridge, Mad Capsule Markets & Bowling For Soup are not on the main program...only the bonus features (though they are on the CD where some of the bands on the DVD are not). HIM & Anthrax, despite never having played a US Ozzfest, are part of the main feature (a whole chapter is devoted to HIM...that was frustrating). The UK footage is decent, but the Camden footage is a little bit more indicative of what an Ozzfest is about. The Haunted, Soilwork, and Zombie are the best of the bunch from Camden (It Dies Today sounds awful, A Dozen Furies look tired, Gizmachi gets cut midway, and Wicked Wisdom shows why they got a negative reaction). The UK footage is actually decent...it doesn't have the "Ozzfest feel", but the footage is really solid.

In terms of production quality and such, this is excellent. In terms of content, it is hit and miss. There are a few great moments, and a few not so great moments. It could have been so much superior than it is, but its worth at least one look.

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When I think of an anniversary collection, I think of the co
George Dionne | Cape Cod, MA | 01/04/2006
(2 out of 5 stars)

"The Good
On the DVD menu screen you get two menu options. You can watch just the live performances that include such up-and-coming acts as Gizmachi, It Dies Today, A Dozen Furies, Trivium, Soilwork, The Haunted, HIM, and Wicked Wisdom and brand names such as Anthrax, Rob Zombie, Velvet Revolver, and Black Sabbath. The other option is to watch said performances with added documentary footage. I highly recommend watching the latter. In addition to some great performances (better in 5.1), you get insight on the past and present of how Ozzfest began and continues to operate. The interviews included stories from the bands, staff, fans, and the Osbournes of course.

After watching the performances, you can pretty much pick out the bands that played the second stage, and which one's were on the main stage. The second stage acts are more raw, furious, and heavy, whereas the main stage acts are more refined and on top of their game. Bonuses include brief interviews with Ozzy, Jack, Slash, Zakk, and Wicked Wisdom. These interviews are most likely outtakes from their main program ones. Also a part of the bonus section is performances from Alterbridge, Mad Capsule Markets, and Bowling for Soup. If you don't have time to watch the DVD, you can take the included live CD to play in the car. It doesn't have all of the performances, but you won't miss the ones they took out.

The Bad
Who invited Wicked Wisdom and Bowling for Soup to Ozzfest? I doubt that this DVD is worth more than one or two spins in your DVD player. You can listen to the live performances on the CD, and interviews and the like are only worth one play anyway. Also, when you promote something as an `anniversary' feature, shouldn't it chronicle the complete history of the event, not just the last show? Oh yeah, I wonder if leaving Iron Maiden out of the disc was intentional (that's sarcasm people). They only carried the majority of the tour when Ozzy's voice went kaput. I was sadden to hear that Ozzy's performance was not the only bad one either, Rob Zombie was way off (not usual for him).

The Verdict
I think I made my points in the statements above. The performances are good, but only for one or two viewings. The documentary footage is informative, but it's not enough to draw me back to this DVD. One particular performance is conveniently missing, and most of the performers are not very well known. When I think of an anniversary collection, I think of the complete history, not just the current year."
Let's see.........
Rome | NJ, USA | 10/16/2005
(2 out of 5 stars)

"This is how I've estimated the order to be. I really have my doubts if the Mighty Maiden will be on this dvd. That truely is a shame though because the crowd really seemed to blossom during Maiden's set in Camden.

UK Ozzfest (Donnington,UK)
Black Sabbath
Velvet Revolver
Anthrax

US Ozzfest (Camden,NJ)
Rob Zombie
Mudvayne
Shadowsfall
& some 2nd stage bands

I was at the Camden show front and center in the pit and didn't notice any cameras during Black Sabbath, Iron Maiden, BLS and In Flames. Majority of second stage bands got some footage in and so did Muds and SF. If my thoughts are correct this will not be a history dvd. Just contain footage from this year and backstage perspective. Overall I don't expect much, it'll be a nice souvenir, thats all. Sharon knows people will buy it just for the name and that fact that somewhere down the line everyones been to an Ozzfest. If there are any disappointed Maiden fans I recommend their 'Death on the Road' dvd which will out the same date as this one."