Ozzfest: Second Stage Live

Ozzfest: Second Stage Live

Various Artists

Divine

Ozzfest: Second Stage Live is a double disc set. One of the discs is previously released, and it contains live tracks from the very first Ozzfest, which was only two dates, I believe. The tracks on this disc actually cater more to the metalheads: it has Slayer, Sepultura (from when Max was still in the group), Neurosis, Ozzy, Fear Factory, and some others. Disc two is from this past year’s Ozzfest, and it has songs from Soulfly, Disturbed, Kittie, Pitchshifter, Ozzy, and some others, including an unreleased track from Queens of the Stone Age. I personally am not a huge fan of live albums, but I actually liked the first CD of this set when it was released by itself, and the second disc has some pretty good songs on it, like the Soulfly and Ozzy tracks.

Divine Recordings, PO Box 2590, Los Angeles, CA 90078

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