I saw them back in '86 when they openned for Ozzy. I can still see Cliff Burton head banging. I wasn't into them at all at the time. I remember thinking they were singing "bastard, bastard" instead of "master, master" when they did Master of Puppets
Going to see them at the Target Center in Minneapolis Oct. 13. I'm pretty stoked about it. $85.00 tix-reserved seating-1st row! Brother-in-law got 4 through his company.
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[QUOTE=captinsano;4644182]was Lamb-of-god @ that date,tickets in charlotte start @ 75$ and go up to 425$ out of control.[/QU
LAmb-of-god was there. It was probably one of the best shows I have seen since Pantera or Iron Maiden in the 90s.
I saw Metallica last year as well at OZZFEST and they kind of fizzled. Probably because of watching great bands all day long like Seven Dust, Devil Driver, Hell Yeah, Drowning Pool,Calivares Conspiracy and others.
This time they really did bring it.
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