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There can be only one. :headbanger:

 

I should have played deaf and dumb. Both of these albums had major effects on my life.....If you ask people besides me, they would all say negative effects. :banger: :banger: :banger:

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If it`s Sabbath with Ozzy or Sabbath with Ronald then there`s only one winner for me

 

Black Sabbath with Ozzy :bowdown:

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Again I love "Diary of a Madmen", it's probably my fav Ozzy release, but "Mob Rules" is just perfect with such great tunes such as "Sign of the Southern Cross", "Mob Rules", "Voodoo", "Turn up the Night", "Falling off the Edge of the World" and "Over and Over".

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If you listen to foooooooools....

THE MOB RUUUULES!!!! :banger:

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If you listen to foooooooools....

THE MOB RUUUULES!!!! :banger:

 

But you my friend are no fool since you made the right choice. :tumbsup:

 

As that old templer said to Indiana Jones in the last crusade when he drank from the Holy Grail:

"You've chosen Wiiiiiiiiisely". :headbanger:

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As that old templer said to Indiana Jones in the last crusade when he drank from the Holy Grail:

"You've chosen Wiiiiiiiiisely". :headbanger:

 

Oh, I thought he said, "You've chosen Wesley."

 

But yours makes more sense.

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As that old templer said to Indiana Jones in the last crusade when he drank from the Holy Grail:

"You've chosen Wiiiiiiiiisely". :headbanger:

 

Oh, I thought he said, "You've chosen Wesley."

 

 

No that's what the preacher at my wedding said to my bride. :lol:

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I don't particularly care for either album, but I prefer Ozzy over Black Sabbath.

 

Yeah Mark, I was wondering...who is Al Maniac? And how did you meet him?

 

(I ask because your moniker 'metalmaniac777' apparently has nothing to do with actual metal music.) :whistle:

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I don't particularly care for either album, but I prefer Ozzy over Black Sabbath.

Yeah Mark, I was wondering...who is Al Maniac? And how did you meet him?

 

(I ask because your moniker 'metalmaniac777' apparently has nothing to do with actual metal music.)

Yeah, I can see why you would say that, me being a fan of the following bands an' all:

 

Halford

Judas Priest

Metallica

Megadeth

Primal Fear

Sinner

Testament

Unrest

Rob Zombie

Deliverance

All That Remains

Trivium

The Showdown

In Flames

Death Angel

Armored Saint

Demon Hunter

Sanctity

Shadows Fall

 

Yep, clearly I should surrender my "metal moniker" right now... :P

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I don't particularly care for either album, but I prefer Ozzy over Black Sabbath.

Yeah Mark, I was wondering...who is Al Maniac? And how did you meet him?

 

(I ask because your moniker 'metalmaniac777' apparently has nothing to do with actual metal music.)

Yeah, I can see why you would say that, me being a fan of the following bands an' all:

 

Halford

Judas Priest

Metallica

Megadeth

Primal Fear

Sinner

Testament

Unrest

Rob Zombie

Deliverance

All That Remains

Trivium

The Showdown

In Flames

Death Angel

Armored Saint

Demon Hunter

Sanctity

Shadows Fall

 

Yep, clearly I should surrender my "metal moniker" right now... :P

 

OUTRAGEOUS!

 

(That's what I say when I know I've lost an argument but choose not to acknowledge it...) :rolleyes:

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