And it was all about time you couldn’t stop that angel? the faith in all the pain,
and the death in me, nobody can see my senses fade away i’m getting older in vain… it’s time again to find the new born it’s time again… it’s time again to find the new born it’s time again… the time has come to leave it all But is this endless? Try to discover again the feelings gone
why does it matter? and i don’t want to get away i just want to feel it all again like the very first day when all was new and nothing faded… it’s time again to find the new born it’s time again… it’s time again to find the new born it’s time again… No matter what i’ll miss I give in to the Renovation No matter what i’ll fear I give in to the Renovation No matter what i’ll miss I give in to the Renovation No matter what i’ll fear I give in to the Renovation Renovation No matter what i’ll miss Renovation No matter what i’ll fear Renovation Renovation Renovation Renovation Renovation
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What is, what is something about yourself that ! No one really knows about. What’s your sex life like or whatever ! You know its…
You you can there you go [Ozzy laughs] So you’re releasing this best of right now this compilation
Memoirs of a madman I think that’s pretty cool Because there’s hasn’t been a complete… a genuine true best of Ozzy compilation I mean do you look at the body of work and go “wow that’s kind of crazy”? From the first, I remember from the very first the first black Sabbath album It went into the charts I remember the manager coming up to me in a club and going, “I got something to tell you”, and I go “what’s that?” And he goes “Your album entering into the charts at number 17 next week” “Oh, you’re pulling my leg” He said “No no” Because I had got up previously to hear that cover song we did of Evil Woman at 6 O’ Clock in the morning. “We’re on the radio!” I remember thinking “This is going to be fun for a couple of years!” I’m gonna to be able to have a booze up with me mates and I’ll be back to [this life again?] but from that moment on, my life for ever changed. We all got ripped off by managers through the change, I was married to another woman and then she divorced me, I met your mum and and I married you mum and we had you guys You couldn’t write my script, it was just amazing what my life’s been like. You know it was “this is it for the rest of my life”, “This is it for the rest of my life” and then all of a sudden, from nowhere, you’d just take a turn which would go somwhere completely out of context to where you were before So, you’ve got your driver’s licence a couple of years ago Where was the first place you went when you got your driver’s licence They drive on the wrong side of the road here [Jack Laughs] We in England drive on the other side. But Y’know, I’ve still got a licence, I haven’t got any points removed because I haven’t driven! Do you have any regrets from when you were younger? Life’s full of regrets. Y’know, you regret doing this, you regret doing that but you know you either get over it or you don’t A lot of your songs’ subject matter is very political But growing up with you you’ve never been one of these very vocal, politically around the house it seems to get directed a lot into your music. Do you care about politics or anything like that? They should all start playing fucking music! What? I mean, I met Toy Blair one time, the old English Prime Minister. and he’s looking at me and he comes over and it was just when the Iraq War started going on, And I thought he was going to come up to me and say “You could do very good for the country by doing a song or something for the troops” He came up to me and he goes “Do you know I was once in a rock band..” “..Ah but I couldn’t quite get the chords to Iron Man” And I was like “Is that all you’ve got to fucking say?!” We vote for these people in and they never seem to pull off all the shit that promises to get in In Sabbath, Geezer was the main lyricist and I used to think he can give you some phenomenal lyrics. and I used to craft them into a song But even post Sabbath you’ve done songs about y’know, the war on drugs or y’know just wars in general and it does seem to be something that resonates with you Well, my latest thing is that you see these people on the TV talking about this ISIS thing and then they say, “Yes we should send some troops there” and I go How can they talk politely, you can’t have a polite war. “Excuse me, I’m just going to shoot you and you” It must be the scariest fucking place… ever When all those religious zealots were coming after you back in the day.. We give them a job. I remember one time they were going out picketing the gig and I got a broomstick and a stapler and I was like “Have a nice day!” and a I followed them around! They didn’t even know who I was! But this is something that’s followed you your entire career, y’know this… Yeah, but you know at poor Ronnie James Dio’s funeral they were out there going and I was like “you fucking ignorant assholes” the guy’s gone and you standing with “Jesus could’ve saved” and all this Haven’t you got nothing else better to fucking do I mean they’ll condemn that but they won’t do anything good for someone Yeah It’s just.. Wrong But you can’t, y’know, it’s freedom of speech. Because in this world, no matter how good the idea is somebody will always go “No I don’t think that’s a good idea” Other countries you go, oh yeah, even if it is a bad idea, you go..Yeah yeah.. If you don’t like it.. “in that fucking van”
Caution: this broadcast has the power to bring about epileptic seizures so watch out Hi this is Tom the rave with Pattaya Night Live coming to you I’d like to say straight away that… I wish QPR would win you know, like, tonight because they’re playing right down the bottom of the table they should do better they’re a great team but they’re not gonna win tonight sorry about missing the game beautiful girls here! so much noise terrible well you know this is what happens in Pattaya Walking Street crazy people you see here I really can’t think of too much to say We’re in Endorphine Nightclub in Walking Street it’s a great place very noisy but great and beautiful women hey mister DJ Any chance of you playing a bit of Chas ‘n’ Dave or Dean Martin or something I hate this noise can you play something decent like we used to have in the old days in the dance halls please mister DJ I’ve been going to discos for 50 years never heard such noise Oh dear I’m too old for this shit headbanging noises out there driving me around the bend too much for me I’m in the right place at the moment hey this looks like a nice room what the fuck are you bloody hell doing in here what do you want this is a nice comfortable room do you mind if I… do you know who I am yes piss off what you doing? nice… comfortable… fuck off! fuck outta here! young… whippersnapper when I have to talk? hi everybody this is Pattaya Night Live this is Dennis Frost in Endorphine Club it’s such a shit party I hate this music very bad DJs and NO drugs I love my mom I love Techno please guys, don’t buy narcotic! be cool DJ like me and everybody will give it to you for FREE I
You know AJR for their anthemic earworm “Weak” but you may not know how they got started or just how inventive in detail their live shows are. As it happens the New York City natives stopped by to tell us all about it. Here it is. We started out street performing about 10 or 11 years ago. And that was the very first taste of performing we had and I was like nine years old, I believe. It like really prepared us for performing today because that is the most nervous you’ll ever get. Because what you have to do is try to draw in people who do not want to be seeing you right now. There’s like businessmen who want anything but to see people on the side of the street performing you know. So it’s your job to try to hook them in. And now that we’ve done that I feel like it’s much easier to hook an audience in that’s there to see you, you know. We’ve really trained those muscles. Totally Every time we go on a tour we try to kind of beat what we did last time so we do a lot of remixes on stage live re mixing like live drum breakdowns, audience participation, like crazy lighting cues and stuff like that. We try and spice it up because if you want to listen to the actual song you can listen to the album so we want there to be kind of a reason that you come to the show and experience something new. When you announce your own tour you’re developing every single step of the way. I mean we curate the playlist that people listen to when they are walking in to how much we’re charging for tickets. So I don’t think fans tend to realize how much goes into all these little steps and that we get to share all of that with the fans through social media, something that I find really rewarding. AJRs new album, The Clique is out today and part two of their What Everyone’s Thinking tour kicks off tomorrow, June 10th in Salt Lake City. Have a great weekend! For more exclusive interviews and news
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