...and they were pretty good. Not quite as good as what I saw in 2013 though; maybe not as tight. That said, last night I was being distracted by a high proportion of d*ckheads in the audience (I was in the standing area, and some meth heads seemed to think this was a thrash metal gig from 1989 complete with violent mosh pit). Interesting to me was that Tony played his Gibson for a number of the C# tunes. Last time I saw them he only played his John Birch guitars (or was it Jaydee?). Last night was mainly the John Birch/Jaydee, but the Gibson got a run for a few songs. Every single tune was from the first four albums with the exception of Dirty Women (and that is a fine exception). I'd like to have heard some Sabbath Bloody Sabbath and Sabotage material, but at the same time I'm happy not to have been looking at my watch while they played something from 13. I think Ozzy might have blown out his voice about 5 songs in - he seemed to back off and was coughing between songs. But he got back into form later on, and was pretty funny to watch with his little dances and tummy thrusting. Highlight for me would have been Snowblind or maybe Into The Void. The crowd singalong to the War Pigs solo was nice too.