Black Sabbath Cross Purposes Live 1995

Cross Purposes Live is a Black Sabbath live album and DVD with Tony Martin on lead vocals and Bobby Rondinelli on drums from the 1995 tour.

Can it really be Black Sabbath without Ozzy Osbourne and Bill Ward?

Fans of the original Sabbath may much prefer to hear Reunion from the 1997 get back together tour or Live At Last.

Cross Purposes Live comes in various formats including a cut down 9 track DVD version. Be careful if you decide to buy it that you get the version you want.

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Black Sabbath Cross Purposes Live Set List

Time Machine (5:08)
Children Of The Grave (5:25)
I Witness (5:02)
Mob Rules (4:18)
Into The Void (6:39)
Anno Mundi (6:17)
Black Sabbath (8:12)
Neon Knights (5:35)
Psychophobia (3:03)
The Wizard (4:42)
Cross Of Thorns (4:43)
Symptom Of The Universe (7:31)
Headless Cross (5:34)
Paranoid (5:13)
Iron Man (3:27)
Sabbath Bloody Sabbath (6:11)

Here is Black Sabbath with Tony Martin performing Sabbath Bloody Sabbath live in concert.

And Headless Cross

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