Ozzy's "Diary of a Madman" album

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  1. Nathan W.

    Nathan W. Stunt Coordinator

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    Anyone else have this album? If you do, does your copy have a minute long fadeout at the end of "You Can't Kill Rock and Roll?" The slow and gradual fadeout begins at about 6:00 and the song is 6:59 long. This ruins the guitar leadout here. The lead and rhythm guitars at the end of this song are incredible. I can listen from about 5:40 on over and over and over and it sounds better each time. But that dang fadeout requires me to crank the volume on my system.

    I have to ask myself, "Where does the song really end?" since the band is still jamming all the way until inaudibility. Lame!

    I would like to find a release that doesn't have this long fadeout. A ten second fadeout would have sufficed.
     
  2. Jeff_A

    Jeff_A Screenwriter

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    I disagree. The more Randy Rhoads the better. [​IMG]
     
  3. Mike Broadman

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    It's leaving the audience wanting more. Good stuff.
     
  4. Nathan W.

    Nathan W. Stunt Coordinator

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    You misunderstood me. Fadeout means decreasing the volume towards the end of a song and this song has a long and gradual fadeout that kills the excellent guitar finish.
     

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