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My guess is that "at best" this means no more long tours. Butler and Iommi have already raised the possibility of recording or one off shows.

Of course, The Who were true to their word so maybe Sabbath will be too! :)

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Yeah, Yeah--seen it before, been there, done that, etc, etc...

I am skeptical whenever I hear these things--but you never know...
 

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Geezer is 67, Ozzy is 68 and Tony is 69. Only Geezer is healthy enough to really continue. Bill Ward hasn't been able to play drums good enough for years do to health problems. They will soon reach their expiry date. Look what happens when you perform past the date - Johnny Winter for one.
 

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Look what happens when you perform past the date - Johnny Winter for one.
Or BB King
James Brown
Rolling Stones
Slade (all but Noddy are still trying to perform)
George Clinton and P-Funk

Lots of senior citizens on tour and have died on tour (unfortunatly)
 

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We can add Paul McCartney to the list as well. He lost his vocals a number of years ago. Anything beyond a 1/2 note is just about impossible for him to carry.
 

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We can add Paul McCartney to the list as well. He lost his vocals a number of years ago. Anything beyond a 1/2 note is just about impossible for him to carry.
That's what he gets for not signing a pre-nup with his x-wife (I know that may be inaccurate but hey...)
 
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