OZZY OSBOURNE
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John Michael "Ozzy" Osbourne (born 3 December 1948) is an English heavy metal vocalist and songwriter. Osbourne rose to prominence as lead singer of the pioneering English band Black Sabbath, whose dark and hard sound helped spawn the heavy metal genre. Due to his distinctive voice and Sabbath's style, Osbourne became known as the Prince of Darkness. Osbourne is also known as the Godfather of Heavy Metal. In the early 2000s, he became a star in his own reality show The Osbournes, alongside wife/manager Sharon and two of their three children, Kelly and Jack. A documentary about his life and career, God Bless Ozzy Osbourne, premiered in April 2011 at the Tribeca Film Festival and was released on DVD in November 2011. Osbourne has achieved multi-platinum status as a solo artist and with Black Sabbath and has sold over 100 million albums worldwide.

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OZZY OSBOURNE Discography

OZZY OSBOURNE albums / top albums

.. Album Cover 3.98 | 52 ratings
Blizzard Of Ozz
Traditional heavy metal 1980
.. Album Cover 4.06 | 41 ratings
Diary Of A Madman
Traditional heavy metal 1981
.. Album Cover 3.28 | 35 ratings
Bark At The Moon
Traditional heavy metal 1983
.. Album Cover 3.53 | 27 ratings
The Ultimate Sin
Traditional heavy metal 1986
.. Album Cover 3.54 | 24 ratings
No Rest For The Wicked
Traditional heavy metal 1988
.. Album Cover 3.84 | 31 ratings
No More Tears
Traditional heavy metal 1991
.. Album Cover 3.48 | 24 ratings
Ozzmosis
Traditional heavy metal 1995
.. Album Cover 3.42 | 14 ratings
Down To Earth
Traditional heavy metal 2001
.. Album Cover 2.25 | 8 ratings
Under Cover
Traditional heavy metal 2005
.. Album Cover 3.67 | 18 ratings
Black Rain
Traditional heavy metal 2007
.. Album Cover 3.47 | 21 ratings
Scream
Traditional heavy metal 2010

OZZY OSBOURNE EPs & splits

.. Album Cover 2.14 | 2 ratings
Mr. Crowley Live EP
Traditional heavy metal 1981
.. Album Cover 2.55 | 7 ratings
Just Say Ozzy
Traditional heavy metal 1990
.. Album Cover 2.00 | 1 ratings
iTunes Festival: London 2010
Traditional heavy metal 2010

OZZY OSBOURNE live albums

.. Album Cover 2.36 | 12 ratings
Speak Of The Devil
Traditional heavy metal 1982
.. Album Cover 4.06 | 15 ratings
Tribute
Traditional heavy metal 1987
.. Album Cover 3.31 | 8 ratings
Live & Loud
Traditional heavy metal 1993
.. Album Cover 3.18 | 6 ratings
Live At Budokan
Traditional heavy metal 2002

OZZY OSBOURNE demos, promos, fans club and other releases (no bootlegs)

OZZY OSBOURNE re-issues & compilations

.. Album Cover 5.00 | 1 ratings
Best Of Ozz
Traditional heavy metal 1989
.. Album Cover 5.00 | 2 ratings
Ten Commandments
Traditional heavy metal 1990
.. Album Cover 4.06 | 7 ratings
The Ozzman Cometh
Traditional heavy metal 1997
.. Album Cover 4.38 | 4 ratings
The Essential Ozzy Osbourne
Traditional heavy metal 2003
.. Album Cover 4.17 | 3 ratings
Prince Of Darkness
Traditional heavy metal 2005
.. Album Cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Memoirs Of A Madman
Traditional heavy metal 2014

OZZY OSBOURNE singles (36)

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2.00 | 1 ratings
Crazy Train
Traditional heavy metal 1980
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2.00 | 1 ratings
Mr. Crowley
Traditional heavy metal 1980
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2.00 | 1 ratings
Flying High Again
Traditional heavy metal 1981
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2.00 | 1 ratings
Mr. Crowley Live
Traditional heavy metal 1981
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2.00 | 1 ratings
Little Dolls
Traditional heavy metal 1982
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2.00 | 1 ratings
Paranoid
Traditional heavy metal 1982
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2.00 | 1 ratings
Over The Mountain
Traditional heavy metal 1982
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2.10 | 2 ratings
Bark At The Moon
Traditional heavy metal 1983
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2.00 | 1 ratings
So Tired
Traditional heavy metal 1984
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2.00 | 1 ratings
Shot In The Dark
Traditional heavy metal 1986
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2.00 | 1 ratings
Miracle Man
Traditional heavy metal 1988
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2.00 | 1 ratings
Back To Ozz
Traditional heavy metal 1988
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2.00 | 1 ratings
The Urpney Song
Traditional heavy metal 1990
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2.00 | 1 ratings
No More Tears
Traditional heavy metal 1991
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2.00 | 1 ratings
Time After Time
Traditional heavy metal 1992
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2.00 | 1 ratings
Road To Nowhere
Traditional heavy metal 1992
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2.00 | 1 ratings
Mr. Tinkertrain
Traditional heavy metal 1992
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2.00 | 2 ratings
Mama, I'm Coming Home
Traditional heavy metal 1992
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2.00 | 1 ratings
Changes
Traditional heavy metal 1993
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2.00 | 1 ratings
Perry Mason
Traditional heavy metal 1995
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2.00 | 1 ratings
See You On The Other Side
Traditional heavy metal 1995
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2.00 | 1 ratings
I Just Want You
Traditional heavy metal 1996
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2.00 | 1 ratings
Walk On Water
Traditional heavy metal 1996
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2.00 | 1 ratings
Back On Earth
Traditional heavy metal 1997
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2.00 | 1 ratings
Dreamer
Traditional heavy metal 2001
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2.00 | 1 ratings
Gets Me Through
Traditional heavy metal 2001
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2.00 | 1 ratings
Changes (With Kelly Osbourne)
Traditional heavy metal 2003
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2.00 | 1 ratings
Mississippi Queen
Traditional heavy metal 2005
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2.00 | 1 ratings
In My Life
Traditional heavy metal 2005
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2.00 | 1 ratings
I Don't Wanna Stop
Traditional heavy metal 2007
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2.00 | 1 ratings
Not Going Away
Traditional heavy metal 2007
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2.00 | 1 ratings
Black Rain
Traditional heavy metal 2007
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2.00 | 1 ratings
Life Won't Wait
Traditional heavy metal 2010
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1.95 | 2 ratings
Let Me Hear You Scream
Traditional heavy metal 2010
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2.00 | 1 ratings
How?
Traditional heavy metal 2010
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2.00 | 1 ratings
Let It Die
Traditional heavy metal 2011

OZZY OSBOURNE movies (DVD, Blu-Ray or VHS)

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4.48 | 4 ratings
The Ultimate Ozzy
Traditional heavy metal 1986
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4.00 | 2 ratings
Don't Blame Me: The Tales Of Ozzy Osbourne
Traditional heavy metal 1991
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3.67 | 5 ratings
Live & Loud
Traditional heavy metal 1993
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3.83 | 3 ratings
Live At Budokan
Traditional heavy metal 2002
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4.00 | 1 ratings
Double O: Unauthorized
Traditional heavy metal 2002
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4.00 | 1 ratings
Crown Prince Of Darkness
Traditional heavy metal 2002
.. Album Cover
4.00 | 1 ratings
Ozzy Osbourne's Ozzfest 10th Anniversary
Traditional heavy metal 2005
.. Album Cover
3.50 | 1 ratings
God Bless Ozzy Osbourne
Traditional heavy metal 2011

OZZY OSBOURNE Reviews

OZZY OSBOURNE The Ultimate Sin

Album · 1986 · Traditional heavy metal
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The mid-80s were a rough ride for the godfather of metal but somehow OZZY OSBOURNE was slogging through albeit with chemically fueled inspiration. At the point of recording his fourth studio album THE ULTIMATE SIN his life was once again in tumult and to be honest sounds like on this release which i find to be the weakest album of his 80s releases. As heard here, the music was clearly suffering mightily from the loss of the mighty Randy Rhoads who stoked OZZY’s newly found solo career into a fiery inferno and as much as he tried, newbie Jake E. Lee just wasn’t in the same league. While OZZY managed to keep the band together somewhat for “Bark At The Moon” with Bob Daisley remaining on drums and keeping the neoclassical formula of Rhoad’s songwriting in motion, by the time he got to THE ULTIMATE SIN his drug addiction which landed him in the Betty Ford Clinic had clearly taken its toll. Wisely he opted to drop the Rhoads inspired songwriting copycatism and move on to new pastures.

THE ULTIMATE sees the loss of both bassist Bob Daisley being replaced by Phil Soussan (Billy Idol, Vince Neil, John Waite etc) and drummer Tommy Aldridge who was replaced by Randy Castillo (Lita Ford etc). There was a different band in the works with some of the aforementioned but the Black Sabbath reunion for the 1985 Live Aid concert interfered with the process and caused a riff between the members leading to schisms. Add to that a major creativity slump and OZZY’s bout of insecurity seeing the once mighty leader of one of the first true metal bands resort to imitating his inferiors by going glam with a sudden propensity for bleached hair which made him look more like a British housewife who had been dipping into too many bonbons than a metal overlord pontificating the evils of war and corruption.

No, the mid-80s were not kind to the Madman and the music on THE ULTIMATE SIN is the perfect testament to this tumultuous period of the OZZ’s slump. This is one of those album’s i’ve owned forever just to have but in reality rarely listen to it. I just recently found a remastered copy which didn’t see remastering at the same time as the other albums due to all kinds of legal mumbo jumbo, so i thought i’d give it a spin after so many years and give with a seasoned perspective. Yep, just as i suspected. The only songs i remembered were the ones i still like. There is nothing wrong with this album per se but it is a trifling pittance in comparison to the Rhoads years. Something is just suffocating the whole creative process here and the band members don’t really seem to gel very well. The drums are lackadaisical, most of the songs are shallow glam metal arena anthems and even Jake E. Lee doesn’t get the chance to strut his stuff on this one as much as on the previous album.

The pressures were coming from every angle and of course something has to give. After two albums Jake E. Lee was mysteriously fired with a reason never given and Phil Soussan would also jump ship ushering in the return of Daisley to fill his former slot. While i find most of the tracks on this one to be forgettable Ozzy-by-the-numbers, there are four really strong tracks here that i still love after many years after having remembered that i like them! They are the title track, the coolest track on here: “Killer Of Giants,” “Fool Like You” and the hit single “Shot In The Dark” which all have some very catchy melodic developments and really don’t sound anything like anything OZZY had done before or after. THE ULTIMATE SIN remains a strange little enigmatic release in OZZY’s disco where it finds a tumultuous transitory stage in OZZY’s evolution to yield a few strong tracks with a bunch of okay-ish but unoutstanding glam metal offerings. Still though, if you worship the OZZ and respect him for what he’s delivered to the metal world, you will surely find this one in your collection for eternity, warts and all. A good album but with the coming of Zakk Wylde things would pick up starting on the next album.

OZZY OSBOURNE No More Tears

Album · 1991 · Traditional heavy metal
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England-born metal musician Ozzy Osbourne is most known for his gold strike with the creation of his band Black Sabbath during the late 60's. What is less known but still quite popular perhaps is Osbourne's solo career. Among his discography are albums such as Blizzard of Ozz (most well known for the singles 'Crazy Train' and 'Mr. Crowley') and Diary of a Madman, both released in the 80's. Osbourne's solo career is still continuing, his latest release being in 2010. Although he has a large collection of albums spanning over four decades, his most critically acclaimed period was during the aforementioned 1980's. While Osbourne left Black Sabbath in the late 70's, people started to get more bored with Osbournes music, or at least less interested than when albums like Blizzard of Ozz were popular. Then came the era of grunge and pop punk, and Osbourne produced still more albums. Among these and one of the earlier ones was the 1991 release of No More Tears. The album was met with positive applause, reaching the "Top 200" Billboard at number 7. The album did remarkably well, and Osbourne had definitely achieved what was perhaps his best hit in the 90's.

Osbourne brings back to the table the classic sound of Sabbath that was loved by metal-heads who adored the style that the band had before Dio took over. The album is overall much more different from what Ozzy unsuccessfully tried to do before he left the band. While Never Say Die and Technical Ecstasy where very centered around a AC/DC-esque pop hard rock angle, No More Tears brings in ripping chords and meaty bass. The album comes in at a decent note, with the track 'Mr. Tinkertrain', although the song has a little too much synth-y floating in it for my tastes. Not that in general is a bad, but too much of it without a good balance of normal metal offsets it too much for me. The album does quickly regain footing and with a roar with my personal favorite track titled 'I Don't Want To Change The World". Living up to its title, the song resembles very traditional Sabbath that I loved so much about albums like Master of Reality and Vol. 4.

In the album there also lies a few ballads. 'Time After Time' and 'Mama, I'm Coming Home' are among the most prominent of the eleven total tracks. The latter comes directly after 'I Don't Want to Change The World', so it sort of offsets what the song achieved. Although the song is much more based in a poppy major key, it's decent. Arena rock is very present, sort of Bon Jovi like. I give it a pass though because it's Ozzy and not Jovi. 'S.I.N.' sounds very reminiscent of Paranoid era Sabbath, with a great composition and awesome fluidity of chords and riffing. Then there are the obligatory slammers that are meant to be, well, slamming you with their pure metallic power. These would be 'Desire' and 'Hellraiser', with very heavy, trudging notes with Ozzy vocal effects thrown in and some periods (Laughing being the most heard). The final track that particularly stands out is the title track. Coming in at an unusual 7:24, this epic is very experimental in the way of Ozzys music. The song mixes interesting compositions of things that range from flat out riffing to interesting effect segments that makes the track seem oddly progressive. The song mixes in radio speech and Supertramp like piano in one segment, with some very 70's-ish synth thrown in. It does give some Ozzy zest though with pounding drums from Castillo and of course the funky bass line that opened it. It is a really enjoyable song, especially when the echoing and, of course, Ozzys fantastic vocals.

Ozzy Osbournes blast into the 90's was explosive, pounding, and extremely enjoyable. Most definitely my favorite from the mans personal discography, and it will most certainly live in my heart as a metal highlight of the 90's and perhaps of traditional metal in general. I suggest that anyone who hasn't listened to it immediately, especially if you crave more Ozzy - era Sabbath material.

OZZY OSBOURNE Blizzard Of Ozz

Album · 1980 · Traditional heavy metal
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This has always been one of my favorites and a classic any fans of metal music have surely heard and if you have been living on this planet in the last 30 years and have listened to any classic rock station then you have surely heard the overplayed-to-death track “Crazy Train.” This was Ozzy's first solo album but the record company originally wanted the new band to be called “Son Of Sabbath.” Ozzy hated that idea and considered calling the band “Blizzard Of Ozz” but when all was said and done it was decided to simply make it a solo Ozzy album instead.

After Ozzy left Black Sabbath he struggled to find a new direction to follow. With countless recommendations he eventually ended up recruiting Bob Daisley on bass, who would also contribute to the songwriting process, Lee Kerslake on drums and the newest sensation in the musical world Mr. Randy Rhoads on guitar who took Ozzy's sound into a whole new level of musical credibility. This was a unique crossroads in metal. By combining the lyrics and feel of the doom metal from Black Sabbath with the classical guitar inspired metal that started with Ritchie Blackmore in Deep Purple with the pyrotechnic flair of Eddie Van Halen, Ozzy and Randy Rhoads gave all of metal a facelift of sort ushering in a new era of traditional heavy metal and thus leaving behind his former legacy as lead singer with Sabbath by separating himself from that sound.

This album is simply a brilliant concoction of classically inspired metal that maintains the catchy riffs of Sabbath but with more sophisticated compositions and the pyrotechnic antics making this an exciting, energetic and dynamic metal masterpiece. The lyrics are somewhat philosophical and retrospective of social issues but Ozzy tends to never over-complicate things thus they are amazingly accessible at the same time.

My favorites on this album include “Suicide Solution,” “Mr. Crowley” and the last two songs that run into each other. The incredible mini-suite performance of “Revelation (Mother Earth)” and it's bombastic counterpart “Steal Away (The Night).” Songs like “Mr. Crowley” were also revolutionary in how Randy Rhoads composed his songs. He eschewed the predictability of where to expect guitar solos, bridges etc while maintaining a somewhat familiar song structure at the same time. He was a master of keeping a sensual organic feel while incorporating lightning fast runs that inspired the neoclassical shredders that followed.

I was perplexed as to why this says it is a 1980 release when my copies say 1981. Turns out it wasn't released in the US until 81. Mystery solved. I feel no need to compare this with Black Sabbath 2.0 with Dio. Both Sabbath and Ozzy were doing interesting things at this point which is the exception rather than the rule of classic bands who split up.

As much as I love this album I do have to admit that it's not perfect. As has been stated countless times before, the unanimous opinion of the two weak tracks here are “Goodbye To Romance” and “No Bone Movies.” I am in the same camp that these indeed should have been replaced by other stronger tracks and Ozzy needed to get away from the whole mandatory ballad inclusion game, but I have to also say that these songs have grown on me to the point where although I don't love them, I don't hate them either. Based on the strength of the rest of the album alone this is a 4.5 star one for me.

OZZY OSBOURNE Under Cover

Album · 2005 · Traditional heavy metal
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UMUR
"Under Cover" is the 9th full-length studio album by UK heavy metal artist Ozzy Osbourne. The album was released through Epic Records in November 2005. The album is a compilation of cover tracks. Nine of the thirteen (ten if you count the bonus track) also appeared on the 4 disc "Prince of Darkness" box set released in March 2005. Session musicians for the project are guitarist Jerry Cantrell (Alice in Chains), drummer Mike Bordin (Faith no More) and bassist Chris Wyse.

Ozzy Osbourne has chosen to cover tracks from, among others, Joe Walsh, The Beatles, King Crimson, Cream and The Crazy World of Arthur Brown. Some covers are better than others, but none of them really shine. It´s all a bit flat and uninspired. Things aren´t helped along by the polished sound production, which doesn´t exactly spell rock´n´roll blood, sweat and tears but rather dollars and mainstream appeal. I have absolutely no problem with the latter if the project felt honest and sounded great, but that´s not exactly the case here. If the booklet at least had told a story to each track about why Ozzy Osbourne had chosen to cover those particular tracks and what the tracks meant to him, it might have given the album another dimension, but of course it wouldn´t change the fact that "Under Cover" sounds a bit tired and dare I say soulless. Maybe best exemplified by the fact that the cover of "21st Century Schizoid Man" by King Crimson leaves out the kickass progressive middle part and turns even that badass track into an easily digestable mainstream heavy metal track. Where´s the grit and bite in that? The very soul of heavy rock/metal is simply missing here. Yes quite a few of the tracks are rock ballads and therefore shouldn´t be faulted for not being metal, but you don´t need to arrange them in the most saccarine way possible. Too many of the ballads on Ozzy´s own albums can be a bit of a trial to get through already and the ones on this album come off even worse.

While I´m tempted to give this album a really low rating, as it goes against just about everything I believe that rock/metal is and should be (call me conservative if you will), "Under Cover" does come off as a professional product, written and performed by professionals and I guess the craftmanship deserves a 2.5 star (50%) rating. I ain´t happy about it though and I certainly wouldn´t recommend "Under Cover" to anyone I know.

OZZY OSBOURNE Bark At The Moon

Album · 1983 · Traditional heavy metal
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Bark At the Moon performed well enough commercially to put Ozzy's solo career back on stable ground after the death of Randy Rhoads threatened to derail it. However, whilst Jake E. Lee is a perfectly competent guitarist, he seems more prone to playing it safe than Randy was and doesn't bring any comparably exciting riffs and solos to the table - and come to think of it, the album as a whole is rather Ozzy-by-numbers.

There's the typical sappy ballad (So Tired, in this case), because for some reason Osbourne keeps thinking he can pull off that sort of material, there's at least one song with an irritatingly repetitive chorus (Now You See It Now You Don't), there's dull baiting of evangelists (You're No Different) and playing up of the Ozzy legend (Rock and Roll Rebel) because Ozzy had hit that tedious point in an artist's career in which the artist will delude themselves into thinking singing about their own image is useful and innovative, and so on.

On the whole, there's absolutely nothing unexpected about the album except for two tracks - Spiders, a synthesiser-heavy experiment which is one of the goofiest tracks Ozzy has ever sung, and the title track, which is genuinely good fun if you're into pop-metal. At this point in time, Blizzard of Ozz and Diary of a Madman had set a pattern for what was expected from an Ozzy album, and Bark At the Moon doesn't deviate from that in any significant respect.

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OZZY OSBOURNE God Bless Ozzy Osbourne

Movie · 2011 · Traditional heavy metal
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It is an interesting documentary that tries to focus on his personal life. But it stays in the middle of the road in the end.

You have this big and interesting chunk talking about Sabbath then when it comes to his solo career they talk about 2 albums and... that's it.

Look, if you're doing a documentary or you focus on the music or in the person, every documentary that tries to do both end up staying in the middle of the fail road.

This is interesting, it gives you an idea how Ozzy was really in bad shape for so many years and how he turned things around, but it's far away from being a great and complete documentary.

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