17 Songs, 1 Hour 17 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Ozzy Osbourne wrote the script for heavy metal back in the ‘70s with Black Sabbath. By 1980, he was writing his next chapter with a solo career that exceeded everyone’s expectations. This 17-track career overview is presented in chronological order, beginning with the classic tracks Osbourne recorded with the late guitarist Randy Rhoads (“Crazy Train,” “Flying High Again”) all the way through to “Let Me Hear You Scream” from his 2010 studio album Scream. An unreleased 2010 live recording of “Paranoid” is a bonus, while songs like “Miracle Man,” “No More Tears,” and “Mama, I’m Coming Home” show Osbourne's deft way with pop hooks.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Apple Digital Master

EDITORS’ NOTES

Ozzy Osbourne wrote the script for heavy metal back in the ‘70s with Black Sabbath. By 1980, he was writing his next chapter with a solo career that exceeded everyone’s expectations. This 17-track career overview is presented in chronological order, beginning with the classic tracks Osbourne recorded with the late guitarist Randy Rhoads (“Crazy Train,” “Flying High Again”) all the way through to “Let Me Hear You Scream” from his 2010 studio album Scream. An unreleased 2010 live recording of “Paranoid” is a bonus, while songs like “Miracle Man,” “No More Tears,” and “Mama, I’m Coming Home” show Osbourne's deft way with pop hooks.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

2.4 out of 5
114 Ratings

114 Ratings

staten_stl ,

Please Stop

This is what's wrong with rock. Nothing new or exciting. Just the same music over and over again. Love you Ozzy but no more greatest hits, ever.....

Gtar1 ,

Greatest Hits...again

I already have this new album. Composed of the respective original works. Old school sound, not altered. It would be nice if the Prince of Darkness would put something new out there.

Joey Figg ,

Hmmm

A preorder for another Ozzy hits package?

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