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Blizzard Of Ozz

by Ozzy Osbourne

Blizzard Of Ozz by Ozzy Osbourne

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Blizzard Of Ozz

by Ozzy Osbourne

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Label: Epic/Legacy
Paired with omnipotent Randy Rhoads on guitar, Ozzy stepped out on his first solo effort in 1980 with the easily recognizable "Crazy Train" and the wildly controversial "Mr. Crowley" and "Suicide Solution." Aside from making headlines, these nine timeless tracks demonstrate Ozzy's influence on metal's masses: Decades later, bands still follow in the Prince of Darkness's footsteps, echoing his clean, melodic vocals and storytelling lyrics. 2011's expanded edition revives the original rhythm tracks while adding an old B-side, a remixed "Goodbye To Romance" and a lost Rhoads solo.

About This Album

Paired with omnipotent Randy Rhoads on guitar, Ozzy stepped out on his first solo effort in 1980 with the easily recognizable "Crazy Train" and the wildly controversial "Mr. Crowley" and "Suicide Solution." Aside from making headlines, these nine timeless tracks demonstrate Ozzy's influence on metal's masses: Decades later, bands still follow in the Prince of Darkness's footsteps, echoing his clean, melodic vocals and storytelling lyrics. 2011's expanded edition revives the original rhythm tracks while adding an old B-side, a remixed "Goodbye To Romance" and a lost Rhoads solo.

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About This Album

Paired with omnipotent Randy Rhoads on guitar, Ozzy stepped out on his first solo effort in 1980 with the easily recognizable "Crazy Train" and the wildly controversial "Mr. Crowley" and "Suicide Solution." Aside from making headlines, these nine timeless tracks demonstrate Ozzy's influence on metal's masses: Decades later, bands still follow in the Prince of Darkness's footsteps, echoing his clean, melodic vocals and storytelling lyrics. 2011's expanded edition revives the original rhythm tracks while adding an old B-side, a remixed "Goodbye To Romance" and a lost Rhoads solo.