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Blizzard of Ozz (Expanded Edition)

30 May 2011 | Format: MP3

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  • Original Release Date: 27 May 2011
  • Release Date: 27 May 2011
  • Label: Epic/Legacy
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  • Total Length: 50:41
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  • ASIN: B00508KSXG
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (31 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 4,680 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By S. Monks on 5 Jun 2011
Format: Audio CD
At last Ozzy and Randy's albums have been released with some added extras and the original bass and drum tracks from Lee Kerslake and Bob Daisley put back in the mix. Finally youger rockers can hear these classic albums how they where supposed to sound and its about time too!!! The bass and drums sound so warm and the guitar feels more prominent than I remember on the original recordings but I am not complaining about that, it is Randy Rhoads after all!!! I love this album so much and Randy's playing is stellar throughout and the fact that Ozzy still plays many of these tracks live is testament to the brilliance of the playing and writing throughout. Too many favourites too mention here and there is no such thing as a bad Randy Rhoads song or solo the man was a genius. How can you argue with Mr Crowley, I Don't Know, Suicide Solution, Revelation Mother Earth, Dee and Goodbye To Romance. The extra tracks are great too - Looking At Me Looking At You was on the last remasters of these cd's but sounds so much better with the original bass and drum tracks. A real gem is the extra track is Goodbye To Romance guitar and vocal mix which is a version of this song with just Ozzy's vocal and Randy's guitar and this highlights what a gorgeous song this was, and the solo remains one of my favourites of all time!! The last extra track is called RR and is a recording of Randy playing some solos and riffs in the studio. This was very illuminating and a real treat for Randy fans like me. If you have never heard this cd or Diary of A Madman then this is the time to buy them. Thanks Ozzy for writing the wrongs of the previous versions of these releases and finally doing justice to rock musics greatest ever guitarist!! Ps my only gripe is that the expensive box set edition of these releases is the only one with the dvd documentary included and as any stuff by Randy is very rare I would love to see this released seperately!! RIP Randy
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Timelord007 TOP 500 REVIEWER on 9 Sep 2014
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Blizzard Of Ozz (Expanded Reissued Edition).

CD Info.
1xCD
Remastered/Reissued Original Track Recording.
Includes Free AutoRip Download

Track Listing.
1. I Don't Know
2. Crazy Train
3. Goodbye To Romance
4. Dee
5. Suicide Solution
6. Mr. Crowley
7. No Bone Movies
8. Revelation (Mother Earth)
9. Steal Away (The Night)
10. You Lookin' At Me Lookin' At You
11.Goodbye To Romance (Guitar & Vocal Mix)
12.Outtakes From The Blizzard Of Ozz Recording Sessions

Timelord Thoughts.
Thankfully Blizzard Of Oz has been released with the original drum & bass tracks mix from Lee Kerslake & Bob Daisley & can now be heard as it was originally intended to sound & features the genius guitar riffs of the late Randy Rhoads & Ozzys lead vocals at there very best.

Crazy Train, Mr Crowley, I Don't Know, Suicide Solution, Revelation (Mother Earth) & Goodbye To Romance are classic Ozzy & Randy songs which now have a sharper warmer clarity sound to them on this remastered release that are enhanced by Lee Kerslake & Bob Daisleys original drum & bass mix capturing the original 80's vibe of the album instead of that dire 2002 version which featured Mike Bordin & Rob Trujillo redub the original Lee Kerslake & Bob Daisleys drum & bass sections out of the mix, while the extra tracks included here are a welcome bonus if not essential edition to the album.

This is how Blizzard Of Ozz should sound & is without doubt the best CD edition to purchase as it showcases the vocal skills & musical genius of Brummies greatest rocker; Ozzy Osbourne & the phenomenal guitar playing by late Randy Rhoads who are at there fist pumping rocking best.

Timelord Rating.
10/10
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 4 Jan 2003
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This has to be one of the classic heavy metal albums of all time. It has everything a good one needs, and then some. Not only is Ozzy voice at its best in songs such as Mother Earth (Revalation) and Mr Crowley, Randy Rhoads, one of the best guitarists ever in my opinion, adds his distictive touch to all the songs, especially Suicide Solution (this is amazing live, the MP3 is available on KaZaA). This is an amazing album all round, I recommend it.
We miss you Randy, but we'll never forget your skill wit the axe. RIP, Randy RHhods.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By JJ on 22 Aug 2011
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This album is what Heavy Metal was and is all about. Ozzy's comeback from the Sabbath couldn't have been better positioned and the album introduced the world to the immense talent of Randy Rhoads. His guitar tone on this album is huge and his playing continues to inspire. What is special about this album are the song's melodies and hooks. Whether I am just stuck in a timewarp, but it always amazes me that I always turn to past glories since very little new music inspires me as a guitar player.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By tim.green@guardian.co.uk on 14 Sep 2000
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This is Ozzy's finest hour.Not one song is duff.The brillance of Ozzy's manic wail & the neo-classical screaming of the late great Randy Rhoades' guitar makes this the pinacle of Mr.Osbourne's career.The dramatic Revelation Mother Earth is a stormer which means that from the blistering start of I Don't Know & Crazy Train the album never slows down. Devil worship I think not just great rock.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By D. Fleming on 10 Jun 2013
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With Ozzy's current iconic status and high profile, it might be hard to imagine that 33 years ago 'Blizzard of Ozz' could have made or broken his career. Since his sacking by Black Sabbath in 1979, his former band had gone on to release one of the classic heavy metal albums in the form of 'Heaven and Hell' and the pressure was on Osbourne.

Fortunately for both he and music fans, Ozzy had 'discovered' former Quiet Riot guitarist Randy Rhoads - the legend has it he was instantly recruited when a drunken Ozzy heard him tuning up - and this pairing helped produce a record that took Osbourne's career to a new level.

The 2011 re-issues thankfully restore the original rhythm sections recordings, and add a couple of extra bonus tracks. Some of the production does sound a little dated, but that doesn't take away from the quality of the record and Rhoad's amazing guitar work.
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