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No More Tears

20 May 2002 | Format: MP3

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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 22 Oct 2001
  • Release Date: 22 Oct 2001
  • Label: Epic
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  • Total Length: 1:06:15
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  • ASIN: B006IVFQ1I
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 28,981 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Will on 31 July 2003
Format: Audio CD
In my opinion, this is one of Ozzy's best albums to date and certainly has more variety in music than a great deal of his other records. It features songs which will appeal to a vast range of different listeners. The hard rock, classic Ozzy fans will enjoy the heavy tracks such as 'I don't wanna change the world', 'Desire', 'S.I.N' and 'Hellraiser' while the listeners who prefer softer tones will fall in love with the epic single, 'Mama, i'm coming home' which is written for Ozzy's wife, Sharon. There also some classics on this album, most obviously, the title track, 'No more tears'.
All in all, this is a great album and for any one who is interested, it was the first album Ozzy had recorded in his solo career while sober.
As Ozzy says himself, "I play this album all the time and I still think it sounds really good." If you buy this album, i'm sure you will agree with the Pince of Darkness
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Tommy_99 on 17 Nov 2010
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Ozzy made some good albums, but No More Tears is by far his best outing. Ozzy surrounds himself with a bunch of good musicians (Wylde!) and gets help from Lemmy (Motörhead) with the songwriting. From start to finish, No More Tears rocks. Get it, you won't regret it.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By R. Clive on 18 Sep 2001
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This album means more about Zakk Wylde than Ozzy to me....I mean From the first tune 'Mr Tinkertrain' all the way through to 'Road to Nowhere'....There is great guitar riff after great guitar riff...... Even the album filler of 'Zombie Stomp' has a great Riff to it.... Well done Zakk You have done yourself proud........ So if you are a fan of Zakk Wylde or Even Hard Rock this is a must have album....
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Timelord007 TOP 500 REVIEWER on 28 Feb 2014
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This album released in 1991 was Ozzys first album he wrote & recorded sober & drug free after his recent spell in rehab & the results speak for themselves as this album delivers quality rock anthems & superb riffs by Guitar frontman Zack Wylde.

From it's opening rock track of Mr Tinkertrain to the final track Party With The Animals, Ozzy delivers rock anthem classics as Ozzys voice has never sounded better than he does on this album.

I Don't Want To Change The World, Desire, Hellraiser, each song has a significance to Ozzys life at the time of recording the album & Ozzy delivers full on rock songs & beautiful harmonys on track's Mama I'm Coming Home which is a song he wrote about his wife Sharon.

This album is over 60 minutes long yet it's a album of consistent quailty songs & not one track on this album is filler.

This album is one you'll keep playing time after time & showcases why Ozzy Osbourne is Rock's Prince Of Darkness.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Gentlegiantprog TOP 500 REVIEWER on 4 Aug 2011
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Ozzy Osbourne's No More Tears album came out in 1991, it was his six full length studio outing as a solo artist and Osbourne entered the 1990s in spectacular fashion. This was the second album to feature guitarist Zack Wylde, following the excellent No Rest For The Wicked album.

No More Tears was a smash hit multi-platinum album that found Osbourne and his band in ambitious new territory, modernizing their sound with some strong turn of the decade hard rock influences and some songwriting help from the legendary Lemmy. Zack Wylde even managed to add a little southern rock influences into the overall sound in the odd place here and there.

The vast majority of music on No More Tears is pretty much faultless, mixing atmospheric ballads with bouncy and heavy rock numbers full of Zack's amazing guitar flourishes, creating a superb heavy metal sound.

Standout tracks include the incredibly catchy `S.I.N,' as well as `Desire,' and the famous `Mama I'm Comin Home,' all of which are some of Ozzy's finest ever compositions.

The album isn't just a few good tracks and a bunch of filler however as No More Tears is consistent of quality throughout, arguably one of Ozzy's most solid records to date. On top of all this; the production is pretty much perfect, Ozzy is at the top of his game in terms of vocals and the band are all on top form.

Overall, No More Tears is one of Ozzy's best albums and an absolute must own for fans. If you have any interest in Ozzy you should check it out.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By James Harding on 9 Jan 2003
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This album is one of Ozzy's best. The album starts off with a slow melody played on guitar but don't be fooled! This cd is full of crunching guitar riffs, southern rock influenced solos and even a rock ballad as well. Zakk makes great use of pinch harmonics, and his solos show why he is one the THE metal gods. Hard to pick out highlights but some of my favourites are "Mr Tinkertrain" "I Don't Want to change the world" "Mama I'm Coming Home" and "Desire". I also strongly recommend that you buy "Blizzard of Ozz" and "Diary of a Madman" both by Ozzy.
5 out of 5 for this album, any old school metal fan should have it!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mr. D. M. Cooper on 28 May 2001
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What can i say about 'No More Tears'? well for one its a fanastic album.From the creepy 'Mr Tinkertrain', Till the end the songs blast out with brain swilling riffs and monster lyrics from the classic man of rock.This album is a must buy.....
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 10 Sep 2000
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With this album Ozzy has seemed to have reached a turning point in his life having finally got over the death of Randy Rhodes. The opening track, Mr Tinkertrain, starts of very slowly then bursts into life to become a fast hard heavy rockin' song. The star of the album is I Don't Want To Change the World, a song full of vitality and deep meaningful lyrics that earned the great man a Grammy for the song. Ozzy wrote one of his most powerful ballads in the track Mama, I'm Coming Home and the track enjoyed mild success when released as a single. I wonder if Ozzy was writing a self-portrait when he penned the track Hellraiser, for what better description of the man could you ever find. He also tackles the problems he has had with drugs and alcohol during the track Zombie Stomp and writing the track maybe he realised that he was over doing it, just a bit! The final track on the album, Road To Nowhere is a good fast heavy metal track that reflects on his life up to now and how he has had no regrets and would do it all again.
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