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The OZZman Cometh

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  • Audio CD (13 Dec. 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sony Music CMG
  • ASIN: B000024VSJ
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Mini-Disc
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 112,602 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Black Sabbath
  2. War Pigs
  3. Goodbye To Romance
  4. Crazy Train
  5. Mr. Crowley
  6. Over The Mountain
  7. Paranoid
  8. Bark At The Moon
  9. Shot In The Dark
  10. Crazy Babies
  11. No More Tears
  12. "Mama, I'm Coming Home"
  13. I Don't Want To Change The World (Live)
  14. I Just Want You
  15. Back On Earth

Product Description

OZZY OSBOURNE The Ozzman Cometh (1997 Australian 18-track double CD featuring a collection of classic songs including Crazy Train Mr Crowley & Mama Im Coming Home the bonus disc features the previously unreleased versions of Fairies Wear Boots Behind The Wall Of Sleep and an Interview with Ozzy from 1988; complete with picture sleeve & hype stickered case)

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A great album Another must have album for most Ozzy Osbourne fan's
with lot's of songs old and some new ones as well from Ozzy fantastic stuff
not to be missed..
Sad to say this but some songs or tunes have bean redone in a new style...
But this is a album from Ozzy doing his own thing these days
So five gold stars for this album and for the music... fantastic stuff
Plus I must add that some of the album covers go down very well adding
a new touch to his music....
Bringing out new songs all the time brilliant...
OK I hear you say it's not that new but for some it mite be for their collection
(see photo's with my review )
Now don't forget to play them loud and enjoy them on good speakers
from AMAZON's DJ Speaker store...
from SATAN

P.S... yes the big one's flash to the music...
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First of, this album is excellent. There's a great selection of tracks here, ranging from early Black Sabbath stuff to Ozzmosis. There's some classic material for all the fans to sink their fangs into, including all the hits like Bark At The Moon, Shot In The Dark and an oddly edited version of No More Tears. Plus there's new material to make the purchase justifiable - pointless demos of early Sabbath stuff and a great new song, Back On Earth. However, this is not a complete collection. Where are the real Ozzy fan favourites - The Ultimate Sin, Lightning Strikes, Tomorrow, Old L.A. Tonight, Suicide Solution? They're not here, and that's a real shame. However, every metal fan should own this album - it's full of top songs and it's a sheer classic.
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classical album of Ozzy!
well,aren't they all???
I would say that the choic eof titles of this album
make it an unavoidable item to own for every
good ozzy fan!
a great buy anyway!and not too expensive!
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Is it really a 'Greatest Hits' package? More a few select tracks from different points in his life, and IMO not even the best songs. No doubt, hardcore fans already have these tracks but this is, nevertheless, an interesting collection for the casual fan, with a mix of great, good & rare songs from throughout his career.
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Black sabbath aside, Old oz has dished out some highly variable stuff over the years, from the classic debut to the goddam awful 'Ultimate Sin' and beyond. The main reason for his ongoing success is he (or Sharon?) picks top-notch supporting musicians.
Make no mistake, Randy Rhoads and Bob Daisley created the bulk of the Ozz classics in the 80's. Which brings me to my main gripe with the album - the wholly misleading sleeve notes, which have no reference to Daisley as Ozzy's prime lyicist (no doubt due to the ensuing legal battle by Bob for unpaid royalties fron the Osbounre empire) They even have the gall to bastardise his name- deliberately in my opinion- to 'Bob Daisy' !!!! Ditto for Bob's co-respondent Phil Soussan ('Phil Susan')
Such cheap shots seriously devalue what musical merit is on the CD, but then is typical of Mizz Shaz O, who had Daisley & Kerslake's parts re-recorded by others for the re-issues of the first few albums a few years ago.
If you wanna hear Ozzy in all his fractured glory (before he met Sharon and became a media whore) then pick up the first 4 Sabbath albums and leave this flawed collection on the shelf.
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Good album with some interesting early Sabbath recordings and the bonus of an extra new track, Back on Earth.
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