#1
Ozzy is one of my favourite artists but I'm not that that familiar with his songs?


So what are some REALLY good Ozzy Osbourne songs?
#2
Any and all Ozzy solo era is not worth it and honestly a waste of time compared to his music done with Sabbath.

Stick to Sabbath and crew.
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#3
^^ knows nothing

check out Blizzard of Ozz + Diary of a Madman. Classic albums.

of the songs on there, Mr.Crowley, Revelations, SATO, Diary Of A Madman and Over The Mountain are awesome songs
#5
Quote by VampireGoldfish
Any and all Ozzy solo era is not worth it and honestly a waste of time compared to his music done with Sabbath.

Stick to Sabbath and crew.



While i dont agree that it was a waste of time i agree that you should sick to sabbath. Ozzy was good alone but he sure the hell was no BLACK SABBATH.
#6
The stuff with Randy is good.
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#7
i like ozzy with randy alot better than with sabbath. sorry guys.

but to contribute, crazy train, suicide solution, bark at the moon, no bone movies. those are my picks. yeah i like blizzard of ozz the best
#8
Quote by heavymetal31
Ozzy is one of my favourite artists but I'm not that that familiar with his songs?


So what are some REALLY good Ozzy Osbourne songs?


I dont get it, how can he be one of your favourite artists but not be familiar with his songs?
#9
Crowley, Crazy train, Miracle Man, Mama I'm Coming Home, No More tears, Bark at the Moon, Diary of a madman, Fire in the Sky
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#11
Quote by VampireGoldfish
Any and all Ozzy solo era is not worth it and honestly a waste of time compared to his music done with Sabbath.

Stick to Sabbath and crew.


Yeah that guy is an idiot there is alot of good music from Ozzy's solo career just start with Diary of a Madman and go from there and Don't forget Bark at The Moon. Alot of the music from Ozzy is more technical than the Sabbath Era but executed very well.

P.S. It really pisses me off that people give credit to Rhoads for writing Bark at the Moon. When Jake E. Lee wrote it. And don't forget Joe Holmes that guy was pretty insane as well.
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#12
No More Tears is an amazing song, by far one of my favorite Ozzy songs. Maybe check out some of his new stuff too.
#13
I wonder how old this kid is to say that Ozzy is a favorite artist but not familiar w/ his music... but yea, I would contribute, but everything I wanted to list has been listed, but I'm sure that there are others, listen to it all and judge it yourself.
#16
I love how all the pit kids oh so confidentially call me an idiot and make wild claims.

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#19
get tribute. its a live album and its amazing. and for songs no more tears, crazy train, mr. crowley, mama im comin home, crazy babies, diary of a madman, see you on the other side, suicide solution, bark at the moon, road to nowhere, and flying high again.
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#20
Quote by pantallica95
get tribute. its a live album and its amazing. and for songs no more tears, crazy train, mr. crowley, mama im comin home, crazy babies, diary of a madman, see you on the other side, suicide solution, bark at the moon, road to nowhere, and flying high again.


Yes, I got Tribute a few years ago and it's a great album. Honestly, the stuff RR did live was better than the studio, IMO.