The Essential Ozzy Osbourne (Remastered) Ozzy Osbourne
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- 1Crazy Train04:51
- 2Mr. Crowley05:00
- 3I Don't Know (Live 1981)05:40
- 4Suicide Solution04:17
- 5Goodbye to Romance05:33
- 6Over the Mountain04:31
- 7Flying High Again04:44
- 8Diary of a Madman06:14
- 9Paranoid (Live with Randy Rhoads)02:52
- 10Bark at the Moon04:16
- 11You're No Different05:02
- 12Rock 'n' Roll Rebel05:26
- 13Crazy Babies04:15
- 14Miracle Man03:48
- 15Fire in the Sky06:24
- 16Breakin' All the Rules05:14
- 17Mama, I'm Coming Home04:11
- 19No More Tears07:23
- 20Time After Time04:20
- 21Road to Nowhere05:09
- 22I Don't Want To Change The World (Live 1991-1992)04:05
- 23Perry Mason05:54
- 24I Just Want You04:56
- 25Thunder Underground06:29
- 26See You on the Other Side06:10
- 27Gets Me Through05:04
- 29No Easy Way Out05:06
Info for The Essential Ozzy Osbourne (Remastered)
29 highlights from Ozzy's solo career, stretching from the albums Blizzard of Ozz to Down to Earth , and featuring Bark at the Moon; No More Tears; Perry Mason; Mama, I'm Coming Home ; the live favorite I Don't Want to Change the World; Over the Mountain; Flying High; Crazy Train; Paranoid (live); Mr. Crowley, and more.
"Sony Music's "Essential" series of limited-edition two-disc compilations of major artists has been well-assembled generally, and Ozzy Osbourne's increased celebrity following the success of the "reality" TV series The Osbournes justifies his inclusion, as does his string of multi-platinum albums dating back to 1980. The 29-track collection presents most of the highlights of his solo career, from Blizzard of Ozz to Down to Earth, including such U.K. and/or U.S. hits as "Bark at the Moon," "No More Tears," "Perry Mason," and "Mama, I'm Coming Home," as well as the Grammy-winning live version of "I Don't Want to Change the World." Missing from the song list are such favorites as "Shot in the Dark," a Top 20 U.K. hit that made the Top Ten of Billboard's Mainstream Rock chart, and "Back on Earth," another major Mainstream Rock hit; both tracks can be found on the 1997 hits collection The Ozzman Cometh. And "Close My Eyes Forever," Osbourne's duet with Lita Ford, which was a gold-selling single and made the Top Ten of the Hot 100, is not in the Sony vaults and was not licensed. So, The Essential Ozzy Osbourne is not the perfect two-album sampler of Osbourne's solo career. But it is a very good one, and new fans attracted by the TV show who wonder what his music is like will get an accurate representation of it here." 8William Ruhlmann, AMG)
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