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All Music Guide - William Ruhlmann
Ozzy Osbourne's debut solo album was originally credited to the band Blizzard of Ozz, an appropriate designation since the songs were written and produced by Osbourne with guitarist Randy Rhoads, bassist Bob Daisley, and drummer Lee Kerslake, and because the album is remembered as a showcase for Rhoads. In this refurbished version, which features some newly recorded overdubs and which has been remixed and remastered, Rhoads again stands out for his effective guitar work, but one is also struck by the lyrical persona Osbourne was presenting to the world on his maiden voyage after Black Sabbath. Clearly, his sacking by his former band and the resulting binge of ...
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696998524729 New. Blizzard of Ozz [Extra Tracks] Audio CD By Ozzy Osbourne (Artist) Product Details Disc 1 1 I Don't Know (5:16) 2 Crazy Train (4:54) 3 Goodbye to Romance (5:35) ... 4 Dee (0:49) 5 Suicide Solution (4:20) 6 Mr. Crowley (4:56) 7 No Bone Movies (3:58) 8 Revelation (Mother Earth) (6:09) 9 Steal Away (The Night) (3:29) 10 You Lookin' at Me Lookin' at You (4:19) Audio CD (April 2, 2002) Original Release Date: 1981 Number of Discs: 1 Format: Extra tracks Label: Sony ASIN: B000063DFT UPC: 696998524729 Read more Show Less

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U.S. A 2002 Audio CD New New. Blizzard of Ozz [Extra Tracks] Audio CD By Ozzy Osbourne (Artist) Product Details Disc 1 1 I Don't Know (5: 16) 2 Crazy Train (4: 54) 3 Goodbye to ... Romance (5: 35) 4 Dee (0: 49) 5 Suicide Solution (4: 20) 6 Mr. Crowley (4: 56) 7 No Bone Movies (3: 58) 8 Revelation (Mother Earth) (6: 09) 9 Steal Away (The Night) (3: 29) 10 You Lookin' at Me Lookin' at You (4: 19) Audio CD (April 2, 2002) Original Release Date: 1981 Number of Discs: 1 Format: Extra tracks Label: Sony ASIN: B000063DFT UPC: 696998524729. Read more Show Less

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All Music Guide - William Ruhlmann
Ozzy Osbourne's debut solo album was originally credited to the band Blizzard of Ozz, an appropriate designation since the songs were written and produced by Osbourne with guitarist Randy Rhoads, bassist Bob Daisley, and drummer Lee Kerslake, and because the album is remembered as a showcase for Rhoads. In this refurbished version, which features some newly recorded overdubs and which has been remixed and remastered, Rhoads again stands out for his effective guitar work, but one is also struck by the lyrical persona Osbourne was presenting to the world on his maiden voyage after Black Sabbath. Clearly, his sacking by his former band and the resulting binge of depression and substance abuse that took up 1979 were still much on his mind when he came to record this album in the spring of 1980, and the songs are full of references to alcoholism "Suicide Solution," said to have been inspired as well by the alcohol-related death of AC/DC singer Bon Scott, Satanism "Mr. Crowley," which pondered the legacy of Satanist Alistair Crowley, and addiction to pornography "No Bone Movies". The singer opened the album by disclaiming any pretensions to wisdom "I Don't Know" and sounded like he was mourning his departure from Black Sabbath on the ballad "Goodbye to Romance." But "Crazy Train" and "Revelation Mother Earth" suggested that there was some reason for hope on a global basis and, by the end of the album, "Steal Away The Night" indicated he had worked his way through his troubles to a new optimism. The bonus track, "You Lookin' at Me Lookin' at You," apparently an album outtake with new bass and drum parts added by Robert Trujillo and Mike Bordin, is another example of Rhoads' majestic playing and is actually one of the disc's catchier tracks.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/2/2002
  • Label: Sony
  • UPC: 696998524729
  • Catalog Number: 85247

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Ozzy Osbourne Primary Artist, Vocals, Vocal Harmony
Don Airey Keyboards
Mike Bordin Percussion, Drums, Gong
Bob Daisley Gong, Bass Guitar, Vocals, Harmony
Lee Kerslake Percussion, Drums, Timpani, Tubular Bells
Mark Lennon Background Vocals
Randy Rhoads Guitar
Danny Saber Tubular Bells
Robert Trujillo Bass Guitar
John Shanks Background Vocals
Technical Credits
Ozzy Osbourne Producer
David Coleman Art Direction
Bob Daisley Producer
Lee Kerslake Producer
Stephen Marcussen Remastering
Max Norman Engineer
Thom Panunzio Engineer, Remixing
Randy Rhoads Producer
Chris Athens Mastering
Phil Alexander Liner Notes
German Villacorta Engineer, Remixing
Stacey Boyle Tape Research
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    The Best Ozzy

    Ozzy's debut is also his best. This album contains the signature Ozzy song Crazy Train. It also contains The Prince of Darkness' most controversial songs, Suicide Solution and Mr. Crowley. It gives a rare look into the Ozz-man's mind with Good Bye to Romance, about his break-up with Sabbath. It also contains the surprisingly deep Revolution (Mother Earth) about the way we are destroying the Earth.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Ozzy, Ozzy, Ozzy...

    This album belongs to hard rock history. All the tracks are good also live but these studio versions are fabulous. This album contains the real Ozzy power, like it was in 1980's. Track "Suicide Solution2, for example, tells how awful someone might have and how hard it is to get over it. "Revelation (Mother Earth)" is a beutiful song. As a kid I started to cry. It tells about the evil that men do all the time. 'I don't know' and 'Crazy Train' capture the power of true hard rock

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Blizzard of Ozz. One heck of a snow storm!

    Blizzard of Ozz is my absolute favorite album. Randy Rhoads(guitarist)definetly shines on this album along with Ozzy's eerie vocals. If you like heavy metal with classic guitar riffs you will love Blizzard of Ozz.

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