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Catalog Number: 88697 05334 2
|1.||Not Going Away|
|2.||I Don't Wanna Stop|
|4.||Lay Your World On Me|
|5.||God Bless The Almighty Dollar|
|7.||Civilize The Universe|
|8.||Here For You|
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|From: juan carlos||Date: May 26, 2007 at 22:11|
|Un tanto decepcionante a primeras escuchas. Paso las tres primeras (demasiado pesadas, repetitivas y/o monótonas que no estan nada buenas que digamos), "Lay Your World On Me" y "Here For You" son las baladas muy buenas con el sello Ozzy, las mejores del disco. De ahí me gustan solo retazos como los riffs pesados en "God Bless The Almighty Dollar", el gran solo y riff en la mitad del tema "11 Silver", el riff en el minuto 2 de "Trap Door".. solo retazos. Pesado está el album pero a vote.. 7/10|
|From: poproxx2007||Date: May 27, 2007 at 3:50|
|You can tell the Ozz was inspired here and really tried. "I Don't Wanna Stop" is a kick in the balls few expected after becoming TV's favorite Dad and a parody of himself. Any self respecting Ozzy fan knows this is no "Diary Of A Madman" but its not bad either! A couple good ballads and proof old legends never die they just lose weight! 8/10|
|From: diferaos||Date: June 15, 2007 at 10:38|
|Un disco que va muy en la línea de sus anteriores trabajos como el Down To Earth. Es decir, sonido muy moderno de guitarras más endurecidas de lo acostumbrado. Tiene algunos temas destacados pero le falta algo. Lejos de estar entre lo mejor de Ozzy. 6/10. firstname.lastname@example.org|
|From: wsr88d||Date: July 28, 2007 at 9:17|
|This is a really good OZZY album. Much heavier and harder than Ozzmosis. The song writing is much tighter and more in depth, the production is awesome. A nice comeback from Ozzy and Zakk. Zakk is in top notch form here (as always). There are a couple of filler songs here...nothing too bad, if Ozzy can follow-up to this album in the same format - then I think he can get it. Check out the bonus tracks: "Nightmare", "I Can't Save You" & "Love To Hate"....these are really heavy and great tracks!|
|From: Nightrain||Date: August 15, 2007 at 6:42|
|This is a mixture of BLACK SABBATH and Zakk Wylde's BLACK LABEL SOCIETY. Ozzy maintained the heavy music with a modern twist, basically an extension to his previous album, "Down To Earth". "I Don't Wanna Stop" shows the groovy riffs of Wylde's mean guitar, "11 Silver" is a fast-paced uptempo track, and "Lay Your World On Me" is an okay ballad, dedicated for his wife. This album is pretty average to my ear, nothin' really special but if you like a downtempo rock and find a cheap CD, go get this!|
|From: metalmaniac777||Date: February 26, 2011 at 9:04|
|I've never been a big Ozzy fan, but the marble-mouthed mumbler managed to nail it on this one. Zakk Wylde was born to play this kind of musuclar heavy metal and his power-grooving riffs sound superb, a perfect complement to the strong songwriting on display (sure, "Lay Your World on Me" is a bit schmaltzy, but it was written to his wife, proving even the so-called Prince of Darkness has a soft side to his black heart). So the riffs rain down, Ozzy sings like only Ozzy can, the production packs a beefy punch, and the songs deliver the goods...what more do you need to know?|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: March 28, 2015 at 20:46|
|Not a very solid release from the "Prince Of Darkness"...a bit of a modern sound that does not fix in the voice of the main man ...tracks 1,2(the hit single),6,7,8(nice)& 9 are acceptable ones but just that...70/100|
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