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|1.||Straight To Hell|
|2.||All My Life|
|4.||Ordinary Man featuring Elton John|
|5.||Under The Graveyard|
|7.||Today Is The End|
|8.||Scary Little Green Men|
|9.||Holy For Tonight|
|10.||It's A Raid featuring Post Malone|
|11.||Take What You Want featuring Post Malone & Travis Scott|
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|From: CC||Date: February 27, 2020 at 17:53|
|It has been a long time since I have enjoyed an Ozzy album as much as this one. It has been a decade since his last studio album (where does the time go?) and while this album does follow a similar style to his last few albums with that more "modern" sound, it also has more of a classic feel to it as well. The first five tracks are great no doubt, but it is a bit hit or miss after that. Despite the over use of autotune (and the addition of Post Malone) I do really like the song It's a raid as well. The only song on this though that I really do not like is the so called "bonus " track, Take what you want, which is a horrible mess (and is pretty much what I expect from Malone). If this is Ozzys final studio release, then he is going out on a high.|
|From: Doug||Date: June 15, 2020 at 21:33|
|I would agree, some hit and miss on this one, but never a bad a thing when he is putting out new music. Ozzy's sound (understandably, he's a senior citizen now) has changed a lot and he needs help from others and production. I like tracks #2 and #5 the most. Was disappointed in the Elton John duet (IMO, Ozzy actually sounds better than Elton!).|
|From: Auslander||Date: March 29, 2021 at 4:42|
|I am reviewing this a good year after first hearing it cause I have revisited it recently. This album is probably better than many of us first gave credit. It was also one of the only new release rock albums to sell anything approaching the figures of C-Rap and R&Bbish that dominate popular music in the 20's. I think we are used to Ozzy having a guitar wizard in this band and maybe that is why this was greeted with underwhelming enthusiasm. But, honestly, Andrew Watt is a competent player but it is his contributions as the driving force behind this release that is his legacy. I also credit Post Malone for being an enthusiast who contributed the Ozzy guest track from his album the year before as a bonus track and also made an appearance. If it opens up new fans to hard rock I'm all for it. Elton John is almost a professional guest appearance aficionado these days and pops up everywhere! There aren't really any weak tracks. It is a solid album, not anywhere in the league of Blizzard of c|
|From: Auslander||Date: March 29, 2021 at 4:44|
|...It is a solid album, not anywhere in the league of Blizzard of course, but a return to form for Ozzy after some lacklustre albums. Best track is: Under the Graveyard. 88/100.|
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