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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!).|
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