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Artist: Ozzy Osbourne

Title: Prince Of Darkness

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2005

Label: Epic

Catalog Number: 92960

Personnel

Don Airey Keyboards
Tommy Aldridge Drums
Nuno Bettencourt Guitar
Joe Bonamassa Guitar
Mike Bordin Percussion, Drums, Gong
Geezer Butler Bass
Jerry Cantrell Guitar
Randy Castillo Drums
The Crystal Method Mixing
Jim Cox Keyboards
Bob Daisley Bass, Vocals
Warren Demartini Guitar
Dmx Vocals
Joe Holmes Guitar
Ian Hunter Vocals
Tony Iommi Guitar
Mike Inez Bass
Jake E. Lee Guitar, Vocals
Steve Lukather Guitar
Miss Piggy Vocals
Ol' Dirty Bastard Vocals
Ozzy Osbourne Vocals
Tim Pierce Guitar
Michael Railo Keyboards
Robert Randolph Guitar, Pedal Steel
Randy Rhoads Guitar
Rudy Sarzo Bass
John Sinclair Keyboards
Philip Soussan Bass
Robert Trujillo Bass
Jim Vallance Bass, Guitar, Drums, Keyboards
Bill Ward Drums
Leslie West Guitar
Wu-Tang Clan Vocals
Zakk Wylde Guitar
Chris Wyse Bass
Dweezil Zappa Guitar
Various other un-credited musicians

Tracks


Disc 1
1.  I Don't Know Live  
2.  Mr. Crowley  
3.  Crazy Train  
4.  Goodbye To Romance Live  
5.  Suicide Solution Live  
6.  Over The Mountain  
7.  Flying High Again Live  
8.  You Can't Kill Rock And Roll  
9.  Diary Of A Madman  
10.  Bark At The Moon Live  
11.  Spiders  
12.  Rock And Roll Rebel  
13.  You're No Different  

Disc 2
14.  Ultimate Sin Live  
15.  Never Know Why Live  
16.  Thank God For The Bomb Live  
17.  Crazy Babies  
18.  Breaking All The Rules  
19.  I Don't Wanna Change The World Demo  
20.  Mama, I'm Coming Home Demo  
21.  Desire Demo  
22.  No More Tears  
23.  Won't Be Coming Home (S.I.N.) Demo  
24.  Perry Mason Live  
25.  See You On The Other Side Demo  
26.  Walk On Water Demo  
27.  Gets Me Through Live  
28.  Bang Bang (You're Dead) Previously Unreleased  
29.  Dreamer  

Disc 3
30.  Iron Man Performed By Therapy?  
31.  N.I.B. Performed By Primus  
32.  Purple Haze Performed By Ozzy/Zakk Wylde/Randy Castillo/Geezer Butler    Cover: Jimi Hendrix
33.  Pictures Of Matchstick Men Performed By Type O Negative    Cover: Status Quo
34.  Shake Your Head (Let's Go To Bed) Performed By Was (Not Was)  
35.  Born To Be Wild Duet With Miss Piggy  
36.  Nowhere To Run (Vapor Trail) Performed By The Crystal Method/Dmx/Ol' Dirty Bastard/Fuzzbubble/Ozzy Osbourne  
37.  Psycho Man Performed By Black Sabbath  
38.  For Heavens Sake 2000 Performed By Wu-Tang Clan/Tony Iommi/Ozzy  
39.  I Ain't No Nice Guy Performed By Motorhead  
40.  Therapy Performed By Infectious Grooves  
41.  Stayin' Alive Performed By Dweezil Zappa  
42.  Dog, The Bounty Hunter  

Disc 42
43.  1st Century Schizoid Man  
44.  Mississippi Queen    Cover: Mountain
45.  All The Young Dudes    Cover: Mott The Hoople
46.  In My Life    Cover: The Beatles
47.  Fire    Cover: The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown
48.  For What It's Worth    Cover: Buffalo Springfield
49.  Sympathy For The Devil    Cover: The Rolling Stones
50.  Working Class Hero    Cover: John Lennon
51.  Good Times    Cover: Eric Burdon & The Animals
52.  Changes Performed By Kelly Osbourne/Ozzy    Cover: Black Sabbath

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Existing comments about this CD

From: ROBERT Date: April 16, 2005 at 10:59
Y esto?

From: Rene Date: April 16, 2005 at 12:45
I got this box yesterday and it looks great. I bought it because the cover songs cd but realy the only cover song i like is the classic ARTUR BROWN classic FIRE. The rest are not very good in my opinion and many times to modern sounding. Of course the first two discs are great and some songs on cd3 are not bad. Anyway, any OZZY die hard need to buy this box set because it also got a nice 60 pages book with it. But dont buy it for the cover songs(disc4) because you are not going to like it.

From: jason (FA-Q) Date: April 16, 2005 at 21:24
I can't believe that 'Miracle Man' isn't on this boxset? After all, it was a single off of No Rest For The Wicked. I noticed that Ozzy did a remake of '21st Century Schizoid Man'. April Wine did a cover of that tune on their Harder...Faster album, but I don't remember who originally did that song?

From: CurtisLoew Date: April 16, 2005 at 22:28
King Crimson did "21st.." originally. Personally, I like most of the covers, especially The Beatles & Lennon ones. Ozzy's going to release the covers disc separately later, with bonus tracks, so if that's why you're buying this box set, wait. Again, Sharon (& Ozzy) have used the horrid re-recordings of the Blizzard/Diary classics, and there simply aren't enough rarities to justify a box set. Where's "You Said It All"? "One Up The B-Side"? "You, Looking At Me, Looking At You"?

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From: Jez Date: April 18, 2005 at 12:49
The first 2 discs most fans will already have elsewhere (I Hope). Disc 3 is ok,notable for the hilarious reworking of 'Staying Alive' with Dweezil Zappa. Disc 4 is the covers disc, and is notable for '21 Century' 'Fire' 'Working Class Hero' & 'All The Young Dudes' - All good versions. Worth getting for the first 2 'Classic' discs (if you haven't already got them) and a splattering of others.

From: My Dream!!! Date: May 1, 2005 at 15:35
1 - Randy Rhoads - Lead Guitars! 2 - Jake E. Lee - Lead Guitars! 3 - Zakk Wylde - Lead Guitars! 4 - Doug Aldrich - Lead Guitars!

From: rick kerch vzla Date: March 27, 2007 at 22:28
Excellent and very complete compilation by a "monster".This is a good cd for the new listeners(i mean young people that are starting to listen to HR/HM).Actually the cd brings all the classics plus more.Also the cover songs cd is very good and it has its funny moments too(the Wu Tang Clan song).10/10


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