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Artist: Ozzy Osbourne

Title: Scream

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2010

Label: Epic

Catalog Number: 88697361132


Ozzy Osbourne lead vocals
Gus G. guitars
Rob Blasko Nicholson bass
Adam Wakeman keyboards
Tommy Clufetos drums, percussion


1.  Let It Die  
2.  Let Me Hear You Scream  
3.  Soul Sucker  
4.  Life Won't Wait  
5.  Diggin’ Me Down  
6.  Crucify  
7.  Fearless  
8.  Time  
9.  I Want It More  
10.  Latimer’s Mercy  
11.  I Love You All  

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From: Doug Date: July 1, 2010 at 16:01
I miss that Zakk Wylde sound.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: July 2, 2010 at 0:25
Hey Doug probably is missed...Zakk Wylde is a hell of a guitar player and a good guy too!!!.....anyway Gus,do your best!...

From: zld Date: July 13, 2010 at 11:24
This one isn't as bad as everybody claims, but i'm still not a fan of this old rocker. The way he has ditched zakk wylde is beyond discusting. What a lame piece of turd. Now he has a new young hired gun (from greece??, eh yes the country) which does actually what ozzy tells him too. There no great guitar playing here,nothing inventive or new. So what we have here ozzy dictated record. I pulled it of the net including the extra songs. That's as far as i go. 7/10

From: metalmaniac777 Date: July 24, 2010 at 10:29
Some folks are in a turbulent tizzy, denouncing this as one of Ozzy's worst albums ever, but I think the naysayers are smokin' more crack than a back alley Bangkok junkie. The Prince of Darkness has been belting out hard rocking metal tunes since I was a wee li'l lad, and while his output has been admittedly of the hit-and-miss variety, this latest offering is not one of those misses. Ozzy's inimitable vocals, loud guitars, beefy production, chunky riffs...there's plenty of stuff on this CD to make headbangers scream with glee.

From: Rocker76 Date: August 23, 2010 at 16:32
Has anyone heard of any post-Ozzfest American shows being announced? Looks like he has Europe and Russia lined up for Fall 2010, but I had heard Ozzy was doing an 18-month tour to support Scream. Thanks!!

From: hair metal again Date: September 16, 2010 at 9:24
always a pleasure hearing from the prince of darkness!new re;ease from OZZY and this is a solid one:huge sound,heavy riffs,big choruses and everything in the right place.my favs are "soul sucker","diggin me down" and "i want it more".a good one but not great i think

From: Japangea Date: December 5, 2011 at 18:43
With ex-Rob Zombie,Dream Evil and the son of Rick Wakeman.......this fact just makes me lose an interest in Ozzy anymore.

From: Buitre Date: May 10, 2013 at 2:25
Hmm, the cd is not that bad but I miss the imput of really talented musicians. Clearly this lineup isn't helping Ozzy, it reminds me of the times when Coverdale hired W. de Martini (for touring) or Dio hiring Tracey G. Not bad but not the real deal. 75/100

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