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Artist: Ozzy Osbourne

Title: The Ozzman Cometh

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1997

Label: Epic

Catalog Number: EK 67980

Personnel

Ozzy Osbourne vocals
Tony Iommi guitar
Randy Rhoads guitar
Zakk Wylde guitar
Jake E. Lee guitar
John Sinclair keyboards
Kevin Jones keyboards
Rick Wakeman keyboards
Michael Beinhorn keyboards
Geezer Butler bass
Bob Daisley bass
Rudy Sarzo bass
Bill Susan bass
Mike Inez bass
Bill Ward drums
Lee Kerslake drums
Tommy Aldridge drums
Randy Castillo drums

Tracks


Disc 1
1.  Black Sabbath from Ozzy's basement tapes  
2.  War Pigs from Ozzy's basement tapes  
3.  Goodbye To Romance  
4.  Crazy Train  
5.  Mr. Crowley  
6.  Over The Mountain  
7.  Paranoid live with Randy Rhoads  
8.  Bark At The Moon  
9.  Miracle Man  
10.  Crazy Babies  
11.  No More Tears edit  
12.  Mama I'm Coming Home  
13.  I Don't Want To Change The World live  
14.  I Just Want You  
15.  Back On Earth  

Disc 2
16.  Fairies Wear Boots from Ozzy's basement tapes  
17.  Behind The Wall Of Sleep from Ozzy's basement tapes  
18.  Interview With Ozzy 1988  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: CC Date: April 20, 2004 at 17:38
Like any artist who has such a large back catalogue this CD misses so many great tracks and it always disapoints me when live versions of songs are included,but otherswise a solid release with some great songs that span his whole career!

From: Blue Tequila Date: April 20, 2004 at 19:19
I found this real cheap and was glad because there's nothing special here. The basement tapes might impress some but its a good title because it sounds like I'm upstairs listening to music drifting up from the basement. Never even touched the interview. I love Ozzy, but all in all this is an odd and almost unnecessary compilation.

From: Rocker76 Date: April 23, 2004 at 19:19
Why "Shot in the Dark" was removed from this greatest hits package I will never understand. Just doesn't make sense. Other than that, not a bad place to start if you're just starting to get into Ozzy's stuff (mostly his solo stuff). This hits the high points and offers you some rarities and an interview. Once again, this isn't a bad place to start but it's far from definitive.

From: Date: July 27, 2004 at 8:44
i want listen to this CD

From: Rockhead Date: July 27, 2004 at 8:58
Then buy it!! LOL

From: rockfan Date: December 1, 2004 at 14:58
Get this one! It is a fine greatest hits cd! Cool songs from the best of OZZY's eras. Cool one! If you don't have it yet, then move your lazy ass and buy it!!!!

From: Propane Date: December 3, 2004 at 0:06
Another compilation...

From: jeff Date: April 9, 2005 at 19:06
on my copy of this cd, i have shot in the dark

From: ProphetSword Date: June 1, 2006 at 18:44
Were there two different releases of this CD? My version also has "Shot in the Dark" at track 8, but does not have "Miracle Man," which is what is listed as track 8 above. Is that a misprint, or did later versions of this CD replace "Shot in the Dark?"

From: ProphetSword Date: June 1, 2006 at 18:45
Were there two different releases of this CD? My version also has "Shot in the Dark" at track 8, but does not have "Miracle Man," which is what is listed as track 8 above. Is that a misprint, or did later versions of this CD replace "Shot in the Dark?" (Come to think of it, my version also doesn't have 2-CDs...it only has 1...maybe that's what's different).

From: pie75 Date: August 3, 2010 at 9:46
another compilation not bad but as with every compilation people could make a better one i guess another collectors item

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: October 13, 2013 at 14:22
It seems to me this was right around the time Ozzy really began a career resurgence. I mean, the guy never went away, and was always very popular in metal circles. But with Ozzfest making headlines, and a bit of a more accessible sound on tunes like "Mama I'm Comin' Home" and "Perry Mason," it seems like he was becoming more of a mainstream figure. So here's his first compilation, and it's very sketchy. The biggest hits are mostly there,, and songs like "Shot In The Dark" and "No More Tears" got a boost on radio after not being heard for years. The basement tapes are neat to hear--once. Then you're back to listening to the original Sabbath albums. And "Back On Earth" is a keyboard-saturated ballad sounding like a leftover from Ozzmosis, and was a big hit during the winter of my senior year of high school, but definitely very un-mmetal. "I Don't Wanna Change The World" ... this song wona Grammy? I don't EVER remember hearing it when No More Tears was first out.

From: MetalllianStallion Date: October 16, 2013 at 20:04
Doghouse - something UNHOLY pierced the air a couple weeks ago. Tad Pole-y singing 'Crazy Train' at Melodic Rockfest 3. I know he's a god in HH circles but I just don't get it. Overall a much better lineup than what's going around these days at say Rocklahoma. Kelly Keeling,Eric Martin,Bonrud,Tango Down, Adriangale, Heaven & Earth,W.E.T.,Harem Scarem,ColdSpell,Bombay Black,House Of Lords,Eclipse https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JmDvPDeMLME

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: October 16, 2013 at 21:01
Stallion: I've said before I don't get the mythic status "Poley Poley" and his former band have achieved in the "melodic rock" subculture, even though I like some of their tunes. They certainlly weren't regarded with anything approaching that kind of reverence circa 1990. As for that lineup, with the exception of Bombay Black (whose Bullets And Booze is probably my favorrite nonthrash/death/extreme metal album of the last few years), none of those names made me pitch a tent.


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