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Denrich's review of Ozzy Osbourne's "The Ozzman Cometh" (1997)

Discussion in 'Your Reviews' started by Denrich, Apr 13, 2017.

  1. Denrich

    Denrich New Metal Member

    Apr 13, 2017
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    I was 15 when this greatest hits double CD set was set on the shelves and I bought it right away. Already a fan, I heard some of the songs already. I actually preferred this version of "Walpurgis" to the official LP version. The demos here are thicker and bassier in tone than on the self titled LP and Paranoid LP. Ozzy's best solo hits are also on the CD and I really enjoyed listening to this on my boombox and my discman quite a lot. Favorite songs are "Shot in the Dark", "Over the Mountain" and "Back on Earth". CD2 you could load into your computer (computers sucked in those days), that's why I didn't really get into whatever was on the computer stuff but the demo songs and the long Ozzy interview made purchasing the 2CD set worth the higher price. I highly recommend this. If you never listened to Ozzy before this would be where to start.
    Grade: 100%

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