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Ozzy rules.

fanch75fanch75 Posts: 3,734
edited February 2009 in Other Music
I just wanted to tell everyone that I just finished listening to 1988's No Rest For The Wicked, and that Ozzy rules. I'm not talking cartoon, "Shaaaaaaron!" era Ozzy; I'm talking drunk, bat-biting, Jimmy Swaggart-fighting, touring with MetallicA and the Crue, crazy-era Ozzy.
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    DewieCoxDewieCox Posts: 11,413
    The 2 Rhoads albums, No More Tears, and Ozzmosis are awesome, imo. I can't listen to him the way I used to though.

    Randy Rhoads is the best shred-type guitarist ever.
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    DeLukinDeLukin Posts: 2,752
    Agreed. Crazy Babies is a great tune.
    I smile, but who am I kidding...
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    tybirdtybird Posts: 17,388
    Blizzard, Diary, Speak of the Devil (Brad Gillis kills it on that one) and Bark @ the Moon.....after that...not so much

    P.S. I fell asleep watching the Crud when they opened for Ozzy on the Bark tour. :twisted:
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    dirtdirt Posts: 398
    tybird wrote:
    Blizzard, Diary, Speak of the Devil (Brad Gillis kills it on that one) and Bark @ the Moon.....after that...not so much

    Yep! That's exactly we're I'm at with him too...and of course all the Sabbath records!
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    The song immortal featuring Mike M. Is fucking awesome. Just a great tune with a wicked solo. Going to have to pick up this wax.  
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    PJ_SoulPJ_Soul Vancouver, BC Posts: 49,680
    I am still bananas for Ozzmosis. I spin that all the time.
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    mickeyratmickeyrat up my ass, like Chadwick was up his Posts: 36,007
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    ZodZod Posts: 10,331
    It's so funny that growing up music like Ozzy's was considered the Devil's music, and decades later we teach it in schools.. lol. 
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    ZoSoTimZoSoTim Posts: 642
    Zod said:
    It's so funny that growing up music like Ozzy's was considered the Devil's music, and decades later we teach it in schools.. lol. 
    That’s because those who grew up listening to it are now the teachers of the world. 
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    mickeyratmickeyrat up my ass, like Chadwick was up his Posts: 36,007
    Zod said:
    It's so funny that growing up music like Ozzy's was considered the Devil's music, and decades later we teach it in schools.. lol. 
    school of rock,  so.....

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    LoujoeLoujoe Posts: 7,960
    Zod said:
    It's so funny that growing up music like Ozzy's was considered the Devil's music, and decades later we teach it in schools.. lol. 
    True. Thought that too when I saw Iron Maiden postage stamps. Takes the thrill out of metal. Oh well
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    ZodZod Posts: 10,331
    ZoSoTim said:
    Zod said:
    It's so funny that growing up music like Ozzy's was considered the Devil's music, and decades later we teach it in schools.. lol. 
    That’s because those who grew up listening to it are now the teachers of the world. 
    Right. I just think it's funny how so many older folks were all twisted up about the music, introduce warning labels and what not, and 30 to 40 years later, it's now considered docile enough to introduce to kids.

    Sometimes makes you laugh at what some people get riled up about.

    I do agree with Loujoe, I kind of missed the days when it was a bit rebellious to listen to rock, metal, punk.
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