What is the Best Ozzy Osbourne Album of All Time?

Blizzard of Ozz (1980)
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Diary of a Madman (1981)
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Bark at the Moon (1983)
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The Ultimate Sin (1986)
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Tribute (1987)
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No Rest for the Wicked (1988)
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No More Tears (1991)
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Ozzmosis (1995)
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Down to Earth (2001)
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Under Cover (2005)
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Black Rain (2007)
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Scream (2010)
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Re: Ozzy Osbourne - Discography
« on: October 08, 2011, 10:29:04 am »
Ozzy Osbourne (No More Tears) 1991

Ozzy has peaks and valleys just like anyone in the business. But he seems to consistently come up with masterpieces at will. First there was Blizzard Of Ozz and Diary Of A Madman. Then there was Tribute. And now here, he gives us another masterpiece.

No More Tears is just that...a masterpiece. To me this is the last great album that Ozzy put together. It's perfect from start to finish and the tracklist is spot-on. It mirrors his career of peaks and valleys taking you on a musical journey throughout. Ozzy has never sounded better. His voice is strong and full of gutso. Zakk Wylde's playing is blistering and full of tasty riffs that you can build a house on. Bob Daisley returns on Bass as well as Randy Castillo on Drums.

It's a weird thing about the making of this album. Even though Bob played on the album, Mike Inez was technically a member of Ozzy's band as the Bass player. And on top of that, he wrote, hands down, the greatest f*cking Bassline ever for the song No More Tears. Am I wrong? Hell to the f*cking no. I rank it right up there alongside that of Under Pressure and Eyes Without A Face. So, even though Mike wrote his signature riff, the entire album is all Bob on Bass. Crazy.

This album has so many great songs that it's really more like a Greatest Hits record than anything else. All the songs are tight and sound great. This is definitely Ozzy's best sounding album from a writing and production standpoint. I can easily put this along side that of Blizzard, Diary and Tribute.

Fave Songs: Every last f*cking one of them. Picking a MVP is just absolutely pointless and an exercise in futility if you ask me. Can't just choose one...or two...or three.....I can try though. Mr. Tinkertrain. Mama, I'm Coming Home. No More Tears. S.I.N. Hellraiser. Road To Nowhere. ****, this is hard.

That's what she said.

Album cover is just so cool. Simple, yet effective in setting a mellow mood that's nowhere indicative of what's inside on the disc. Misdirection. Nice. That's what I was expecting when I picked it up and got something else all together.

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