by Ozzy Osbourne

(1995) Epic #EK 67091

Personnel Ozzy Osbourne: vocals, Geezer Butler: bass, Zakk Wylde: guitar, Deen Castronovo: drums, Rick Wakeman: keyboards, Michael Beinhorn: keybords
URL http://ozzy.com
Description Excellent cd. Couldn't live without it. Ethereal guitarwork. It must have subliminal messages in it, because I can't get it out of my head!
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Directory Recordings: Metal
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On 8/21/2001, Inactive Member posted:
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Thunder Underground, Denial, and My Jekyll Doesn't Hide are the hardest tracks, all good, kind of have that seriously overdubbed guitar vibe that Zakk Wylde solo albums have. Tomorrow is better, a rocker. Also there are Ghost Behind My Eyes, My Little Man, and Old L.A. Tonight. These are three top notch songs, as good as it gets. My Little Man has this awesome electric sitar thing going on, and Old L.A. Tonight is a total ballad but of course it kicks a-- nonetheless. I would pay seventeen bucks just for this much of the cd. But just when you think it can't get any better, there's Perry Mason, I Just Want You, and See You On The Other Side. These three songs are so great words absolutely cannot describe them. Especially See You On The Other Side, one of the best songs I've ever heard. Zakk Wylde's guitar solos are absolutely ferocious. Buy this C.D. now, it's Ozzy's best work since Sabbath.