In 1970 the band released their debut album titled Black Sabbath. The band went on an international tour; nevertheless they did not record a new album. He placed an advertisement and pretty soon he met Terence Butler, Tony Iommi and William Ward. In 2010 Ozzy issued his tenth studio work, created in his own studio The Bunker. After the record was completed Black Sabbath went on a tour, after which Ozzy quitted the band and started his solo career. Zakk Wylde also contributed to that record, which included such hits as I Just Want You and See You on the Other Side. That record was very well-received by the fans and by the musical experts.
When John was fifteen years old, he was expelled from school and the future rock star worked in different places, but he did not feel like it was his destination. Meanwhile the band was gaining popularity and working on the new material. Probably the changed sound may be connected with that. Their first composition was titled Black Sabbath, and later the band took its name, because a group called Earth had been already organized. Album No More Tears 1991 was created with the help of another legendary frontman — the vocalist and bass player of Motörhead Lemmy Kilmister.
In 2007 Ozzy released Black Rain, and later he stated that it was his very first album he recorded while being sober. Album The Ultimate Sin was issued in 1986 and it got unusually soft sound. He planned to let them fly, so everyone will pay attention to that gesture. Legendary rocker and one of the founders of Black Sabbath Ozzy Osbourne real name John Michael Osbourne was born in Birmingham in 1948. In 1995 Osbourne released his seventh studio album Ozzmosis, which became one of his best works.
The rocker attracted attention, but in a different way. The following studio work No Rest For The Wicked 1988 was recorded with the help of an extremely talented guitarist Zakk Wylde, and the musicians collaborated after No Rest For The Wicked was completed. John tried to steal and as the result he found himself in jail. In 1981 Ozzy released his second solo album The Diary of a Madman, which got quite a heavy sound. The sound became even heavier; however the lyrical songs, such as Dreamer were also presented. The second one was less successful: Ozzy simply bit his head off.
. In 1996 Ozzy organized a famous festival Ozzfest, where the best rock and metal bands perform every year. The fans at the shows were having fun — Ozzy threw raw meat and pluck to the audience. In 1997 all the rock music fans were excited: legendary Black Sabbath reunited in their original line-up. Pictures of that event immediately appeared in the press and John achieved his aim — he was definitely noticed. The first pigeon was set free and flew away.
At the New Year night he killed a woman and her two sons. The musicians called their band Earth and started playing cover-versions. Thus, he placed an advertisement and in no time he was contacted by Randall Rhoads. The quartet recorded the debut album titled Blizzard of Ozz in 1980. Later they were joined by Bob Daisley and Lee Kerslake.
After the jail Ozzy decided to try himself in music. The album was titled Scream and it got fair reviews, which is not a surprise. Seven years later Ozzy quitted the band, however soon he returned back. . .
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