25 Songs

EDITORS’ NOTES

Once the lead singer on Black Sabbath classics like "Iron Man," metal frontman Ozzy Osbourne continued to mix dramatic excess with relatable emotion in poignant solo ragers like "Road to Nowhere." Sabbath's Tony Iommi was first in a string of guitar virtuosos who added fireworks to Ozzy's music, including Randy Rhoads, the classically trained Quiet Riot guitarist featured on Osbourne's 1980 debut, Blizzard of Ozz. But it's Ozzy's powerful, eerie voice that drives the threateningly aggro "Shot in the Dark," the downright creepy "Mr. Tinkertrain," and other high-volume tales from the dark side.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Once the lead singer on Black Sabbath classics like "Iron Man," metal frontman Ozzy Osbourne continued to mix dramatic excess with relatable emotion in poignant solo ragers like "Road to Nowhere." Sabbath's Tony Iommi was first in a string of guitar virtuosos who added fireworks to Ozzy's music, including Randy Rhoads, the classically trained Quiet Riot guitarist featured on Osbourne's 1980 debut, Blizzard of Ozz. But it's Ozzy's powerful, eerie voice that drives the threateningly aggro "Shot in the Dark," the downright creepy "Mr. Tinkertrain," and other high-volume tales from the dark side.

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