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Wrong Crowd
Cat: 888751 88252. Rel: 17 Jun 16
  1. Wrong Crowd (4:27)
  2. Magnetised (3:55)
  3. Concrete (3:50)
  4. Constellations (4:32)
  5. Sparrow (4:51)
  6. Still Getting Used To Being On My Own (3:03)
  7. Silhouette (4:42)
  8. Jelousy (3:48)
  9. Daddy (3:17)
  10. Here I Am (3:29)
  11. Somehow (6:38)
 in stock $10.17
Seminar VIII: Light Of Meaning
  1. EMF
  2. Wrath Of The Weary
  3. True Volcano
  4. Final Defeat
  5. Calling You Home
  6. By Love All Is Healed
 in stock $13.08
Seminar IX: Darkness Of Being
  1. Procession Of The Wounded
  2. Heel To Toe
  3. The Bleeding Sun
  4. Canto De Santos
  5. Death Rhymes
  6. In Your Name
  7. Love Is Bravery
 in stock $13.35
Ordinary Man
Cat: 194397 18452. Rel: 28 Feb 20
  1. Straight To Hell
  2. All My Life
  3. Goodbye
  4. Ordinary Man (feat Elton John)
  5. Under The Graveyard
  6. Eat Me
  7. Today Is The End
  8. Scary Little Green Men
  9. Holy For Tonight
  10. It's A Raid (feat Post Malone)
  11. Take What You Want (with Post Malone & Travis Scott - bonus track)
Review: Eating bats, drinking his own pee (while teaching the Motley Crue what's meant by eccentric British debauchery), and, err, co-starring in a reality TV show. Life has been a colourful one for Ozzy Osbourne, and we've not touched upon Black Sabbath. Impossible not to love, in spite of all the Satan summoning (albeit tongue in cheek), it would have been an awkward moment if this return wasn't exceptionally good. Of course it won't be for everyone. Those who aren't fond of dirty metal guts and dark, macabre riffs might want to look elsewhere for their kicks - it's not just "Goodbye" and "Today Is The End" respectively offering those. It's a record filled with plenty of foreboding menace, and we'd expect nothing less. Even so, there's still time for razor wit to shine ("Eat Me") and borderline madness to prevail (the extra-terrestrial themed "Scary Little Green Men"), making for a journey into the mind of a rock genius.
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