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Rarest Obscure Ozzy Song.

What Do You Think Is The Most Rarest Obscure Ozzy Song.
[Like one people haven't really heard or gave much thought about]


Sleepy Hollow has a little taste. I could only get Party with the Animals on an un official release!

You Said it All

You looking at me looking at you, are just two cracking songs

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my two homemade albums are:

The B-Side of Ozz:

You Looking At Me Looking At You
One Up The Bside
Party With The Animals
Dont Blame Me (Take 1)
Dont Blame Me (Take 2)
Long & Winding Road (Short Demo)
The One Who Says Goodbye
Whole Worlds Falling Down
Walk On Water
No Place For Angels
Black Skies
You Said It All
Mrs. J
Voodoo Dancer
Living With The Enemy

Other Sides Of Ozzy:

Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood
Suger Rain
Close My Eyes Forever
Led Clones
Speak For Yourself
The Urpney Song
Hey Stoopid
Vertical Man
This Means War
Buried Alive
It's Only Rock N Roll
Shock The Monkey
Iron Head
All In The Family Theme Song
Walking In A Winter Wonder Land
Tears In Heaven

Tony Iommi = God, his arch angels are Ozzy Osbourne, Dave Walker, Ronnie James Dio, Ian Gillan, Dave Donato, Glenn Hughes, Ray Gillen, Tony Martin, and Bill Ward (bassically everyone who sang on a song labeled Black Sabbath)

The urpney song is epicly funny.. find it on youtube! i dare you...

You're my religion, you're my reason to live.
You are the heaven in my hell.
We've been together for a long long time,
And i just can't live without you.
No matter what you do, i'm here for you......

The Urpney Song

Tony Iommi = God, his arch angels are Ozzy Osbourne, Dave Walker, Ronnie James Dio, Ian Gillan, Dave Donato, Glenn Hughes, Ray Gillen, Tony Martin, and Bill Ward (bassically everyone who sang on a song labeled Black Sabbath)

The Other Side of Ozzy Osbourne Track Listing

1 Mr. Crowley (Live)
2 I Don't Know (Live)
3 Suicide Solution (Live)
4 You, Looking at Me Looking at You
5 You Said It All (Live)
6 Bark at the Moon (Live)
7 One up the 'B' Side
8 Spider
9 Paranoid (Live)
10 Suicide Solution (Live)

This obscure, ultra-rare release is quite a find for fans of Ozzy -- it's essentially a B-sides compilation of Osbourne's early solo work (from 1980 up to 1984). And what makes The Other Side of Ozzy Osbourne a must-have are the five tracks that feature guitar legend Randy Rhoads (three live, two outtakes). When Rhoads died in early 1982, he unfortunately had only two official albums to his credit (1980's Blizzard of Ozz and 1981's Diary of a Madman). Subsequently, fans have been subjected to abysmal-sounding bootlegs of material not up to the high standards set by these two classics. Even with the release of the Ozzy/Randy posthumous Tribute live album and numerous Osbourne anthologies, these tracks have managed to slip through the cracks. "You, Looking at Me Looking at You" is a rocking outtake from the Blizzard of Ozz sessions and contains a classic Rhoads guitar solo. The other track, "You Said It All," was never properly recorded in the studio, and only this in-concert take exists (but it deserves to be heard because of its powerful guitar riff). And while the three live Randy-era songs are pleasures to hear, similar versions were later featured on the above-mentioned Tribute album. The other five tracks showcased on The Other Side feature Randy's replacement, Jake E. Lee; while Lee only lasted for two studio albums himself, he was a very original and talented player. For proof, just give a listen to his solid playing on the studio track "One Up the 'B' Side" and the live version of "Bark at the Moon," where he simply shreds. It's a mystery that this album was never released in countries besides Japan, since it contains a wealth of material that many Ozzy fans don't even know exists to this day. It's never been released on CD.


You Said it ALL

You looking at me, looking at you

How about those two singles B sides!

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hey ... this is an interesting thread. Ozzy has an anthology of his tunes in his book, and there are some things in the other books others have put together about him that are pretty cool too. now i'll have to google those songs Fozzy!

Probably "A song for Jim" an Earth demo I believe. Never heard the full version just a clip of it on an old video.
The Rebel and When I came Down were extremely rare until this year, but now are easily available from various sources.
As for rare solo Ozzy songs I'm sure most have become easily available through compilations and re-issues.

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