The first Ozzy album I purchased was Blizzard of Ozz (audio tape) and the first Black Sabbath album was the Reunion album released in 1998.
Down To Earth and We Sold Our Souls For Rock N Roll
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)
no more tears and a 3 disc collection w/ BS PARANOID SBS
keep it real, hard, and heavy as hell
Bleed Black Label Society
'Diary Of A Madman' on cassette back in the summer of 1982.
Sabbath? 'We've Sold Our Souls For Rock N Roll' - summer 1992.
same as OjZoZhYn Down To Earth and We Sold Our Soul...for sabbath and i was hooked
First Ozzy related album I purchased was Paranoid on vinyl in 1979, as well as the rest of Sabbaths catalog, then I went and bought Blizzard, Diary, & Speak of the Devil in the order of there release.
Later my peeps!
"Being sober on a bus is, like, totally different than being drunk on a bus." - Ozzy Osbourne
I heard Gets Me Through on the radio and had never gotten into Ozzy before that, but something about that song grabbed me. I then "heard " Down To Earth online. After that, I became totally hooked on Ozzy and purchased Blizzard of Ozz, Diary of a Madman, Bark at the Moon, and No More Tears simultaneously. Eventually, I had all of Ozzy's albums, including the original vinyls, the original 80's cd pressings, the 95 remasters, and the infamous 2002 remasters. I also have all the Ozzy era Black Sabbath albums in both the regular Warner Bros releases and also the Black Box. I don't have the Japanese Black Rain yet, but have both the US digipak version and the Canadian jewel case version with booklet and lyrics. I have Ozzy shirts, Ozzy dolls, Ozzy dvds, etc. I finally saw Ozzy last Saturday at Ozzfest at the Gorge. I finally feel complete now that I have actually gotten to see him. Of course, If I ever get the chance to see him again before he stops touring, I definitely will. Knowing Ozzy, hopefully I will. I mean, he had the supposed No More Tours tour and has said he would retire numerous times, but has even admitted himself that someday they will probably bring him out onstage in a f***ing wheelchair. Even though Ozzy is getting older and sometimes has a bit of trouble with his voice, I think it is great just to see truly one of the best metal singers ever, and my personal favorite. The fact that he still performs and makes new albums at his age, and with all that he has been through, amazes me; Ozzy has given his fans more than just about any other performer. I am sorry for ranting, but I felt like talking about how obsessed I am. Someday, I will get an Ozzy tattoo.
That would be Blizzard of Ozz for me.
Down To Earth - September/11/2003
Paranoid...... Tony, Bill, Ozzy and Geezer..... THEN OF COURSE the rest of them...... :-)
Goodbye To Romance
Hey Goat... Is the vinal still on Paraniod??????? LOLOLOL!!!!!!!! We wore the f*** off that one......
Love you guys.....
OjZoZhYn12.03.48 Hey I am not getting on your case OK? :-) I like you... Have you been to Tonys website? You would really love it there by the looks of your sig........
Love you guys.....
Tribute and Paranoid. "Crazy Train" from tribute was the first Ozzy song I ever heard. I bought all his tapes and then all of Sabbath's after hearing Tribute.
hellraiser_men Did you happen to catch the Merry Mayhem tour that kicked off in Tuscon with the 20 minute killer guitar that Zack did on the Star Spangled Banner? Man that was good.... He did that all over the world................He had people with their jaws dropped on that one.......
Love you all........................
my first ozzy album was tribute... damn, thats a good live album!
R.I.P Randy Rhoads
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