Ozzy Osbourne – Ordinary Man (2020) [FLAC, 24bit, 48 kHz]

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Artist: Ozzy Osbourne
Album: Ordinary Man
Genre: Rock
Release Date: 2020
Audio Format: FLAC (tracks) 24bit, 48 kHz
Duration: 49:27
Total Tracks: 11
Total Size: 644 MB


01. Ozzy Osbourne – Straight to Hell (03:45)
02. Ozzy Osbourne – All My Life (04:18)
03. Ozzy Osbourne – Goodbye (05:34)
04. Ozzy Osbourne – Ordinary Man (05:01)
05. Ozzy Osbourne – Under the Graveyard (04:57)
06. Ozzy Osbourne – Eat Me (04:18)
07. Ozzy Osbourne – Today Is The End (04:06)
08. Ozzy Osbourne – Scary Little Green Men (04:20)
09. Ozzy Osbourne – Holy For Tonight (04:52)
10. Ozzy Osbourne – It’s A Raid (04:20)
11. Post Malone – Take What You Want (03:50)

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Twelfth solo studio album by the legendary British heavy metal singer. His first album since 2010’s ‘Scream’, it includes the singles ‘Under the Graveyard’, ‘Straight to Hell’ and the title track, which features Elton John. American rapper and singer Post Malone also features on the tracks ‘It’s a Raid’ and ‘Take What You Want’.
After Scream in 2010, Ozzy Osbourne is back with an album that has all the qualities of swan song. Etched with plenty of melancholy, this latest exploit is surprising by the unexpected quality of its composition. With Duff McKagan from Guns N’ Roses on the bass, Chad Smith from Red Hot Chili Peppers on drums and Andrew Watt from California Breed on the guitar alongside him, Ozzy is on top form. Songs like All My Life, Goodbye and Ordinary Man seem to come from someone who is signing off permanently. Andrew Watt, also a producer on the album, brings an organic and grandiose dimension to the music, emphasising certain crazy moments from musicians that appear to be more inspired than ever before (Chad Smith’s mastery on Eat Me comes to mind). Post Malone lends his talents to the surprising final track It’s A Raid, which sees Ozzy devilishly turn up the volume to deliver a final message which is almost in poor taste but is so characteristic of his sense of humour. This always impressive album makes you want to laugh but also cry at times, a true journey led by the Black Sabbath singer. If this really is the last time, we have to recognise one thing: Ozzy Osbourne always gets it right! – Maxime Archambaud

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