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Album: Ozzmosis (Bonus Track Version)

Artist: Ozzy Osbourne

  • Genre: Hard Rock
  • Release Date: 1995
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 12

  • Copyright: ℗ 1995 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

Tracklist For Ozzmosis (Bonus Track Version) By Artist Ozzy Osbourne

Title Artist Time
1
Perry Mason Ozzy Osbourne 5:53 USD 1.29
2
I Just Want You Ozzy Osbourne 4:56 USD 1.29
3
Ghost Behind My Eyes Ozzy Osbourne 5:11 USD 1.29
4
Thunder Underground Ozzy Osbourne 6:29 USD 1.29
5
See You On the Other Side Ozzy Osbourne 6:10 USD 1.29
6
Tomorrow Ozzy Osbourne 6:36 USD 1.29
7
Denial Ozzy Osbourne 5:12 USD 1.29
8
My Little Man Ozzy Osbourne 4:52 USD 1.29
9
My Jekyll Doesn't Hide Ozzy Osbourne 6:34 USD 1.29
10
Old L.A. Tonight Ozzy Osbourne 4:51 USD 1.29
11
Whole World's Fallin' Down Ozzy Osbourne 5:09 USD 1.29
12
Aimee Ozzy Osbourne 4:44 USD 1.29

Reviews For Ozzmosis (Bonus Track Version) By Artist Ozzy Osbourne

  • Great album !

    5
    By jpizze
    This is one of the best ozzy records .
  • Beinhorn

    5
    By unpoppy
    Ive been listening to this album since the 9th grade just because of the production sound of the drums, guitar, and low tones. I could care less what the lyrics are, the sound the album can put through speakers is great and Beinhorn needs to produce a modern psychedelic doom album asap with Zakk
  • Not quite up to the First Zack Wylde Albums

    3
    By Bobula
    Pery Mason, I Just Want You and See You On The Other Side are the three top songs here. The later two are among the great Ozzy tunes. Consistently solid album.
  • Ozzy rocks!

    5
    By globesessions99
    Ozzy is the man! I remember hearing the singles from this CD as a kid and really wanted it. When I finally did get it, I think it really showed me what a true legend of rock is made of. I love this CD, and am glad it was a part of my childhood. I always found such a personal connection to 'I Just Want You' & 'See You On The Other Side'. It's great to have the 2 b sides as well (but I know there are more from this recording session then the one's that appear here, one of them was called 'Voodoo Dancer')
  • Underrated

    5
    By Rich315
    Without a doubt Ozzy's most underrated work. "Thunder Underground," "Perry Mason," and "See You on the Other Side" are incredible pieces of work.
  • Great album

    5
    By Stickygranada1980
    ok [email protected]$$ Zakk is not on this album. look it up,hell call the Ozz up and he'll educate you idiots.
  • Underrated

    5
    By Bigtony2499
    By far the most underrated Ozz album. With the exception of Thunder Underground, every track is just as good as the next. Perry Mason is a strong opener and the typical awesome ballad Old L.A. Tonight as the closer, this album is a great buy for anyone who hasn't heard it yet.
  • Ozzmosis was needed at the time.

    5
    By Odmsteel
    I specifically remember this time period in music. Stuff was so bland and tasteless. This is when record stores finally got the little listening stations to preview an album. I clearly remember checking this out and buying it immediately. It's by far my favorite besides Blizzard of Ozz
  • Its Great

    5
    By Brybarion
    I got it when it first came out. I think its his best solo album ever. I love this one. The bonus was added of course and I dont care for those. It takes me back. It is worth the time for Ozzy fans.
  • Love it

    5
    By Sami0280
    Have had the CD since shortly after it came out. Love every song!

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