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OZZY OSBOURNE To Release 'Ordinary Man' Album; 'Under The Graveyard' Single Now Available

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  1. Sharp Dressed Man

    Sharp Dressed Man Down South Jukin' Staff Member

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    Ozzy Osbourne has released "Under The Graveyard", his first new solo music in almost 10 years. A massive ballad that builds into a searing rocker, it's the first single from Ozzy's forthcoming album, "Ordinary Man", due out on Epic Records in early 2020.



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    I heard the track this morning in Ozzy's Boneyard. A very Sabbathy feel to it, I replayed it several times. Hoping the rest of the album is as strong.
     
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    New track featuring Slash:

     
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    ^^^^^^^ He almost got up as high as he did on sweetleaf on that "Alright Now".

    Good song but I'm starting to see a copy cat vocal thing going on with Ozzy. Do they double track all his vocals now?
    I've bought most of his stuff since "No More Tears" but his vocals always have a echo or double tracked effect..
    I really like Ozzy's older vocals so much better. He has a way of covering a range of octaves
     
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    Lynch I'm just here for the cookies!

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    Definitely liked the first track (Graveyard) more than the new one (Straight to Hell). I hope it's half as good as he's claiming it is. That'd still make it better than his last 4 or 5 solo albums (well, pretty much everything after No More Tears).
     
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    doswizard "That Which does Not Kill Us makes Us Stronger!"

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    I Definitely think this is Oz!

    Was simply impressed by its contemporary relevance and ability to reach audiences both Old and new.

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    Giving this a miss. Two songs I heard were horrendous.
     
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    He's been doing the double/triple vocal thing for several years. I don't think that he has the range without electronic help anymore.

    Furthermore, I'm fairly certain and would be willing to bet money that he doesn't sing half (or more) of the tracks in his live shows anymore. I think that he uses both pre-recorded lead vocals and just pretends on the mic as well as using backstage vocalists to cover for his inability to sing in concert. I'm not damning him for it. It sucks in some ways, but it's better than going to see someone like Vince Neil, Don Dokken or any number of other vocalists that can't hit shit anymore, but still struggle and fail miserably through their classic tracks.
     
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