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Memoirs of a madman
Osbourne, Ozzy, 1948-
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Publication Information:
[New York] : Sony Music, 2014.
Physical Description:
2 videodiscs (270 mins) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
A collection of music videos, live performances, and interviews from Osbourne's solo career.
General Note:
Title from disc label.
Bark at the Moon -- So tired -- Ultimate sin -- Lightning strikes -- Crazy train -- Miracle man -- Crazy babies -- Breaking all the rules -- No more tears -- Mama, I'm coming home -- Mr. Tinkerman -- Time after time -- Road to nowhere -- I don't want to change the world (live) -- Changes -- Perry Mason -- I just want you -- See you on the other side -- Back on earth -- Gets me through -- Dreamer -- In my life -- I don't wanna stop -- Let me hear you scream -- Life won't wait -- Let it die. I don't know -- Suicide solution -- Mr. Crowley -- Crazy train -- Bloodbath in paradise -- Tattooed dancer -- Miracle man -- Fame and fortune -- Over the mountain -- Bark at the moon -- Not going away -- Faires wear boots -- I don't want to change the world -- Road to nowhere -- No more tears -- Desire -- Mama, I'm coming home -- Black rain -- I don't wanna stop -- Let me hear you scream -- Killer of giants -- Thank God for the bomb -- Secret loser -- Perry Mason -- Let me hear you scream -- Flying high again -- Believer.
Reading Level:
Not rated; contains adult language.
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M1630.18.O83 M46 2014V Adult DVD Audio Visual

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This video counterpart to the 2014 greatest-hits collection Memoirs of a Madman by heavy metal high priest of darkness Ozzy Osbourne massively expands on the material from that album, including a whopping 67 tracks from Ozzy's decade-spanning solo career. While the album includes singles from each of his studio albums, this collection adds all of his music videos and previously unseen alternate versions, as well as a lengthy collection of interviews and live performances from every point in his career, from early-'80s collaborations with Randy Rhoads to the early 2010s. ~ Fred Thomas