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Song of the Week: Ozzy Osbourne – No More Tears

Ozzy Osbourne - No More Tears

“No More Tears” is the title track from Ozzy Osbourne’s sixth studio album, No More Tears, and is the longest studio recording that the band has ever recorded. To this day, “No More Tears” remains one of Ozzy’s heaviest songs and featured some of guitarist Zakk Wylde’s best work. Bassist Mike Inez wrote the opening

Song of the Week: Ozzy Osbourne: Over the Mountain

Ozzy Osbourne: Diary of a Madman

“Over the Mountain” is the opening track for Ozzy Osbourne’s Diary of a Madman, which was the last album to feature the legendary guitarist Randy Rhoads. It was also drummer Lee Kerslake’s final album with the band although although bassist drummer Tommy Aldridge is credited in the liner notes and pictured on the inner sleeve.

Song of the Week: Rainbow: Gates of Babylon

Rainbow: Long Live Rock 'n' Roll

“Gates of Babylon” is a song by the rock legends Rainbow featured on their 1978 album, Long Live Rock ‘n’ Roll, which also ended up being their last album with singer Ronnie James Dio (R.I.P. brother). Rainbow also featured legends such as Ritchie Blackmore, Cozy Powell, Bob Daisley and more. While the album is best

Song of the Week: Ozzy Osbourne: Mr. Crowley

Ozzy Osbourne: Blizzard of Ozz

Without a doubt, Randy Rhoads was the reason that I started playing guitar. He was my reason for wanting to become a lead guitar player and his playing taught me so many things on how to manipulate rhythm tracks. While Rhoads shined on every song from Ozzy Osbourne’s early solo albums, the one that everyone