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  • Fabiano75
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    Here's Don Airey telling the truth.

    Originally posted by Fabiano75 View Post
    Ozzy deserves much more credit as a songwriter.
    This guy created some of the most beautiful melodies in heavy rock.
    This is not easy.
    I am a songwriter, and I know how hard it is to create a good melody. A melody for eternity.
    Ozzy has created hundreds of wonderful melodies.
    It's hard to see idiots like Eddie Trunk ridiculing Ozzy's work.
    I was very happy when Don Airey said in Eddie's face that Ozzy is a songwriter. I laughed out loud.

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  • Fabiano75
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    Originally posted by axeman_12656 View Post
    Ozzy writes way more than 5 damn percent of the lyrics. Of the 12 songs on 13 Ozzy wrote 4 of them all on his own lyrically. He writes all of the melodies for all the songs (the most important part). Geezer has said himself in interviews that Ozzy writes a lot more than he gets credit for these days. Some fans are so quick to pull the “Ozzy doesn’t write anything card”. To be fair, Ozzy’s lyrics are cheesier... but he still wrote them. Cough cough... Fairies Wear Boots.


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    Ozzy deserves much more credit as a songwriter.
    This guy created some of the most beautiful melodies in heavy rock.
    This is not easy.
    I am a songwriter, and I know how hard it is to create a good melody. A melody for eternity.
    Ozzy has created hundreds of wonderful melodies.
    It's hard to see idiots like Eddie Trunk ridiculing Ozzy's work.
    I was very happy when Don Airey said in Eddie's face that Ozzy is a songwriter. I laughed out loud.

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  • OzzyIsDio
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    Originally posted by maestro View Post
    When I saw the video I kind of panicked and thought for a moment that maybe he couldn’t stand up anymore. Then I went online and saw him SITTING in the car on New Year’s Day. I panicked a little more. Then I saw him during the behind the scenes for “Under The Graveyard” video, again, SITTING. I panicked a little more. Then I remembered the live “Take What You Want” performance from November with Post Malone and Andrew Watt. I distinctly remembered he was sitting during the performance. I was really worried that maybe he really was paralyzed from the fall he had and it was maybe being kept from us. Then I rewatched the live performance, and sure enough he was seated. BUT, he walks to the stage and is standing on stage for part of it. This was a relief. [emoji3060]


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    A sign of relief for sure, or he'd have to be sitting in a chair during the rest of his No More Tours II shows.

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  • maestro
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    Originally posted by Towelie View Post
    Nice to see him in the video! I'm sure they could've managed one scene of him standing up, but hey, what do I know?
    When I saw the video I kind of panicked and thought for a moment that maybe he couldn’t stand up anymore. Then I went online and saw him SITTING in the car on New Year’s Day. I panicked a little more. Then I saw him during the behind the scenes for “Under The Graveyard” video, again, SITTING. I panicked a little more. Then I remembered the live “Take What You Want” performance from November with Post Malone and Andrew Watt. I distinctly remembered he was sitting during the performance. I was really worried that maybe he really was paralyzed from the fall he had and it was maybe being kept from us. Then I rewatched the live performance, and sure enough he was seated. BUT, he walks to the stage and is standing on stage for part of it. This was a relief. [emoji3060]


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  • Towelie
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    Originally posted by Motleyozz6 View Post
    Nice to see him in the video! I'm sure they could've managed one scene of him standing up, but hey, what do I know?

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  • Motleyozz6
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    New Video!
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kSRNrVjISRQ

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  • maestro
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    Originally posted by Wheels Of Confusion View Post
    Fair enough, but the (usual) quality lyrics used to be (one of the things) that made Ozzy's songs in Black Sabbath and his solo career stand out from the usual metal fare.
    I agree with you on this one. I personally don’t like the lyrics on “Straight To Hell” but the song did grow on me. It’s not my favourite by far but I find it’s a rocking tune.


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  • Wheels Of Confusion
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    Originally posted by The Sabman Cometh View Post
    I like both new Ozzy tracks, as long as it kicks ass, the lyrics are a secondary concern. This is rock music we are discussing.
    Fair enough, but the (usual) quality lyrics used to be (one of the things) that made Ozzy's songs in Black Sabbath and his solo career stand out from the usual metal fare.

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  • maestro
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    Originally posted by Motleyozz6 View Post
    New video coming for Straight to Hell on Monday. Looks like Ozzy's gonna be in this one.
    https://blabbermouth.net/news/ozzy-o...l-music-video/
    Yeah. I saw that. Can’t wait to see it.


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  • Motleyozz6
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    New video coming for Straight to Hell on Monday. Looks like Ozzy's gonna be in this one.
    https://blabbermouth.net/news/ozzy-o...l-music-video/

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  • maestro
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    Originally posted by The Sabman Cometh View Post
    I like both new Ozzy tracks, as long as it kicks ass, the lyrics are a secondary concern. This is rock music we are discussing.
    I liked “Under The Graveyard” more than “Straight to Hell”. To be honest, at first I wasn’t crazy about the latter, but about 5 listens in I rather love it. Like I said, it took a couple of listens but yeah, “Straight To Hell” is a rocker too. I instantly loved “Under the Graveyard” because it kind of reminds me of Ozzmosis that I LOVE.


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  • The Sabman Cometh
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    I like both new Ozzy tracks, as long as it kicks ass, the lyrics are a secondary concern. This is rock music we are discussing.

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  • DARKEST LIGHT
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    Originally posted by DARKEST LIGHT View Post
    Embarrassingly bad lyrics. Voice over-processed again. Total schlock song. Thumbs down. I need to go listen to Blizzard right now to get this drivel out of my head.
    Eh it grew on me. Both songs have. I think my dislike of Ozzy's personality clouds my judgment sometimes. These two tracks are promising. Ozzy is pop artist and sometimes the "prince of darkness"/animal cruelty image (well it is...bats, doves, etc...he still uses this imagery) is a turn-off.

    Not listening to anything else 'til the album drops.

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  • OzzyIsDio
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    Originally posted by Towelie View Post
    Love your description. You totally get it.
    Sabbathman totally gets it!

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  • Towelie
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    Originally posted by Sabbathman View Post
    Ozzy is telling us a story, acting as the voice of our enemy. Ozzy has been the voice of these warnings before, even on the song #1.

    "I'll make you lie, I'll make you steal and kill
    I'll make you crawl until your final thrill
    Enjoy the ride, I'll plant my bitter seed
    You'll kill yourself and I will watch you bleed"

    This is what our enemy wants for us during our lives.

    "Something is missing
    And you don't know why
    Deeper in the darkness you will hide"

    This is one of the outcomes of embracing the lies. Alone and lost, in the dark.

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    Ozzy rocks big time with these new songs which are his best work since the day we heard "Perry Mason" on MTV.
    Love your description. You totally get it.

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