"Under cover" CD by Ozzy Osbourne

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A lot of fans already have the original albums so they don't need the complete set. Now there is the cover album under that title, as individual CD. Musically it is worth it.


Item no. 427695
Musical Genre Heavy Metal
Exclusive No
Media - Format 1-3 CD
Product topic Bands
Band Ozzy Osbourne
Product type CD
Release date 11/18/05
Gender Unisex

CD 1

  • 1.
    Rocky Mountain Way (Album Version)
  • 2.
    In My Life (Album Version)
  • 3.
    Mississippi Queen (Album Version)
  • 4.
    Go Now (Album Version)
  • 5.
    Woman (Album Version)
  • 6.
    21st Century Schizoid Man (Album Version)
  • 7.
    All The Young Dudes (Album Version)
  • 8.
    For What It's Worth (Album Version)
  • 9.
    Good Times (Album Version)
  • 10.
    Sunshine Of Your Love (Album Version)
  • 11.
    Fire (Album Version)
  • 12.
    Working Class Hero (Album Version)
  • 13.
    Sympathy For The Devil (Album Version)
  • 14.
    Changes (Album Version)

by Lothar Landt (September 2005) This album was released last year as the Bonus-Disc of the excellent Box-Set, "Prince of darkness". Since many fans had the original records and didn't necessarily need the whole set, this cover-album is now being re-released named "Under cover" as a single CD. Musically, it's a very worthy album because almost every song is an absolute hitter. Only the known duet, "Changes" with his daughter Kelly is rather weak. But that one's made up by such brilliant songs as the Rolling Stones-song, "Sympathy for the Devil" or the exceptional version of "Fire" showing what music grew up with himself. The songs are pleasantly rough produced, the guitars are crashing in the rocky-songs clearly more than on the last album. Like before Bruce Dickinson, also Ozzy uses "All the young dudes" (Mott The Hoople), but also pays tribute to his idol, John Lennon and the Beatles ("Working class hero", "In my life"). So, this album is a cool thing to have, bringing the artist closer to people outside the metal scene, too. At the same time, Ozzy doesn't forget to rock and presents himself from his good side. (Lothar Landt - October 2005)

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