Scream - Tour Edition [+Video]

October 5, 2010 | Format: MP3

$12.99
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Video: Let Me Hear You Scream (Clean Version)
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Video: The Making Of Let Me Hear You Scream
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Video: The Making Of The Album ''Scream'' (Video)

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  • Original Release Date: October 5, 2010
  • Release Date: October 5, 2010
  • Label: Epic
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  • Total Length: 1:32:12
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  • ASIN: B00456O9NO
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #161,088 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

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Buy it. listen to every note.
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I'm not sure that Ozzy ever puts out sub par material, but this album is very good, better than some may expect at this point in his career.
Dustin L Hance
Scream is not just a great Ozzy record; it's one of the best hard rock albums to come out in recent years.
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10 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Tommy Skylar on October 5, 2010
Format: Audio CD
Ozzy released this tenth solo album Scream in June of 2010, now he comes out with a "Tour Edition" of the same album. A second disc has been added to the original album containing an unreleased song (Hand of the Enemy), an Itunes exclusive (One More Time), a Japanese exclusive (Jump the Moon) and 4 live songs making 7 songs overall. It's not the first time that he's done this; some of you may remember when Oz released a tour edition of Black Rain back in 2007 in November of that same year. Now I'm not going to review the album Scream, I already did when the album initially came out, if you want to read reviews of the album go on the normal edition of Scream's page and you will find excellent reviews. I'm rather going to look at the contents of this special edition.

I really like Scream, I think it has some of the best Ozzy songs in a while and it's a strong album. "Hand of the Enemy" is a really cool song, heavy riff and good lyrics; I don't know why it didn't make it on Scream. "One More Time" is a good song, I love Gus `solo here. "Jump The Moon" I'm not fan of, I don't know it just doesn't reach me, it's certainly not terrible but that's how I feel. The version of "Let Me Hear You Scream" found here sounds almost exactly like the one on the Itunes Festival EP (which I also bought) released exclusively on Itunes in the summer of 2010. The first live song "Bark At The Moon" is an excellent live performance of the song, this being one of my favorite Ozzy songs it's nice to see it here and played so great! Excellent guitar work by Gus and Ozzy sounds awesome.
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful By something to say on October 13, 2010
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This cd marks Ozzy's 10th Solo album! I already reviewed the original release, so mostly I'm just commenting on the bonus disk. Hand of the Enemy is great and was a nice surprise. One More Time (originally an I-tunes bonus) is still my favorite song on the entire album. Jump the Moon (originally the Japanese bonus) is pretty good as well. Following suit with The Black Rain Tour Edition, we get a live song from the album. Let Me Hear You Scream (live) is awesome. He might be getting older but Ozzy's voice is still as strong as ever. The other live songs are great as well and will be a nice addition to my collection. My only complaint with them is the cursing. Ozzy's live performances are awesome, he is so talented and really gets into his performances, but it would be nice if he didn't curse during songs (and watch some of the religious references in a few of the songs). I know that most people could care less, but thats my opinion....
If you haven't bought Scream yet, I would recommend spending the extra $2 and purchasing this version as the extra songs are well worth it. If you have already spent the money and bought the album, it still might be worth your while to sell it and eat the cost of this version as well. I don't believe Ozzy is responsible for the different releases of the albums (and the whole I-tunes exclusive thing, which i feel is really unfair to the fans), that is just the record companies' greed. I learned my Lesson with the hard way with the release of Black Rain, going forward if Ozzy has another album I will wait several months before purchasing it to avoid that trap like I did this time around. I'm looking forward to the reissues of Blizzard and Madman. I saw the pre-orders here on Amazon but at this point they are only offering imports (expensive) I hope there are US releases of them coming too.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Tim L. on October 15, 2010
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This was already a great cd, with the edition of the 2nd cd made this only better and the video content is a nice plus, strongly recomend the tour edition even if you got the original release.
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I'm not sure that Ozzy ever puts out sub par material, but this album is very good, better than some may expect at this point in his career. He just keeps bringing the metal. it feels like the end of an era with Zack Wild not leading the guitar attack, but Gus does a stellar job. I have been listening to this album heavily since I received it; it's that good.
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By eurocrank on January 13, 2013
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I like J. Hill's perspective on Ozzy's lyrics in his "Scream" review thread (amazon.com): "This man has penned some of the cheesiest, simplest metal lyrics of all time . . . Ozzy has never been heralded as a Pulitzer-worthy lyricist." But it's not accurate. Ozzy has generally not written the lyrics he sings. Bob Daisley has commented to the effect that Ozzy can't write a complete sentence, much less a whole song's lyrics.

As a matter of fact, Geezer Butler was the main lyric writer for Black Sabbath. When Ozzy started his solo career as part of the "Blizzard of Ozz" band, Bob Daisley wrote most of the lyrics. And so on.

Also, I'd say that Geezer wrote some great, memorable lyrics, from 'Paranoid' to 'Johnny Blade.' Sure, there's 'Rock 'N' Roll Doctor' (the lyrics fitting the riff perfectly), but there's also 'Dirty Women,' which is as great a track as Sabbath ever did . . . on their so-called weakest album, "Technical Ecstasy."

So I'd like to add my two cents: Nothing Ozzy or Black Sabbath has ever done separately comes close to what they did together. As much as I enjoy "Diary of a Madman," it can't touch even "Technical Ecstasy," which has at least three tracks that top anything Ozzy thinks he's done by himself: 'Back Street Kids,' 'All Moving Parts (Stand Still),' and the aforementioned 'Dirty Women.'

It's his self-promotion that I find most reprehensible in a career that keeps licking at the boots of stupidity if not shamefulness. Ozzy is a king of rock and roll, no doubt about it--he's got the charisma, the vocal melody lines, the work ethic, and the sales. Ronnie James Dio had good reason for titling that song about Ozzy. But Ozzy has never done anything by himself except use other people.
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