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  • Audio CD (June 21, 2010)
  • Original Release Date: 2010
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Epic
  • ASIN: B003HLM2QO
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (147 customer reviews)
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1. Let It Die
2. Let Me Here You Scream
3. Soul Sucker
4. Life Won't Wait
5. Diggin' Me Down
6. Crucify
7. Fearless
8. Time
9. I Want It More
10. Latimer's Mercy
11. I Love You All

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2010 album from the veteran Rock vocalist, his first album in three years and his 10th studio album overall. Kevin Churko who produced Ozzy's 2007 worldwide million-seller album, Black Rain, is teaming up with Ozzy again to produce Scream. Notably, the album marks the first appearance of Ozzy's new guitar player, Gus G. The band also features bassist Blasko, drummer Tommy Clufetos and keyboardist Adam Wakeman. Includes the first single, "Let Me Hear You Scream".

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Gus G, is a good guitarist.
I was ok with the lyrics in the bridge which sounded like someone honestly questioning what they'd been told was true, but the rest of it didn't do it for me.
This is a good album for any Ozzy fan to add to their collection!
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72 of 84 people found the following review helpful By J. Hill TOP 500 REVIEWER on June 22, 2010
Format: Audio CD
The title of this review might not sound too enthusiastic, but I've been listening to Ozzy for about 25 years, and while I'm not going to hype this CD and say it's the best thing I've heard since whatever previous album, I do like it quite a lot and think it has merit. Some fans bash any modern Ozzy music, but a lot of things on Scream sound great, and even though it might not be perfect, and even though it might not even be a masterpiece, I know I'll be listening to it many, many times in the next few weeks and months.

In my opionion, here's what is positive about Scream:
--The music. I've always been a fan of older Ozzy music, and this has some elements of that sound. For example, every song boasts great leads, and Gus G does a tremendous job overall. The quality of songs on the last few Ozzy albums has been inconsistent, but Scream has ten solidly structured songs with choppy, sometimes thrashy metal riffs, the already mentioned excellent leads, and just a feel of quality musicianship (again, for the most part). Several songs remind me of Ultimate Sin-era Ozzy, which is a great thing for me, because that was a classic 80's metal album that wasn't a fan favorite at the time (although Ozzy's highest-selling solo album up until then), but can be appreciated fully now over two decades later.

--Ozzy's vocals. The first song, Let It Die, threw me a little, because Ozzy's vocals in the verses have effects on them and aren't that great. But then, from Let Me Hear You Scream on to the end, I was pretty damn impressed. Ozzy's voice is sometimes vintage-sounding, but mostly just strong, clear, and catchy, which is vintage in itself. I think he sounds better than on Black Rain, and less commercial than on Ozzmosis or Down to Earth.
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31 of 36 people found the following review helpful By N. on June 24, 2010
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Say what you will, but since I bought this, I haven't wanted to listen to anything else. I love it! I buy lots of music and nothing has really excited me this much in a while. I love the heavy menacing sound, the beat, and Ozzy's voice. This is not Ozzy best effort, but for me it's better than anything else I've heard lately.
I have been an Ozzy Fan for about 40 years. I remember hearing the first Black Sabbath album and was just blown away by their sound. To those who say Ozzy doesn't have a strong rock voice, I want to say "Really!" To me Ozzy has probably the most definitive rock voice of anyone. As teenagers, me and my friends loved how "tough" his voice sounded. I understand people being fans of Zakk Wylde, I am too, but if I had my way he would have never left Tony Iommi, so we would have missed out on Randy Rhoads, Zakk, and many others. I think Ozzy has earned the right to pick out his own guitarist, he has done an excellent job over the years.
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27 of 33 people found the following review helpful By George W. Robbins on June 26, 2010
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A longtime Ozzy fan since 1981, this last decade has been filled with mixed emotions about the rise and fall of Ozzy's career. After decades of cementing himself as a whirlish maniacal frontman in front of millions, Ozzy abandoned his persona for the fame of fortune of mainstream television. His albums as of late most notably Black Rain, were more commercially driven and less the Prince Of Darkness we grew to love. The odd parting of a great player Zakk Wylde was handled poorly. However, for now at least the Ozzy of old has come back for his latest release Scream. It's about time Ozzy, welcome back. Scream tackles some familiar themes like the state of the world, but some poignant lyrics about mortality, and calling out Jesus for his abscence in these times.

1. Let It Die - i rolled my eyes at first but this track grows on you. What saves this song is the melodic chorus. This song kicks in nicely at about 4:20 seconds but too late. The lyrics are usual Ozzy fare, dealing with fame, naysayers, state of the world, and I'm here and not going away. Score 7.0/10

2. Let Me Hear You Scream - I first thought this was just a continuation of Black Rain's Never Gonna Stop. This song is meaner and nastier especially in Ozzy's awesome video. The vid makes the tune but difficult to tell Gus from Zakk on this one though. Its decent for a first single but there are several better to come.

3. Soulsucker - some of you will absolutely hate this song but there is a reason Ozzy wanted to name the cd this title. Ozzmosis comes to mind when hearing this song. It has a Sabbath heaviness and another awesome chorus from Ozzy. This song will stick in your head like it or not. Don't say I didn't warn you lol.
Tempo kicks it up at 2:45 and Gus rips a dizzying tapped lead.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By gunman42782 on July 6, 2010
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I must admit I was not expecting much with Ozzy's new album. It exceeded all my expectations. I heard Scream on the radio, and I must say that almost every song on the album is better than the single that was released! My favorite song by a big margin is Digging Me Down. This could have been a Black Sabbath song! The tempo changes, the lyrics, this is just an outstanding song! I loved it. Crucify could have been a Sabbath song as well. Honestly, not a bad song on the album. I give it a no holds barred 5 stars!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By CC_Alaska on September 26, 2010
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Don't get me wrong. I love Zakk Wylde and all the music he produced with Ozzy and by himself but after hearing Black Rain; I knew Ozzy needed to freshen things up a bit. Scream does just that and has a totally different feel than Black Rain. I knew nothing of Gus G but he definitely has a different style and tone than Zakk. Interestingly, as a guitar player I can hear some of George Lynch's darkness in Gus's solos which I love. Gus uses more exotic modes and scales than Zakk. That's the neat thing about musicians; they are basically an amalgamation of their influences but in different priorities. This creates almost infinite possibilities of music and song writing. Think about how many rock and roll songs have been written since the beginning and yet very few (besides the obvious copycat bands) are completely unique.

As far as Ozzy, well I honestly don't know how he sounds this good. It may be some studio magic but I've also seen him live and he pulls it off live as well. The guy is something else really. For some reason he sounds extra growly and heavy on this album compared to say: Black Rain or Down to Earth. I'm guessing that was some studio jape going on but it works for sure. I'm in disagreement with those that write in about these `old' heavy metal bands and say "they should hang it up..."...why???? I mean what is $13 dollars for a CD this day and age. If you don't like it, sell it back on Amazon. The thing that always kind of bothered me about rock and roll and heavy metal in particular is that it's assumed that these musicians get `worse' with age. Generally and in any other style of music, that's simply not true. Like anything else, the more experience and knowledge you get about a particular thing the better you are.
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why are people trashing this album?
People are afraid of change and they're usually the Zakk Wylde minions who are downplaying this album. Gus G is a fine guitarist and is more than capable of taking over with Ozzy. He's less annoying than Zakk and his screeching wails in the middle of a riff. Jake E Lee left because of the... Read More
Aug 16, 2010 by Denne Craddock |  See all 6 posts
Scream CD + t-shirt $16.99 at Best Buy.
They are almost always all XL for slash they had L and XL for Hendrix they were all XL. For Exile on main street they were all L.
Jun 15, 2010 by P. Cappiello |  See all 14 posts
Anyone Know If This Has a Jewel Case?
Yes it does have a jewel case, I saw it yesterday.
Jun 19, 2010 by Scott E. Jones |  See all 12 posts
Right On! ... new OZZY cd in 2010 "Scream"
Since Diary? Man, I could not possible disagree with you more. Bark at The Moon was one of the best. Diary and Bark are my two favorite solo Ozzy albums. There are people who don't understand Bark. Maybe you had to be there. I think it's a dark album, has some great stuff on it. Really intense... Read More
May 1, 2010 by Orbital Shift |  See all 36 posts
" Ozzy Osbourne" Scream !
As a long time Ozzy fan who has recently "discovered" Dio, I have to agree that any comparison between the two is irrelevant. They are both gifts to those of us poor mortals who can only listen and enjoy because we can't sing. To quote a line from the jacket cover of the recently... Read More
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