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on June 3, 2014
I remember The Ultimate Sin & No Rest For The Wicked because those were the first 2 Ozzy albums i bought as a kid,no older than 10 i'm sure.When i heard those albums i was hooked on all things Ozzy.My dad had all the Sabbath cassettes & i mean ALL of them(Dio,Ozzy,Ian Gillan,Tony Martin)so i got into the solo Ozzy.Years passed and i saw this album Just Say Ozzy and i thought "oh sweet it's that cool colored art cover" so i thought it was an oldschool Ozzy album from the 80s. Already owning No More Tears,Ozzmosis,Down to Earth,Black Rain & Scream.So i grabbed it and noticed it was some of my favorite songs from my 2 favorite Ozzy albums(No Rest For The Wicked & Ultimate Sin) along with 2 Sabbath songs. I grabbed it for 6 bux.That's fair because each song is very well played for a live album,i mean some of the solos Zakk pulls off in the middle of songs or at the end doing some improv shredding.Ozzy was communicating with the audience and you hear them when you would wan't to hear them,and not hear them when you don't want too.The songs i think are unique selections from my favorite 2 solo albums(other than Bark at the Moon) but this was excellent because i love those songs,and you don't really get to hear him play anything live from either album. So i really enjoyed this album,plus i like to hear sweet leaf while i'm enjoying some of my own.Ozzy is spot on with delivering vocals.The bass work can be heard,it's audible & my god the drums are killer(nice and heavy,pounding) So if you are a fan of the 2 albums No Rest & Ultimate Sin or just a plain old Ozzy freak or just getting into Ozzy & want to hear a live set of songs that are rarely heard,this album i'd pick up.These are actually not in circulation anymore so snatch it up,this and Speak of the Devil.That is Ozzy doing a bunch of rare gems from Black Sabbath songs,which i'll write a review for next.But a cool thing to me,is when i bought Ultimate Sin & No Rest they both had a unique cover art,with the artwork in the center of the cover in a small box,surrounded by waves of color.These are 1995 remastering's 22 BIT SBM DIGITAL RE-MASTERING is what it says along the spine.There are a total of 10 of those albums.(and i have every single one of them because i'm a meticulous music collector)The albums all have the best sound quality.Don't be fooled by the 30 year anniversary edition of Blizzard of Ozz,Diary of a Madman & Bark at the Moon those have been re-recorded by Zakk Wylde on guitar so it's not Randy or Jake E Lee,that's a bummer and it's noticable if you play the album back to back you will notice guitar parts are switched. So i suggest you grab Just Say Ozzy in the 22BIT SBM RE-MASTERING. The 22Bit Re-mastering set of 10 includes,in order.......Blizzard of Ozz,Diary of a Madman,Speak of the Devil,Bark at the Moon,The Ultimate Sin,Tribute,No Rest For The Wicked,Just Say Ozzy,No More Tears,and Live & Loud. Each of those 10 has a unique color design along the entire body of the album art,the album itself,and along the back has a cool circular spiral for the tracklist.It's confusing if your drunk or shroomin it,it's like going through a spiral..I suggest this album it's got great songs,great sound quality,and great rare cd to add to your collection.Rock on.
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on July 21, 2017
Love it
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on June 13, 2014
I own most of the albums Ozzy has been a part of throughout his career. I like the live stuff for those who have never seen him in person its a picture of how the man can get his audience going. Good stuff on here highly recommended
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on May 26, 2012
This album along with "Speak of the Devil" have to be my favorite live albums by Ozzy! Even though it's a short live album, it still delivers with 100% force and kicks some serious a**! If you are a Ozzy fan, you must own this in your collection. My favorite live version of the songs for this album have to be "Bloodbath in Paradise" and "Sweet Leaf".
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on November 22, 2015
They are a Christmas gift but I know the person will live them because they are a big Ozzy fab.
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on April 4, 2011
oh Yeah! Just Say Ozzy!! i love this EP album!! Ozzy's vocals are great,amazing,fantastic, like always. 6 tracks only but oh well it was hella worth it!! \m/ they made a good team! i Love how Zakk shreds from Sweat Leaf to War Pigs it insane!!!

\m/ Ozzy Osbourne- Vocals
Zakk Wylde- Guitar
Randy Castillo- Drums
Geezer Butler- Bass
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on July 5, 2016
As a rock.
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on May 9, 2015
Out of Print so a Must have for any Ozzy fan...
And Geezer Butler is the Bass Player...
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on July 18, 2015
Awesome seller. AAAAA++++++++++
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on September 22, 2015
great cd
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