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Scream Limited Edition, Extra tracks

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Scream is Ozzy Osbourne's first album in three years and 10th studio album overall. The album was produced by OZZY and Kevin Churko, both of whom did the same honors for OZZY's 2007 worldwide million-seller Black Rain, the album. The multi-platinum, Grammy Award-winning, Rock and Roll Hall of Famer recorded most of the album at his Los Angeles home studio, The Bunker, and co-wrote all the songs, primarily with Churko. Notably, the album marks the first appearance of OZZY's new guitar player, Gus G. OZZY's band also features bassist Blasko, drummer Tommy Clufetos and keyboardist Adam Wakeman.

This tour edition is limited and contains a second CD with seven bonus tracks as well as video content which can be viewed on your computer when the CD is inserted. Video content includes the video for Let Me Hear You Scream, the making of the Let Me Hear You Scream video, and the making of the album Scream.

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Let It Die
  2. Let Me Hear 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

Disc: 2

  1. Hand of the Enemy
  2. One More Time
  3. Jump the Moon
  4. Bark at the Moon
  5. Let Me Hear You Scream
  6. No More Tears
  7. Fairies Wear Boots
  8. Let Me Hear You Scream
  9. The Making Of Let Me Hear You Scream
  10. The Making of the album "Scream"


Product Details

  • Audio CD (October 5, 2010)
  • Tour ed. edition
  • Original Release Date: October 5, 2010
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Limited Edition, Extra tracks
  • Label: Sony Legacy
  • Run Time: 101 minutes
  • ASIN: B0040WG058
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #32,542 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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I gotta admit, the last couple of Ozzy albums haven't really stuck with me. While far from being bad, the output post new millennium have been steady but not groundbreaking. New guitarist Gus G. is an inspired player and Ozzy sounds strong in the studio on this. I do feel that it's an improvement over the last record but I can't really pick a track on this that really sticks out in any way. Another thing that I don't like (and others have been doing this a lot lately as well) is the multiple editions of the albums themselves. I am one who likes to get the most bang for their buck and when another version is released that has more stuff on it I get kind of upset. So, if you're just getting into the Ozzman, then don't start here. But if you're a diehard, well then pick this up and keep the Crazy Train rolling.
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Just received it today-10/22/14!! I love it!! A++++!! Awesome!! Fantastic!! Amazon is like a XMAS WONDERLAND!! I will be doing all of my shopping here!! Amazon is #1!! Amazon has a Great music store!! Awesome!! best place to find what you are looking for!! Outstanding!! :o)
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The extra videos are NOT quicktime or other crappy formats like such. But in MPEG which is the same format as a DVD. So needless to say watching these is as good a quality as a regular dvd. Without the jerky motion like alot of cd extra videos are. The making of videos have been available online but these are longer and featuring more band & Ozzy interview footage. Making of the Scream video is about 3 minutes longer!

The live tracks, has a good mix and quality. You can hear Ozzy's vocals and the instruments clearly and equaly. And without too much audience noise but I think just the right amount of it. Ozzy sings No More Tears better than he has in years. He doesnt try too hard to hit the high notes. But uses his voice to suit so he doesn't have that annoying squeck that drives me crazy. Even at that he gets his voice up there enough to more than satisfy. (Which alot of people have commented his voice is better than it has been in years) Bark At The Moon Gus G's guitar shredding is dead on and better than Zakk ever played it!

Studio Tracks, would have fit pretty well on the album. With Hand Of The Enemy being my favorite. This song seems to have the least amount of production out of all on both dics. With a great raw & dry classic sound. Giving this one an A+ grade. The other two are good and enjoyable but not as great. These get a A- grade. Guitar solo for Hand Of The Enemy is too good for the song.

I know the complaint is why a rerelease so soon after. But I ask. What if H&H rereleased TDYK with a second disc. Would you have bought it?
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This tour edition is the best version of this set. Of course many people just download but I am sorry to say; you don't really own this set you just have some songs, anyways generally this is melodic metal and that's the best kind it does have some semithrash songs which are more limited but that is ok and made up by the other decent songs. to me none of this sounds as good as his 1980-95 period but he can still make some great metal tunes and he does it with more melody and style than most of the metal today. The second disc is outtakes and appeared on other releases etc which is why I wait to buy cd's often to see what else is coming.
this is a solid one , it has mainly melodic songs but none with the brillaince of the earlier ozzy period songs but I would rather play this one than most metal out there today for sure. It's ozzy and he remembers melody, and that's the best metal.
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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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Ozzy continues to amaze me. he keeps updating his sound while still being Ozzy.

From the song writing to the production, to the live tracks and videos... Scream: Tour Edition is one of the best music purchases I have made in a while. Gus G on guitar is the perfect balance to Ozzy's music. And as a guitarist, a nice change and step forward from Mr. Wylde.

Buy it. listen to every note. Give it to your mom.
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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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