Ozzy Osbourne - Down To Earth

7.1 | 300 votes |
Release date: 16 October 2001
Style: Heavy metal


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01. Gets Me Through
02. Facing Hell
03. Dreamer
04. No Easy Way Out
05. That I Never Had
06. You Know... (Part 1)
07. Junkie
08. Running Out Of Time
09. Black Illusion
10. Alive
11. Can You Hear Them?

John Michael Osbourne - vocals
Jeffrey Phillip Wielandt - guitars
Michael Bordin - drums
Robert Trujillo - bass

Additional musicians:
Tim Palmer - guitars, keyboards, military drums, backing vocals
Michael Railo - keyboards, string arrangements, backing vocals
Danny Saber - additional guitars

Additional info
Produced by Tim Palmer.

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(As my user name indicates, I am a dedicated Ozzy Osbourne fan. But I promise that this will not cloud my review of this record.)

The Ozzman returns! 6 whole, long years after the release of his last album "Ozzmosis", Ozzy Osbourne creates a brand new record, the album of his old age!
At 53 years old, many people believed that he should "retire" from the heavy metal roller -coaster. However the energy he gets from his fans is just too much for him to ignore! He jumps back into action, showing us all that he's here, and he's here to stay.

published 18.04.2004 | Comments (3)

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03.02.2011 - 16:49
This and Ozzmosis are Ozzy's WORST moments. Terrible album.
Goodspeed on the Devils Thunder
26.07.2015 - 23:42
Rating: 8
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Tage Westerlund
Written by BloodFireDeath on 03.02.2011 at 16:49

This and Ozzmosis are Ozzy's WORST moments. Terrible album.

I agree, seems like Rob Zombie and some groovers wrote a music
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