Last This really is the best Ozzy work to date in my opinion.
Last This really is the best Ozzy work to date in my opinion. Ozzy's vocals sound better then anything he has done before. Lee has come up with some awesome riffs and constructed them great for these songs. Every song on this album is magnificent. The only really downside of this song is the flanger riff at the end of the chorus around 1: The solo for this song is lame too. Other then that the songs has great pounding drums and a great arena rock sound that would get your fists pumping!
Secret Loser is just a killer song. The instruments don't do a whole lot for me, though the cool artificial harmonics at the end of the bridges are pretty cool. Ozzy's singing in this song makes this song and makes it very superb.
Never Know Why is another great arena rock anthem. Thank God For The Bomb is probably my least favorite song on this album. It really has a corny verse riff, and the lyrics are really cheesy too.
If there were any filler songs on here this could just be one of them. Another song where the vocals make the song a great song. Never has some good riffs but nothing fantastic compared to the rest of the album. But the chorus and bridges are just amazing due to the lyrics and vocals. Lighting Never Strikes Twice!!! Great lyrics, great rhythm riffs, great vocals!!!
One of my favorite songs on this album Just a great song where you can crank up your car stereo and yell along with the vocals. This is probably the first song on this album that has a solo that stands out and is actually a more complex solo. Killer Giants is an epic song about the horrors of war and what is to come if nothing changes about nuclear weapons. A great ballad sounding song with the heavy chorus. Very catchy song, the lyrics really stick in your head.
Fool Like You, not one of my favorite songs but a good one at that.. The song sounds just like everything else on the album which not a bad thing. The album close up with Shot In The Dark. What a great song to stick at the end. Great intro, very memorable chorus! Shot In The Dark was the only song from this album that really stuck with Ozzy's career. Which is a shame cause some of these songs that didn't make it are classics.
Lee comes up with some good guitar constructions here, and Ozzy's vocals are actually much better than on the previous three albums. That said, there is still a massive, massive amount of filler here, but about four good songs is far better than one good song. Now come up with something better or I'll send you to Vietnam to make wallets for me for 34 cents an hour, that's pretty much all you're good for, you cocaine loving bag of donkey crap.
Now here we go - this is nice and catchy and sounds how 80s metal is supposed to sound, and finally, Ozzy comes clean with his confession. Good, admitting the problem is the first step towards finding the solution.
The second step is to fucking kill yourself, because piles of shit laugh at you behind your back. Then we're just not going to talk about the next three songs. I was forced to listen to them once, and I'm still traumatised. And no, I'll never know why. Whoo, look at me, I'm creative in writing this review - maybe I wouldn't have to be, if you were creative in writing your songs!
Ya know what, it's cheesy, but that intro riff is what "Crazy Train" should've been. Take the solo of Crazy Train, throw in this monster intro riff, and put Halford on vocals and you'd have The vocals are actually decent here, nothing to have framed and put over the mantle, but still, far better than some other shit.
The verses are a bit mediocre, but this song still nonetheless is quite nice. Then, the last track.
Say what you will, this is by far the greatest Ozzy Osbourne song. Better than anything with Randy on guitar, because the song is perfectly cohesive, amazingly catchy, and just rules your ass like Mistress Helga. Incredibly fucking great song - you know the infinite monkeys rule - give 'em an infinite number of typewriters, they're gonna come up with something worth having - here is what Loser Losebourne managed to come up with, by sheer chance.
If the rest of this album were this good, I'd not have to trash it, but noooo, you decided to suck! Accept the consequences, retard!
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