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Easily one of the most underappreciated songs from Ozzy's mid-80's repertoire, this particular gem from 1986's "The Ultimate Sin" starts off with Jake E. Lee's clever nod to the opening riff from "Crazy Train" and proceeds to unleash its metallic onslaught with the crashing abrasive drumwork of the late Randy Castillo and the solid bass work of Phil Soussan providing an impenetrable force of unabashed raw-sounding display of musicianship. The sweeping guitar riffs with its hammer-on string-bending signature sound on… read more

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  • Avatar for GodofDeathMetal
    "...that intro riff is what "Crazy Train" should've been."
  • Avatar for GodofDeathMetal
    That opening riff could have been Crazy Train's opening riff. Seriously. Yes, this song rules on so many levels.
  • Avatar for nlventura93
    This is why Jake E Lee is a badass guitar player \m/
  • Avatar for FjordSweetFjord
    always loved this song, great lead by Jake as well!!
  • Avatar for liquidvizions
    IM NOT APOLOGIZING I AM WHAT I AM! THERE IS NO COMPROMISING... I DON'T GIVE A DAMN!!!
  • Avatar for liquidvizions
    Ozzy sounds so damn good on this song and the whole album + JAKE E LEE IS JUST GODLY!!!
  • Avatar for WestfieldCo
    One of my favorite Ozzy album's. Jake E. Lee is killer on this and with Badlands.
  • Avatar for ericshep
    Was für ein Schwanz Kopf! Dinkie da unten hat Ozzy in seiner eigenen Bibliothek! Beenden Sie den Kleber schnüffeln Hanz!
  • Avatar for Heike-Frank
    Ozzy sucks :)
  • Avatar for PabloFromPoland
    Ozzy's worst.

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