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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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Won't you listen 'cos I'm at it
Lightning striking and on that
You can depend
They say that lightning never
Strikes the same place twice

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