Ozzy Osbourne-Blizzard of Ozz
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Released: 1981 Jet/Epic

What a career this guy has had. Black Sabbath and solo, this guy has created such a wealth of material. But this is the album that introduced Randy Rhoads to the world. Randy Rhoads had that special blend of classical influence and heavy metal/hard rock flash. We couldn't even begin to calculate the extent to which he has influenced guitar playing throughout the world. This album features "I Don't Know", "Crazy Train", "Mr Crowley", "Goodbye to Romance" and "Suicide Solution". But my all-time favorite track from Ozzy on any of his albums is Revelation (Mother Earth). Ozzy has never put out a bad album. He came close with The Ultimate Sin (1986) but there were a few good songs that were just good enough to save it from being put in that category. After this album I'd recommend the following albums in the following order: Diary of a Madman (1981) which features "Flying High Again" and "Over the Mountain", Bark at the Moon (1983), Ozzmosis (1995), which features "Perry Mason", and No More Tears (1991), which features "Mama I'm Coming Home".

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