Clip - Ozzy Osbourne - You Can't Kill Rock and Roll (with original bass and drum parts)


Title : Ozzy Osbourne - You Can't Kill Rock and Roll (with original bass and drum parts) (7:21)
Description : IMPORTANT! READ: In 1980, Ozzy released his first solo album, Blizzard of Ozz. Then in 1981, he released his second, Diary Of A Madman. His band for these two albums consisted of himself on vocals, Randy Rhoads on guitar, Bob Daisley on Bass, and Lee Kerslake on drums. In 1995, these were remastered on CD for the first time, untampered with. Then in 2002, they were released again, only with rerecorded bass and drum parts for some type of legal reason by two totally different musicians. The 2002 versions ruined the original albums and unfortunatly, is the only versions really sold in stores today. So chances are if you own these CDs and bought them recently, you have the crap rerecorded bass and drum versions of these classic albums. The new musicians just couldn't hold up to the skill, slickness and nostalgia that Bob Daisley and Lee Kershlake had. The rerecording makes the albums seem quite awkward and is all around just bad. If you're looking to buy these classic albums on CD, track down the 1995 version, the one you are hearing right now, you can distinctly recognize it if you see it in stores or online because the original cover in shrunken down and OZZY written very largely down the right side, as seen in the picture. If the cover of the CD is just the original cover, then its the 2002 version. (Most will also have a label telling you the bass and drums have been rerecorded). But trust me, it sounds awful. These are two of the greatest heavy metal albums of all time..period...in their original state. Be careful, Ozzy's third classic classic has been totally remixed and sounds God awful. So if you're buying Ozzy's BLIZZARD OF OZZ, DIARY OF A MADMAN, or BARK AT THE MOON, buy the 1995 releases, not the 2002 ones. Remember, cover shrunken down in the middle and OZZY written really big on the right
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IMPORTANT! READ: In 1980, Ozzy released his first solo album, Blizzard of Ozz. Then in 1981, he released his second, Diary Of A Madman. His band for these two albums consisted of himself on vocals, Randy Rhoads on guitar, Bob Daisley on Bass, and Lee Kerslake on drums. In 1995, these were remastered
IMPORTANT! READ: In 1980, Ozzy released his first solo album, Blizzard of Ozz. Then in 1981, he released his second, Diary Of A Madman. His band for these two albums consisted of himself on vocals, Randy Rhoads on guitar, Bob Daisley on Bass, and Lee Kerslake on drums. In 1995, these were remastered
IMPORTANT! READ: In 1980, Ozzy released his first solo album, Blizzard of Ozz. Then in 1981, he released his second, Diary Of A Madman. His band for these two albums consisted of himself on vocals, Randy Rhoads on guitar, Bob Daisley on Bass, and Lee Kerslake on drums. In 1995, these were remastered
IMPORTANT! READ: In 1980, Ozzy released his first solo album, Blizzard of Ozz. Then in 1981, he released his second, Diary Of A Madman. His band for these two albums consisted of himself on vocals, Randy Rhoads on guitar, Bob Daisley on Bass, and Lee Kerslake on drums. In 1995, these were remastered
IMPORTANT! READ: In 1980, Ozzy released his first solo album, Blizzard of Ozz. His band consisted of himself on vocals, Randy Rhoads on guitar, Bob Daisley on Bass, and Lee Kerslake on drums. In 1995, it was released on CD for the first time, untampered with. Then in 2002, it was released again, onl
IMPORTANT! READ: In 1980, Ozzy released his first solo album, Blizzard of Ozz. Then in 1981, he released his second, Diary Of A Madman. His band for these two albums consisted of himself on vocals, Randy Rhoads on guitar, Bob Daisley on Bass, and Lee Kerslake on drums. In 1995, these were remastered
IMPORTANT! READ: In 1980, Ozzy released his first solo album, Blizzard of Ozz. His band consisted of himself on vocals, Randy Rhoads on guitar, Bob Daisley on Bass, and Lee Kerslake on drums. In 1995, it was released on CD for the first time, untampered with. Then in 2002, it was released again, onl
IMPORTANT! READ: In 1980, Ozzy released his first solo album, Blizzard of Ozz. His band consisted of himself on vocals, Randy Rhoads on guitar, Bob Daisley on Bass, and Lee Kerslake on drums. In 1995, it was released on CD for the first time, untampered with. Then in 2002, it was released again, onl
IMPORTANT! READ: In 1980, Ozzy released his first solo album, Blizzard of Ozz. His band consisted of himself on vocals, Randy Rhoads on guitar, Bob Daisley on Bass, and Lee Kerslake on drums. In 1995, it was released on CD for the first time, untampered with. Then in 2002, it was released again, onl
Great song, but you can see why ozzy rarely sung it.
IMPORTANT! READ: In 1980, Ozzy released his first solo album, Blizzard of Ozz. His band consisted of himself on vocals, Randy Rhoads on guitar, Bob Daisley on Bass, and Lee Kerslake on drums. In 1995, it was released on CD for the first time, untampered with. Then in 2002, it was released again, onl
Ozzy Osbourne - Flying High Again, from "The Essential Ozzy Osbourne" album.
IMPORTANT! READ: In 1980, Ozzy released his first solo album, Blizzard of Ozz. Then in 1981, he released his second, Diary Of A Madman. His band for these two albums consisted of himself on vocals, Randy Rhoads on guitar, Bob Daisley on Bass, and Lee Kerslake on drums. In 1995, these were remastered
Ozzy Osbourne's Diary of a Madman
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Little Dolls - Diary of A Madman Lyrics: Wrything and screaming The pain just won't go He'll show you no mercy Your image in his hands It's useless to try Escaping his curses The pins and needles Prick the skin of little dolls. Tortured and flaming You give birth to hell Living a nightmare It's a
IMPORTANT! READ: In 1980, Ozzy released his first solo album, Blizzard of Ozz. Then in 1981, he released his second, Diary Of A Madman. His band for these two albums consisted of himself on vocals, Randy Rhoads on guitar, Bob Daisley on Bass, and Lee Kerslake on drums. In 1995, these were remastered
Sry for lyrics mistakes... I found them online Ozzy Osbourne - You can't Kill rock and roll.
Ozzy Osbourne - Rock 'N' Roll Rebel, from "The Essential Ozzy Osbourne" album.
the 3rd song from ozzy osbourne's album "Diary Of a Madman" a beautiful song and another of my favorites from the prince of darkness I do not own this song or the rights to this song, neither do i own the Scream album. All rights go to The Prince of Darkness and SME
Line up: Ozzy Osbourne -- Vocals; Zakk Wylde -- Guitar; Robert Trujillo -- Bass; Mike Bordin -- Drums; John Sinclair -- Keyboards; This video is fair use under U.S. copyright law because it is noncommercial and transformative in nature, uses no more of the original than necessary, and has no negati
You Can't Kill Rock n' Roll Ozzy Osbourne Randy Rhoads Guitar Cover From the Diary of a Madman Album. Full Song..with Both Solos.
IMPORTANT! READ: In 1980, Ozzy released his first solo album, Blizzard of Ozz. His band consisted of himself on vocals, Randy Rhoads on guitar, Bob Daisley on Bass, and Lee Kerslake on drums. In 1995, it was released on CD for the first time, untampered with. Then in 2002, it was released again, onl
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