Diary of a Madman songs Product Information
Diary of a Madman album for sale by Ozzy Osbourne was released Apr 02, 2002 on the Epic label. Also available in a 3-pack with BARK AT THE MOON and THE ULTIMATE SIN. Diary of a Madman CD music Digitally remastered by Stephen Marcussen (Marcussen Mastering). Diary of a Madman buy CD music Released three years after his departure from Black Sabbath, DIARY is Ozzy's second solo album. Diary of a Madman songs A true metal masterpiece, the record features Randy Rhoads (previously in Quiet Riot). DIARY and its successors showed that Ozzy could not only make it on his own, but exceed his former bandmates in popularity. Diary of a Madman CD music contains a single disc with 9 songs. ...See Full Description
Diary of a Madman album for sale Product Description
Ozzy Osbourne - Diary of a Madman Album Track Listing
Diary of a Madman buy CD music Customer Reviews
List All 28 Reviews
straight into the trash because ozzy is an idiot for screwing with a classic album.
By Porky (alabama)
|Album is changed by "remixing."|
Buy the original releases or the remastered ones from 1995. The newer remastered ones from 2002 DO NOT have the original musicians who performed on the album!
By cbuch5641 (Chicago,Ill USA)
||Never ever buy a remastered cd ever!!!!!|
Ozzy made a mistake Butchering his own records! Find the 95 remastered or the original digital audio please!!!!
By MrRadioactive (Overland Park KS USA)
this is a very good but the last of guitar god Randy Rhoads. some of Ozz's best songs are here such as Believer, Over the Mountain, You Can't Kill Rock n Roll, and the title track. I love it and recommand it with Blizzard, No more Tears, and The Ultimate Sin.
By clatta07 (williamston, MI)
||The best metal album of all time!|
This album tops my "150 best albums that I ever heard" list. I can't comment on the remix, but there is not a wasted note on this album. The goofy album cover belies the layers of emotion within this album. I've been playing guitar for 19 years and still enjoy digging into the treasure trove of riffs and fills within the tablature. Even Rudy Sarzo played inspired, a rare 80's metal album where the bass did not get lost in the mix.
By snaggletooth222 (Warren, MI)
heard this album?
Diary of a Madman songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||3021483|
|Release Date||Apr 02, 2002|
|Recording Time||49 minutes|
|Additional Info||Bonus Track; Remastered||