Ultimate Sin songs Product Information
Ultimate Sin album for sale by Ozzy Osbourne was released Dec 17, 2002 on the Epic label. Also available in a 3-pack with DIARY OF A MADMAN and BARK AT THE MOON. Ultimate Sin CD music Ozzy Osbourne's 1983 release, BARK AT THE MOON, revealed that keyboards were becoming an integral ingredient in his music. On his next release, THE ULTIMATE SIN, keyboards were used even more extensively, resulting in Ozzy's most commercially accessible work. Despite the fact that many longtime fans resented the album's pop-metal leanings, THE ULTIMATE SIN became Osbourne's fastest-selling album to that point. Ultimate Sin CD music contains a single disc with 9 songs. ...See Full Description
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||better then it gets credit for|
i know this is regarded as ozzy's worst solo album but i like it and think it often gets overlooked in the ozzy catalog.lightning strikes has always been one of my favorite ozzy tracks.secret loser and fool like you are also good as is most of the album.only song i dont really like is never.jake e lee's guitar work really make this album.i always perfered his style over zack wylde,of course randy rhoads was the greatest of them all,i also like randy castillos drumming.ill give it 3 stars because 4 might be too high. id give it 3 and a half if i could.and while this cd is not great its certainly good and if your an ozzy fanatic like me you will know that anything ozzy records if its not great then at the very least is good.
By rick (cape breton.ns canada)
||The Ultimate disaster?|
Jake E Lee the most technical guitarist Ozzy has had. Jake really shined on this record with his fret work. Shot in the Dark writen by bass player Phill Soussan became a hit charting at # 5! Though on this record Ozzy was deep into drugs and alcohol causing Jake to split in late 86.
By MrRadioactive (Overland Park KS USA)
||Ultimate Jake E. Shines|
Although, Ozzy's voice sounds a bit tired on most of this...(Drugs catching up to him), Jake makes this Album. He was amazing.. strong points. Thank God for the Bomb, Killer of Giants( 7 fret spread there on that song by the way), and secret loser. however, the whole album rocks. just like the 80's. if you like jake check out his "Badlands" stuff. very bluesy and great. and he teamed up with Ray Gillian of Deep Purple, and Eric Singer who went on to replace Eric Carr of Kiss. And if you're a fan of Ray Gillian check out the last cuts Jake released of his.. this catalog has it. under badlands.
By rhtowell99 (Sterling, AK USA)
||one lame song but the rest are good|
Was in highschool when this album first came out. Jake's guitar playing is very good on this album, I like every song but, the jingle sounding shot in the dark.
By a reviewer (Fredericksburg,Va,USA)
||Ignore the critics|
I didn't buy this album for a long time due to the awful reviews it recieved from many websites, but when i did i was so glad i bought it. I must admit that the first time i heard it i wasn't immediately grabbed, but after 2 or 3 listens i realised that this is a graet album, the only poor(er)cut is Lightening Strikes - all the other tracks are heavy, direct and are catchy. Ignore the critics and buy this album!
By a reviewer (lancashire england)
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Ultimate Sin songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||5519523|
|Release Date||Dec 17, 2002|
|Producer||Ron Nebison; Ron Nevison|
|Engineer||Ron Nebison; Ron Nevison|
|Recording Time||40 minutes|
|Additional Info||Germany; Remastered||