The Ozzman Cometh - Ozzy Osbourne

The Ozzman Cometh

Ozzy Osbourne

  • Genre: Hard Rock
  • Release Date: 2002-05-13
  • Explicitness: cleaned
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 15

  • ℗ Originally Recorded 1970 John Osbourne/Monowise, Ltd., (P) 1981, 1983, 1987, 1988, 199


Play Title Time Download
Black Sabbath 9:23  
War Pigs 8:13  
Goodbye to Romance 5:32  
Crazy Train 4:49  
Mr. Crowley 4:55  
Over the Mountain 4:31  
Paranoid 2:52  
Bark At the Moon 4:15  
Miracle Man 3:43  
Crazy Babies 4:14  
No More Tears 5:54  
Mama, I'm Coming Home 4:11  
I Don't Want to Change the Wor 4:00  
I Just Want You 4:55  
Back On Earth 4:59  


  • Sabbath? No, still awesome!

    By LordOfTheElements
    This is the only album so far that I have. That should change soon. The only thing about this is is it a compilation? Because bark at the moon is on here, and Mr. Crowley, and even Paranoid, Black Sabbath, And War Pigs. AWESOME THOUGH!!!!
  • Not like the original cd version

    By DrVictorVonDoom
    I have the original cd 2 disc version. The cd version has Shot in the Dark on track 9 (Miracle Man not included) and the second disc has Fairies Wear Boots, Behind the Wall of Sleep and an interview with Ozzy from 1988. This iTunes version is good but I would recommend finding the cd version.
  • Good but not Good Enough

    By SiiNzValentino
    iTunes should get the "Ozzy Osbourne years of Black Sabbath" because personally I believe Ozzy's best stuff was with Black Sabbath and whoever has the rights of it would be rich!
  • Black Sabbath Best Ever.

    By Bleu Eyez
    Still to this day!
  • I don't want to change the world

    By Ethan Kratzer
    live version Be careful; when looking for songs it is easy to purchase the wrong one as you cannot see the full title of the song until after it is and downloaded. I accidentally purchased the live version of this song, and have probably wasted $30+ the same way. In college as an architect on a shoe-string budget this is frustrating especially considering how liquid (easy access to cash or financing) apple is as a company. Since many of the previews start in the middle of a song, not to mention at differing times, choosing correctly is doubly difficult. Until apple makes its applications as flexible as its business structure, be cautious when buying songs. Just my opinion though, I've never written a review.
  • Still love this compilation!

    By Casey7183
    I bought the cd when it originally came out back in 1997. I loved every bit of it. I was stoked to find it on iTunes, except one thing kinda angered me. The original compilation had Shot in the Dark on track 9, and this one doesn't. I wonder why, because that was my absolute favorite. Miracle Man is a good replacement, but they should have kept SITD. I unchecked the basement tapes because they are absolute crap. Just listen to the original Sabbath records if you want to hear those. BTW iTunes........WHERE'S BLACK SABBATH???? I'm dying to pay for Iron Man!!!!
  • Ozzy Reborn...

    By blueLJS
    Turn my 11 year old grandson on to Ozzy, He loved it,! He put all his music on his Xbox, so his little friends could hear Ozzy's tunes. I really enjoyed it myself, those were the days, going to his concerts, Long Live Ozzy!.
  • Why the change?

    By eLuchon
    I have the 2 disc CD of The Ozzman Cometh, and track 9 is Shot In The Dark. Also, there is a bonus disc with Fairies Wear Boots and Behind The Wall Of Sleep. If nothing else the version of War Pigs with the occult lyrics is super dark and my favorite track. \m/
  • songs

    By A7XfoREVer12345
    on war pigs and black sabbath it's supposed to say demo version not basement
  • Beast

    By plnkniihcdgvsfcyhh9"46)?5)?;;
    Best ten dollars I ever spent