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Ozzy Osbourne's Discography

Ozzy Osbourne's Discography
The musical genre of heavy metal is Ozzy Osbourne's gift to the world. Having made a name for himself in the universally famous band; Black Sabbath, Ozzy never backed down. He went on to excel as a solo artist and continues to make history with every new song.
Rohini Mohan
The honorary title of the Godfather of Heavy Metal undoubtedly belongs to Ozzy Osbourne. He is the one-man army who brought rock music into the mainstream and revolutionized the way people perceive freedom of expression. It is spellbinding to watch him perform, and his older performances will give the musicians of today, a run for their money. No one has the pipes like Ozzy, and boy, can the man sing! He wasn't what you'd call an ideal singer, no sir, he wasn't a crooner either, but, there was something so magnetic about his voice and its sheer raw power, that the audience couldn't help succumb and stumble to the energy and melancholy of his voice. For a career that spans 40 years, Ozzy still continues to make a lasting impression through his music and persona. Not only is he known for his tremendous role in Black Sabbath, he is also famous for his solo albums, and singles, that have and will continue to inspire budding musicians until eternity. Let's take a moment to truly appreciate the decades of work put in by this musical genius through his discography.

Ozzy Osbourne's Singles
Years Songs Albums
2010 ▶ 2011
  • Let It Die
  • Life Won't Wait
  • Let Me Hear You Scream
  • Screams
▶ 2007
  • I Don't Wanna Stop
  • Not Going Away
  • Black Rain
  • Black Rain
2005 ▶ 2006
  • In My Life
  • Mississippi Queen
  • Under Cover
▶ 2003
  • Changes
    With Kelly Osbourne
  • Changes
2001 ▶ 2002
  • Dreamer
  • Gets Me Through
  • Down to Earth
▶ 1997
  • Back on Earth
  • The Ozzman Cometh
1995 ▶ 1996
  • Walk on Water
    (Beavis and Butt-head Do America)
  • I Just Want You
  • See You on the Other Side
  • Perry Mason
  • Ozzmosis
▶ 1993
  • Changes
  • Live & Loud
1991 ▶ 1992
  • Mr. Tinkertrain
  • Mama, I'm Coming Home
  • Road to Nowhere
  • Time After Time
  • No More Tears
  • No More Tears
▶ 1989
  • Close My Eyes Forever
    With Lita Ford
  • Lita
▶ 1988
  • Miracle Man
  • No Rest for the Wicked
▶ 1987
  • Crazy Train (Live)
  • Tribute
▶ 1986
  • The Ultimate Sin
  • Shot in the Dark
  • The Ultimate Sin
1983 ▶ 1984
  • So Tired
  • Bark at the Moon
  • Bark at the Moon
▶ 1982
  • Iron Man
  • Children of the Grave
  • Symptom of the Universe
  • Speak of the Devil
1981 ▶ 1982
  • You Can't Kill Rock N' Roll
  • Over the Mountain
  • Flying High Again
  • Diary of a Madman
▶ 1980
  • Mr. Crowley
  • Crazy Train
  • Blizzard of Ozz
Guest Appearances
Years Song Titles Artists and Their Albums
2010 Going Through Changes
Crucify the Dead
Eminem - Recovery
With Metallica
2008 Wake the Dead Alice Cooper - Along Came A Spider
2007 Judgement Day
Masters of War
Beanie Sigel - The Solution
Mountain - Masters of War
2003 Changes
Kelly Osbourne - Changes
Black Label Society - The Blessed Hellride
2001 Iron Head Rob Zombie - The Sinister Urge
2000 N.I.B
Who's Fooling Who
For Heaven's Sake
Primus - Nativity In Black II:
A Tribute to Black Sabbath
Tony Iommi - Iommi
Tony Iommi and Wu Tang Clan - Loud Rocks
Buried Alive
Shock The Monkey
Rick Wakeman - Return to the Centre of the Earth
Coal Chamber - Chamber Music
1998 Nowhere to Run
This Means War!!
Vertical Man
Chef Aid: The South Park
Album 1 - Crystal Method,
DMX, Ol' Dirty Bastard,
E.L.E. (Extinction Level Event),
Busta Rhymes
The Final World Front
Ringo Starr - Vertical Man
1997 Pictures of Matchstick Men Type O Negative
1994 Born to Be Wild
Iron Man
Miss Piggy, Kermit Unpigged
Therapy? and Nativity In Black:
A Tribute to Black Sabbath
Prince of Darkness
1992 I Ain't No Nice Guy
Shake Your Head
(Let's Go To Bed)
Slash, Lemmy/Motorhead,
March ör Die
Was (Not Was),
Born to Laugh at Tornadoes,
Kim Basinger
1991 Stayin' Alive
Hey Stoopid
Dweezil Zappa
Prince of Darkness
Alice Cooper - Hey Stoopid
Infectious Grooves
1990 Bombers (Can Open Bomb Bays)
Jack's Land
Bill Ward - Ward One:
Along the Way
1989 Led Clones
Purple Haze
Gary Moore - After the War
Stairway to Heaven
Highway to Hell compilation
1988 Close My Eyes Forever Lita Ford - Lita

Years Album Titles Movies and TV Series
▶ 2010 Crazy Train
Let Me Hear You Scream
Madden NFL 11
2008 ▶ 2009 Bark at the Moon
Crazy Train
Mr. Crowley
Guitar Hero: World Tour
▶ 2007 Crazy Train
I Don't Wanna Stop
Road to Nowhere
Ghost Rider
WWE Judgment Day
Wild Hogs
▶ 2006 Paranoid
Goodbye to Romance
We Are Marshall
It's a Boy Girl Thing
▶2005 Iron Man Guitar Hero
▶ 2004 Hellraiser Grand Theft Auto:
San Andreas
▶ 2003 Iron Man The School of Rock
▶ 2002 Flying High Again
Bark at the Moon
Grand Theft Auto:
Vice City
▶ 2000 Mama, I'm Coming Home Little Nicky
▶ 1998 Nowhere to Run Chef Aid:
The South Park Album
▶ 1997 Pictures of Matchstick Men
Shot in the Dark
Private Parts
Scream 2
▶ 1996 Walk on Water Beavis and Butt-Head
Do America
▶ 1992 Party with the Animals Buffy the Vampire Slayer
▶ 1990 The Urpney Song The Dreamstone
▶ 1986 Secret Loser The Wraith
Ozzy's Studio Albums
Years Album Titles Label
2010 Screams Epic
2007 Black Rain Epic
2005 Under Cover Epic
2001 Down to Earth Epic
1995 Ozzmosis Epic
1991 No More Tears Epic
1988 No Rest for the Wicked Epic
1986 The Ultimate Sin Epic
1983 Bark at the Moon Epic
1981 Diary of a Madman Jet
1980 Blizzard of Ozz Epic
LIVE Albums
Years Album Titles Label
2002 Live at Budokan Epic
1993 Live & Loud Epic
1987 Tribute Epic
1982 Speak of the Devil Epic

Compilation Albums
Years Album Titles Label
2005 Prince of Darkness Sony
2003 The Essential Ozzy Osbourne Epic
1997 The Ozzman Cometh Epic
1990 Ten Commandments Sony
1989 Best of Ozz Sony
Video Albums
Years Album Titles Label
2002 Live at Budokan Epic
1997 Ozzy Goes to Hollywood Epic
1992 Live & Loud Epic
1991 Don't Blame Me Epic
1989 Wicked Videos Epic
1986 The Ultimate Ozzy Epic
1984 Bark at the Moon Epic
1982 Speak of the Devil Jet/Epic

Ozzy Osbourne defines the never-say-die attitude, as he continues to experiment, take chances, and defy the odds, by collaborating with diverse artists. He has transcended the comfort of his own genre to make some everlasting singles with R&B, hip-hop, and progressive rock musicians. One thing is certain, we will have the fortune to listen and appreciate his newer creations in the years to come.