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Ozzy Osbourne  -  Memoirs Of A Madman (2x DVD9)

John Michael "Ozzy" Osbourne (born 3 December 1948) is an English heavy
metal vocalist, songwriter, and television personality. Osbourne rose to
prominence in the early 1970s as the lead vocalist of the pioneering
band Black Sabbath, whose dark and heavy sound has often been cited as
key to the development of the heavy metal genre. Osbourne left Black
Sabbath in 1979 and has since had a successful solo career, releasing 11
studio albums, the first seven of which were all awarded multi-platinum
certifications in the U.S., although he has reunited with Black Sabbath
on several occasions, most recently in 2011, to record the album 13,
which was released in 2013. Osbourne's longevity and success have earned
him the informal title of "Godfather of Heavy Metal".

Osbourne's total album sales from his years in Black Sabbath, combined
with his solo work, is over 100 million. As a member of Black Sabbath he
was inducted into the U.S. Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and was inducted
into the UK Music Hall of Fame as both a solo artist and as a member of
the band. He has a star on the Birmingham Walk of Stars as well as the
Hollywood Walk of Fame. In the early 2000s, he became a TV star,
appearing as himself in the MTV reality program The Osbournes, alongside
wife/manager Sharon and two of their three children, Kelly and Jack.

After leaving Black Sabbath, Osbourne was signed to Don Arden's Jet
Records. Arden dispatched his daughter Sharon to Los Angeles to "look
after Ozzy's needs, whatever they were", as a means of protecting his
investment. Initially, Arden was hopeful that Osbourne would return to
Black Sabbath, and he later attempted to convince the singer to name his
new band "Son of Sabbath", which Osbourne hated. Sharon attempted to
convince Osbourne to form a new supergroup with guitarist Gary Moore. In
late 1979, under the management of the Ardens, Osbourne formed the band
The Blizzard of Ozz, the line-up of which featured drummer Lee Kerslake
(of Uriah Heep), bassist/lyricist Bob Daisley (of Rainbow and later
Uriah Heep), keyboardist Don Airey (of Rainbow, and later Deep Purple),
and guitarist Randy Rhoads (of Quiet Riot). The record company would
eventually title the group's debut album Blizzard of Ozz credited simply
under Osbourne's name, thus commencing his solo career. Co-written with
Daisley and Rhoads, the album brought Osbourne considerable success on
his first solo effort. Though it is generally accepted that Osbourne and
Rhoads started the band, bassist Daisley later claimed that he and
Osbourne formed the band in England before Rhoads officially joined.
Osbourne has maintained that his original choice for bassist was Dana
Strum, and that it was Strum who arranged Rhoads' audition. Blizzard of
Ozz is one of the very few albums amongst the 100 best selling albums of
the 1980s to have achieved multi-platinum status without the benefit of
a Top 40 single. As of August 1997, it achieved Quadruple Platinum
status according to RIAA.

Osbourne's second album, Diary of a Madman, featured more songs
co-written with Bob Daisley. For his work on this album and Blizzard of
Ozz, Randy Rhoads was ranked the 85th greatest guitarist of all time by
Rolling Stone magazine in 2003. This album is known for the singles
"Over the Mountain" and "Flying High Again"; additionally, Osbourne
explains in his autobiography that Diary is his own personal favourite
album. Tommy Aldridge and Rudy Sarzo soon replaced Kerslake and Daisley
in the band. Aldridge had been Osbourne's original choice as the band's
drummer, but a commitment to Gary Moore made him initially unavailable.
Sarzo had previously played in Quiet Riot with guitarist Rhoads, who
recommended him for the position.

On 19 March 1982 while Rhoads was in Florida for the follow-up Diary of a
Madman tour, and a week away from playing Madison Square Garden in New
York City, a light aircraft piloted by Andrew Aycock (the band's tour
bus driver) carrying guitarist Randy Rhoads and Rachel Youngblood, the
band's costume and make up designer, crashed while performing low passes
over the band's tour bus. In a prank turned deadly, the left wing of
the aircraft clipped the bus, causing the plane to graze a tree and
crash into the attached garage of a nearby mansion, killing Rhoads,
Aycock, and the band's hairdresser, Rachel Youngblood. On autopsy,
cocaine was found to be present in Aycock's urine. The crash was
officially ruled the result of "poor judgement by the pilot in buzzing
the bus and misjudging clearance of obstacles". Experiencing firsthand
the horrific death of his close friend and band mate, Osbourne fell into
a deep depression. The tour was cancelled for two weeks while Osbourne,
his wife/manager Sharon, and drummer Aldridge returned to Los Angeles
to take stock while bassist Sarzo remained in Florida with family.

Gary Moore was the first guitarist approached to replace Rhoads, but he
refused. Ex-Gillan guitarist Bernie Tormé replaced Rhoads once the tour
resumed, though his tenure in the band would last less than one month.
During an audition for guitarists in a hotel room, Osbourne selected
Night Ranger's Brad Gillis to finish the tour. The tour culminated in
the release of the 1982 live album, Speak of the Devil recorded at the
Ritz in New York City. A live tribute album for Rhoads was also later

Despite the difficulties, Osbourne moved on after Rhoads' death. Speak
of the Devil, known in the United Kingdom as Talk of the Devil, was
originally planned to consist of live recordings from 1981, primarily
from Osbourne's solo work. Under contract to produce a live album, it
ended up consisting entirely of Black Sabbath covers recorded with Brad
Gillis, bassist Rudy Sarzo, and drummer Tommy Aldridge. Osbourne later
commented (inside the cover of "Tribute" ) "I don't give a fuck about
that album. It was just a bunch of bullshit Sabbath covers."

In 1982 Osbourne appeared as lead vocalist on the Was (Not Was) pop
dance track "Shake Your Head (Let's Go to Bed)". Madonna performed
backing vocals. Osbourne's cut was remixed and re-released in the early
1990s for a Was (Not Was) greatest hits album in Europe, and it cracked
the UK pop chart. Madonna asked that her vocal not be restored for the
hits package, so new vocals by Kim Basinger were added to complement
Osbourne's lead.

In 1983 a new guitarist was recruited to play with Osbourne. Jake E.
Lee, formerly of Ratt and Rough Cutt, joined the band to record Bark at
the Moon. The album, co-written with Bob Daisley, featured Tommy
Aldridge, and former Rainbow keyboard player Don Airey. The album
contains the fan favourite "Bark at the Moon". The music video for "Bark
at the Moon" was partially filmed at the Holloway Sanitorium outside of
London, England. Within weeks the album became certified gold. To date
it has sold three million copies in the US

1986's The Ultimate Sin followed (with bassist Phil Soussan and drummer
Randy Castillo), and touring behind both albums with ex-Uriah Heep
keyboardist John Sinclair joining prior to the Ultimate Sin tour. At the
time of its release, The Ultimate Sin was Osbourne's highest charting
studio album. The RIAA awarded the album Platinum status on 14 May 1986,
soon after its release; it was awarded Double Platinum status on 26
October 1994.

Jake E. Lee and Osbourne parted ways in 1987. Osbourne continued to
struggle with chemical dependency. That year he commemorated the fifth
anniversary of Rhoads' death with Tribute, live recordings from 1981
that had gone unreleased for years. In 1988 Osbourne appeared in The
Decline of Western Civilization Part II: The Metal Years and told the
director, Penelope Spheeris, that "sobriety fucking sucks". Meanwhile,
Osbourne found Zakk Wylde, who was the most enduring replacement for
Rhoads to date. Together they recorded No Rest for the Wicked with
Castillo on drums, Sinclair on keyboards, and Daisley co-writing lyrics
and playing bass. The subsequent tour saw Osbourne reunited with
erstwhile Black Sabbath bandmate Geezer Butler on bass. A live EP
(entitled Just Say Ozzy) featuring Geezer was released two years later.
Butler continued to tour with Osbourne for the subsequent four tours,
and was a major stage presence throughout. In 1988, Osbourne performed
on the rock ballad, "Close My Eyes Forever", a duet with Lita Ford,
reaching No. 8 on the Billboard Hot 100. In 1989 Osbourne performed at
the Moscow Music Peace Festival.

While very successful as a heavy metal act through the 1980s, Osbourne
sustained commercial success into the 1990s, starting with 1991's No
More Tears, featuring the song "Mama, I'm Coming Home". The album
enjoyed much radio and MTV exposure. It also initiated a practice of
bringing in outside composers to help pen Osbourne's solo material
instead of relying solely upon his recording ensemble to write and
arrange the music. The album was mixed by veteran rock producer Michael
Wagener. Osbourne was awarded a Grammy Award for the track "I Don't Want
to Change the World" from Live & Loud, for Best Metal Performance
of 1994.

Wagener also mixed the live album Live & Loud released in 28 June
1993. At the time, it was to be Osbourne's final album. The album went
platinum four times over, and ranked at number 10 on that year's
Billboard rock charts. At this point Osbourne expressed his fatigue with
the process of touring, and proclaimed his "retirement tour" (which was
to be short-lived). It was called "No More Tours", a pun on his No More
Tears album. Prior to the tour Alice in Chains' Mike Inez took over on
bass and Kevin Jones on keyboards as Sinclair was touring with The Cult.
Osbourne's entire CD catalogue was remastered and reissued in 1995.

In 1995 Osbourne released Ozzmosis and returned to touring, dubbing his
concert performances "The Retirement Sucks Tour". The album reached
number 4 on the US Billboard 200. The Recording Industry Association of
America (RIAA) certified the album gold and platinum in that same year,
and double platinum in April 1999. The album features the hard rocking
fan favourites "Perry Mason", "Ghost Behind My Eyes", "Thunder
Underground", and the power ballad "See You on the Other Side".

The line-up on Ozzmosis was Zakk Wylde, Geezer Butler (who had just quit
Black Sabbath again) and ex-Bad English, Steve Vai and Hardline drummer
Deen Castronovo, now in Journey. Keyboards were played by Yes's Rick
Wakeman and producer Michael Beinhorn. The tour maintained Butler and
Castronovo and saw Sinclair return, but a major line-up change was the
introduction of ex-David Lee Roth guitarist Joe Holmes. Wylde was
considering an offer to join Guns N' Roses. Unable to wait for a
decision on Wylde's departure decision, Osbourne replaced him. In early
1996, Butler and Castronovo left. Mike Inez (Alice in Chains) and Randy
Castillo (Lita Ford, Mötley Crüe) filled in. Ultimately, Faith No More's
Mike Bordin and ex-Suicidal Tendencies and future Metallica bassist
Robert Trujillo joined on drums and bass respectively. A greatest hits
package, The Ozzman Cometh was issued in 1997.

Tracklist DVD 1:

01. Bark At The Moon
02. So Tired
03. The Ultimate Sin
04. Lightning Strikes
05. Crazy Train
06. Miracle Man
07. Crazy Babies
08. Breaking All The Rules
09. No More Tears
10. Mama, I'm Coming Home
11. Mr. Tinkertrain
12. Time After Time
13. Road To Nowhere
14. I Don't Want To Change The World (Live)
15. Changes
16. Perry Mason
17. I Just Want You
18. See You On The Other Side
19. Back On Earth
20. Gets Me Through
21. Dreamer
22. In My Life
23. I Don't Wanna Stop
24. Let Me Hear You Scream
25. Life Won t Wait
26. Let It Die

Content DVD 2:

Rochester, NY 1981
I Don't Know
Suicide Solution
Mr Crowley
Crazy Train

Albuquerque, NM 1982
Over the Mountain

MTV 1982 New York
Fairies Wear Boots

Entertainment USA 1984 Kansas City, MO 1986
Bark at the Moon
Never Know Why
Killer of Giants
Thank God for the Bomb
Secret Loser

Philadelphia, PA 1989
Bloodbath in Paradise
Tattooed Dancer
Miracle Man

MTV 1989 Marquee, UK 1991
Bark at the Moon

San Diego, CA 1992
I Don't Want to Change the World
Road to Nowhere

Japan 1992
No More Tears

MTV 1992
Mama, I'm Coming Home

Studio 1992

"Ozzmosis" Recording Sessions 1992

Ozzfest 1996
Perry Mason

Tokyo, Japan 2001
Gets Me Through

Ozzfest 2007
Not Going Away

Las Vegas, NV 2007
I Don't Wanna Stop

London, England 2010
Let Me Hear You Scream

Philadelphia, PA 1989
Flying High Again

Tokyo, Japan 2001

MPEG2 Video 720x480, 29.970 fps, 9800.0 kbit/s
Compression: None (VIDEO_TS files)
Audio: LPCM, 48.0 kHz, 2 chn, 16 bit, 1536.0 kbit/s
Menu: Yes
Extra`s: Lots of it
Artwork : None...

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El primer Primer DVD contiene más de dos docenas de videoclips inolvidables y clásicos que abarcan toda la discografía de OZZY, incluyendo una versión alternativa de “Mama, I’m Coming Home” e imágenes de cómo se rodaron los vídeos de “Let Me Hear You Scream” y “Life Won’t Wait.”

El segundo DVD contiene imágenes de actuaciones en directo y entrevistas realizadas a OZZY durante su carrera en solitario, muchas de las cuales ven la luz por primera vez en este DVD. Algunas de las imágenes seleccionadas han sido parte de lanzamientos en VHS hace tiempo descatalogados; otras se verán por primera vez en esta colección, haciendo de ésta una colección esencial para nuevos y antiguos fans. La unión musical y visual del trabajo de OZZY es simplemente perfecta, con un efecto que el DVD Memoirs Of A Madman muestra de manera brillante.

Software: DVD-Decrypter (Image.ISO)
Tamaño archivo: 2.87 GB
Portadas: Todas a 400 dpi.
Video: NTSC
Sonido: LPCM 2.0

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unica723Fecha: Jueves, 2014-10-23, 8:42 PM | Mensaje # 2
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Genial!!!!! Muchas gracias!!!
jarpomarxFecha: Viernes, 2014-10-24, 7:17 PM | Mensaje # 4
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Gracias, otro que estaba esperando a comprarlo cuando bajara un poco de precio.

jarpomarxFecha: Jueves, 2014-11-06, 8:29 PM | Mensaje # 5
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Actualizado el primer mensaje del hilo con enlaces para la mula, los scans y el tracklist del segundo DVD.

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GENIAL , jarpomarx.....mille grazie

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esta barbaro buen material  cool gracias
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¡¡SUPERIOR!!, Gracias por el aporte music
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