Top 9 Ozzy Osbourne Songs

Top 9 Ozzy Osbourne Songs

On December 3rd Ozzy Osbourne turned 75. In celebration we countdown his Top 9 best songs of all time.


9. “Mama, I’m Coming Home” (1991): Another ballad, this time from the “No More Tears” album, it’s a heartfelt and melodic song that became a commercial success. Zakk Wylde’s soulful guitar work complements Ozzy’s vocals beautifully.


8. “War Pigs” (1970) – Black Sabbath: Another Black Sabbath classic, “War Pigs” is a politically charged anthem with powerful guitar riffs and Ozzy’s distinctive vocal delivery. The song has become a symbol of the early heavy metal movement.


7. “Road to Nowhere” (1991): Closing the “No More Tears” album, this song is a melodic and reflective piece that shows a more mature side of Ozzy’s songwriting.


6. “Flying High Again” (1981): This song from the “Diary of a Madman” album is a fan favorite, known for its upbeat tempo, catchy chorus, and memorable guitar work by Randy Rhoads.


5. “No More Tears” (1991): Known for its bluesy guitar work and haunting melody, “No More Tears” is one of Ozzy’s more mature and polished tracks. The song features Zakk Wylde on guitar, adding his signature style to the mix.


4. “Bark at the Moon” (1983): This title track from Ozzy’s third studio album features a powerful riff and an unforgettable guitar solo. The music video, featuring Ozzy as a werewolf, adds to the song’s iconic status.


3. “Mr. Crowley” (1980): Another standout from Ozzy’s collaboration with Randy Rhoads, “Mr. Crowley” showcases Ozzy’s ability to incorporate dark and occult themes into his music. Rhoads’ guitar solo in this song is often regarded as one of the greatest in rock history.


2. “Paranoid” (1970) – Black Sabbath: While not a solo track, Ozzy’s time with Black Sabbath produced some of the most influential songs in metal history. “Paranoid” is a classic with its heavy riffs, memorable lyrics, and Ozzy’s distinctive vocals.


1. “Crazy Train” (1980): This song is perhaps Ozzy’s most recognizable solo track. The guitar riff, courtesy of Randy Rhoads, is legendary, and the song’s energy and catchy chorus have made it a staple in rock and metal playlists.