Tuesday, 7 February 2012

Review: Ozzy Osbourne 'Scream'

Blasting the heavy guitar Solos of 'Let Me Hear You Scream' through mobile headphones, one gets the sensation of being in a dark gothic setting, much alike the official music video first air but a few years ago. You can visualise the bleak rooms, candle lit, with unknown creations lurking in shadows, ready to leap out at or rock out with you at any given moment. This colourful set of images fit in with the genre, and with this great CD/album.

As can be seem, the 2009 'Scream' album is a vivid set of tracks. The heavy guitar notes resonate though any form of audio output, and Ozzy Osbourne's Iconic vocals flow from song to song. The shift in styles can be a tad abrupt, but depending on your musical inclinations, this may or may not be an issue. For this reviewer, it was not.

For any Ozzy fan, or even people who just love their music, it is a worthwhile purchase. If the changes in style bother you, try rearranging the track order, that should solve your pet peeve. Look carefully and you can get it for a good price too. Always look out in markets, for the music tradesmen, where you could find it for £4 or near.

(image taken from: http://www.newmusicmonth.com/breaking-news/ozzy-osborne-scream-out-now/)

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