Ozzmosis (1995) Ozzy's true post-Black Sabbath talents lie more in heartfelt melodrama than in bat-head-chomping horror. On Ozzmosis he's most tolerable when he's sappy , especially on… Ozzy Osbourne Metal
Music Review

Ozzmosis (1995)

EW's GRADE
C

Details Lead Performance: Ozzy Osbourne; Genre: Metal

Ozzy's true post-Black Sabbath talents lie more in heartfelt melodrama than in bat-head-chomping horror. On Ozzmosis he's most tolerable when he's sappy, especially on ''Ghost Behind My Eyes.'' But given that the shortest tracks run nearly five minutes, this album feels like a parody of the most overinflated opera. C

Originally posted Nov 24, 1995 Published in issue #302 Nov 24, 1995 Order article reprints