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Live & Loud


Download links and information about Live & Loud by Ozzy Osbourne. This album was released in 1993 and it belongs to Rock, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal genres. It contains 21 tracks with total duration of 01:57:06 minutes.

Artist: Ozzy Osbourne
Release date: 1993
Genre: Rock, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal
Tracks: 21
Duration: 01:57:06
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No. Title Length
1. Intro (Live) 3:11
2. Paranoid (Live) 3:16
3. I Don't Want to Change the World (Live) 5:02
4. Desire (Live) 6:00
5. Mr. Crowley (Live) 6:23
6. I Don't Know (Live) 5:13
7. Road to Nowhere (Live) 5:31
8. Flying High Again (Live) 5:02
9. Guitar Solo (Live) 4:43
10. Suicide Solution (Live) 5:03
11. Goodbye to Romance (Live) 6:13
12. Shot In the Dark (Live) 6:37
13. No More Tears (Live) 7:49
14. Miracle Man (Live) 4:57
15. Drum Solo (Live) 2:52
16. War Pigs (Live) 9:17
17. Bark At the Moon (Live) 5:28
18. Mama, I'm Coming Home (Live) 5:46
19. Crazy Train (Live) 6:19
20. Black Sabbath (Live) 7:12
21. Changes (Live) 5:12



Ozzy Osbourne has gotten more mileage out of live albums than any other hard rocker because he knows how to play the game. He knows how to make each record special, or at least a little bit different. Usually, this just means showcasing his new guitarist; at other times it just means showing off the new material. With Live and Loud, a double-disc set released in 1993, it was a combination of parading Zakk Wylde in a live setting and putting together a nifty limited-edtion package (the initial CD pressing of the album was designed as a mock speaker and contained two tattoos). Musically, there isn't much new, outside of a couple of recent songs, delivered with skill and professionalism by Ozzy's new band. Still, there's a lot to be said for professionalism — there may not be any surprises, but there are no disappointments. Besides, Ozzy's live records are always enjoyable, since they have a more consistent set of material than his studio albums, plus a looser feel that is quite appealing. So, even if Live & Loud isn't a necessary album, it is an entertaining one.