Has there ever been a more extraordinary rock-star story than Ozzy Osbourne's? Born into a life so poor that the whole family slept in one room, Ozzy endured a tough upbringing. Music was his salvation and his band Black Sabbath went on to change the music scene forever. But along with the rock and roll came the inevitable sex and drugs and Ozzy fell into a long relationship with addictive substances. The stories of Ozzy's days on the road are legendary - biting the head off a live bat, losing his best friend and writing partner Randy Rhoades in a tragic plane crash - but few know of the real heartbreak he suffered during those days of excess. In the end it was love that saved him: the love of his wife Sharon and kids Kelly, Jack and Aimee. In his highly anticipated autobiography, Ozzy comes clean: in all senses.
Let's be Frank
The combination of the crazy true story of Ozzy Osbourne and Frank Skinner's reading is a perfect combination. The only problem, at just less than 3 hours, I was left wanting more. Enjoy!
5stars for the book 0 for Skinner....
Why oh why oh why oh why choose him? Was everyone else busy.
Half a book!
Low quality recording, does'nt do the book justice! ALOT is missing from the actual book. It's like Frank's skim reading the whole thing, just picking paragraphs at random every few pages! Dissapointing.