Which is Ozzy Osbourne's best album

Ozzy Osbourne recently shared how liberally he approached the recordings for his new solo record, Ordinary Man. In a real epidemic year for the singer (numerous injuries and illnesses tied him to bed for months) the new songs also brought relaxation with them.

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The numerous fans around the world seem to hear that too. In the first week after its release, they made “Ordinary Man” the most successful record in the 71-year-old's career - if you only look at positions in the charts.

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As "Consequence Of Sound" reports, the LP debuted at number 3 on the Billboard 200 charts in the US and also tops the Billboard rock album charts. The new record Osbournes reached the top 10 of the album charts in Great Britain, Sweden, Germany, Australia, Italy and Ireland.

In the US alone, Ozzy sold 77,000 copies of Ordinary Man, including 65,000 analog records. Osbourne's last album, “Scream” (2010), “only” made it to fourth place. It is possible that the production of the long player also played a large part in the success. The rock veteran previously played with Post Malone ("Take What You Want") and then let his producer Andrew Watt help him in the studio.

Duff McKagan from Guns N ‘Roses and Chad Smith, drummer of Red Hot Chili Peppers, joined in and turned the recordings into a" casual jam session ", as Osbourne himself admitted in an interview.