Ozzy Osbourne is to release a best-of compilation covering his extensive back catalogue.
Memoirs Of A Madman will be launched on October 7 in CD, double-vinyl and 2DVD formats, along with a limited picture disc LP. View a promo clip below.
The Prince of Darkness teased the project yesterday when he asked fans to share the hashtag #OzzyRules on social media, saying the cover art would be revealed gradually as more shares were gained. The full image was revealed within 17 hours.
The audio formats feature 17 of his greatest hits, while the DVD set includes music videos and historic live footage. Full details are available on Ozzy's website.
Flying High Again
Over The Mountain
Bark At The Moon
The Ultimate Sin
No More Tears (edit)
Mama, I’m Coming Home
Road To Nowhere
I Just Want You
Gets Me Through
I Don’t Wanna Stop
Life Won’t Wait
- Let Me Hear You Scream
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