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    Ozzy Osbourne

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    The Prince of Darkness and Black Sabbath On December 3rd, 1948, John Michael Osbourne was born in Birmingham, England. This child would suffer many hardships throughout his life, but somehow would force himself to overcome them. This man that came to be known as Ozzy fronted the most famous classic metal bad of all time, Black Sabbath. After trying work, Ozzy moved to petty theft, and then ended up in jail. Ozzy decided to try music as a career. He began to look for bands to join and soon found one

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    Ozzy Osbourne

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    Ozzy Osbourne Ozzy Osbourne’s music is liked by so many people because of how his lyrics deal with real life experiences. Ozzy writes a lot about what feels or what he has done. Something that has made Ozzy so popular was the fact that he doesn’t care what people think. He always has done what ever he wants. These two characteristics have made Ozzy Osbourne a very popular musician in the U.S and in Europe. Like when Ozzy went to meet the big time record executives at CBS record company, his wife

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    Did you know that Ozzy Osbourne came over sex, drug, and alcohol addiction. He did this by getting help from a lot of people. Ozzy did have a family with his wife Sharon Osbourne, but that didn’t help Ozzy with his problems. One relationship he had was with his wife Sharron. Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne have been through a lot over the course of their long marriage, but they’ve always managed to pull through intact — even after Ozzy blacked out and tried to kill his wife on Sept. 2, 1989.As with quite

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    Ozzy Osbourne

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    Danny Mangu Professor Raymond Aston History of Rock & Roll 7 December 2017 God Bless The Sabbath The Prince of Darkness, John Michael Osbourne, otherwise known as his stage name Ozzy Osbourne, was born in Birmingham, England in 1948. He would force himself to overcome many hardships he has experienced from his troubled youth. He dropped out of school to become a working man, even engaging in criminal acts such as theft, which ultimately caught up to him, having to spend about six weeks in prison

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    Music's Effect on Violence

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    Inc. (1988) which was brought by the parents of John McCollum, who it was alleged, listened repeatedly to two Osborne albums, Blizzard of Oz and Di... ... middle of paper ... ...or others. Works Cited: Lalonde, Mike. 1997. The complete Ozzy Osbourne biography. Neely, Kim. Five Against One : The Pearl Jam Story Penguin USA: May 1998 Miller, Bobbi ?Richardson Teen-Ager Kills Himself in Front of Classmates? http://www.its.caltech.edu/~letona/pearljam/lyrics/noframes/jeremyarticle.html

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    Censorship

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    became the first state to pass a law forbidding the purchase of cd’s with certain logos if you’re under 18, this law was quickly deemed unconstitutional. Some performers have been banned from performing certain songs in certain places, for example Ozzy Osbourne was sued thrice after three teens committed suicide and their parents blamed his lyrics in “Suicide Solution”, Ice-T was heavily protested for his song Cop Killer in the early 90’s which promoted violence specifically on police. Madonna was arrested

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    The Psychology of Heavy Metal Music

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    always misinterpreted is “Suicide Solution,” co- written by Ozzy Osbourne and Bob Daisley. It was recorded for the 1980 album Blizzard of Ozz from the band Ozzy Osbourne. “The song Suicide Solution from the start, would have a misleading title and this was understandable” (Osbourne). After reading the lyrics to the song, “the song is clearly about the dangers of alcohol, but the song title could be misinterpreted” (Osbourne). Ozzy Osbourne got sued because several kids committed suicide after listening

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    Heavy Metal Music

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    has been seen as a poison that infiltrates the minds of the youth and cultivates their dark desires; however, the distorted beats and piercing vocals actually represent an asylum for these young adults. Heavy metal was born from the voices of Ozzy Osbourne (Black Sabbath), Robert Plant (Led Zeppelin) and Ian Gillan (Deep Purple) (Walser). The genre is in a musical category of its own that has become defined by a hard sound created by heavy drums, distorted guitar and explosive lyrics. A common

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    world of heavy metal, there are multiple lawsuits against Ozzy Osbourne and one major legal dispute against a band known as Gwar. Where both artists were both falsely censored by the law and wrongly accused by our society. Within these legal disputes against Ozzy, he was sued multiple times for hidden messages in various songs and for one stage act deemed disturbing by many persons in our society. In particular, the lawsuits blaming Ozzy of three teenage suicides - after listening to his song “Suicide

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    Offensive Lyrics

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    Taylor, P. Lawmakers, Citizen Group Step up Efforts to Monitor Entertainment Industry. Available online: http://www.feedomforum.org/pakcages/first/ratinggame/part1.html (accessed October 27, 2002) Veinotte International. Ozzy Biography. Available online: http://www.veinotte.com/ozzy/madness.html (accessed October 25, 2002) Wiederhorn, J. (2002). Sex, Violence, Cursing: Explicit Lyrics Stickers Get Explicit. June 3, 2002. Available online: http://www.mtv.com/news/articles/1454956/20020603/may_lady

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