On the heels of the Ozzy Osbourne ‘Death Bed’ rumor, which Alternative Nation noted as being highly dubious before it was shot down, Black Sabbath legend Tony Iommi retweeted one of the four of them on the day of the Radar Online piece made the news rounds. You can view the tweets below. Ozzy Osbourne breaks silence on ‘death bed’ rumor.
In other news regarding Ozzy Osbourne and Black Sabbath, fans recently took to social media to discuss the legacy and impact of one of Black Sabbath’s most iconic albums – ‘Paranoid’. One fan wrote: “If anybody asked me about the top ten of hard rock music in the 70s I should have included “Paranoid” in it. Although I am a big fan of KISS as well, I have been always impressed while listening to this LP. “Paranoid” is definitely one of the best tough music achievements ever and the best LP by Black Sabbath. All the features of this production are exceptional.
First, the cover which presents the psychopathic killer, or filled with paranoia criminally insane individual may let us through this “gate of suspense and madness”. Second, the lyrics which pertain to the toxic and inhuman reality should make us think how to survive. Third, the music is powerful but it is particularly the unforgettable voice of Ozzy Osborne that makes this production special.”
The fan continued: “Paranoid” is full of masterpieces but I am especially addicted to the following tracks: “War pigs”, “Paranoid”, “Iron man”, “Electric Funeral”, “Hand of Doom”, “Fairies wear boots”. So all we need to do is to play this album over and over again. I am sure that every fan of hard rock, both young and old one may be still inspired by this.
To end with, I should say that this remastered version album sounds even better than expected.” Ozzy Osbourne’s wife revealed what Paul Stanley did to her fairly recently.
— BlackSabbath (@BlackSabbath) January 2, 2020
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— BlackSabbath (@BlackSabbath) January 3, 2020