BOB DAISLEY Fan Launches Online Campaign To Restore Early OZZY OSBOURNE CDs

An irate Bob Daisley fan has launched an online campaign to get OZZY OSBOURNE's early CDs restored to their original form after they were recently re-issued with re-recorded bass and drum tracks courtesy of current OSBOURNE bassist Robert Trujillo and drummer Mike Bordin.

The fan, presently known only as "William", has written a message to Daisley stating his intentions. The letter, which was published on the bassist's official web site, reads as follows:

"I have recently started a thread over at the Harmony Central guitar forum. It is in regard to the CDs that have been destroyed by Ozzy. You have a lot of supporters over there, and we would love to hear your comments, so jump in! We're over 100 posts and are at over 2,500 views and counting. The goal of the thread is an e-mail campaign to Ozzy letting him know how we feel. We all loved your (Bob's) work on those albums and they MUST be restored!"

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