OZZY OSBOURNE: 'In My Life' Video Posted Online
Yahoo! Music (formerly Launch) is premiering the new OZZY OSBOURNE video for THE BEATLES cover "In My Life" from the box set "Prince of Darkness". Click here to view the new video and to be re-directed to a feature page that has 10 classic OZZY videos, along with exclusive photos. The classic videos available for viewing are as follows:
Gets Me Through
Bark At The Moon
See You On The Other Side
No More Tears
Mama I'm Coming Home
Due on March 22, "Prince of Darkness" encompasses two discs' worth of re-mastered versions of Ozzy's most popular solo smash hits. The third disc (which is entitled "Oddities and Duets") is comprised of some of Ozzy's most unusual collaborations. And the special fourth disc (called "Under Covers") is comprised of newly recorded covers as only Ozzy can deliver.
The "Prince of Darkness" box set will be packaged in a weathered, collectable gothic book with new images of Ozzy taken by famed British photographer/artist Sam Taylor Wood. It will be come with a 60-page booklet that contains a complete career overview and rare Ozzy photos.
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