Ozzy Osbourne has scored his highest-charting solo album in the UK ever with his latest effort, “Ordinary Man,” his first new studio release in a decade.  “Ordinary Man” enters the UK charts at No. 3, surpassing the previous high of No. 7 set by Ozzy’s 1980 solo debut, “Blizzard Of Oz.”  Ozzy previously had two No. 1 albums with Black Sabbath.

“Ordinary Man,” produced by guitarist Andrew Watt, includes appearances by Guns N’ Roses bassist Duff McKagan and Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith, as well as special guests including Slash, Elton John and Tom Morello.

Osbourne recently cancelled his rescheduled North American tour due to his ongoing health issues.  The video for the title track featuring Elton John can be viewed: here.

OZZY OSBOURNE’s ‘Ordinary Man’ Enters U.S. And U.K. Album Charts At No. 3

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