Everyone thinks (including me) that Ozzy with this satanic person who killed dogs and bit the heads of bats and pigeons. Well let me say that after reading this book I ve changed my opinion about him. Yes he did bite the head off a bat and a pigeon, but killing puppies on stage was never done.
Ozzy’s autobiography had me laughing hysterically. The way he tells you the stories is just priceless. Like the “Harry Bollocks” or when some guy in Philadelphia thought Black Sabbath was a band of black guys.
The Osbournes was the show that according to Ozzy himself put them through the roof in fame. He talks about how the show started and how he didnt really like being followed all the time with the cameras.
Ozzy also spends a lot of time talking about his childhood which is really cool because it gives us readers a good look into his growing up back then. He takes us to the forming of Black Sabbath and how the recorded some of the very first albums. His solo career of course was a big part of this book and you get to learn a lot about Rhandy Rhoads from the man himself.
This was most definetaly aone of the funniest book I have read so far. Get yourself this book and you will not be dissapointed with the countless hilarious stories!
Publisher: Grand Central
Release Date: January 25, 2010
# of Pages: 401