By the late '80s, Ozzy Osbourne had been lucky enough to work with some of the best guitarists in rock, including Randy Rhoads and Jake E. Lee -- not to mention his former Black Sabbath bandmate Tony Iommi. When Lee was fired following the tour for 1986's 'The Ultimate Sin,' his replacement had some mighty big shoes to fill.
Sharon Osbourne isn't known for pulling any punches, and in her new memoir 'Unbreakable,' she offers readers an unflinching account of her reaction to Ozzy's recent relapse into drug and alcohol addiction.
MTV's 'The Osbournes' set ratings records for the network during its 2002-05 run, kicked off showbiz careers for various members of the clan, and kept Ozzy Osbourne in the spotlight during a relatively barren creative period. Looking back, though, he sounds like he probably wouldn't do it again.
Nostalgia can be a creative stumbling block for a lot of our favorite classic rockers, but we probably don't need to worry about Ozzy Osbourne getting stuck in the past -- if only because he can't seem to remember most of it.
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