Ozzy Osbourne: Ordinary Man Review

Tweet The self proclaimed Prince of Darkness returns with his first album in 10 years. Unlike the albums title, Ozzy Osbourne is no ordinary man. The Black Sabbath frontman has been making songs about death, horror, psychedelic thoughts and demons for over 40 years because he shares a strong passion and love for all things ghoulish. And even now on his 12th album, he has not changed one bit. Ordinary Man still sounds very heavy and intense, as it features sensational guitar riffs and powerful drums which are then accompanied…

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The Playlist Podcast- Valentine’s Day Special

Tweet Its Valentine’s Day to celebrate Gemma and Jack look at some of the tracks that could be part of your Valentine’s Day playlist. Tracks that include the Jonas Brothers, Dua Lipa and John Legend. Jack also reviews the new album by Green Day ‘Father of All…’ released on the 7 February. The pair conclude by looking at the nominations for the Brit Awards 2020 which will take place next week (18 February 2020) and give their predictions as to who might win each of the awards.

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Green Day: Father Of All: Album Review

Tweet The American punk-rockers say goodbye to politics and take a complete left turn on their 13th studio album. ‘Father Of All’ is quite possibly Green Day’s most unique album to date. Firstly, the album is only 26 minutes long, making it their shortest record yet. And then secondly, the album is completely all over the place with no sense of direction, but that is what makes it work so well. #FatherOfAll is finally out!! Time to turn it waaaaay the f🦄🦄 k up https://t.co/lnFp92jxuC pic.twitter.com/c76qpGdUiM — Green Day (@GreenDay)…

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