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Ozzy Osbourne discography

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Studio albums  11
Compilation albums  6
EPs  3
Live albums  4
Video albums  8
Singles  33
Ozzy Osbourne discography

The solo discography of Ozzy Osbourne, an English heavy metal singer, currently consists of eleven studio albums, four live albums, six compilation albums, three extended plays (EPs), eight video albums, and thirty-three singles. As a solo artist, Ozzy Osbourne has sold over 55 million albums worldwide, and over 100 million worldwide when including his work with Black Sabbath.

Duets and guest appearances

All are duets unless otherwise noted.

  • 1983 "Shake Your Head (Let's Go To Bed)" (with Kim Basinger, Was, Born to Laugh at Tornadoes) No. 4 UK
  • 1988 "Close My Eyes Forever" (with Lita Ford, Lita) No. 8 USA, No. 47 UK
  • 1989 "Led Clones" (with Gary Moore, After the War)
  • 1989 "Purple Haze", Stairway to Heaven/Highway to Hell compilation
  • 1990 "Jack's Land" and "Bombers (Can Open Bomb Bays)" (with Bill Ward, Ward One: Along the Way)
  • 1991 "Stayin' Alive" (with Dweezil Zappa, Prince of Darkness)
  • 1991 "Hey Stoopid" (with Alice Cooper, Hey Stoopid) No. 21 UK
  • 1991 "Therapy" (with Infectious Grooves, The Plague that Makes Your Booty Move...It's the Infectious Grooves)
  • 1992 "I Ain't No Nice Guy" (with Lemmy/Motörhead also featuring Slash, March ör Die)
  • 1994 "Born to Be Wild" (with Miss Piggy,Kermit Unpigged)
  • 1994 "Iron Man" (with Therapy?, Nativity in Black: A Tribute to Black Sabbath, also on Prince of Darkness) – Lead vocals, not a duet.
  • 1997 "Pictures of Matchstick Men" (with Type O Negative)
  • 1998 "Nowhere to Run (Vapor Trail)" (with Ol' Dirty Bastard, DMX, Crystal Method and Fuzzbubble, Chef Aid: The South Park Album) 1
  • 1998 "This Means War!!" (with Busta Rhymes, E.L.E. (Extinction Level Event): The Final World Front)
  • 1998 "Vertical Man" (with Ringo Starr, Vertical Man)
  • 1999 "Buried Alive" (with Rick Wakeman, Return to the Centre of the Earth)
  • 1999 "Shock The Monkey" (with Coal Chamber, Chamber Music)
  • 2000 "N.I.B." (with Primus, Nativity in Black II: A Tribute to Black Sabbath) — Lead vocals, not a duet.
  • 2000 "Who's Fooling Who" (with Tony Iommi, Iommi) – Lead vocals, not a duet.
  • 2000 "For Heaven's Sake 2000" (with Tony Iommi and Wu-Tang Clan, Loud Rocks)
  • 2001 "Iron Head" (with Rob Zombie, The Sinister Urge)
  • 2003 "Changes" (with Kelly Osbourne) No. 1 UK
  • 2003 "Stillborn" (with Black Label Society, The Blessed Hellride) – Backing vocals, not a duet.
  • 2005 "Tears in Heaven" (Charity for the tsunami victims in Southeast Asia; with Gwen Stefani, Mary J. Blige, Pink, Slash, Steven Tyler, Elton John, Andrea Bocelli, Katie Melua, Josh Groban, Scott Weiland, Robbie Williams, Rod Stewart and Kelly Osbourne
  • 2007 "Judgement Day" (with Beanie Sigel, The Solution)
  • 2007 "Masters of War" (with Mountain, Masters of War)
  • 2008 "Wake the Dead" (with Alice Cooper, Along Came A Spider) – Unconfirmed appearance – Osbourne is credited on the CD liner notes as a co-author of the song (along with Alice Cooper and Danny Saber), but not as a musician/singer, and is not audibly evident on the song.
  • 2010 "Iron Man" and "Paranoid" (with Metallica, The 25th Anniversary Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Concerts)
  • 2010 "Crucify the Dead" (with Slash, Slash) – Lead vocals, not a duet
  • 2010 "Going Through Changes" (with Eminem, Recovery) – Featured
  • ^1 This song never charted whereas the album (Chef Aid: The South Park Album) did. This was an album where current stars of the music industry did duets with the cast of South Park.

    References

    Ozzy Osbourne discography Wikipedia