Diary of a Madman (Remastered Original Recording) - Ozzy Osbourne

Diary of a Madman (Remastered Original Recording)

Ozzy Osbourne

  • Genre: Metal
  • Release Date: 2011-05-27
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 8
  • ℗ 1981 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

Diary of a Madman (Remastered Original Recording) ◷ preview

Title Artist Time
Over the Mountain Ozzy Osbourne 4:31
Flying High Again Ozzy Osbourne 4:44
You Can't Kill Rock and Roll Ozzy Osbourne 6:59
Believer Ozzy Osbourne 5:16
Little Dolls Ozzy Osbourne 5:39
Tonight Ozzy Osbourne 5:50
S.A.T.O. Ozzy Osbourne 4:07
Diary of a Madman Ozzy Osbourne 6:16


  • Over the Mountain 🔥

    By Spaceyinvader
    Ozzy show’s us how!!
  • His best solo album.

    By mdub069
    Anyone who says otherwise is crazy.
  • Ozzy is the best

    By markopole
    The greatest ozzy album of all time
  • One of the best ever!!!!

    By JDSantiago
    I still remember recording this from a radio station in the 80’s. I played that cassette tape over and over. It’s just one of the best rock/metal albums ever!!!
  • THE BEST!!

    By RealAk4774
    Why even read this review? The music is stunning, the musicians legendary. BUY IT.
  • Love this album

    By SweetProsBruiser
    SATO and Little Dolls are my two favorite tracks on here. This album cannot be overplayed.
  • Ozzy’s best

    By 80's Metalhead
    Ozzy, Randy, Bob and Lee were in absolutely top form when they recorded this album. I first heard this album in about 1982 and honestly it has not only stood the test of time but gets better every time I listen to it. Solid from the opening drums on Over the Mountain to the killer instrumental part at the end of Diary of a Madman. The musicianship is amazing, the songwriting is phenomenal. If you are even just a casual fan of metal, this one is a must-have. And get the original, not the re-recorded version.
  • ❤️

    By Trust and Us
  • Ozzy’s Best

    By Crempster
    In my opinion this is Ozzy’s best album hands down.The sound and of course Randy Rhodes at his best.From top to bottom this album is greatness.I highly recommend it if your a huge OZZY fan like me.
  • An evil album!!

    By Reckia6
    Great album! Sounds more energetic and heavy and evil than the first album, which I also love. I would say my three favorite songs are You Can’t Kill Rock and Roll (I love it when they have Oz singing along with himself an octave lower, something that was done on Black Sabbath/Sabotage), S.A.T.O. and the title track. The only song that I don’t love is Little Dolls. A great album.