Ozzy Osbourne‘s birthday is December 3, but he’s the one giving fans a present.
On that day, Ozzy is releasing a 10-inch black vinyl single featuring three tracks: Ozzy’s song “Hellraiser;” a mash-up duet of Ozzy’s vocals amd those of the late Lemmy Kilmister of Motörhead, who co-wrote the song; and Motorhead’s own version of “Hellraiser.”
The duet version is also available on the digital 30th anniversary release of Ozzy’s No More Tears, which as previously reported is out today. The original version of “Hellraiser” appeared on No More Tears; Motörhead then recorded it and released it on their 1992 album, March ör Die.
Ozzy co-wrote four songs in all for No More Tears with Lemmy; in addition to “Hellraiser,” they include “Mama, I’m Coming Home,” “Desire,” and “I Don’t Want to Change the World.”
You can pre-order the vinyl now.
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