Ozzy Osbourne is the King of Heavy Metal. You will realise why as you listen to this compilation of classic, unique and exclusive personal interviews. Recorded in an intimate setting, during the nineties, a relaxed OZZY tells his story, talks about his musical roots, his attitude to drugs, divorce, and remarriage to Sharon.
The Bon Jovi story is one of sheer determination and talent. Hard-rock band Bon Jovi was formed in New Jersey, USA, and fronted by Jon Bon Jovi. His four co members were Richie Sambora, David Bryan (Rashbaum), Ticco Tores, and Alec John Such. Jon Bon Jovi spent the years 1983 to 1988 establishing the band as one of the most popular hard-rock bands around. Success came in the form of platinum albums such as Slippery When Wet and New Jersey.
"Quit at chapter 3"
Metallica, who are unparalleled in the hard rock market, have sold well over 30 million albums. They are a band that refused to compromise. They have stuck to what they know, and they have abided by their own rules.
This exclusive Motley Crue audiobiog features Vince Neil backstage at Donnington, reminiscing over the band's wild tour with Ozzy Osbourne in the states - then a couple of years later, in Manchester, UK, with a cool, collected Mick Mars. The Motley Cure legacy encompasses its share of extravagance and trappings, along with an array of backlashes, tragedies, accusations, and, in some corners, dark hatred. Party rock or glam rock, few were more glamorous or partied than the Crue.
"This is not the Motley Crue book"
Jimmy Page, former Yardbirds member and session guitarist, was the founding member of Led Zeppelin, the band that invented the heavy-metal genre. This unique and exclusive audiobiog features Jimmy with David Coverdale. David leapt from nowhere to stardom when he replaced Ian Gillan as lead vocalist with Deep Purple and then went on to form Whitesnake, a band at the forefront of Britain’s new wave of heavy metal.
The ultimate Kings of Heavy are Led Zeppelin, and no one can deny the powerful influence they have had on rock bands throughout the world since the early 1970s. Robert Plant, John Bonham, Jimmy Page, and John Paul Jones made history in being renamed Led Zeppelin by The Who's John Entwistle. These legends of rock are unique.
Black Sabbath are the kings of heavy rock. This exclusive audiobiog features vocalist John "Ozzy" Osbourne, Ian Gillan, Toni Lommi, Terry "Geezer" Butler, and Bill Ward. Black Sabbath's image and the chemistry of Ozzy Osbourne was enough to propel the group to stardom.
In this exclusive and priceless audiobiog, the discussion is about the success of the band, the music and tours, the fans, and the media reaction, and why Ozzy does not conform to the accepted norms of life.
Def Leppard led the way, in 1980, for Britain’s new wave of heavy metal. They were catapulted to stardom within months alongside other bands such as Iron Maiden, Saxon and Whitesnake. Their trademark was multi vocal harmonies and melodious songs, which appealed to America and gave them instant success.
This two-part Manic Street Preachers audiobiography is a fascinating story. Part one is before the disappearance of lyricist Richie Edwards. We hear how the band have lost some of their recklessness, as a result of getting older and also the loss of Richie, but the creativeness and political conscience in their song lyrics is still there. Manics are the acclaimed Kings of Rock.
Megadeth grew from the sacking of Dave Mustaine from Metallica at the end of 1982. Dave was always incredibly outspoken - almost to the point of self destruction. Of Metallica he raged, " I love Metallica's music, but I hate Lars and the super pretentious James Hetfield."
Radiohead have been called the Beatles true heirs, a group advancing in such leaps and bounds that their contemporaries are trailing in their wake. For a reputation and status like that you would expect a group to be something out of the ordinary.