Rolling Stone magazine asked the Prince of Darkness to list his ten favorite metal albums. Here are five of Ozzy's sure-shots:
AC/DC, 'Highway to Hell' (1979)
"I love Brian Johnson but to me my good friend, the late Bon Scott, was the best singer AC/DC ever had. This album was like an addiction to me."
Guns N' Roses, 'Appetite for Destruction' (1987)
"One of the greatest debut albums of all time. There's not a weak song in the bunch. I never get tired of hearing it."
Led Zeppelin, 'Led Zeppelin IV' (1971)
"I've always been a huge Led Zeppelin fan. All of their studio albums are classics but this is one of my all-time favorites."
Metallica, 'Master of Puppets' (1986)
"I took Metallica on tour with me after the release of Master of Puppets. The album was a milestone for the band and for heavy metal."
Motörhead, 'Ace of Spades' (1980)
"The album that put Motörhead over the top. The title track "Ace of Spades" is Motörhead's "Paranoid." It's one of the great metal anthems and, to me, a band hasn't made it until they have their own anthem. This is theirs."
Ozzy Osbourne: My 10 Favorite Metal Albums (Rolling Stone)
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