OZZY OSBOURNE - 20th Anniversary Of Down To Earth Album Marked With Release Of Three Rare Tracks To Digital Platforms; Audio Streaming
October 15, 2021, a month ago
Having recently celebrated the 30th anniversary of his No More Tears album with an expanded digital audio release, Ozzy Osbourne will mark another album anniversary this month.
To commemorate the 20th anniversary of 2001’s Down To Earth, three rare Ozzy tracks - “No Place for Angels”, “Dreamer” (Acoustic Version), and “Gets Me Through” (Single Version) - are released today on digital platforms as part of a 20th anniversary expanded digital edition. Liste here, and below.
The platinum-selling Down To Earth was Ozzy’s eighth album and reached #4 on the Billboard Top 200 chart in the US and #19 on the UK Albums Chart. It produced two Top ten singles on the US Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks chart: "Gets Me Through" and "Dreamer". Recorded in Los Angeles and produced by Tim Palmer, who co-wrote some of the album’s songs with Ozzy, the album’s players include Ozzy’s longtime collaborator and guitarist Zakk Wylde along with bassist Robert Trujillo (Metallica) and drummer Mike Bordin (Faith No More).
The expanded Down To Earth tracklisting is as follows:
"Gets Me Through"
"No Easy Way Out"
"That I Never Had"
"You Know...(Pt. 1)"
"Running Out Of Time"
"Can You Hear Them?"
"No Place For Angels" **
"Dreamer" (Acoustic Version) **
"Gets Me Through" (Single Version) **
** previously unavailable for streaming
(Photo - Nitin Vadukul)