Ozzy Osbourne has led one hell of a life. except for a legendary music career, Osbourne has simply done things that might kill the bulk folks 10 times over. In an interview with Zane Lowe on Apple Music, Osbourne expresses genuine amazement that he’s made it to 71 years old. He cites the deaths of Led Zeppelin drùmmer John Bonham and AC/DC vocalist Bon Scott as ones that could’ve easily happened to him, adding “I wasn’t any better than any of them.
” No, I’m not being funny and i am not being cocky, I can remember times when I’ve fùckin’ aroused from sleep puke down me. I’ve fùckin’ aroused from sleep with a bed filled with blood, when I’ve fallen down and banged my head or whatever. I mean, I’ve done such a large amount of, and I go, my friend John Bonam, I wont to go drinking with him. He died. Bon Scott, he died. i do not know what to fùckin’ say.
People go, “You must have the ability.” Or whatever. I’m lucky. I wasn’t any better than any of them. I even fùckin’ would go to date on say i used to be worse in some cases. But it is the luck of the draw. 71 and that i don’t fùckin’ understand how I got there. Ozzy recently cancelled the North American portion of his No More Tours 2, saying he’s headed to Switzerland instead to start a brand new treatment which will take six to eight weeks. Still, Ozzy just released his new album Ordinary Man on February 21. He tells Lowe within the same interview that it’s his first recorded completely sober.
Well, i assumed I could never … i assumed, thought, i assumed it absolutely was the drùgs and also the alcohol that made it all work. But it is not true. It’s like, all i used to be doing for years is self medicating ’cause I didn’t just like the way I felt. then again this can be the primary album I’ve co-wrote and recorded fùckin’ completely sober. Yeah. I mean, ah, I be the last album I wrote a number of it stoned and a few of it … But this can be … I mean, ah, I quite like being s-sober now. ‘Cause a minimum of I can remember the fùckin’ thing I did yesterday.