Friday September 18, 2020

Album reviews: Ozzy Osbourne, Therapy?, King Krule

A rock legend is feeling elegiac rather than egotistical; a seminal Northern Irish trio revisit past victories; and a London artist supplies some uneasy listening

1st March, 2020
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HARD ROCK

Ozzy Osbourne

Ordinary Man (Sony)

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