Album artwork for No More Tears (Black Friday Edition) by Ozzy Osbourne

Considered one of his most successful and most popular, No More Tears is Ozzy Osbourne’s sixth solo studio album, in the Top Ten upon its release in September 1991. Featuring some of Zakk Wylde’s best-ever guitar work, along with four songs co-written by Motörhead’s Lemmy Kilmister, No More Tears contains some of the biggest songs of Ozzy’s career, including the Top 5 rock radio hits “No More Tears” and “Mama, I’m Coming Home” (the latter also his highest charting Top 40 radio track), along with the Grammy®-winning song “I Don’t Want to Change the World.” No More Tears went on to become quadruple-platinum in the US, becoming one of Ozzy’s two best-selling albums alongside his groundbreaking solo debut Blizzard of Ozz.

Ozzy Osbourne

No More Tears (Black Friday Edition)

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Album artwork for No More Tears (Black Friday Edition) by Ozzy Osbourne
LP

$32.99

Released 11/26/2021Catalogue Number

19439885321

Ozzy Osbourne

No More Tears (Black Friday Edition)

Legacy
Album artwork for Album artwork for No More Tears (Black Friday Edition) by Ozzy Osbourne by No More Tears (Black Friday Edition) - Ozzy Osbourne
Album artwork for No More Tears (Black Friday Edition) by Ozzy Osbourne
LP

$32.99

Released 11/26/2021Catalogue Number

19439885321

Considered one of his most successful and most popular, No More Tears is Ozzy Osbourne’s sixth solo studio album, in the Top Ten upon its release in September 1991. Featuring some of Zakk Wylde’s best-ever guitar work, along with four songs co-written by Motörhead’s Lemmy Kilmister, No More Tears contains some of the biggest songs of Ozzy’s career, including the Top 5 rock radio hits “No More Tears” and “Mama, I’m Coming Home” (the latter also his highest charting Top 40 radio track), along with the Grammy®-winning song “I Don’t Want to Change the World.” No More Tears went on to become quadruple-platinum in the US, becoming one of Ozzy’s two best-selling albums alongside his groundbreaking solo debut Blizzard of Ozz.