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Ozzy Osbourne Calls Lemmy Kilmister ‘All-Time Rock God’

Who does Ozzy Osbourne consider to be the “all-time rock God”? The answer is late Motorhead frontman Lemmy Kilmister, who collaborated with Osbourne on such hits as “Hellraiser” and “Mama I'm Coming Home,” according to an interview Osbourne recently did with BBC's Johnnie Walker. He said, “Lemmy was a guy...
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Weezer Offered “Hash Pipe” Song to Ozzy Osbourne in 2000

Weezer leader Rivers of Cuomo has contributed songwriting credits to many artists over the years. He’s also an avowed metalhead. Turns out those two interests collided back in 2000 when Cuomo offered a newly written song called “Hash Pipe” to Ozzy Osbourne. The Prince of Darkness rejected the tune, which would go on to become one of Weezer’s most popular cuts.
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Weezer’s ‘Hash Pipe’ was almost an Ozzy Osbourne song

Weezer’s ‘Hash Pipe’ was almost an Ozzy Osbourne song instead, according to the band’s frontman Rivers Cuomo. The LA band released the track as a single in 2001 and included it on the tracklist of their third album, ‘The Green Album’. Speaking to Guitar World, Cuomo said that the song...
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When Lemmy’s Fast Work Amazed Ozzy Osbourne

Ozzy Osbourne remembered the time Lemmy Kilmister proved how fast he worked by writing three sets of lyrics and reading a book in a single four-hour period. The Black Sabbath singer described the late Motorhead frontman as his “rock god” in a recently broadcast interview with BBC Radio 2. He also discussed the experience of writing the song “Mama, I’m Coming Home” with Kilmister for Osbourne's 1991 solo album No More Tears.
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When Lemmy’s Fast Work Amazed Ozzy Osbourne

Ozzy Osbourne remembered the time Lemmy Kilmister proved how fast he worked by writing three sets of lyrics and reading a book in a single four-hour period. The Black Sabbath singer described the late Motorhead frontman as his “rock god” in a recently broadcast interview with BBC Radio 2. He also discussed the experience of writing the song “Mama, I’m Coming Home” with Kilmister for Osbourne's 1991 solo album No More Tears.
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Rivers Cuomo first offered Weezer's “Hash Pipe” to Ozzy Osbourne

We almost lived in a world were Ozzy Osbourne sang the line “You’ve got your big cheese.” Or is it “big G’s”?. As Rivers Cuomo tells Guitar World, he originally offered the Weezer song “Hash Pipe” to the Prince of Darkness. “Once, I think it was in 2000, [Ozzy] asked...
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Ozzy Osbourne hoped that by releasing just one Black Sabbath album, people would forget about the Osbournes.

Ozzy Osbourne hoped that by releasing just one Black Sabbath album, people would forget about the Osbournes. While some iconic rock stars have continued to perform for fans or retired through the years, every now and then, one may make a major change to their image and profession. However, rock superstar Ozzy Osbourne took off more than he could chew when he embarked on reality television with his family for The Osbournes. Though the show was well-received by fans, the rock star found television to be unsuitable. As a result of his dissatisfaction with how the show presented him, he may have reformed Black Sabbath and released a new album in an attempt to reclaim his bad-boy rock character.
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Weezer’s Hash Pipe was nearly an Ozzy Osbourne song

Over the course of 15 studio albums, Weezer have assembled one of the most formidable repertoires of rock ‘n’ roll romps around, from Buddy Holly to King of the World. If fate had it any other way, however, one of these well-known Weezer anthems may not have been a Weezer track at all. In fact, if things had panned out differently, Hash Pipe could have appeared on an Ozzy Osbourne album.
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