Avery Drummer Molek is a musician since he was a little kid and now, with 10 years-old he has more talent and style to play the drums. And you need to watch him performing Ozzy Osbourne’s “Crazy Train”.
“Crazy Train” was written by Ozzy Osbourne, Randy Rhoads and Bob Daisley, and it was released in 1980 as a single from Ozzy Osbourne’s first studio album Blizzard of Ozz. The song was recorded in 1980, a year after Ozzy left Black Sabbath and was later included on the live Tribute album released on March 19, 1987.
With this letter Ozzy meant that life is like being on a train because you are in a place where several people are together but do not make new friends and only get “fighting” or hating, not giving a shit about other people , only thinking of oneself to reach the destination (End of the passage, or the end of life in which many believe that there is a better place for them after death).
The main guitar riff has been praised for its use of the Lesser Scale. It reached number 49 on the UK charts and number nine on the Billboard Rock Tracks chart in 1981. The masterpiece was certified double platinum and until September 2010 sold 1.75 million downloads.
The song is one of the best known and recognized as a solo artist. Osbourne It was ranked as the 9th best guitar solo of all time by more than 25 million readers of Guitar World magazine. The song was also ranked 9th by VH1 on the 40 Greatest Metal Songs list and in 2009 was named the 23rd best hard rock song of all time by VH1, the best placement of a solo artist on the list.
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