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the Dreamstone ( CD, UK)

Year 1990
Origin Great Britain
Label Adventure Records
Reference AADVT CD 1001
Barcode 5 021032 000122
Matrix
IFPI Mastering SID
Inner Plastic Ring
Other Identifiers
Track List
  • 1.Better Than A Dream – Mike Batt
  • 2.The War Song Of The Urpneys – B. Connolly, Ozzy Osbourne & F. Bruno
  • 3.Dreamdance (Theme From The Dreamstone)
  • 4.Into The Sunset – Mike Batt & Bonnie Tyler
  • 5.The Vile Bros Mountain Band – Gary Glitter & Joe Brown
Line up
  • Mike Batt: Vocals
  • Billy Connolly: Vocals
  • Ozzy Osbourne: Vocals
  • Frank Bruno: Vocals
  • Bonnie Tyler: Vocals
  • Gary Glitter & Joe Brown: Vocals
  • Ray Russell: Guitars
  • Mike Batt: keyboards
  • Joe Brown: fiddle, banjo, jaw’s harp
  • The London Philharmonic Orchestra conductor: David Nolan
Notes
The soundtrack of The Dreamstone was created by the (in)famous Mike Batt, who is best known for “Bright Eyes” (the signature song from the 1979 animated production of Watership Down) and, of course, all those Wombles records. The Dreamstone soundtrack itself is an odd but quite charming mix of classical music, which accompanied the action of the feature-length special and was reused in most of the subsequent episodes, and a selection of loosely-related songs which did not feature in the show. Oddest of all were the celebrities featured on the album; Billy Connolly, Frank Bruno and Ozzy Osbourne sang “The War Song of the Urpneys”, Joe Brown and Gary Glitter sang “The Vile Bros. Mountain Band” and Bonnie Tyler dueted with Batt himself on the ballady “Into the Sunset”. The show’s theme tune, “Better than a Dream” was also sung by Mike Batt.

the Dreamstone (LP, UK)

Year 1990
Origin Great Britain
Label Adventure Records
Reference ADVTLP 1001
Barcode ?
Other Identifiers
Track List
  • 1.Better Than A Dream – Mike Batt
  • 2.The War Song Of The Urpneys – B. Connolly, Ozzy Osbourne & F. Bruno
  • 3.Dreamdance (Theme From The Dreamstone)
  • 4.Into The Sunset – Mike Batt & Bonnie Tyler
  • 5.The Vile Bros Mountain Band – Gary Glitter & Joe Brown
Line up
  • Mike Batt: Vocals
  • Billy Connolly: Vocals
  • Ozzy Osbourne: Vocals
  • Frank Bruno: Vocals
  • Bonnie Tyler: Vocals
  • Gary Glitter & Joe Brown: Vocals
  • Ray Russell: Guitars
  • Mike Batt: keyboards
  • Joe Brown: fiddle, banjo, jaw’s harp
  • The London Philharmonic Orchestra conductor: David Nolan
Notes
The soundtrack of The Dreamstone was created by the (in)famous Mike Batt, who is best known for “Bright Eyes” (the signature song from the 1979 animated production of Watership Down) and, of course, all those Wombles records. The Dreamstone soundtrack itself is an odd but quite charming mix of classical music, which accompanied the action of the feature-length special and was reused in most of the subsequent episodes, and a selection of loosely-related songs which did not feature in the show. Oddest of all were the celebrities featured on the album; Billy Connolly, Frank Bruno and Ozzy Osbourne sang “The War Song of the Urpneys”, Joe Brown and Gary Glitter sang “The Vile Bros. Mountain Band” and Bonnie Tyler dueted with Batt himself on the ballady “Into the Sunset”. The show’s theme tune, “Better than a Dream” was also sung by Mike Batt.

Tribute (LP, AU)

Year 1987
Origin AUS press
Label Epic
Reference 450475 1
Matrix ?
Barcode ?
Other Identifiers Label Code: LC 0199
Track List
  • A1 – I Don’t Know
  • A2 – Crazy Train
  • A3 – Believer
  • A4 – Mr. Crowley
  • B1 – Flying High Again
  • B2 – Revelation (Mother Earth)
  • B3 – Steal Away (The Night)
  • C1 – Suicide Solution
  • C2 – Iron Man
  • C3 – Children Of The Grave
  • C4 – Paranoid
  • D1 – Goodbye To Romance
  • D2 – No Bone Movies
  • D3 – Dee (Studio Out-Takes)
Line up
  • Ozzy Osbourne – vocals
  • Randy Rhoads – guitar
  • Rudy Sarzo – bass
  • Tommy Aldridge – drums
  • Don Airey – keyboards
Notes

Tribute (LP, Es)

Year 1987
Origin Spain
Label Epic
Reference EPC 450475 1
Matrix ?
Barcode ?
Other Identifiers Label Code: LC 0199
Track List
  • A1 – I Don’t Know
  • A2 – Crazy Train
  • A3 – Believer
  • A4 – Mr. Crowley
  • B1 – Flying High Again
  • B2 – Revelation (Mother Earth)
  • B3 – Steal Away (The Night)
  • C1 – Suicide Solution
  • C2 – Iron Man
  • C3 – Children Of The Grave
  • C4 – Paranoid
  • D1 – Goodbye To Romance
  • D2 – No Bone Movies
  • D3 – Dee (Studio Out-Takes)
Line up
  • Ozzy Osbourne – vocals
  • Randy Rhoads – guitar
  • Rudy Sarzo – bass
  • Tommy Aldridge – drums
  • Don Airey – keyboards
Notes

Speak of the Devil (LP, NL)

Year 1982
Origin
Label Epic
Reference 451124 1
Ozz Number N/A
Matrix / Stencils
Barcode
Track List
  • Side 1
  • 01 – Symptom Of The Universe
  • 02 – Snowblind
  • 03 – Black Sabbath
  • Side 2
  • 01 – Fairies Wear Boots
  • 02 – War Pigs
  • 03 – The Wizard
  • Side 3
  • 01 – N.I.B.
  • 02 – Sweet Leaf
  • 03 – Never Say Die
  • Side 4
  • 01 – Sabbath Bloody Sabbath
  • 02 – Iron Man / Children Of The Grave
  • 03 – Paranoid
  • 7″
  • Mr Crowley
  • I Don’t Know
Notes
Reissue

Speak of the Devil (LP, GR)

Year 1982
Origin
Label JET Records
Reference JET LP 401
Ozz Number N/A
Matrix / Stencils
Barcode
Track List
  • Side 1
  • 01 – Symptom Of The Universe
  • 02 – Snowblind
  • 03 – Black Sabbath
  • Side 2
  • 01 – Fairies Wear Boots
  • 02 – War Pigs
  • 03 – The Wizard
  • Side 3
  • 01 – N.I.B.
  • 02 – Sweet Leaf
  • 03 – Never Say Die
  • Side 4
  • 01 – Sabbath Bloody Sabbath
  • 02 – Iron Man / Children Of The Grave
  • 03 – Paranoid
Line up
  • Ozzy Osbourne – vocals
  • Brad Gillis – guitar
  • Rudy Sarzo – bass
  • Tommy Aldridge – drums
Notes

the Ultimate Sin ( CD, UK)

Year 1986
Origin Great Britain
Label Epic
Reference EPC 462436 2
Matrix / Stencils ??
??
OZZ Number N/A
Other Identifiers
Track List
  1. The Ultimate Sin
  2. Secret Loser
  3. Never Know Why
  4. Thank God For The Bomb
  5. Never Know why
  6. Lightning Strikes
  7. Killer Of Giants
  8. Fool Like You
  9. Shot In The Dark
Line up
  • Ozzy Osbourne – vocals
  • Jake E Lee – guitar
  • Phil Soussan – bass
  • Randy Castillo – drums
  • Mike Moran – keyboards
Notes

Tonight (7″, US)

Year 1982
Origin USA
Label Jet Records
Reference ZS5 02707
Matrix / Stencils ZS5-02707-3 AA
ZS5-02707-4 BA
OZZ Number N/A
Other Identifiers xdisc JG incribed on runout
Track List
  1. Tonight
  2. Little dolls
Line up
  • Ozzy Osbourne – vocals
  • Randy Rhoads – guitar
  • Bob Daisley – bass
  • Lee Kerslake – drums
  • John Cook – keyboards
  • Don Airey – keyboards
Notes
Exerpt from Diary Of a Madman LP
Does a cover exist for this 7″??