Reuters spoke to BLACK SABBATH singer Ozzy Osbourne and bassist Geezer Butler about "13", the first BLACK SABBATH record in 35 years to feature Ozzy, Geezer and guitarist Tony Iommi all playing together.
"The best thing is that we are still fu--ing all alive to be in a band," Ozzy said (see video below).
"I don't know about the rest of the guys, [but] I certainly had a good go at trying to kill myself with the alcohol and booze for all the years.
"I kind of missed the '90s, you know? I must have been in a cocaine haze, because I can't remember the '90s at all.
"We've all come out the other side, the other end. It is good to be back sober and clean [even though I have had] a hiccup now and again along the way.
If your Pink Floyd collection needs updating check this out!
Pink Floyd's back catalogue has arrived on Spotify after fans streamed
their song 'Wish You Were Here' one million times.
of the British band's music had previously been unavailable on the music
streaming service, however fans were offered the chance by the band to unlock
their back catalogue if the one Pink Floyd song on Spotify, 'Wish You Were
Here', was streamed one million times. A tweet from Spotify sent out yesterday
(June 17) confirmed the arrival of the band's music to their service.
Pink Floyd's label, EMI, previously signed a deal with Spotify in 2011,
but Pink Floyd's music was not included in the agreement.
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Yoko Ono on Paul McCartney in Rolling Stone interview....
Paul said some nice things about you recently. ["She certainly didn't
break the group up."] What was your reaction?
The first thing that I
said was, "Oh, thank you, Paul," It was very difficult for me to not have that
support for those 40 years. But I also knew that it would be very difficult for
him to say something like that, because, you know, there are many people who
wish that we would be always fighting. But, no, he said it, and it was very
sweet of him. We understand each other so well, in many ways, I think. After 40
years, to think that we don't know each other?