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Dear Sir… Ozzy Osbourne Complains To Weekly Pop Paper, Disc

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In 1970, Ozzy Osbourne wrote a letter from Lodge Road, Aston, Birmingham complaining that the weekly pop paper, Disc had confused Black Widow’s album Sacrifice with Black Sabbath’s debut album – which was simply titled Black Sabbath.

How could they?

It’s hard to imagine too many aspiring artists doing the same today.

Format: UK English
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