Ozzy Rereleases Duet Version of ‘Hellraiser’ Featuring late Lemmy Kilmister

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Ozzy Osbourne has a 30th anniversary version on “No More Tears” on the horizon and what a better way to celebrate than to honor the memory of a dear friend who came up in the rock world along side the Prince of Darkness.

Ozzy has released a unique version of the classic “Hellraiser” ahead of the Friday (September 17th) drop of the album rerelease in a nice tribute to the late Motörhead frontman, Lemmy Kilmister.

“I hope everyone enjoys the song,” Osbourne said about the song. “This is just a small way to honour my friend Lemmy. Sharon and I talk a lot about how much we miss him.”

This newly imagined duet version of the song is only available through the digital version of the rerelease.




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