Long before Ozzy Osbourne was reality TV's foul-mouthed Prince of Bleeping Darkness, he was the Godfather of Heavy Metal. He earned that title fronting Black Sabbath, with '70s hits "Iron Man" and "Paranoid," and by later reinventing himself as a solo artist supported by full-throttle guitarists like Randy Rhoads and Jake E. Lee on songs like "Crazy Train" and "Bark at the... More >>>