Ozzy Osbourne looks back at the good times and bad in “Ordinary Man” video

Ozzy Osbourne has premiered the video for his song “Ordinary Man,” the Elton John-featuring title track from the Black Sabbath frontman’s new solo album.

The visual stars a present-day Ozzy as he sits in an empty theater watching archival footage from throughout his life and career, ranging from the good — early Black Sabbath jamming, videos of his kids — to the bad, including his 2003 ATV accident, and his infamous 1984 mugshot. The final clip, though, is a shot of Ozzy embracing his wife, Sharon, reflecting the lyric, “Just remember that it’s all for you.”

You can watch the “Ordinary Man” video streaming now on YouTube.

Ordinary Man the album, Ozzy’s first solo effort in 10 years, was released in February. It was recorded with Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith and Guns N’ Roses bassist Duff McKagan. Along with Elton, guests include Slash, Tom Morello and Post Malone.

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