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So for The Storm, Tech N9ne wanted to revisit and build upon his musical foundation. “I knew if I named it The Storm, it would push me to do the best music I’ve ever done,” Tech N9ne explains. “I’m coming off of Special Effects, which featured songs with Eminem, Krizz Kaliko, 2 Chainz, and . But it’s not just the features. It was a big record, period. I just couldn’t come with a title that wasn’t going to push me. It actually pushed me to do some damn good music, man.”

CBS had also promoted the song "Let Me Hear You Scream" in their television show CSI: NY and it was also featured in the 6th-season episode "Redemptio".

Ozzy is saying he likes sex "loud" and "mean", and that his phallus is up to the task: "I got the thunder in my machine".

In 1978, Osbourne left the band for three months to pursue interest in a solo project he called Blizzard of Ozz , [27] a name which had been suggested by his father. [28] Three members of the band Necromandus , who had supported Black Sabbath in Birmingham when they were called Earth , did backup for Osbourne in the studio and briefly became the first incarnation of his solo band. At the request of the other members, Osbourne rejoined Sabbath. [29] The band spent five months at Sounds Interchange Studios in Toronto, Ontario, Canada , writing and recording what would become Never Say Die! "It took quite a long time", Iommi said. "We were getting really drugged out, doing a lot of dope. We'd go down to the sessions, and have to pack up because we were too stoned, we'd have to stop. Nobody could get anything right, we were all over the place, everybody's playing a different thing. We'd go back and sleep it off, and try again the next day." [30] [ incomplete short citation ]

Throughout the 1980s, Osbourne continued to cultivate the image of the troubled loner and angry rebel, with his antisocial theatrics contributing to his public notoriety. Among his antics, he showered his audiences with raw meat and bit the head off a live bat onstage. Not everyone found his persona and dark music so appealing, and he was frequently singled out by religious conservatives who hoped to demonstrate the negative impacts of rock music on society. During this period, Osbourne also was named in multiple lawsuits by families who claimed that his music was responsible for their children’s suicides.

Jason is the lead guitarist in Five Finger Death Punch. He has also recorded and toured with Alice Cooper, Vince Neil and many others. His technique is drenched with incredible feel and picking precision beyond comprehension. He is a perfectionist in the most positive sense of the word and worked closely with us every step of the way as we created his custom AD-100 Baritone guitar.

This evolution in Rise Against’s identity came against the backdrop of other changes for the band. For 11 years, they had worked closely with producer Bill Stevenson, of the Descendents and Black Flag fame. With Descendents on tour and Stevenson tied up, Rise Against stepped out of their comfort zone and began working with Nick Raskulinecz, the Grammy-winning producer who has partnered with Foo Fighters, Alice in Chains, and Deftones.

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