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Ozzy Osbourne is really living up to his 2007 song “I Don’t Wanna Stop” and is already eyeing working on a new album after just releasing one last week.

Osbourne said in a new interview, “With this [‘Ordinary Man’], because I was so miserable the last year, it was a relief just to get and do something that I love to do. I had no deadlines. And I’m hoping that next month I’ll go and do another album with Andrew. I might as well, while I’m not doing gigs.”

Osbourne also remained optimistic about returning to the stage, despite having to postpone shows for well over a year due to health issues.

“I’m not stopping,” said Osbourne. “I’m coming back, and I’m going to kick your f-cking ass. Believe me; I cannot wait.”

Osbourne’s Ordinary Man, his first new studio album in nearly a decade, came out last Friday (February 21.) Initial U.S. sales figures are not currently known, but the album is currently estimated to debut at number two in the U.K.


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