Ozzy Osbourne Wants You to Get a Tattoo

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In celebration of the Prince of Darkness’ upcoming album, Ordinary Man, Ozzy Osbourne is offering fans an opportunity to get inked with an "Ozzy-inspired" tattoo at various ink parlors around the world on February 20, the day before the album drops.

The singer has shared a list of tattoo parlors to his website where fans will be able to listen to the record early while choosing an exclusive ink design that the resident tattooists have personally brainstormed. Fifty tattoo shops around the world are participating in the Prince of Darkness' tattoo stop,  including Athens, Copenhagen, Honolulu, Las Vegas, London, Moscow, Oslo, Prague, Sydney and Warsaw. Times and prices will vary per location. 

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The global tattoo announcement comes hot on the heels for the news that Ozzy is coming to LA for a record store signing at Amoeba Music on Friday, February 21, the day Ordinary Man hits the shelves.

READ MORE: Ozzy Osbourne Announces Fan Meet and Greet in Los Angeles

Ordinary Man will be released on CD, deluxe CD, black vinyl, deluxe gatefold swirl colour vinyl, picture disc and on digital and streaming platforms.

Physical copies of the record will come with an exclusive code which will allow fans to enter a sweepstake to win one of 300+ Ozzy-related prizes. For more information, head to Osbourne's website

 

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