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What Do Guster and Ozzy Osbourne Have in Common?

They’re playing the Seattle area in early 2011. And…that’s about it.

By Laura Dannen October 12, 2010

Ozzy Osbourne, Prince of Darkness and Duke of Sad Reality TV, has a new solo album out that he’s calling “very heavy. It’s a cross between—it’s kind of like a Sabbath/Ozzy album, you know,” he told the Pulse of Radio. “It’s kind of, it wasn’t meant to, I didn’t plan on doing it but that’s the way it unfolded. A lot of it’s very, very heavy. I just hope people like it. I love it.” Whatever you say, Ozzy.

He plays Tacoma Dome with special guest Slash on February 5; tickets ($30-$80) go on sale this Saturday, October 16, at 10am on livenation.com.

Architects And Engineers featuring Singalong Paul from Guster on Vimeo.

Meanwhile, folksy alt-rock band Guster is back with a vengeance after a four-year break from recording—critics are calling their new album Easy Wonderful the “best of their career.” I have yet to conclude that…I’m still listening to that catchy-as-hell 2003 track “Amsterdam” on repeat. And “Airport Song.” Love those bongos. But I am enjoying “Architects and Engineers” (the video above is one of 12 made by 12 different directors for their new album).

Guster plays the Moore Theatre on January 18; tickets ($30) go on sale this Friday, October 15, at 10am at stgpresents.org.

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