Osbourne: 'I'd Be Mad Not To Record With Black Sabbath'
Former hellraiser Ozzy Osbourne is keen to make another album with Black Sabbath - and insists he would be crazy not to.
The self-styled Prince Of Darkness was sacked from the band in the 1970s by bandmates Tony Lommi and Geezer Butler and replaced by Ronnie James Dio.
Osbourne has reunited with Black Sabbath twice since he was fired, and admits he would love to work with the band once more to mark his retirement from music.
He says, "I never say never. I'd be completely nuts not to put out another Black Sabbath album.
"If I ever retire, I'd love to end my career performing with the band I first played with."