OZZY OSBOURNE Films Video For THE BEATLES Cover

The U.K.'s Mirror is reporting that OZZY OSBOURNE filmed the video to his Christmas single, a cover of THE BEATLES' "In My Life", on a bench in Battersea Park, London, accompanied by a "grumpy"-looking bulldog.

Ozzy's version of "In My Life" will be included on his upcoming box set, "The Prince of Darkness". The 52-song set, due on February 8, chronicles Ozzy's career via his biggest hits and most memorable collaborations, but the clincher is that the fourth disc of the collection features 10 newly recorded versions of his favorite songs by other artists. This means that Ozzy fans can hear the madman's very own renditions of classics by the ROLLING STONES, MOUNTAIN, MOTT THE HOOPLE, KING CRIMSON, and others.

"The Prince of Darkness" box set will be packaged in a weathered, collectable gothic book with new images of Ozzy taken by famed British photographer/artist Sam Taylor Wood. It will be come with a 60-page booklet that contains a complete career overview and rare Ozzy photos.

The first two discs in the set will encompass re-mastered versions of Ozzy's most popular solo smash hits. The third disc (which is entitled "Oddities and Duets") is comprised of some of Ozzy's most unusual collaborations. And the special fourth disc (called "Under Covers") is comprised of newly recorded covers as only Ozzy can deliver.

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