Andrew Tyler, Disc and Music Echo, 20 January 1972
"THE TROUBLE with English and European crowds," said Black Sabbath vocalist Ozzy Osbourne, "is that they listen to you as if you were a jukebox. They shove in their 14 bob, or whatever it is, and expect you to work your balls off.
Total word count of piece: 1142
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