|Performed by||Ozzy Osbourne|
|Appears in||Guitar Hero World Tour|
Mr. Crowley was featured on Ozzy Osbourne's album, Blizzard of Ozz. The song references Aleister Crowley.
Although not too difficult for those who can complete expert guitar career, the song still has some of the hardest guitar solos in the game.
|This song appears as a Master Track.|
Guitar - 16. Ozzfest (Germany)
Drums - 14. Ozzfest (Germany)
Bass - 16. Ozzfest (Germany)
Vocals - 4. Ozzfest (Germany)
Band - 16. Ozzfest (Germany)
Mr. Crowley, like Crazy Train, features some of the hardest solo material in World Tour, not to be underestimated by even expert GH players. First-time players: be ready, for these solos can wipe you out if you aren't ready. Both are listed under the top 30 solos of all-time, and, contrary to popular belief, both tracks (Crazy Train as well) were not played by Zakk Wylde on guitar in real life, but instead classic guitarist Randy Rhoads, a great player who died in a plane crash not too long after these albums.
Speaking of the bass, the verses and the beginning are fairly simple. There may be about two complex hammer on chords (Open Strum-R-Y-R-G-R) in the middle of the verses, but the parts to watch out for are the final solos. These parts can cause some difficulty, especially with the quick several notes in a row (Hint: When this part comes, there is about 1 minute left in the song).
- The opening opening of this song is similar to that of "For Whom the Bell Tolls," as both songs' openings feature more notes for the bass than the guitar.
- The opening for this song feature keyboard sections during the dual pipe organ solo for the guitar and bass.