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Beginning May 31, Rock Band 3 will offer an eight-pack of songs from Ozzy Osbourne celebrating the release of the Diary of a Madman/Blizzard of Ozz 30th Anniversary Collector's Edition. The Ozzy Osbourne 8-pack will come with three remastered classics from each album including "Mr. Crowley" and "Over the Mountain" as well as additional hits like "Bark at the Moon" and "Mama, I'm Coming Home."
Paul McCartney is working on a covers album of Pop standards that is tentatively scheduled for release early next year. "It's my dad's style of music," Macca told Rolling Stone. "I've wanted to do that kind of thing forever, since the Beatle days. But then Rod [Stewart] went mad on it. I thought, 'I have to wait so it doesn't look like I'm trying to do a Rod.'" McCartney is also planning more U.S. tour dates for this year, and in June he'll reissue his 1970 solo album, McCartney, and 1980's McCartney II, in deluxe editions with bonus tracks and DVDs. Furthermore, McCartney is even writing material for what he calls a "heavier rock" album. He has yet to pick a producer, but he told Rolling Stone that a recent conversation with Dave Grohl about how he recorded the Foo Fighters' latest LP in his garage lit a fire. "It sounds quite wacky, but it keeps it fresh," McCartney said. "I love that — you get a crazy idea and go with it. You never know — I may run into a garage to make this other album."