Ozzy Osbourne Hoodie - Crucifix

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Officially Licensed Ozzy Osbourne Hoodies

Ozzy Osbourne Crucifix Hoodie

This Ozzy Osbourne hoodie features some classic crucifix imagery on the front and the band logo and smaller crucifix graphic screen printed on the back of a high quality black zip up hoodie.

In late 1986, Ozzy Osbourne was the target in the first of a series of US lawsuits brought against him, alleging that one of his songs, "Suicide Solution", drove two more American teenagers to commit suicide because of its "subliminal lyrics".

The cases were decided in Osbourne's favour, essentially on the premise that Osbourne cannot be held accountable for a listener's actions.

Also helping was the fact the song was clearly about alcohol abuse and suicide solution was a play on words.

Soon after, Osbourne publicly acknowledged that he wrote "Suicide Solution" about his friend, AC/DC lead singer Bon Scott, who died from alcohol abuse, and that solution referred to both alcohol as a solution to problems and as a chemical solution.

Bob Daisley, however, asserts that he wrote this song and that it was about his concerns over Osbourne's own ongoing battle with substance abuse.

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