Ozzy Osbourne To Debut New Song On CSI Episode
March 29, 2010
Phyllis Pollack of Examiner.com reports that rocker Ozzy Osbourne will debut his new song “Let Me Hear You Scream” this Wednesday on CSI: NY, which will air on Wednesday, April 14 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. The song will be released by his longtime record label, Epic Records.
The episode, titled “Redemption,” will center on a death row inmate, played by guest star Harold Perrineau, “Lost), and his final request, which brings Dr. Hawkes, played by series cast member Hill Harper), to a Pennsylvania prison to deal with a long-kept secret, in the midst of an erupting prison riot erupts that keeps him captive. The plot was written by executive producer Peter M. Lenkov, with the teleplay by Lenkov and Bill Haynes.
Osbourne’s song resonated with the show’s executive producer, Peter M. Lenkov, who stated, “We were looking for something high energy and irreverent to sell the madness of a prison riot.” “We immediately responded to the new Osbourne tune. The song exceeded our expectations and brought exactly the right tone to the episode.”
“When I heard they were going to use ‘Let Me Hear You Scream’ for a prison riot scene, I thought, ‘Well, now that’s something I know about,'” says Ozzy, dwho spent time in prison in the U.K. for burglary before his 18th birthday.
Ozzy Osbourne’s career has spanned forty years, and his blizzard of hits continues. A multi-platinum, Grammy Award-winning artist, and a Rock and Roll Hall of Famer, Osbourne has sold over 100 million albums worldwide, with approximately half of those sales being with Black Sabbath and the other half as a solo artist. In 2003, he was honored with a star on Hollywood Boulevard’s “Walk of Fame,” and on honored at the Rock Walk, located in front of the Guitar Center in Hollywood.
CSI: NY, is crime drama, influenced by the drama series CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, is about forensic investigators who use high-tech science to follow the evidence and solve crimes in the New York.