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This Clown Strips Down OZZY OSBOURNE's "Crazy Train" Into Saddest Song Ever

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Remember Puddles Pity Party from America's Got Talent?

The 7-foot-tall sad clown just recorded a beautiful and subdued cover of Ozzy Osbourne's seminal 1980 classic "Crazy Train," and, oh boy, is it great.

Inspired by their plans to see Joaquin Phoenix's masterwork as The Joker — a real debby downer even compared to Puddles — an impromptu session arose once Triple P's friend, guitarist RL Martin, started playing the song one day in the garage.

Puddles explains:

"My pal RL Martin came by the garage before we went to see an early viewing of The Joker. We were wondering what to play when train after train went by. He just started playing 'Crazy Train.' Andrew captured it. One take and off we went," he says.

"I know some of y'all are not gonna like what I did here, but I'm gonna go where the muse takes me. I'm just inviting you to come along for the ride. To see what happens."

There are plenty of other awesome covers and mashups on Puddles' YouTube page, so go check 'em out. You can also catch him on tour here.

Nic tweets at @gizabutler.

Posted by on October 17, 2019 at 12:11 pm

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