Though he has spent a good portion of his life on the road, Ozzy Osbourne still hasn't earned his license. "I could drive quite well, but I failed the test a number of times," he says. "Now I'm studying." Putting together his four-disc box set Prince of Darkness (due March 22), which covers his 25 years of headbanging, also took some cramming—and a bit of self-reflection. How the onetime poster boy for heavy metal excess became better known as a lovably profane MTV reality star "is kind of a mystery to me as well," says Osbourne, 56, who kicks off another Ozzfest tour this summer after The Osbournes completes its final season. And after that? "Sharon has already started looking at houses," he says. "Since we've been married, we've rented or bought 27 houses in 23 years. I always say, 'Can't we let the paint dry before we move on?'" Looking back at his life and career, Ozzy offered his thoughts on some of the more colorful moments.
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