Ozzy Osbourne has announced the release of the expanded edition of his ‘No More Tears’ in celebration of the album’s 30th anniversary.

Apart from his career with Black Sabbath, Ozzy Osbourne also pursued a solo career. His first release as a solo effort was the album ‘Blizzard Of Oz’ in 1980. Among other successful solo records, Osbourne released his sixth solo album ‘No More Tears’ in September 1991. The album became one of his two best-selling solo albums in North America.

This year marks the 30th anniversary of ‘No More Tears,’ and Osbourne will celebrate it on September 17 with a special vinyl reissue and an expanded digital edition. The new release will also include 12 new and rare tracks appearing on streaming services for the first time. ‘No More Tears’ expanded edition can be pre-ordered via Tower Records.

The expanded edition will also feature the original album and several demos, as well as classic hits such as ‘I Don’t Want To Change The World,’ ‘Mama, I’m Coming Home,’ and ‘Road To Nowhere.’ Live recordings from Osbourne’s ‘No More Tours’ tour in 1992 will also appear on the new release.

Ozzy Osbourne announced the release via a Tweet on his official Twitter account. He included the photos of the LP edition of the reissue in his tweet. As seen in the photo Osbourne posted, it will come as a two-disc set on black vinyl and as a Tower Records exclusive on red and yellow vinyl.

Below is Ozzy Osbourne’s tweet which was an announcement of the reissue.