He performed with Osbourne in the course of the ‘90s earlier than joining Metallica in 2003. Extra not too long ago, Trujillo reunited with Osbourne for the Black Sabbath icon’s newest solo album, Patient Number 9
“It was nice to be with Ozzy once more and have his power,” Trujillo tells Revolver. “At one level, we truly jammed on some Sabbath songs. ‘Warfare Pigs’ was certainly one of ’em, and that was a variety of enjoyable as a result of [drummer] Chad [Smith] had by no means performed a Sabbath music with Ozzy, so he was simply gleaming with happiness.”
Trujillo stated these good vibes have been badly wanted. “There was a variety of that form of power occurring at the moment,” he added, “and it was only a good spot to be when all the things simply appeared dismal on the planet at the moment. So I used to be very grateful that we have been capable of have that have collectively and share these moments of creativity.”
After all, the periods inevitably reminded Trujillo of his earlier tenure with Osbourne. “Ozzy used to inform me, ‘Rob, , I’m your finest buddy, man. I’m your finest buddy as a result of I like the bass. I don’t need you to show it down. I would like you to show it up!’” Trujillo remembered. “You realize, singers by no means say that!
“I imply, the one different singer that’s ever stated that to me was Lady Gaga after we jammed with her with Metallica – and James kinda appeared over and was like, ‘What?’” Trujillo stated. “James loves bass. He simply doesn’t wish to hear the bass when he’s making an attempt to sing and have that form of taking up his sonic bubble, .”
Trujillo additionally famous how the instrument is showcased in each Black Sabbath and Osbourne’s solo work: “Bass was crucial to each bands, and for me as a bass participant, you’re a child in a sweet store, what I imply?” Trujillo stated. “Loads of occasions folks say, ‘Oh, it’s concerning the guitar in Ozzy’s bands.’ However no, it’s additionally concerning the bass – it’s about all the things. It’s like an influence trio with an amazing, extremely soulful singer.”
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