Adam Sandler is on there, as well as the Ramones, Anthrax, Motorhead, Pink Floyd and the Scorpions.
Ozzy Osbourne didn't grow up celebrating Thanksgiving in England, but the Blizzard of Ozz has lived in Los Angeles long enough that Turkey Day is second nature at this point. Need proof? Check out the heavy metal icon's 32-song Spotify holiday playlist, "Ozzy's Thanksgiving Tunes."
The eclectic collection naturally includes some of Ozzy's solo and Black Sabbath tracks ("Dreamer," "Thank God for the Bomb," "In My Life," "Sweet Leaf," "After Forever," "Thank God For the Bomb," "Rat Salad" and "Mama, I'm Coming Home"), including the title track to his upcoming album Straight to Hell, which features Slash and that album's first single, "Under the Graveyard." But it also has some holiday-appropriate, hard-rocking tunes about gathering the flock and counting your blessings, including Adam Sandler's "The Thanksgiving Song," The Ramones' "We're a Happy Family," Pink Floyd's "Wish You Were Here" and ZZ Top's "I Thank You."