Whether or not you care for sports, the Super Bowl is a must-watch television event, if not for the football, for the halftime show, and if not for the halftime show, for the commercials. One commercial set to air this Super Bowl Sunday stars a motley bunch of self-identifying “rock stars” who take offense to the casual use of their professional designation by menial office workers, Ozzy Osbourne, KISS‘s Paul Stanley, Joan Jett, Billy Idol, and Gary Clark Jr. among them.

“Hey corporate types, would you stop calling each other rock stars?” Paul Stanley implores at the start of the ad with an audience of thousands of fans cheering behind him. “Rock stars? Please.”

Joan Jett then chimes in to inquire, “Do you know what it takes to be a rock star?”

“I’ve trashed hotel rooms in 43 countries,” Billy Idol offers.

“I’ve done my share of bad things—also your share of bad things,” Ozzy adds.

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The ad is for workplace payroll/HR company Workday, whose description of the commercial reads, “Rock stars have worked hard to earn their titles. So when the business world starts calling execs ‘rock stars’ for crushing it with Workday, the legends have something to say. Join Ozzy Osbourne, Gary Clark Jr., Joan Jett, Billy Idol, and Paul Stanley as they send a message to the corporate world on football’s biggest stage.”

At the end of the commercial, Ozzy plays the part of a lowly employee straight out of Office Space, the joke being that you shouldn’t call your coworkers rock stars “unless you work with an actual rock star.” “Who’s the new guy?” a coworker asks.

“Hi, I’m Oswald,” the Prince of Darkness sheepishly replies.

Watch the full Workday Super Bowl commercial starring Ozzy Osbourne, Paul Stanley, Joan Jett, Billy Idol, and Gary Clarke Jr. below. Osbourne recently announced his touring days are over.

Workday “Rock Star” Super Bowl Commercial

(Video: Workday)