No Rest for the Wicked - Ozzy Osbourne

No Rest for the Wicked

Ozzy Osbourne

 Biography
  • Genre: Hard Rock
  • Release Date: 1993-06-09
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 11

  • ℗ 1988, 2002 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

Tracks

Play Title Time Download
1
Miracle Man 3:43  
2
Devil's Daughter (Holy War) 5:14  
3
Crazy Babies 4:14  
4
Breakin' All the Rules 5:15  
5
Bloodbath In Paradise 5:02  
6
Fire In the Sky 6:24  
7
Tattooed Dancer 3:53  
8
Demon Alcohol 4:30  
9
Hero 4:48  
10
The Liar 4:32  
11
Miracle Man 3:48  

Reviews

  • Meh

    2
    By marshjvm
    Such a forgettable Ozzy album. Jake E Lee blows Zakk away too!!
  • Classic

    5
    By KISS1974
    Remember -30 years ago on vinyl in 30 years later still on the bus as the albums ever made
  • Move in right direction

    4
    By Bobula
    Ozzy's worst period of production was the Jake E Lee era. This album is the first with Zack Wylde and as such signals a good move for Ozzy. This album is harder and better thenthe two before it. Miracle Man and Crazy Babies are great songs and they alone make the album worth the cost. Nothing else on the album rises to that level but it is still a solid album.
  • WORST

    1
    By Teleguy68
    Worst Ozzy album. Randy Rhoads made Ozzy's solo career. After Rhoads, Ozzy became exposed for what he is, not very good.
  • fantastic!

    5
    By Dutchahmu
    Zak Wylde (spelling?) is probably the best guitarist Ozzy ever worked with. This is a great album
  • Great Album!!!

    5
    By Ramsey25
    All the naysayers are crazy, this by far the best album outside the Randy albums.
  • ZAAAAAKKKKKKK

    5
    By Lincolnius77
    Ladies and Gentleman, Boys and Girls....may we introduce to you.....ZAKK F@#KING WYLDE!!!!!!!! Great album through and through!!!! Zakk's debut is just gold!!!!
  • Ozzy- no rest.....

    4
    By devilsadvocate01
    this was released over 20 years ago, it introduced ozzys new guitarist zakk wylde. who updated ozzys sound. there are some fine songs on here, you cant compare zakk to jake e. lee or the immortal randy rhoads,i have to say ozzy has no bad albums.. but he can never repeat blizzard of ozz or diary of a madman
  • Solid but not great.

    3
    By Crempster
    I think this album is good but just kind of a let down after the great ultimate sin album.and zakk doesn't hold a candle to the great jake e lee. I've seen them both and I just think jake is better. Zakk just gets too happy with the whammy bar.is this album horrible? No not by any means but it just isn't great.
  • Takes me back

    5
    By BastardoSurvives
    This album takes me back to when I was 16 years old and playing the cassette tape over and over and driving everyone crazy! The soundtrack to my childhood

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