Ozzy Osbourne - Bark At The Moon


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Release date: 18 May 1983
Style: Heavy metal

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01. Bark At The Moon
02. You're No Different
03. Now You See It (Now You Don't)
04. Rock 'N' Roll Rebel
05. Centre Of Eternity
06. So Tired
07. Slow Down
08. Waiting For Darkness
09. Spiders
10. One Up The B-Side [2002 remaster bonus]

Top 20 albums of 1983: 20

Line-up
John Michael "Ozzy" Osbourne - vocals
Donald "Don" Airey - keyboards
Jake E. Lee - guitars
Tommy Aldridge - drums
Bob Daisley - bass

Guest musicians
Louis Clark - strings

Additional info
Produced by Ozzy Osbourne, Roger Thorpe, Denise Richardson, Max Norman, and Bob Daisley.
Engineered by Max Norman.
Mixed by Tony Bongiovi.
Cover art and photography by Steve Joule, Tony Harrison, and Fin Costello.

The original US/Japanese version has 8 tracks. Track "Spiders" is missing.

The original UK version has 8 tracks as well, but track "Slow Down" is missing while "Spiders" is included. The song "Centre Of Eternity" is labelled "Forever".

The original Dutch version has a different tracklist.

Staff review by
Pierre Tombale
Rating:
5.0
This album (talking about the remastered version) should have been called 'Unfulfilled great expectations' or maybe it should have never been released. A single of the title track should have been enough. Now here a few reasons why Ozzy shouldn't carry the title of 'prince of darkness' or whatever he's been called:

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published 16.09.2004 | Comments (6)

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22.05.2010 - 13:42
Rating: 9
ExtraHachse
Man I love this album
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07.12.2010 - 09:32
Rating: 8
whitepawel
You suck dude
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07.12.2010 - 10:50
Rating: 7
Angelic Storm
Melodious
This is definitely one of Ozzy's weakest efforts, in terms of consistency, but there's still some great stuff on it. The awesome title track has always seemed to overshadow the rest of the album. Although "Rock & Roll Rebel" and "You're No Different" especially, are also amazing, and very overlooked songs in Ozzy's catalogue. Half of the album contains decent - great songs, and the other half is forgettable for me. :\
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23.07.2015 - 20:09
Rating: 6
Bad English
Masterchief
Written by Angelic Storm on 07.12.2010 at 10:50

This is definitely one of Ozzy's weakest efforts, in terms of consistency, but there's still some great stuff on it. The awesome title track has always seemed to overshadow the rest of the album. Although "Rock & Roll Rebel" and "You're No Different" especially, are also amazing, and very overlooked songs in Ozzy's catalogue. Half of the album contains decent - great songs, and the other half is forgettable for me. :\


I think album is in level, maybe last what is good, next one is weak, more pop, here opening song kick ass. but in this case it makes me think, how really overrated he can be
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