No Rest For The Wicked

by Ozzy Osbourne

(1988) Epic #EK 67241

Personnel Ozzy Osbourne: vocals, Zakk Wylde: guitar, Bob Daisley: bass, Randy Castillo: drums, John Sinclair: keyboards.
Description Great hooks. Great cd. Just put it on and let it play.
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Directory Recordings: Metal
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On 2/21/2001, Inactive Member posted:
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I like every track except Devil's Daughter, Demon Alchohol (actually an okay song but doesn't measure up to the rest), and Crazy Babies which is pretty much the same thing. The opener, Miracle Man, is the best. It's really fast with a gnarly solo. Track 4, Breaking All The Rules, is a really good song. Bloodbath In Paradise is great too, and opens with some prime Ozzy subliminal message type sound effects and has about sixty jillion sick hooks in it. Fire In The Sky has kind of a hair metal quality to it, and is cool. Tattooed Dancer is a total frenzy, a must-hear. The last track is an unlisted "secret track" named Hero. It is a close second to Miracle Man and has a great, driving sound. All in all a great cd, but you must listen to it a few times before you start really liking it. I would like to say though, that it is the worst of the Zakk Wylde albums. Buy No More Tears or Ozzmosis first.
On 8/26/2000, Michael Paetz (216) posted:
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This album was one of those so called "flops," others said after it's release, but I beg to differ. I think it's a great collection of killer tunes by the Ozz man and company. "Breaking all the rules," is one of the best on this album, so is "Bloodbath in Paradise," "Demon Alcohol," and the slower "Fire in the sky." You'll also find out there is a hidden track titled "Fool no More" at the end of CD. (Pretty good) Zakk Wylde does a great job of guitar work on this one. To me, it will always be a favorite right next to "Ultimate Sin," another one of Ozzys so called "flops." Come on what are some of those people thinking? These albums are both great!