Bark at the Moon

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All Music Guide - Steve Huey
Ozzy Osbourne finds a permanent replacement for Randy Rhoads in Jake E. Lee, a more standard metal guitarist without Rhoads' neo-classical compositional ability or stylistic flair. Still, Osbourne and his band turn in a competent, workmanlike set of heavy metal featuring the crunching title track, whose video featuring Osbourne dressed as a werewolf became popular on MTV. Unfortunately, substance abuse problems would prevent Osbourne from releasing another record up to the standards of Bark at the Moon for nearly the rest of the decade.
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All Music Guide - Steve Huey
Ozzy Osbourne finds a permanent replacement for Randy Rhoads in Jake E. Lee, a more standard metal guitarist without Rhoads' neo-classical compositional ability or stylistic flair. Still, Osbourne and his band turn in a competent, workmanlike set of heavy metal featuring the crunching title track, whose video featuring Osbourne dressed as a werewolf became popular on MTV. Unfortunately, substance abuse problems would prevent Osbourne from releasing another record up to the standards of Bark at the Moon for nearly the rest of the decade.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 8/22/1995
  • Label: Sony
  • UPC: 074646723821
  • Catalog Number: 67238

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Ozzy Osbourne Primary Artist, Primary Artist, Vocals
Don Airey Keyboards
Tommy Aldridge Drums
Bob Daisley Bass, Vocals, Background Vocals
Jake E. Lee Guitar, Vocals, Background Vocals
Technical Credits
Ozzy Osbourne Producer, Contributor
Louis Clark String Arrangements
Don Airey Contributor
Tommy Aldridge Contributor
David Coleman Art Direction, Cover Design, Remastering Art Direction
Bob Daisley Producer, Contributor
Jake E. Lee Contributor
Bob Ludwig Remastering
Max Norman Producer, Engineer
Ria Lewerke Art Direction
Mark Weiss Contributor
Hooshik Contributor
Steve Joule Artwork
Brian Lee Remastering
Boris Vallejo Artwork
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Well-produced Ozzy album

    Bark At The Moon offers some laid-back time with Ozzy. It has good songs, lyrics and production and gives the impression of something very professional - though i consider Journey To The Centre Of Eternity as being a good idea, that just didn't do well after all. The album is a more round-edged, easy-listener than the other Ozzy albums. Except for Spiders In the Night, it will not icen your skin beyond your will, but just make you want to feel heavy for some 40 minutes. It offers them light-metal people an opportunity to go really heavy, and still feel safe and sane. What i especially like about this album is the pretty fat, tight sound. There's a lot of post-processing/effects (echo, doubletracking, reverb etc.) on both Ozzy's voice and the guitars, which suits Ozzy's voice great - like he's ''hidden'' behind the machines, and express himself (in usual Ozzy-manner) through them, making the sound vast and rich....and, well...somewhat artifical. Anyway, Blizzard of Ozz was plain Ozzy, this is equipped Ozzy. Works great, too.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Below sub par.

    Bark At The Moon, Ozzy's third album is not so good. The opening three tracks on this one: Bark At The Moon, You're No Diffrent, Rock and Roll rebel are excellent. After that it all goes downhill with Centre of Eternity, So Tired, and Slow Down. Waiting For Darkness and Spiders in The Night make up for the poor direction of this release. Ozzy was still mourning over the loss of Randy Rhodes and it shows on this album.

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