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No Rest For the Wicked
     

No Rest For the Wicked

by Ozzy Osbourne
 

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Things start to improve for Ozzy on No Rest for the Wicked, as Zakk Wylde replaces Jake E. Lee on guitar and Osbourne comes up with his best set since 1983. Again, it's not quite up to the level of excellence his Blizzard of Ozz band achieved, but Osbourne sounds somewhat rejuvenated, and Wylde is a more consistently interesting guitarist than Lee.

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Things start to improve for Ozzy on No Rest for the Wicked, as Zakk Wylde replaces Jake E. Lee on guitar and Osbourne comes up with his best set since 1983. Again, it's not quite up to the level of excellence his Blizzard of Ozz band achieved, but Osbourne sounds somewhat rejuvenated, and Wylde is a more consistently interesting guitarist than Lee. Highlights include "Miracle Man" (in which Ozzy gloats about the downfall of the TV preachers who had long attacked him as an agent of Satan) and the MTV hits "Crazy Babies" and "Breaking All the Rules."

Product Details

Release Date:
06/25/2002
Label:
Sbme Special Mkts.
UPC:
0886979175129
catalogNumber:
791751
Rank:
12739

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Ozzy Osbourne   Primary Artist,Vocals
Randy Castillo   Drums
Bob Daisley   Bass Guitar
Zakk Wylde   Guitar

Technical Credits

Bruce Dickinson   Reissue Producer
Ozzy Osbourne   Composer
Roy Thomas Baker   Producer
Randy Castillo   Composer
David Coleman   Art Direction
Bob Daisley   Composer
Keith Olsen   Producer
Zakk Wylde   Composer
Gerry Napier   Engineer
Phil Alexander   Liner Notes
Stacey Boyle   Tape Research
J. Sinclair   Composer
Gordon Fondyce   Engineer

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