Released December 10, 1983
Re-Released August 22, 1995
Re-Released June 25, 2002

 


1995 CD [ Amazon US | Amazon UK ] | 2002 CD [ Amazon US | Amazon UK ]
2002 MP3 [ Amazon US | Amazon UK ] | iTunes (US)

Track Listing

Well, that depends on what version you have.  There were several different versions, depending on what edition you had:

US ORIGINAL

  1. Bark At The Moon
  2. You’re No Different
  3. Now You See It (Now You Don’t)
  4. Rock ‘n’ Roll Rebel
  5. Centre Of Eternity
  6. So Tired
  7. Slow Down
  8. Waiting For Darkness

EUROPEAN ORIGINAL

  1. Rock ‘n’ Roll Rebel
  2. Bark at the Moon
  3. You’re No Different
  4. Now You See It (Now You Don’t)
  5. Forever
  6. So Tired
  7. Waiting for Darkness
  8. Spiders

1995 & 2002 REISSUES

  1. Bark At The Moon
  2. You’re No Different
  3. Now You See It (Now You Don’t)
  4. Rock ‘n’ Roll Rebel
  5. Centre Of Eternity
  6. So Tired
  7. Slow Down
  8. Waiting For Darkness
  9. Spiders (1995 & 2002)
  10. One Up the “B” Side (2002 Only)

Writing Credits

  • All songs cowritten by Osbourne, Lee, & Daisley, although everything on the album is credited to just “Osbourne”

Credits

  • Ozzy Osbourne – Vocals
  • Jake E. Lee – Guitar
  • Bob Daisley – Bass
  • Tommy Aldridge – Drums
  • Don Airey – Keyboards
  • Produced by Osbourne, Daisley, & Max Norman
  • Mixed by Tony Bongiovi
  • 2002 Reissue produced by Bruce Dickinson
  • 2002 Remix by Chris Athens @ Sterling Sound

Catalogue Numbers

  • CD CBS Associated ZK 38987 (US 1983)
  • Vinyl CBS QZ 38987 (US 1983)
  • Cass CBS PZT 38987 (US 1983)
  • CD Epic CDEPC 32780 (UK 1983)
  • Vinyl EPC 25739 (UK 1983)
  • CD Sony 30AP 2731-2 (JPN 1983)
  • CD Epic EK 67238 (US 1995)
  • CD Epic 481678 2 (UK 1995)
  • CD Epic EK 85249 (US 2002)
  • CD Epic EPC 502042 2 (UK 2002)
  • CD Sony EICP 782 (JPN 2007)

Notes

  • Tommy Aldridge played drums on the album, but Carmine Appice played on the first half of the tour.  Tommy returned halfway through the tour.
  • Carmine Appice appears in the video for “Bark at the Moon”, but does not actually play on the track.
  • The track “Forever” on the European release is the same as the US release of “Centre of Eternity”, just with a different name.
  • The 2002 re-release was billed as a “remaster”, but it actually was also “remixed”, too.
  • In the music video for “So Tired”, Ozzy plays about half a dozen different characters in the video.
  • Ozzy was injured on the set for “So Tired” when a mirror that was supposed to shatter and fall actually exploded in his face.

Links

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