- Miracle Man
- Devil’s Daughter
- Crazy Babies
- Breaking All The Rules
- Bloodbath In Paradise
- Fire In The Sky
- Tattooed Dancer
- Demon Alcohol
- Liar (2002 Only)
- Miracle Man Live (2002 Only)
- Tracks 1, 7, & 8 by Osbourne, Wylde, Daisley
- Tracks 2, 4, 5, 6, & 9 by Osbourne, Wylde, Daisley, Sinclair, & Castillo
- Track 3 by Osbourne, Wylde, Castillo, Daisley
- Track 10 by Osbourne, Wylde, Daisley, Sinclair
- Ozzy Osbourne – Vocals
- Zakk Wylde – Guitar
- Bob Daisley – Bass
- Geezer Butler – Bass (Track 11, 2002 only)
- Randy Castillo – Drums
- John Sinclair – Keyboards
- Produced by Keith Olsen & Roy Thomas Baker (Except 1 & 2, just by Olsen)
- Recorded & Engineered by Roy Thomas Baker, Gordon Fordyce, & Gerry Napier
- Mixed by Keith Olsen
- Mastered by Greg Fulginiti
- 2002 Reissue Produced by Bruce Dickinson
- CD CBS Associated ZK 44245 (US 1988)
- Vinyl CBS Z 44245 (US 1988)
- Cass CBS OZT 44254 (US 1988)
- CD CBS EPC 462581 2 (UK 1988)
- CD CBS/Sony 67241 (US 1995)
- CD Epic 481681 2 (UK 1995)
- CD Epic EK 85246 (US 2002)
- CD Epic 502046 2 (UK 2002)
- CD Sony EICP 785 (JPN 2007)
- The track Hero is unlisted on the original version of the album, and comes after Demon Alcohol and a few minutes of blank space.
- The Liar was a previously unreleased song.
- The 2002 live version of Miracle Man came from a June 4, 1989 Pay Per View concert in Philadelphia, PA.
- Bob Daisley only played on the album – he was replaced by Geezer Butler for both video shoots, and the tour.
- Miracle Man is about Jimmy Swaggart, and his being busted with a prostitute.
- Bloodbath in Paradise is about the Charles Manson Tate/LeBianca murders, although the 2002 booklet says it’s about the Vietnam War.
- Hero is about Ozzy himself.