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Ozzy Osbourne discography

This list was created with the aid of a few websites, namely MTV Online. Special credit is given to every source used in the making of this list. Like all lists, this one might not be fully complete; If any of this info is inaccurate/incorrect/downright wrong, I'm open for feedback.

Blizzard of Ozz
album, 1980, Jet (England)

Blizzard of Ozz
album, 1981, Jet (US)
The English pressing has a different back cover. It is difficult to tell if it actually took until 1981 to have the album released in the US. Also, it is not clear exactly what role CBS Records plays in the releasing and distribution.

Band: Ozzy Osbourne (vocals); Randy Rhoads (guitar); Don Airey (keyboards); Bob Daisley (bass, background vocals, gongs); Lee Kerslake (drums, percussion, tubular bells, timpani).
Producers: Ozzy Osbourne, Bob Daisley, Lee Kerslake, Randy Rhoads

Crazy Train
single, 1980, Jet
Additional track is "You Looking at Me Looking at You".

Crazy Train
7" single, 1980, Jet
Promo of the above single.

Crazy Train
7" single, 1980, Jet
Jukebox version of the above single.

Mr. Crowley
7" single, 1980, Jet
Additional track is "You Said It All (LIVE)". Bonus 7" that came in the Japanese pressing of either Bark at the Moon or Speak of the Devil.

Mr. Crowley Live EP
12" picture disc, 1980, Jet
This disc contains the above two songs along with a live version of "Suicide Solution". Additionally, this is available on black vinyl as a Canadian pressing; this pressing's cover has a color picture of Ozzy wearing his red "jump suit" with his arms extended. There is a third pressing, from the U.K., where the cover is a silver and black picture of Ozzy wearing his fringed shirt.

Crazy Train
7" single, 1981, Jet / CBS Associated
U.S. 7". Additional track is "Steal Away (The Night)".

Crazy Train
7" single, 1981, CBS Associated KZEW 98FM / Sound Warehouse single. Also has "Troubleshooter" by Judas Priest, "It's All Right, It's OK" by Hawks, and "R.O.C.K." by Garland Jeffreys.

Diary of a Madman
album, 1981, Jet
Reissued with 22-bit remastering

Band: Ozzy Osbourne (vocals); Randy Rhoads (guitar); Bob Daisley (bass); Lee Kerslake (drums). Producers: Ozzy Osbourne, Randy Rhoads, Max Norman.

Over the Mountain
12" single, 1981, Jet
Additional track is "I Don't Know".

Over the Mountain
7" single, 1981, Jet
Additional track is "I Don't Know". Also available as a promo with full artwork.

Flying High Again / I Don't Know (Live)
7" single, 1981, Jet / CBS Associated Probably a U.S. only release

Talk of the Devil double album, 1982, Jet (England and possibly all non US)

Speak of the Devil
double album, 1982, Jet (US)
This is a live album. Randy Rhoads died in a plane crash on the Diary of a Madman tour (March 1982). Brad Gillis took an extended leave from Night Ranger to fill in. The album is all Black Sabbath material. It was supposed to be a live album from the Diary tour, but after Randy's death, Ozzy felt he would be exploiting Randy's name by releasing the album. This was to fulfill his contact for a live album. In order to have the entire album fit on one CD, CBS left off "Sweet Leaf" on the US CD (possibly world wide). In 1991, Castle Communications re-released the CD under its European (and possibly Japanese) name (Talk of the Devil) and added "Sweet Leaf". Reissued with 22-bit remastering. The US remaster has restored "Sweet Leaf".

Band: Ozzy Osbourne (vocals); Brad Gillis (guitar); Rudy Sarzo (bass); Tommy Aldridge (drums).
Recorded live at the Ritz, New York, New York on September 26 & 27, 1982

Symptom of the Universe
12" single, 1982, Jet
Additional tracks are "Iron Man / Children of the Grave", both from Talk of the Devil. Not available in the US.

Symptom of the Universe
7" picture single, 1982, Jet
This may also be available in black vinyl. Additional track is "N.I.B." Not available in the US.

Symptom of the Universe
7" single, 1982, Jet
Promo single for this song. Additional track is N.I.B." Not available in the US.

Bark at the Moon
album, 1983, Epic (Europe and possibly world wide)

Bark at the Moon
album, 1983, CBS Associated (US)
This album has two different versions and album covers. The US pressing has the logo and title in red and yellow. It also has the song "Slow Down" instead of "Spiders". The European pressing has the logo and title in blue and yellow. The song "Spiders" appears here, but not "Slow Down". Additionally, the song "Centre of Eternity" on the US pressing is listed as "Forever" on the European pressing. Finally, the songs are in different orders on each pressing. Reissued with 22-bit remastering. American reissue has "Spiders" in addition to "Slow Down".

Band: Ozzy Osbourne (vocals); Jake E. Lee (guitar, background vocals); Don Airey (keyboards); Bob Daisley (bass, background vocals); Tommy Aldridge (drums).
Producers: Ozzy Osbourne, Bob Daisley, Max Norman. Digitally remastered by Brian Lee and Bob Ludwig

Bark at the Moon
12" single, 1983, Epic
Additional tracks are "One Up the B Side" and "Slow Down".
Not available in the US.

Bark at the Moon
7" single, 1983, Epic
Additional track is "One Up the B Side". Not available in the US.

Bark at the Moon
7" single, 1983, CBS Associated
Additional track is "Spiders".

So Tired
7" single, 1983, CBS Associated
Additional track, "B" side, is the same as "One Up the B Side"

So Tired
12" single, 1984, Epic
12" single with "So Tired", "Waiting for Darkness", "Bark at the Moon", "Suicide Solution", "Paranoid". The last 3 recorded live at Salt Palace, Salt Lake City, Utah, March 18, 1984. Comes with an Ozzy Osbourne logo patch. Not available in the US.

So Tired
7" single, 1984, Epic / CBS
Additional track is "Bark at the Moon" recorded live at Salt Palace, Salt Lake City, Utah, March 18, 1984. Comes with an Ozzy Osbourne logo patch. Not available in the US.

So Tired
7" single, 1984, Epic
Additional track is "Forever (Live)". Not available in the US.
So Tired
Double 7" single, 1984, Epic / CBS
Gatefold 7" package with 2 7" singles. The first single has "So Tired" and "Bark At The Moon (live)"; the other single has "Waiting For Darkness" and "Paranoid (live)".

Prince of Darkness
12" EP, 1984, CBS Japan
Japanese only release including "You Looking At Me - Remix", and "One Up the "B" Side". Probably vinyl and cassette only.

Shot In The Dark
12" single, 1985, Epic / CBS
12" single with "Shot In The Dark", "Killer of Giants", and "Rock 'n' Roll Rebel"

The Other Side Of Ozzy
12" EP, 1985, CBS Japan
Japanese only release containing 10 rare B-sides from 1980 to 1984, including "You Looking At Me - Remix", and One Up the 'B' Side". Probably vinyl only.

The Ultimate Sin
album, 1986, Epic (Europe and possibly world wide)

The Ultimate Sin
album, 1986, CBS Associated (US)
Reissued with 22-bit remastering.

Band: Ozzy Osbourne (vocals); Jake E. Lee (guitar); Mike Moran (keyboards); Phil Soussan (bass); Randy Castillo (drums).

Shot in the Dark
7" single, 1986, Epic
Additional track is "Rock 'n' Roll Rebel". Packaged in a poster bag. Dutch version also available, but with no poster bag. Not available in the US.

Shot in the Dark
7" single, 1986, CBS Associated
Additional track is "You Said It All" (Live - from Mr. Crowley picture disc).

Shot in the Dark
7" single, 1986, CBS Associated
White label promo. Additional track is "You Said It All" (Live - from Mr. Crowley picture disc).

Shot in the Dark
7" single, 1986/87, CBS Associated / Sony
Additional track is "Crazy Train". Reissued by Collectable Records.

Shot in the Dark
7" single, 1986, CBS Associated
White label promo.

Shot in the Dark
12" single, 1986, CBS Associated
Promo only.

The Ultimate Sin
7" single, 1986, Epic
Special Donnington Souvenir Single. Additional track is "Lightning Strikes"

Lightning Strikes
12" single, 1986, Epic
Promo only single with the track "Lightning Strikes" on both sides.

The Ultimate Ozzy
video cassette, 1986, CBS / FOX video
Live and video footage of one or more shows from The Ultimate Sin tour.

The Ultimate Live Ozzy
12" picture disc, 1986, CBS Associated
Live cuts from The Ultimate Ozzy video shoot. Included are "The Ultimate Sin", "Never Know Why", and "Thank God for the Bomb". Possibly US only.

Tribute
double album, 1987, Epic (Europe and possibly world wide)

Tribute
double album, 1987, CBS Associated (US)
This is the only album where Ozzy doesn't get solo billing. The album is listed as Ozzy Osbourne / Randy Rhoads. This is probably the album that was supposed to be released after Diary of a Madman. Reissued with 22-bit remastering.

Tribute Sampler
CD, 1987, Epic or CBS Associated
Selected cuts from Tribute. Promo only.

Crazy Train
7" single, 1987, Epic
** Side 1 from Tribute; side 2 from Blizzard of Ozz. Not available in the US.

Crazy Train
7" single, 1987, Epic
White label promo, "Crazy Train" from the Tribute album on both sides.

Crazy Train
12" single, 1987, Epic
Side 1 from Tribute; side 2 from Blizzard of Ozz. Not available in the US.

Close My Eyes Forever
7" single, 1987, EMI / Lisabella / Virgin
Duet with Lita Ford. Available on Lita's best of and on her album entitled Lita.

Back to Ozz
EP, 1988, Epic
Europe and Japan only. Tracks are "The Ultimate Sin", "Bark at the Moon", "Mr. Crowley", and "Diary of a Madman". Includes color poster with photos and family tree. Available in 12" vinyl and CD. The "Mr. Crowley" is the live version from the picture disc.

No Rest for the Wicked
album, 1988, CBS Associated (possibly Epic in Europe)
CD and cassette have an additional track. The track is unlisted and is called "Hero" Zakk Wylde on guitar. Reissued with 22-bit remastering.

Band: Ozzy Osbourne (vocals); Zakk Wylde (guitar); John Sinclair (keyboards); Bob Daisley (bass); Randy Castillo (drums).

Bible of Ozz
special package, 1988, CBS Associated / Sony
Japanese special release of No Rest for the Wicked. It contains the Japanese version of No Rest for the Wicked (which includes a second additional track called "The Liar"), an Ozzy Osbourne logo metal belt buckle, an Ozzy Osbourne logo patch, a Zakk Wylde name patch, and a Japanese book. The whole thing is packaged to resemble a bible. It has a thin cardboard slip cover with pictures from the album cover.

Miracle Man
12" single, 1988, Epic
12" with "Miracle Man", "The Liar", and "Crazy Babies". Possibly UK only. Not available in the US.

Miracle Man
12" shaped picture single, 1988, Epic
** 12" shaped like Ozzy's head with the crown of thorns. Additional tracks not know.

Miracle Man
7" single, 1988, Epic
Additional track is "Crazy Babies" Not available in the US.

Miracle Man
CD single, 1988, Epic
Promo only, picture CD single. Additional track is "The Liar". Possibly non-U.S.

Miracle Man
12" single, 1988, Epic
Promo single.

Crazy Babies (Crazy Mix)
12" single, 1988, CBS Associated
Promo only single.

Crazy Babies (Live)
CD single, 1988, CBS Associated
Promo-only single. The additional track, "You Said it All", is the same as the one taken from the Mr. Crowley Live EP.

Crazy Babies
7" single, 1988, Epic / CBS
One-sided Spanish promo.

Hero
12" single
Promo 12" single. Possibly import. Additional tracks are "You Said It All", "Devil's Daughter" and "Fire In The Sky".

Breaking All The Rules
CD single
Promo-only, picture CD single. Possibly import. Additional track is "Miracle Man" - Live, different version from Just Say Ozzy.

Wicked Videos
video cassette, 1988 or 1989
Video clips from No Rest for the Wicked.

Best of Ozz
CD, 1989 CBS / Sony
Japanese only compilation with songs from Blizzard of Ozz through The Ultimate Sin.

Led Clones
7" single 1988/1989, Virgin / Capitol
Additional track is "Speak For Yourself". Ozzy sings lead on "Led Clones" and backup on "Speak For Yourself". Both songs are from Gary Moore's album After the War.

Speak For Yourself
one song, 1988/1989, Virgin / Capitol
Sings backup/harmony for this song from Gary Moore's album After the War. Also available as the B-side to the Led Clones 7" single.

Purple Haze
one song, 1989, Mercury / PolyGram
This song appears on the Stairway to Heaven / Highway To Hell album by the Make A Difference Foundation. This all of the songs on this record were originally written by bands that have been touched by drug or alcohol problems. The band members are Zakk Wylde, Randy Castillo, and Geezer Butler.

Ten Commandments
album, 1990 Priority Records / CBS
"Limited Collector's Edition" CD and cassette only (no vinyl). This was only released for a limited time and has been out of print for quite a while.

Just Say Ozzy
ep, 1990 CBS Associated (possibly Epic in Europe)
Live ep from No Rest tour Reissued with 22-bit remastering.

Band: Ozzy Osbourne (vocals); Zakk Wylde (guitar); Geezer Butler (bass); Randy Castillo (drums).

Bombers (Can Open Bomb Bays)
one song, 1990 Chameleon Records
Sings this song on Bill Ward's solo record Ward One: Along the Way. This CD is out of print.

Jack's Land one song, 1990 Chameleon Records
** Sings this song on Bill Ward's solo record Ward One: Along the Way. This CD is out of print.

The Urpney Song
7" single, 1990 Adventure Records
Sings this song with Frank Bruno and Billy Connolly (this is the guy that played the teacher on Head of the class after Howard Hessman left). Also listed are Mike Batt and The London Philharmonic Orchestra. Additional track is "The Whirlyped Launch; Ozzy does not sing on this additional track. The song is from The Dreamstone, animated TV series for Central TV. This song is also available on the album entitled The Dreamstone. Not available in the U.S.

No More Tears
album, 1991 Epic / Sony
Japanese version has 2 additional tracks, "Party with the Animails" and "Don't Blame Me". No US vinyl. Reissued with 22-bit remastering.

Band: Ozzy Osbourne (vocals); Zakk Wylde (guitar); John Sinclair (keyboards); Bob Daisley, Michael Inez (bass); Randy Castillo (drums).

No More Tears
7" single, 1991 Epic / Sony
Additional track is S.I.N. Not available in the US.

No More Tears CD single, 1991 Epic / Sony
Special UK package. CD single in an embossed CD wallet with room for each solo studio record. Each sleeve has a different picture. Additional tracks are "S.I.N." and "Party With the Animals".

No More Tears
CD single, 1991 Epic / Sony
promo only, 1 track

Mr. Tinkertrain>br> CD single, 1991 Epic / Sony
promo only, 1 track

No More Tears
12" picture disc, 1991 Epic / Sony
Additional tracks are "S.I.N." and "Party with the Animals". Not available in the US.

No More Tears
CD single, 1991 Epic / Sony
"Maxi single" with "No More Tears", "S.I.N.", "Don't Blame Me", and "Party With The Animals".

Mama, I'm Coming Home
12" single, 1991 Epic / Sony
European single with "Mama I'm Coming Home" (Special version adapted from the No More Tears Album), "Don't Blame Me" (previously unreleased), "I Don't Know", and "Crazy Train". Not available in the US.

Mama, I'm Coming Home
7" single, 1991 Epic / Sony
Additional track is "Don't Blame Me". Possible promo-only.

Mama, I'm Coming Home
CD single, 1991 Epic / Sony
"Maxi single" with "Mama, I'm Coming Home", "Don't Blame Me", and "Party With the Animals".

Mama, I'm Coming Home
CD single, 1991 Epic / Sony
promo only, long and short version

I Don't Want to Change the World
12" single, 1991, Epic / Sony
Promo only single with "I Don't Want to Change the World", "Mama, I'm Coming Home", and "No More Tears". Probably not avaliable in the US.

Don't Blame Me
video cassette, 1991 SMV Enterprises
Mostly interview footage of Ozzy and friends talking about his career. Some rare footage, including some Randy Rhoades bits.

Therapy
one song, 1991 Epic / Sony
Sings chorus to this Infectious Grooves song. The song appears on The Plague That Makes Your Booty Move...It's The Infectious Grooves.

Hey Stoopid
one song, 1991 Epic / Sony
Sings backup on this Alice Cooper song. The song appears on the Hey Stoopid album.

Road To Nowhere
CD single, 1992 Epic / Sony
Promo only, additional track is "Party With the Animals".

Time After Time
CD single, 1992 Epic / Sony
promo only, 1 track

The No More Tears Demo Sessions
CD, 1992 Epic / Sony
Numbered, limited edition, promo-only CD of demo songs for No More Tears. Tracks are "I Don't Want to Change the World", "Mama, I'm Coming Home", "Desire", "Time After Time", "Won't Be Coming Home (S.I.N.)" "Mrs. J.", An Interview with Ozzy 5/13/92 "Mrs. J." is an acoustic piece by Zakk Wylde. All songs are basically the same as the released versions, just mixed differently with some different harmonies and solos. The exception to this is "Won't Be Coming Home". This song eventually became "S.I.N.". The back of the CD has a painting by Ozzy. The liner notes say "Any broadcast of this recording is prohibited".

Shake Your Head 12" single, 1992 Phonogram
Was (Not Was) song where Ozzy duets with Kim Basinger. May also be available on a full length Was (Not Was) release

I Ain't No Nice Guy
one song, 1992 Epic / Sony
Ozzy sings with Lemmy on this song from Motorhead's March or Die album. Also, the song "Hellraiser" (co written with Lemmy) appears here, but as done by Motorhead. Ozzy's version appears on No More Tears.

Live & Loud
double album, 1993 Epic / Sony
Live album from the No More Tours Tour. CD is "limited edition". It comes in digi-pack with speaker grill front, booklet, and 2 temporary tattoos. This is a 2 CD set. It is somewhat limited since it is now out of print at least in the US. Vinyl not available in the US. Reissued with 22-bit remastering, but in double jewel case. The original is still out of print. No tatooes in the remastered version.

Band: Ozzy Osbourne (vocals); Zakk Wilde (guitar); Kevin Jones (keyboards); Michael Inez (bass); Randy Castillo (drums).
Includes liner notes by Steffan Chirazi.

Live & Loud Sampler
CD, 1993 Epic / Sony
13 song sampler from Live & Loud. The 13th song is "Shot in the Dark" and is unlisted on the CD. Promo only.

Live & Loud
video cassette, 1993 Epic Music Video / Sony
Limited edition packaging of speaker grill similar to the CD.

Changes
CD single, 1993 Epic / Sony
Contains "Changes", "No More Tears", "Desire", "Changes (with Audience)".

Changes
12" picture disc, 1993, Epic / Sony
Tracks are the same as CD single. Not available in the US.

Changes + 2: Live and Loud Sampler
CD single, 1993 Epic / Sony
Promo only version of the above.

Iron Man
one song, 1994 Columbia / Sony
This song has Ozzy singing with Therapy? as the backing band. It appears on the Black Sabbath tribute Nativity In Black. This CD is available in a second, promo-only, 2 CD format. It is called The Bible According to Black Sabbath, Old and New Testaments. The Old Testament (first CD) is the same songs in the same order as the tribute, but as performed by Black Sabbath. The New Testament (second CD) is the actual tribute. No US vinyl.

Born to be Wild
album, 1994 Jim Henson Records / BMG
Ozzy does a "duet" with Miss Piggy on the record called Kermit Unpigged. Other artists on this disc include Vince Gill, Jimmy Buffett, and Don Henley.

Ozzmosis
album, 1995 Epic / Sony
Japanese version has an additional track "Whole World's Falling Down". Vinyl not available in the US.

Band: Ozzy Osbourne (vocals); Zakk Wylde (guitar); Rick Wakeman, Michael Beinhorn (keyboards); Geezer Butler (bass); Deen Castronovo (drums).
Recorded at Guillaume Tell Studios, Paris, France; Right Track Recording and Electric Lady Studios, New York; Bearsville Studios, Woodstock, New York.

Perry Mason
CD single, 1995 Epic / Sony
Tracks are "Perry Mason (edit)", "Perry Mason" (album version), "Living with the Enemy", "The Whole World's Falling Down". Not available in the US.

Perry Mason
CD single, 1995 Epic / Sony
Same as above, but without the album version of "Perry Mason". Part 1 of a 2 part set. Not available in the US.

Perry Mason
CD single, 1995 Epic / Sony
Tracks are "Perry Mason" (album version), "No More Tears", "I Don't Want to Change the World", "Flying High Again". Not available in the US. Part 2 of a 2 part set.

Perry Mason
7" picture disc, 1995 Epic / Sony
Tracks are "Perry Mason" (edit), "Living With the Enemy". Limited edition numbered picture disc. Not available in the US.

Perry Mason
CD single, 1995 Epic / Sony
Promo only, "Perry Mason" (edit), "Perry Mason" (album version).

4 From Ozzmosis
CD EP, 1995 Epic / Sony
UK promo. Tracks are "Thunder Underground", "Perry Mason", "Tomorrow", and "I Just Want You".

Ozzatory Pt. 1 / Hard & Melodious Side
CD EP, 199? Epic / Sony
Japan-only promo. 13 tracks.

Ozzatory Pt. 2 / Ballad & Melodious Side
CD EP, 199? Epic / Sony
Japan-only promo. 8 tracks.

The Ballads of Ozz
CD EP, 1995 Epic / Sony
German promo. Tracks are "See You on the Other Side", "Ghost Behind My Eyes", "I Just Want You", and "Old L.A. Tonight".

See You on the Other Side
CD single, 1996 Epic / Sony
Tracks are "See You on the Other Side" (edit), "See You on the Other Side" (album version), "Voodoo Dancer", "Aimee". Not available in the US.

See You on the Other Side
CD single, 1996, Epic / Sony
Japanese release. Tracks are "See You on the Other Side" (short version), "Voodoo Dancer", "Living With the Enemy", "Perry Mason" (edit). Not available in the US.

See You on the Other Side
CD single, 1996 Epic / Sony
Promo only. "See You on the Other Side" (long version), "See You on the Other Side" (short version)

I Just Want You
CD single, 1996 Epic / Sony
One of a two part set. Tracks are "I Just Want You" (Single Edit), "Aimee", and "Mama, I'm Coming Home". Not available in the US.

I Just Want You
CD single, 1996 Epic / Sony
One of a two part set. Tracks are "I Just Want You" (Single Edit), "Voodoo Dancer" (Rough Demo), and "Iron Man" with Therapy?. Iron Man is the version from the Nativity in Black tribute album. Not available in the US.

I Just Want You
12" single, 1996 Epic / Sony
Tracks are "I Just Want You" (Album Version), "Aimee" (Rough Demo), and "Voodoo Dancer" (Rough Demo). All three tracks are on one side. The other side has an etched "Best Wishes Ozzy Osbourne" in Ozzy's own "handwriting". There is also a little Ozzy sketch. Not available in the US.

I Just Want You
CD single, 1996 Epic / Sony
Promo-only one-track single.

Headless Dove
bootleg CD, 1996, Metalheadz
This bootleg CD contains three Ozzmosis era songs: "Tears for You", "Back on Earth" and "Where Rain Falls". The cover shows a picture of Ozzy looking upwards at a half dozen flying doves with no heads. The front picture is in blue, the rear is a black and white logo which simply reads 'Ozzy Osbourne'. The CD originated from Toronto, Ontario but the store was raided by police and they no longer carry boots of any kind. The CD remains very rare.

Walk On Water
one song, 1996 Famous Music Corporation / EMI Virgin Music Inc. / Alamo Music Corp. / Testatyme Music
Song from the movie soundtrack for Beavis and Butt-Head Do America. Produced by, of all people, Moby. Joe Holmes, ex Lizzy Borden, joins on guitar.

Walk On Water
CD single, 1996 Famous Music Corporation / EMI Virgin Music Inc. / Alamo Music Corp. / Testatyme Music Promo-only one track single.

Pictures Of Matchstick Men
one song, 1997
Performs this song with Type-O Negative for the soundtrack to Howard Stern's movie, Private Parts.

The Ozzman Cometh
album/Epic 1997
The Ozzman Cometh is a single CD collection of hits, previously unavailable recordings and one new track. Contains unreleased versions of "Black Sabbath" and "War Pigs", the latter having different lyrics. Also contains the song "Down to Earth", which was a song left over from "Ozzmosis". The album was released soon after with a second disk, containing the Sabbath songs "Fairies Wear Boots" and "Behind the Wall of Sleep". Plus it ends with a seventeen minute interview with Ozzy from 1988, where he speaks frankly about the ups and downs in his career.

Includes: Ozzy Osbourne (vocals); Tony Iommi, Randy Rhoads, Zakk Wylde, Jake E. Lee (guitar); John Sinclair, Kevin Jones, Rick Wakeman, Michael Beinhorn (keyboards); Geezer Butler, Bob Daisley, Rudy Sarzo, Bill Susan, Mike Inez (bass); Bill Ward, Lee Kerslake, Tommy Aldridge, Randy Castillo (drums).
Producers include: Ozzy Osbourne, Randy Rhoads, Max Norman, Ron Nevison, Michael Beinhorn

Diary Of A Madman/Bark At The Moon/The Ultimate Sin
album/Epic 1998
Originally released as three separate albums, Diary of a Madman, Bark at the Moon and The Ultimate Sin. . All albums have been digitally remastered.

97.7 FM Interview Disc
Interview disk/Griffin Music 1999
A disk with 3 Ozzy interviews, dates are November 3, 1992; October 1995; and November 1997

Ozz Talk
2001/Rockview
No info. on this album

Down to Earth
2001/Epic
Album was also released with footage of Ozzy w/ Randy Rhoads

Band: Ozzy Osbourne (vocals); Tim Palmer (acoustic & electric guitars, keyboards, drums, background vocals); Zakk Wylde, Danny Saber (guitar); Michael Railo (keyboards, background vocals); Robert Trujillo (bass); Mike Bordin (drums).

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