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.