Unfortunately, it's the last Ozzy Osbourne album worth owning. There are some good songs here. Perry Mason, Thunder Underground, and My Jekyll Doesn't Hide are all great, crunching stompers, and Denial and Tomorrow are pretty good too. But this album really suffers from being too soft. Most of the album is half heavy/half soft power ballads, really! Seriously, the tracklist goes like this: Heavy, power ballad, power ballad, heavy, power ballad, kinda heavy, power ballad, power ballad, heavy, ballad. Ozzy was obviously going for a more modern approach here, and overall I don't know if it really worked out for him.