After seeing Ozzy on the Theatre of Madness tour in 1992, I looked forward to this release with quite a bit of anticipation, considering that my concert experience with Ozzy translated into one of the alltime best. I had not expected this as I had seen plenty of concert footage plus owning his first VHS release, The Ultimate Ozzy (to this day I think he walks back and forth on that stage as if he has to take a dump the whole time and can't push it.) But in 1992, Ozzy was re-born, he had undergone an incredible transformation physically. All members of the band were incredible players and performers to boot, culiminating in incredible energy and power...all without the aid of impressive lighting or or so much as a sparkler for pyro.
Unfortunately, this particular release is not a document of what I witnessed. As others have reviewed...it jumps around between three different concerts at different points in the tour. I do see that one of the shows used does capture the Ozzy I witnessed, but most of the shots capture Ozzy trying way too hard, obviously self concious of the fact that the show was being filmed (the show I'm referring to has Ozzy with his hair tied back ala the No More Tears video. He just doesn't seem to be behaving as he normally would on stage in those shots.) Finally, of course what you are hearing isn't actually what you are seeing obviously. It just doesn't work.
The song list alone is nothing to complain about, but you're best left to turning off the picture and just listening if you want to relive the experience. It's truly a shame as all that really needed to be done was film one show straight ahead. It seems so few in the industry realize the true goal of a concert video should always be to capture it as it is experienced, not attempt to embellish it MTV music video style.