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Mercy - Alcatrazz - Disturbing The Peace - Dangerous Games (CD, Album)


Download Mercy - Alcatrazz - Disturbing The Peace - Dangerous Games (CD, Album)
2010
Label: The Store For Music - SFMTFCD013 • Format: 2x, CD Album, Compilation, Reissue • Genre: Rock • Style: Hard Rock, Heavy Metal


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  1. I was somewhat surprised to find these 2 albums together and what a bargain that was! I was searching initially for "disturbing the peace" for a shelf companion to my sole Alcatrazz CD "no parole from rock n roll" which was also elusive to find anywhere here downunda! for those of you who werent aware, Graham Bonnet is a former singer in Richie Blackmore's Rainbow, another future axe hero 4/4(3).
  2. AllMusic Review by Eduardo Rivadavia. Confirming vocalist and leader Graham Bonnet 's lack of personality, Alcatrazz 's second album has more in common with guitarist Steve Vai 's next project (David Lee Roth 's first solo album) than with the band's previous work. Released in , Disturbing the Peace is a lifeless and uninspired affair that also displayed Vai's own limitations as a principal 3/
  3. As this is intentionally Alcatrazz's least ostentatious output, the album acquires an understated appeal and modesty otherwise lacking in its predecessors. Unlike No Parole which instantly fascinated and enthralled the listener, Dangerous Games is a less immediate album which requires patience and several listenings to be fully appreciated.4/5(33).
  4. Alcatrazz Disturbing the Peace If you're looking for the Rainbow influence on this album you will be disappointed. Disturbing the Peace sure doesn't sound like Rainbow, but there are some good songs. My personal favorites are "Will You Be Home Tonight", and "Mercy". I think when Steve Vai did this album he was in his twenties/5(64).
  5. After taking it in the teeth from two of the '80s greatest young guitar heroes, Yngwie Malmsteen and Steve Vai (both of whom performed on but one Alcatrazz album each, before abandoning ship for greater solo glory), vocalist Graham Bonnett decided to anchor 's Dangerous Games to a slightly less gifted, but much better traveled guitar wiz in the plainly named Danny Johnson (ex-Rick 4/
  6. Alcatrazz - Disturbing The Peace (Album) Alcatrazz - Disturbing The Peace - Dangerous Games ‎ (2xCD, Album, Comp, RE) The Store For Music: SFMTFCD Alcatrazz: Alcatrazz - Live Sentence - No Parole From Rock 'n' Roll ‎ (CD, Album, RE, Dig) Icarus Music: ICARUS Argentina: Sell This Version: Instruments.
  7. Dangerous Games is the third studio album released by the American heavy metal band Alcatrazz. This album marked a drastic departure from the band's two previous albums with its heavily Japanese influenced style. This album was also the first and only appearance for new guitarist Danny Johnson who replaced Steve Vai, after he left the band to join The David Lee Roth Band in Track listing .
  8. Against the wishes of the band's management, he was replaced by Steve Vai who also left after recording the album Disturbing The Peace. The band brought in Danny Johnson to replace him, and recorded the album Dangerous Games before finally breaking up in Graham Bonnett described their sound as "The thinking man's heavy metal".

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