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Artist: Alcatrazz

Title: Dangerous Games

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Alcatrazz Dangerous Games Album Cover


Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1986

Label: Capitol (Japan)

Catalog Number: TOCP-6854


Graham Bonnet vocals, backing vocals
Danny Johnson guitars, backing vocals
Gary Shea bass
Jimmy Waldo keyboards, backing vocals
Jan Uvena drums, percussion, backing vocals

Reissued in 2011 with bonus tracks Recorded live at The Country Club, Reseda, California, 1984


1.  It's My Life  4:12
2.  Undercover  3:42
3.  That Ain't Nothin'  3:54
4.  No Imagination  3:17
5.  Ohayo Tokyo  2:59
6.  Dangerous Games  3:26
7.  Blue Boar  3:15
8.  Only One Woman  3:44
9.  The Witchwood  4:02
10.  Double Man  4:33
11.  Night of the Shooting Star  1:04
12.  Too Young to Die, Too Drunk to Live live bonus track  4:47
13.  General Hospital live bonus track  4:12
14.  Kree Nakoorie live bonus track  6:53
15.  Island in the Sun live bonus track  4:10
16.  Since You've Been Gone live bonus track  3:33  Cover: Rainbow
17.  Hiroshima Mon Amour live bonus track  4:13
18.  Suffer Me live bonus track  4:52
19.  Desert Song live bonus track  5:10
20.  Jet To Jet live bonus track  5:10
Total Running Time:  81:08

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Existing comments about this CD

From: arrecife@vtr.ne Date: September 10, 2001 at 19:32
grahan bonnet you are the best singer of rock and roll over...your music its great...msg, rainbow & alcatrazz music never die... ílong live grahan roll!

From: Dario Eberhardt Date: November 8, 2001 at 11:03
This album is the best of Alcatrazz.I'am Argentino. I fan of Deep Purple.

From: Angelo Crespo Date: May 21, 2002 at 7:21
Definitely one of the most underrated bands ever! This and "Disturbing The Peace" are my two all time favorite rock albums ever. "No Parole" was good but Yngwie killed a lot of the melody with his pompous noodling. Long Live Graham Bonnet!!!!!

From: B. CASARIN -MEX Date: September 6, 2002 at 23:45
disco retro en los 50┤s, melodico y soberbio 85/100

From: jarett r. Date: December 13, 2002 at 22:40

From: Gar Date: January 17, 2003 at 21:16
Awesome cover of the Animals' "It's My Life". Gotta feel a little bit sorry for Danny Johnson. He had to fill the void left by Vai and Yngwie! This album is more keyboard heavy than their previous ones. Songs are strong, particularly "Blue Boar" and "The Witchwood". Too bad this was their last album.

From: Mauricio Date: March 16, 2003 at 14:52
This is the worst album from Alcatrazz.

From: Rob Babcock Date: May 10, 2004 at 22:28
This one is a true work of genius, IMOHO. One of my very favorites from the 80's. Graham Bonnet is truly one of the most gifted vocalists of the genre, and while Dangerous Games is a bit poppier than other Alcatrazz albums, it boasts the strongest songs. I'd rate it as being on even footing with the brilliant CD he recorded with Impelliteri (Stand In Line). Highly recommended, if you can find a copy.

From: Date: May 23, 2004 at 17:53
Yes JARETT R, argentino = Argentinian. I'm from Argentina too. Hard Rock!!!!!!! jk_803@hotmail.com

From: STARYDER1 Date: August 10, 2004 at 23:48

From: Propane Date: December 1, 2004 at 10:37
A rather disappointing outing for Graham. Personnel changes can sometimes hurt.

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: February 17, 2006 at 11:15
Uhhh Good Hard Rock album, Alcatrazz siempre fueron considerados casi como una banda de culto, personalmente no creo que fueran tanto los 2 primeros albums estan Ok pero ahi mas destacaban ese par de grandes guitarristas y tenian mas un aura de ese sonido epico que le caracteriza mas el rubio, ahora en mi gusto personal mas me va este disco ya que es mas como un trabajo de equipo y quiza por ser del 86 y mas en momentos demostrando su lado AOR(en momentos) caso de Undercover buena banda 7/10

From: Japangea Date: April 3, 2009 at 4:36
Mucically "No Papole From R&R" is very Rainbow-ish."Disturbing The Peace" is Steve Vai-ish.This 3rd album can be on the right direction if you think "Line Up" is Graham's one of best efforts in all era.He does not need any super guitar hero like Blackmore,Schenker,Malmsteen,Impellitteri or Vai.

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