Disturbing The Peace (Reissue)


The "Disturbing The Peace" album was originally released in 1985, now receiving the honors from […]
By Katarzyna Zakolska
November 28, 2013
Alcatrazz - Disturbing The Peace (Reissue) album cover

The "Disturbing The Peace" album was originally released in 1985, now receiving the honors from Metal Mind Productions with a re-release.

"Mercy" presented a margin of strong riffs with a twist of JUDAS PRIEST and BLACK SABBATH that are easy to connect with, Steve Vai's amazing guitar solos, Hammond type Keyboards. "Desert Diamond" portrays profound acoustic guitaring with passionate soloing, and alongside Bonnet's singing, this number is perfect. "Wire And Wood" is characterized by an energetic rhythms and immensely lively guitars and a diverse style with a singing patterns that will let you have PINK FLOYD echoes. "Skyfyre" is an enthusiastic and commanding scorcher, enticing with amazing keyboards, same with "Painted Lover" that displays hard rocking guitars with several ASIA resonances. BLACK SABBATH style and Hammond organ laying down the law on "Breaking The Heart Of The City". "Sons And Lovers" celebrating Rock N' Roll in high level following with the an early QUEEN vibe. Worth to listen are: "Will You Be Home Tonight" with vivacious bass work and flawless keyboards' display, fast pace generating an IRON MAIDEN vibe on "Stripper", spectacular melodic singing of "God Blessed Video" and the instrumental "Lighter Shade Of Green" showing an amazing prospect.

"Disturbing The Peace" is yet another magnificent Hard Rock / Heavy Metal performance, a true gemstone that will be an addition to your collection.

8 / 10


"Disturbing The Peace (Reissue)" Track-listing:

1. God Blessed Video
2. Mercy
3. Will You Be Home Tonight
4. Wire And Wood
5. Desert Diamond
6. Stripper
7. Painted Lover
8. Lighter Shade Of Green (Instrumental)
9. Sons And Lovers
10. Skyfyre
11. Breaking The Heart Of The City
12. General Hospital (Live at The Country Club, Reseda)
13. Kree Nakoorie (Live at The Country Club, Reseda)
14. Koujou No Tsuki (Live In Tokyo)

Alcatrazz Lineup:

Steve Vai - Guitars
Graham Bonnet - Vocals
Gary Shea - Bass
Jan Uvena - Drums
Jimmy Waldo - Keyboards

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