Alcatrazz

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Dangerous Games
New - LP - ST 12477
Sealed 1986 Original With Gold Promo Stamp On Front Jacket. Features The Vocals Of Graham Bonnet And The Guitar Work Of Danny Johnson, The Band's Third Guitarist In As Many Records. more
Disturbing The Peace
New - LP - ST 12385
Sealed 1979 Originmal. Pristine Store Stock Copy. more
Live Sentence
New - LP - Slam 12
Sealed 1989 Vinyl, COH. Previousy Released In 1984 On Rocshire Records, This Live Release (Recorded In Japan In 1984) Has The Distinction Of Introducing Yngvie Malmsteen To A World Then Hungry For Waves Of Shredding Guitar. Likewise, It Was Also More Or Less The Last Band Ex-Rainbow Vocalist Graham Bonnet Would Front. more
Live Sentence
Used - LP - XR 22020
1984 White Label Promo Housed In A Pre-Release "Alcatrazz Live" White Jacket With Die-Cut Center. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. Cut Corner. more
No Parole From Rock 'N Roll
Used - LP - XR22 016
1983 Original With Custom Insert. Some Rubbing Along Seams, Hence Price. “Though Blessed With A Potent Voice, Alcatrazz Leader (And Purported Star) Graham Bonnet Was Heavily Dependent On The Songwriting Skills Of His Cohorts. Each Album Is Therefore A Reflection Of The Particular Guitarist Involved, Resulting In A Stylistic Inconsistency That Failed To Attract A Loyal Following For The Band. As Such, Their 1983 Debut No Parole From Rock'n'Roll Sounds A Lot Like Guitarist Yngwie J. Malmsteen's Later Solo Albums. Still, This Is An Excellent Record, Successfully Fusing Bonnet's Tuneful Screaming, Jimmy Waldo's Tasteful Rainbow-Derived Keyboard Textures, And Malmsteen's Blinding Dexterity And Speed. The Nearly Perfect "Island In The Sun" Is The Album's Absolute High Point, And It's A Wonder The Song Didn't Become A Huge Hit. And While "Jet To Jet" Sounds Like Little More Than A Rainbow Outtake, The Epic "Kree Nakoorie" Showcases Malmsteen And Waldo At Their Best. Other Highlights Include The Amusing "Too Young To Die, Too Drunk To Live" And "Bigfoot," With Its Scorching Malmsteen Riff. In Short, A Fine Record That Any Hard Rock Enthusiast Will Appreciate.” - Eduardo Rivadavia, AMG more
No Parole From Rock 'N Roll
Used - LP - 28MM 0320
Beautiful Japanese Pressing With Obi And Insert. “Though Blessed With A Potent Voice, Alcatrazz Leader (And Purported Star) Graham Bonnet Was Heavily Dependent On The Songwriting Skills Of His Cohorts. Each Album Is Therefore A Reflection Of The Particular Guitarist Involved, Resulting In A Stylistic Inconsistency That Failed To Attract A Loyal Following For The Band. As Such, Their 1983 Debut No Parole From Rock'n'Roll Sounds A Lot Like Guitarist Yngwie J. Malmsteen's Later Solo Albums. Still, This Is An Excellent Record, Successfully Fusing Bonnet's Tuneful Screaming, Jimmy Waldo's Tasteful Rainbow-Derived Keyboard Textures, And Malmsteen's Blinding Dexterity And Speed. The Nearly Perfect "Island In The Sun" Is The Album's Absolute High Point, And It's A Wonder The Song Didn't Become A Huge Hit. And While "Jet To Jet" Sounds Like Little More Than A Rainbow Outtake, The Epic "Kree Nakoorie" Showcases Malmsteen And Waldo At Their Best. Other Highlights Include The Amusing "Too Young To Die, Too Drunk To Live" And "Bigfoot," With Its Scorching Malmsteen Riff. In Short, A Fine Record That Any Hard Rock Enthusiast Will Appreciate.” - Eduardo Rivadavia, AMG more

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