Music Genre: Heavy Metal
The album: "ALCATRAZZ - Dangerous Games" was produced by: Richie Podolor
Bill Cooper - Sound Engineer
Mike Reese - Mastering Engineer
Ray Kahara - Art Direction
Tommy Steele - Design
Manuel Nuñes - Illustration
Record Label: Capitol 1A 064 24 0592 Record Format: 12" LP Vinyl Stereo Gramophone Record Total Album (Cover+Record) weight: 230 gram
Year & Country 1986 Made in Netherlands
Personnel/Band Members and Musicians on: ALCATRAZZ - Dangerous Games
Band-members, Musicians and Performers
- Graham Bonnet - vocals
Graham Bonnet an English rock singer and songwriter. He has recorded and performed as a solo artist and as a member of several hard rock and heavy metal bands including: The Marbles, Rainbow, Alcatrazz, Impellitteri, Michael Schenker Group, Southern Comfort, The Blue Sect, The Graham Bonnet Set, The Party Boys.
- Danny Johnson - guitar, backing vocals
- Gary Shea - bass
- Jan Uvena - drums, percussion, backing vocals
- Jimmy Waldo - keyboards, backing vocals
Complete Track-listing of the album "ALCATRAZZ - Dangerous Games"
Track-listing Side One:
- "It's My Life" (Carl D'Erico, Roger Atkins) - 4:10
- "Undercover" (Danny Johnson, Jimmy Waldo, Jo Eime, Graham Bonnet) - 3:41
- "That Ain't Nothin'" (Johnson, Waldo, Eime, Bonnet, Gary Shea, Jan Uvena) - 3:53
- "No Imagination" (Eime, Bonnet) - 3:16
- "Ohayo Tokyo" (Eime, Bonnet) - 2:59
Track-listing Side Two:
- "Dangerous Games" (Johnson) - 3:26
- "Blue Boar" (Johnson, Waldo, Eime, Bonnet) - 3:14
- "Only One Woman" (Barry Gibb, Maurice Gibb, Robin Gibb) - 3:43 (The Marbles cover)
- "The Witchwood" (Johnson, Waldo, Eime, Bonnet) - 4:00
- "Double Man" (Johnson, Waldo, Eime, Bonnet, Shea, Uvena) - 4:30
- "Night of the Shooting Star" (Eime, Bonnet) - 1:04
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