Disturbing the Peace


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. Skyfire
11. Breaking the Heart of the City

Line up:

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

Record Label / Year of Release:

Capitol Records 1984


Disturbing the Peace is the second studio album by Alcatrazz, and is the only one featuring Steve Vai on guitar. One of the singles, God Blessed Video, can be found on the fictional radio station, V-Rock, on Grand Theft Auto: Vice City. Weeks on Chart: 7, Peak: #133. The album was re-released in 2001 as part of Steve Vai's Secret Jewel Box.

Re-released in 2011 as 2cd by The Store For Music with new artwork & live bonus cd:

Disc 2 – Bonus live album

1. Opening
2. Breaking The Heart Of The City
3. Jet To Jet
4. Skyfire
5. Sons And Lovers
6. Hiroshima Mon Amour
7. God Blessed Video
8. Will You Be Home Tonight
9. Kree Nakoorie
10. Since You’ve Been Gone
11. Painted Lover
12. Suffer Me
13. Stripper
14. Too Young To Die, Too Drunk To Live
15. Kojo No Tuki (The Moon Over The Lake)
16. Night Games
17. All Night Long

Recorded October 10, 1984, at Shinjuku Koseinenkin-Kaikan, Tokyo, Japan

Re-Issue in 2016 by Cherry Red Records as 2 Disc Deluxe Edition CD/DVD

Includes DVD of the Live at Shinjuku Kousei Nenkin Kaikan in Tokyo, Japan recorded October 10, 1984.