Disturbing the Peace remastered, reissued??

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ALCATRAZ Disturbing The Peace (2007 issue UK 11-track digitally remastered CD album [originally released in 1985] from the band who featured the talents of ex-Rainbow and Marbles singer Graham Bonnet as well as acclaimed rock guitarist Steve Vai, presented in a picture slipcase complete with extensive sleevenotes).
[released 02 July 2007]

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Alcatraz,Disturbing The Peace,UK,CD ALBUM,405291
Tracklisting / Additional Info:
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
9. Sons And Lovers
10. Skyfire
11. Breaking The Heart Of The City
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Release date: Monday 2 July 2007
Year of Release: 2007
Artist: Alcatraz (click here for complete listing)
Title: Disturbing The Peace (click here for more of the same title)
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Format: CD ALBUM
Record Label: BGO Records
Catalogue No: BGOCD763
Country of Origin: UK [Comes from 'UNITED KINGDOM']
Language: Regardless of country of origin all tracks are sung in English, unless otherwise stated in our description.
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litlgrnman
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Sweet! I wouldn't mind seeing this done for Skyscraper and Eat em' too.
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I'm a bit confused here.

Steve already re-released this album in remastered format in the Secret Jewel Box a few years back.

Is this 2007 release the same master, or is it another 'new' remaster ?

If this is so, how could have it been done since Steve owns the master tape (or does he not) ?
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litlgrnman wrote:Sweet! I wouldn't mind seeing this done for Skyscraper and Eat em' too.
:peace :peace :peace
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I have the original one, with the all-black cover.
Oooooh she's a stripeeeer !!!
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Rachmaninoff wrote:I have the original one, with the all-black cover.
Oooooh she's a stripeeeer !!!
me to. its totally badass! The one i have is one of thos permotional ones tho
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I just found the 2001 version on CD in a used records store today for only $7!
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mayuka
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Shy Boy wrote:I just found the 2001 version on CD in a used records store today for only $7!
u basterd lol ur so lucky
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I`ve had my japanese import version for years. Part of the booklet text is in japanese and the end of the jewel case where the album title is, is also in japanese. Because of this it`s rather easy to recognize it from the CD shelf :P
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I have this in vinyl. I bought it right when it came out in 1985 and it is still in near-mint condition. Then, 19 years later, Steve was nice enough to sign it for me at a post show Meet and Greet. Silver sharpie on the black cover looks fantastic.
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PSD wrote:I have this in vinyl. I bought it right when it came out in 1985 and it is still in near-mint condition. Then, 19 years later, Steve was nice enough to sign it for me at a post show Meet and Greet. Silver sharpie on the black cover looks fantastic.
You think you are so cool P!! :) You know he signed my Cassette case back in the day too..

See ya at Westbury bro.. Call me.

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Any answer to the question of whether or not this is a 'new' master of the disc or not? I think that is the most important question, because I already have the Jewel Box.
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