(9 23959-1 B)
released 1983 by Warner Bros. Records USA.
Warner Bros. Records - vinyl EP - 9 23959-1 B
Germany : Warner Bros. Records - vinyl EP - 92-3959-1
Japan : Warner Bros. Records - vinyl EP
USA : Gnarly Geezer Records - compact disc -
none (CD reissue 2001)
USA : Globe Music Media Arts - compact disc -
GMMA 2100-2 (CD reissue 2002)
Japan : Belle Antique / Warner Music Japan - compact disc -
1-23959 (CD reissue 2009)
Allan Holdsworth (guitars)
Mark St. John (does not play un-credited additional guitars; see extra notes)
Paul Williams (lead vocals on track 02)
Jack Bruce (lead vocals on track
05 and 06)
Jeff Berlin (bass)
Chad Wackerman (drums)
Joe Turano (backing vocals)
Paul Korda (backing vocals)
Paul Williams (backing vocals)
Executive-Producer : Ted Templeman
Track 01, 02 and 04 produced by Allan Holdsworth.
Track 01, 02 and 04 mixed by Robert Feist.
Track 03, 05 and 06 mixed by Mark Linett.
Recorded and Mixed at Music Grinder Studios.
Mixed at Amigo Studios.
Engineers : Gary Skardina, Jeff Silver, Jeremy Smith, Robert
Mastered by John Matousekat at Motown Record Corporation.
(Thanks to Ole Sørensen)
In a 1984 article of French Force magazine it's mentioned that
Mark St. John played
un-credited guitars on Allan Holdsworth "Road Games" EP.
Years later it's confirmed that Mark St. John was in the studio with Allan Holdsworth.
September 20, 2021 Eddie Coralnick clarified that Mark St. John
does not play on Allan Holdsworth's "Roadgames" album, despite
rumors among Kiss fans.
Mark St. John did bring a Strobotuner and other tools and tuned
and set up all the guitars including bass guitar. Eddie
Coralnick managed both Allan Holdsworth and Mark St. John at the
time and was present during the recordings.
Once again, all this information comes courtesy of the utterly
amazing Shane Bankston.