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* TheRockStar: DT, obviously.
* RockstarSong: "Jesus Saves" tells the story of DT's career as a rock star.


'''Streets: A Rock Opera''' is a 1991 album by Music/{{Savatage}}, the first of three [[RockOpera Rock Operas]], and the final album featuring Jon Oliva as lead vocals with his brother Criss on guitar. It is more commonly known as simply ''Streets''.

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'''Streets: ''Streets: A Rock Opera''' Opera'' is a 1991 album by Music/{{Savatage}}, the first of three [[RockOpera Rock Operas]], and the final album featuring Jon Oliva as lead vocals with his brother Criss on guitar. It is more commonly known as simply ''Streets''.


* CherubicChoir: "Streets" begins with a children's chorus singing from [[WolfgangAmadeusMozart Mozart]]'s ''Theatre/TheMagicFlute''.
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* CherubicChoir: "Streets" begins with a children's chorus singing from [[WolfgangAmadeusMozart [[Music/WolfgangAmadeusMozart Mozart]]'s ''Theatre/TheMagicFlute''.
* ConceptAlbumConceptAlbum: See the description in the intro to this article.

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* AlbumSingle: "Jesus Saves"


* ExecutiveMeddling: The subtitle "A Rock Opera" was forced onto the album by the label.



* MissingEpisode: A number of tracks meant to be on the aborted double CD ended up being released on other albums or cannibalized into different songs. Among them:
** "When the Crowds Are Gone", released on their preceeding album ''Gutter Ballet''.
** "DT Jesus", later released on the ''From The Gutter to the Stage'' compilation.
** "Desiree", released on a later re-release of ''Streets''.
** "Stay", an accoustic version was released with ''Music/TheWakeOfMagellan''.
** "Tonight I Would Be King" and "Sanctuary" were both dropped.
** "Larry Elbows" and "Beyond Broadway" were both written into songs for Music/JonOlivasPain.

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''Streets: A Rock Opera'' is a 1991 album by Music/{{Savatage}}, the first of three [[RockOpera Rock Operas]], and the final album featuring Jon Oliva as lead vocals with his brother Criss on guitar. It is more commonly known as simply ''Streets''.

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''Streets: '''Streets: A Rock Opera'' Opera''' is a 1991 album by Music/{{Savatage}}, the first of three [[RockOpera Rock Operas]], and the final album featuring Jon Oliva as lead vocals with his brother Criss on guitar. It is more commonly known as simply ''Streets''.



!! This album features examples of:

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!! This album features examples of:
Tracklist:
# "Streets" (6:48)
# "Jesus Saves" (5:13)
# "Tonight He Grins Again" (3:28)
# "Strange Reality" (4:56)
# "A Little Too Far" (3:25)
# "You're Alive" (1:51)
# "Sammy and Tex" (3:07)
# "St. Patrick's" (4:17)
# "Can You Hear Me Now?" (5:11)
# "New York City Don't Mean Nothing" (4:01)
# "Ghost in the Ruins" (5:32)
# "If I Go Away" (5:17)
# "Agony and Ecstasy" (3:33)
# "Heal My Soul" (2:35)
# "Somewhere in Time" (3:17)
# "Believe" (5:42)

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* JesusSaves: Title of both a song on the album and a catch phrase.


* {{Biography}}: Subverted. It was ''not'' meant to be Jon Oliva's autobiography, especially given that O'Niell first wrote the play in 1979. It 'does'' have an uncanny resemblance to what Jon had struggled with in the past.

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* {{Biography}}: Subverted. It was ''not'' meant to be Jon Oliva's autobiography, especially given that O'Niell first wrote the play in 1979. It 'does'' ''does'' have an uncanny resemblance to what Jon had struggled with in the past.


** "Larry Elbows" and "Beyond Broadway" were both written into songs for JonOlivasPain.

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** "Larry Elbows" and "Beyond Broadway" were both written into songs for JonOlivasPain.Music/JonOlivasPain.

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** "Stay", an accoustic version was released with ''TheWakeOfMagellan''.

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** "Stay", an accoustic version was released with ''TheWakeOfMagellan''.''Music/TheWakeOfMagellan''.


* CherubicChoir: "Streets" begins with a children's chorus singing from [[WolfgangAmadeusMozart Mozart]]'s ''TheMagicFlute''.

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* CherubicChoir: "Streets" begins with a children's chorus singing from [[WolfgangAmadeusMozart Mozart]]'s ''TheMagicFlute''.''Theatre/TheMagicFlute''.


''Streets: A Rock Opera'' is a 1991 album by {{Savatage}}, the first of three [[RockOpera Rock Operas]], and the final album featuring Jon Oliva as lead vocals with his brother Criss on guitar. It is more commonly known as simply ''Streets''.

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''Streets: A Rock Opera'' is a 1991 album by {{Savatage}}, Music/{{Savatage}}, the first of three [[RockOpera Rock Operas]], and the final album featuring Jon Oliva as lead vocals with his brother Criss on guitar. It is more commonly known as simply ''Streets''.

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