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Dangerous Toys 5/9/1989

Review

With their self-titled debut album, Dangerous Toys found themselves in regular rotation on MTV. At the time their Southern rock-influenced metal was noticeably different from the hair metal dominating MTV's Headbangers Ball. The album contains such memorable, and somewhat laughable tracks as "Take Me Drunk," "Feels Like a Hammer," "Sportin' a Woody," plus their breakthrough hit "Teas'n, Pleas'n." Despite the band's enduring reputation as a cult favorite, the album has a very corporate rock feel. The fact that Jason McMaster sounds like Axl Rose only furthers this idea. Still, this CD fares better than most from the genre at the time. ~ Curtis Zimmermann
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Teas'n, Pleas'n Dangerous Toys 3:11
  3. 2 Scared Dangerous Toys 4:0
  4. 3 Bones in the Gutter Dangerous Toys 3:25
  5. 4 Take Me Drunk Dangerous Toys 3:56
  6. 5 Feels Like a Hammer Dangerous Toys 4:8
  7. 6 Sport'n a Woody Dangerous Toys 3:28
  8. 7 Queen of the Nile Dangerous Toys 3:26
  9. 8 Outlaw Dangerous Toys 3:20
  10. 9 Here Comes Trouble Dangerous Toys 3:19
  11. 10 Ten Boots (Stompin') Dangerous Toys 3:11
  12. 11 That Dog Dangerous Toys 3:25

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