Dangerous Toys

Dangerous Toys

4.0 1
by Dangerous Toys
     
 

View All Available Formats & Editions

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,…  See more details below

Overview

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.

Product Details

Release Date:
02/01/2008
Label:
Sbme Special Mkts.
UPC:
0886972386522
catalogNumber:
723865
Rank:
24011

Related Subjects

Tracks

Read More

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Dangerous Toys   Primary Artist
Paolo Salvatore   Background Vocals
Danny Aaron   Guitar,Vocals
Scott Dalhover   Guitar
Mark Geary   Percussion,Drums,Multi Instruments
Jason McMaster   Vocals
Waste O' Skin Choir   Vocals,Group
Mike Watson   Bass,Guitar,Bass Guitar,Vocals

Technical Credits

Roy Thomas Baker   Producer
Tim Baldwin   Engineer
Bob Ludwig   Mastering
Max Norman   Producer,Engineer
Illusion Factory   Artwork,Art Direction
Tommy Pons   Artwork,Illustrations

Read More

Customer Reviews

Average Review:

Write a Review

and post it to your social network

     

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

See all customer reviews >

Dangerous Toys 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This album is one of the best out of the 'hair' metal genres of the 80's. It never got the recognition it deserved. A treasure for any 80's metal fan to uncover. I liked all tracks from this self titled album.