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Dangerous Toys CD

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1. Teas'n, Pleas'n
2. Scared
3. Bones in the Gutter
4. Take Me Drunk
5. Feels Like a Hammer
6. Sport'n a Woody
7. Queen of the Nile
8. Outlaw
9. Here Comes Trouble
10. Ten Boots (Stompin')
11. That Dog

Product Details

  • Audio CD (May 9, 1989)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: SBME SPECIAL MKTS.
  • ASIN: B0012GMWAW
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (67 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #19,803 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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27 of 30 people found the following review helpful By BAMF on September 12, 2006
Format: Audio CD
This album is awesome!!! The music is excellent, but the singing is the best. Dangerous Toys' lead singer Jason McMaster basically sings about trying to get laid, getting drunk, and committing crimes. None of the lyrics on this album are showcase worthy displays of fine literature... but what great lyrics they are. I am not one to memorize songs, but I can pretty much sing along with the entire album while driving (which distinguishes DT from most other bands). Every song is full of awesome, cheesy, ridiculous, humorous, and/or flat-out memorable content:

- "hey man, I didn't know she was your wife"

- "man I really, really think, really think that I think"

- "even though I'm trouble, kids look up to me"

- "done unreal things, you wouldn't realize...living testament that crime pays"

- "queen of the Nile, love me like an earthquake" (?????)

- "a cloud of dust, a mighty hi-ho silver - 10 boots"

- "sorry bout dem bones in the muddy gutterrrrRRRRRRRRR.....yeahhhhhhhhh"

- "sportin a woody when yur +!++!*$ fly"

...and try using the following lyrics anywhere else:

"Shahnahnahnahnahnahnahnahnahnahnahnah...nahnahnahnahnahnahnahnahnahnahnahbahbahbah...baby...baby...nahnah. nahnah. nahnah. nahnah... shoobudymamma. Shoobudymamma. Shoobudymamma. Shoobudymamma...nahnah. Nahnah. Nahnah. Nahnah...gyehh gyehh gyehhyeahyeahyeahyeahhhhhh!!!!!!!!!!!"
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on March 25, 2005
Format: Audio CD
I am a big fan of loud'n gritty rock'n roll. My fav bands are these guys, Guns'n Roses, AC/DC, Silvertide, and Aerosmith. They are all loud and dirty and dont spend time on useless crap like synthesizers and drum machines. This album is amazing. The guitars and the vocals scream and the bass and drums add a nice background quality.

Teas'n Pleas'n-5/5-Great opener. Great rocker. Great everything. This really gives you a taste of what's comin up. As in extremly loud rock music. GREAT!!

Scared-4/5-Pretty good. Overshadowed by two great rockers ("Teas'n Pleas'n and "Bones in the Gutter") on either side. The catchy chorus saved this song from being only 3/5.

Bones in the Gutter-5/5-Amazing! This is a freakin great song. The guitar and violent lyrics make this song the most intense of all 11 songs on this CD.

Take Me Drunk-5/5-Another great one. Pretty much a song about getting wasted. Not the most intriguing subject, but somehow the song is intriguing anyway. Very cool.

Feels Like A Hammer-4/5-This song is only 4/5 because it is really not the right time for this song. It is sandwiched between the party rockers "Take Me Drunk" and "Sport'n A Woody" this should've been the last song. But nontheless it is kinda good.

Sport'n A Woody-5/5-Incredible! The best riff so far out of the album though the riff from "Ten Boots" is better. This song is very sexually explicit but it makes for a nice light-hearted change from all the blood and murder so far in this album (see "Bones in the Gutter").

Queen of the Nile-5/5-This is the most catchy song on the album. In fact it is the most catchy song that I have ever heard. Amazing! Apparently Jason McMaster had a crush on Cleopatra. Hehehe!
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on July 30, 1999
Format: Audio CD
Back in 89 I picked this album up after seeing DT on MTV. Catchy guitar riffs and slamin bass creates an impressive album. Not to mention a great set of lungs from Jason McMaster. Pure attitude songs: Ten Boots (Stompin'), Outlaw, and Here Comes Trouble. If you enjoy the voices of frontmen like Axl Rose, Sebastian Bach, or Joshua Todd (Buckcherry) you will love this album. Also check out their second album Hellacious Acres. As good and possibly even better than their first. If you are into grungier heavy metal type music DT was able to expand on their musical talents and produce an album in 1995 called The rtist 4merly known as dangerous toys. This album is full of high energy and if the band had the publicity this would have been a big seller in the 90's. This album sounds like a combination of Slayer,Nirvana, and Local-H. All I can say is this band is definitely underated and I hope they continue producing albums.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Justin G. TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on July 23, 2010
Format: Audio CD
Dangerous Toys was a Texas band that was part of the second wave of hair metal bands that enjoyed a (brief) bit of fame at the tail end of the `80s. The band took a hard partying, sex-obsessed, barroom rock approach to the Hollywood hair metal formula, and as a result their self-titled debut was a decent-sized hit.

This is a totally fun, totally rockin' album, but man, some of these lyrics are just embarrassing. With songs like "Teas'n Pleas'n" and "Sport'n a Woody" I think Dangerous Toys make the Bulletboys look classy! Still, it's hard not to rock out with some of these songs. "Feels Like a Hammer" and "Outlaw" in particular just flat-out rock. There's a great sense of attitude and swagger, plus of course Jason McMaster's screaming vocals.

Listening to Dangerous Toys is like drinking cheap beer. It's fun for a while, and brings back high school memories, but after a while you know you've got to be killing some brain cells with this stuff.
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