Dangerous Toys - The Rtist 4 Merly Known As Dangerous Toys mp3 album
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Artists Dangerous Toys The Rtist 4merly Known as Dangerous Toys. The Rtist 4merly Known as Dangerous Toys Dangerous Toys. The Rtist 4merly Known as Dangerous Toys. This album has an average beat per minute of 128 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 80/174 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist The Rtist 4merly Known as Dangerous Toys.
The Rtist 4merly Known as Dangerous Toys Tracklist. 2. Cure the Sane Lyrics. 4. Take Me Swiftly Lyrics. The Rtist 4merly Known as Dangerous Toys Q&A. More Dangerous Toys albums. Show all albums by Dangerous Toys.
Album, 1988, CBS Records. 3. Bones in the Gutter. 5. Feels Like a Hammer. 7. Queen of the Nile. 9. Here Comes Trouble. 10. Ten Boots (Stompin').
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Dangerous Toys is an Austin, Texas-based rock band with often humorous lyrics. Founded in 1987, Dangerous Toys released four full-length albums and one live album before unofficially disbanding at the turn of the millennium. Their major label debut, Dangerous Toys, was released in May 1989, and featured the singles "Teas’n, Pleas’n" and "Scared". The album was certified gold by the RIAA in 1994. In 2006, "Teas’n, Pleas’n" was covered by Shadows Fall on their compilation album Fallout from the War, featuring guest vocals from Toys’ vocalist Jason McMaster.
Only 5 left in stock (more on the way). Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). Now I love Dangerous Toys's first three albums. Kick ass in every way! But this album is an absolutely lame aproach at grunge/alternative rock of the mid nineties. They fed into the times here, and why I don't know. Every song sounds like crap-ass Nirvana or NIN.
|1||Share The Kill||3:22|
|2||Cure The Sane||4:09|
|4||Take Me Swiftly||4:16|
|5||Heard It All||5:04|
|7||Words On The Wall||3:29|
|8||Better To Die||4:42|
|12||To Live The Lie||6:52|
|13||Mom & Dad||2:40|
- Recorded At – Austin Recording Studio
- Mixed At – Austin Recording Studio
- Mastered At – Capitol Mastering
- Booking – Mike Oberman
- Design [Graphic Design] – American Pie Design
- Drums – Mark Geary
- Executive-Producer – Harry B. Friedman II
- Guitar – Paul Lidel, Scott Dalhover
- Illustration [Cover] – Tommy Pons
- Management – John Greenberg , Tim Heyne
- Mastered By – Kevin Reeves
- Photography By [Band] – Johnny Medina
- Photography By [Rocket] – Laura Taylor
- Producer, Engineer – Tom Fletcher
- Vocals, Bass – Jason McMaster
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- Barcode: 0 49891-6004-2 5
|CLP 0353-2||Dangerous Toys||The R•tist 4•Merly Known As Dangerous Toys (CD, Album)||Deadline Music||CLP 0353-2||US||1995|
|CLP 0503-2||Dangerous Toys||The R-Tist 4-Merly Known As Dangerous Toys (CD, Album, RE)||Deadline Music||CLP 0503-2||US||1999|