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Album 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.

Customer Reviews

Dangerous toys

This is one of my favourite albums of the 80's. I was hooked as soon as i saw the video for "Scared" on mtv's headbangers ball and could never understand why the band weren't huge off the back of it. Sure the singer Jason McMaster sounds a bit like Axl Rose but then everyone else was ripping off G'n'R by that point. "Scared", "Teasn Pleas'n", "Sport'n a woody" and "Queen of the nile" are the best tracks from a totally underrated hair metal album.

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

When Dangerous Toys released their self-titled debut album on Columbia records in 1989, their raw southern rock and metal served as an immediate attack on glam metal's reign on MTV and rock radio. Their two hit singles, "Teas'n, Pleas'n"...
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