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Album Review

Dangerous Toys were one of those bands that tried in earnest (and vain) to flex with the ever-changing musical landscape that was the '90s. They started out in the hair field during the late '80s with many of their contemporaries (Jackyl, Poison, Trixter), and their brand of sleazy metal with a tinge of Southern sleaze endeared them to many a cult fan's heart. This compilation rounds up some of Dangerous Toys' finest (and not so finest) moments. Die-hard Toys fans will already have the majority of this stuff in their collections, but those looking for their finest moments and a reason to have all the hits on one disc would be well served in checking this out.

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" and "Scared," gained the band a rabid following and helped the album go gold. Dangerous Toys was founded in Texas in 1987 by vocalist Jason McMaster along with guitarists Scott Dalhover and Danny Aaron, bassist Mark Geary, and drummer Mike Watson. They released...
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