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Danger Danger Import


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  • Audio CD (Feb. 1 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: SBME
  • ASIN: B0012GMWJ8
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews)

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4.2 out of 5 stars

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Chad Ouimette on Jan. 17 2004
Format: Audio CD
Ouch. It's painful to think that some people consider this album a "classic" BACK IN BLACK was a classic. MACHINE HEAD was a classic. APPEITITE FOR DESCRUCTION was a classic. This is, um, well, not!
Cheesy riffs and guilty pleasures are one thing, like 80s L.A. Guns and Cinderella, but when a band is this cliche and this uninspired, you can see how Nirvana kicked-ass when there was a time when there were just too many of these types of bands cloging the blood-lines of radio/Muchmusic/MTV.
As usual there a couple good tracks on here, but the rest just sounds like it was made by robots peeling potatoes in the army backrooms, in other words, boring. Sorry.
Please don't call this a classic or them a hungry band, unless you afix the term "money" before it. This did not a pay-off by any means. As far as the scarce good songs, they turn in a great feel-good ballad in "Don't Walk Away" and great hooks in "Naughty Naughty", and "Under The Gun" is a rocker-ballad type, and whenever bands do these, and do them right, they sound great.
There's cheese, then there's grease. Guess what I found!? 3/11
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Blue Charvel on Dec 17 2003
Format: Audio CD
I wanted to like this when it came out, I really did. Big hair, songs about sex, 2 guitarists, etc. but it's just too cheesy, and the keyboards make it sound even more so. From "Screw It!" onward they became a much better band with a little more edge. My personal favorite is "Cockroach" but they're all quite good (with the exception of this release). Great band, bad album...hey it happens...
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Format: Audio CD
Recently I began tinkering with 90's-00's rock/metal, buying and borrowing CDs so that I could get an idea for various bands, and see just what it is the dudes and chicks in my generation (I'm 20) are in to. I figured I'd come away from the experience at least a bit converted to the opinions that today's music is where it's at. WRONG. I thought I disliked today's stuff before I experimented with it. Now I hate it that much more. I think today's bands get all their songs from a Music Supermarket, where all the sounds and guitar work is canned and bottled with childproof seals. Then they throw it in a mixer, dub their own vocals over the canned ones, and voila! a new "Incubus," "Fuel," "Nickelback," "Jimmy Eat World," "Hoobastank," "Static-X," or "Goo Goo Dolls" CD is produced. PLEASE.
So I turned my ears, having taken a battering from today's ... nu-metal, to my VAST 80's metal collection (Priest to Vinnie Vincent Invasion to Def Leppard to Slaughter), and I was soothed. One of the first I popped in was Danger Danger's debut album. I already liked the album, but comparing it to today's stuff, I appreciate the album even more.
The album is solid throughout. The lead track, "Naughty Naughty," is by far the album's best song, but that's saying a lot, considering that most of the material on this release could be on Danger Danger's "best of" album someday. "Naughty Naughty" is nicely followed by "Under the Gun," which has the same feel to it that the Top Gun soundtrack does (another recommended purchase). "Saturday Night" is probably the only track on here that just sounds more like Def Leppard to me than Danger Danger, and while that's NOT a bad thing, the song doesn't fit on this album.
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Format: Audio CD
But Danger Danger debuted with a fantastic one. Their self-titled debut is filled with great, catchy tunes from beginning to end. Out of the eleven tracks on this record, there is only one I don't like. "Saturday Nite" lacks originality moreso than the other songs; it sounds too much like a Def Leppard song. My personal favorites on this album are "Don't Walk Away", "Rock America" (that is a wonderful anthem; it should have been played all over the radio after the September 11th tragedy), "Feels Like Love" and of course "Bang Bang" and "Naughty Naughty" are great, too. Actually, as I said before, ten of the eleven tracks on this album are very enjoyable to listen to. The artists that 'Danger Danger' would most closely relate to on this album are defintely Europe and Night Ranger (personally I would prefer this cd over any of NR's or Europe's material). This is a great hair metal record and while the lyrics have nothing new to offer, all of the music is extremely enjoyable to listen to, Ted Poley's voice sounds great and the album is very consistent throughout. That is why I rate this cd with five stars.
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By William Matson on April 11 2000
Format: Audio CD
A great debut for a young and hungry rock band. There are a lot of keyboards on this album, almost reminiscient of Quiet Riot's "QRIII" or anything Night Ranger put out. While keyboards leave a bad taste in your mouth on some songs, the majority of these benefit from the keys particularly the GREAT power ballad, "One step from paradise" one of my all-time favorites and the great rock anthem titled "Rock America." The hits from here were impressive as well "Naughty Naughty" and "Bang Bang." And as good as this is, their future cd's rocked, too! However, this is the only D2 (Danger Danger) cd that keyboards are noticeable, the rest of them focus on the voice and guitar. These players, as a band musically, are tighter than a duck's ass, they got everything down pact THAT DAMN GOOD, and on EVERY album no less. No mistakes. Steve West really pulls some heavy duty drumming on 'Rock America' and singer Ted Poley nails high notes in that same track and 'One step from paradise.' Buy this cd for the 2 tracks I just mentioned, they beat out the 2 hits 'Bang Bang' and 'Naughty Naughty' and guess what? They got a new cd so they aren't done yet.
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