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Danger Danger [Import]

Danger Danger Audio CD
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  • Audio CD (1 Feb 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Sbme Special Mkts
  • ASIN: B0012GMWJ8
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 37,456 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars one of the best melodic rock/AOR albums ever!! 19 May 2005
Format:Audio CD
This is one awesome album. It is more pollished and refined than their second, yet equally superb, album 'Screw It'. The production is clear, with great use of reverb that is a must on all albums of this genre, and the vocals really shine. Andy Timmons plays on a few of the tracks, whilst Tony Bruno plays some fantastic guitar work throughout. Personal stand out tracks are 'Naughty Naughty' with its huge singalong chorus, 'Under the Gun' which sounds very much like anything from Bon Jovis 1st CD, 'Bang Bang', & 'dont walk away' which is a superb mid tempo soft rocker, an AOR classic. Buy it today!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Bang! Bang! 20 July 2012
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
Never being a fan of Danger Danger, I always considered them a knock-off of Def Leppard and only purchased the Monkey Business 7inch back in 1991 but I was tempted to get this album after I'd seen it listed in many top albums of the 80's in this genre of rock music.
I can gladly say it's a great record, especially considering it's the debut album by DD. Ok, there's no seriousness to any of the lyrics and some of the melodies and riffs are formulaic but who cares. I bought this wanting a bit of pop-rock to blast away in the car and it's perfect for that.
I'm not going to list the best tracks as the whole album pretty much consists of tracks on a par with each other. If anything, tracks 2 & 3 show their age and lack of song writing finesse the most but do not detract from the rest of the album.

It may be a bit of an ask to get younger kids into this album, but highly recommended to anyone like me who missed this first time round.
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1 of 6 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Not a bad start 13 Sep 2002
Format:Audio CD
D2 were among the "also ran"'s of the Hair Metal era. This, their first album, spawned a minor ballad hit, and overall is OK, comparable with Motley Crue, Poison, that kind of stuff. What set them apart was the recruitment of Andy Timmons part way through the recording process. He is one of the best and most versatile guitarists around, bar no-one. He only plays on 2 songs here, and his quality is streets ahead of the poor chap who preceeded him.
It isn't bad, I prefer Screw It (second album) and especially Cockroach, which IMHO is the best thing they've ever recorded.
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Amazon.com: 4.2 out of 5 stars  55 reviews
9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Few artists debut with very good albums. 21 Dec 2001
By "dokken6008" - Published on Amazon.com
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.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Great lite metal. Arrived a little too late, though. 24 April 2004
By oldschooler1981 - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
In the 1986/87 era, bands like Motley Crue, Bon Jovi and Def Leppard laid the groundwork for the wave of hair metal bands that would crop up in the next few years, until grunge killed it off around 1992.
At first, close sounding bands like Whitesnake and Poison dominated the charts alongside them. In the 1988-91 era, though, the amount of power ballads and less heavy hit rockers increased, as did many good, but second-rate bands which may have only had a few memorable songs.
Unfortunately come 1989, Danger Danger got lumped in with that category. At first, I can see why. Many of the songs do sound the same, it's pop and not very heavy at all (for metal standards). However, that said, I also think the wrong songs got picked as singles, as many of the non-hits are actually WAY stronger.
1. Naughty, Naughty -- The leadoff medium synth hard rocker is good but a bit generic of this style. Loud but not threatening guitars, dirty lyrics about a 'naughty' girl. They were probably playing it safe by releasing this as a single.
2. Under the Gun -- This fun but midly serious tune is far better. Starting out a little dark and becoming an uptempo pop/hard rocker.
3. Saurday Nite -- Hard rocker about partying and cruisin'. Lyrics are very typical of this style, and sounds like a heavier version of a 1985 Loverboy album track, coincidentally called "Friday Night." I guess they moved it up a day after a few years.
4. Don't Walk Away -- A keyboard heavy slightly uptempo power ballad about telling a girl to not 'walk away' and give their love another shot. Even though this kind of song has also been done a million times by these bands, this is superior to many of them.
5. Bang Bang -- These guys sure seem to like double titles! If I recall, this may also have been a minor hit. A less heavy rocker, now about one of the guys catching his girl cheating. Sequence-wise, it might sound wrong coming after the previous song, but no matter, it's still great fun.
6. Rock America -- Extremely anthemic and keyboard driven fun tune. Though the "I wanna rock/don't try to stop me"-theme has been done to death, they sure do it good! A little soft to even be pop/metal. In fact, the opening vocals remind me of Mr. Mister's "Kyrie!" But I like that song too, so I'm not complaining. The rest sounds like Night Ranger.
7. Boys Will Be Boys -- Yet another lite metal tune similar in theme to the previous song, but much less better this time around. Not bad, just less catchy.
8. One Step From Paradise -- The softer power ballad. Nice, romantic tune about falling in love. Similar to "Don't Walk Away" but a bit happier.
9. Feels Like Love -- Mid tempo poppy soft metal tune which is another in the line of shoulda been hits. Not very deep, but has a nice sound to it and very sing-a-long.
10. Turn it On -- An energetic, 'in-love' song which is fairly catchy. If Survivor was a big hair band, I can visualise "Is This Love" sounding like this.
11. Live it Up -- The quality dips a bit for the closing track. The pace is a little slower, but it's still hard rock, with the self-explanatory title.
In short, there's a few songs that aren't as good, and to the casual listener, it might be hard to tell some of them apart. However, I think the problem with the lack of success is that the vocals sound tailored for a big hair metal band, whereas it seems that this material would've done better sung in a typical pop/hard rock style such as Loverboy.
Also, if this had come out 5 or 10 years earlier, it could've been huge, especially on AOR radio. It actually sounds like it could've come from 1983 or so - resembling more of a Loverboy, Survivor and Aldo Nova sound. However, arriving toward the end of the hair metal craze, having more generic vocals, as well as a couple too many tracks sadly sealed this album (and band's) fate as being in the Slaughter/Trixter category.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars THIS CD ROCKS!! ONE OF THE BEST 80'S ROCK CD'S EVER! 21 Aug 2004
By Tha Ace Scott Shreiner - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
This is a must if you are a fan of dokken, slaughter, winger, etc. Now let me tell you all i wasn't even around in the 80's really I was born in 85 . but this is all i listen to is glam rock and hair band stuff. i love it. i just purchased 10 cd's off of here and this is by far one of the best i have ever heard.. "Naughty, Naughty" is an unbelievable track! "Bang, Bang" is one of my all-time favorite songs from this era. "One Step From Paradise" is a great ballad. This whole album is awesome! This might be one of those albums that you don't want your friends to know that you have. Well all of my friends think i'm stupid cuz i listen to all 80's rock. but this is one of my top 10 picks for greatest albums. DANGER DANGER!!
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars 80's hair metal at its best!! 6 Jun 2001
By metalhead - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
I also missed this album when it came out in '89 but i was over a friends house a couple of weeks ago and when he put on "Bang Bang,it reminded me of my teenage years in the 80's.After I left his house i went right to the music store and bought a copy.It's not a very hard album but its that kind of music that makes you feel good when you listen to it.I am a fan of the more harder stuff such as Megadeth,Ozzy,etc.But when I heard this I was blown away.My personal favorite tracks are "Bang Bang","Naughty Naughty",and "Saturday Night".Overall,its a CD that you won't put away for a while.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Danger Danger! Buy D2's Second Release First! 4 Mar 2001
By J. Wright - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
This debut release from Danger Danger (D2) is good. It is more soft-sided and ballad-ish, but good. They're second release, Screw It! is just plain better than this one. They let their "big hair" down on Screw It! more than here.
On this release, Naughty Naughty and Bang Bang (funny that these two songs "echo" the band's double moniker) are the best, and the rest are decent. Feels Like Love is pleasant and Rock America is good, too. Nothing on this release is hard - it's all pretty soft stuff.
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