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Dangerous Toys

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 the follow up to Dangerous Toys, Hellacious Acres, in 1991, and while the album sold reasonably well, it didn't match the groups initial success. After getting dropped from Columbia, the original lineup slowly began to dwindle. Danny Aaron left before their third album, Pissed. Mike Watson left before recording The R'tist 4'merly Known As Dangerous Toys in 1995. Although the band officially broke up in the late '90s, they released a live album in 1999 and occasionally reunite for a few shows. ~ Curtis Zimmermann, Rovi
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One of the best bands to come out of Texas. And a true DT fan knows that all 4 albums rock!
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That first album was awesome.
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Dangerous Toys rocks! Definitely NOT a hair metal band. These guys were just straight up kickass rock/metal all the way!
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Dangerous Toys rocks! Definitely NOT a hair metal band. These guys were kickass metal all the way!
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auto_ron70
Dangerous f**kin toys!!!!!!!! ! ! badass rock n roll!!!!
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Yup awsome.
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Slash should hook up with this singer
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Hey man i think i like been scared!!lok
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Dangerous toys sound good.
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Se escuchan jenial
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LOVE this..one of their best!
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Totally kick a**
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Hellasious acres one of those albums u can just put on and walk away
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This was an awesome band
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manuelcarras q u i l l o
Taking it back!
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sch.txp
Their first album is still one of my top 20 albums, but the ones that followed were either poorly/over mixed and the edge was gone. Scared, Here Comes Trouble and Queen Of The Nile are the best songs from this band.
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God this song sux
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Check hot former member Kevin Fowler.
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DT's debut album is so well done....now McMaster takes things to a whole new level with Evil United and Ignitor...br u t a l l y kick a** metal all-around.
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Seen them met them 420ed in Austin
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this band kix a**!!
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Get these no talent losers off my Pandora.
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hey if you like this folowe me
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hair metal i can tolerate. nice.
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DT kicks a** and always will! A non shameful hair band for sure!
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Omg I meet Jason mcmaker at a place in Austin he is a rock teacher he the vocalist teacher at School of Rock in ATX BABBY !!!
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Mike Watson is bassist.
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i know jason and mike-last i knew mike was the bassist 4 DT
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FYI, Kevin Fowler had a stint as their lead singer.
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This band was HOT in the 80's. Still love them.
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This band is for girls!
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Yes Watch Tower!=Good Metal! Paul you listen to this candy rcok and you're calling Watch Tower pansies!-Tha t ' s funny!
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watch tower? dangerous toys rock--great album--great melodies and the singer can really wail.
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they r a pretty good band, got some songs that r kick a**!
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watch tower r pansies
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some sweet southern metal
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Watch Tower is way better. Jason McMaster singing true metal instead of this candy rock bullsh*t!
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F**k'n GREAT band!!! Love these guys, just wish they would have got more notoriety.
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bobnascarmsu
Great Band out of Little ole Texas....Nev e r got the radio play they should have...
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ctown67
when i first tried to request these dudes, Pandora was unaware of their existence. Now they are a welcome sound on my 80's station "fashionatin g radio"
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Absolutely one of the greatest sounds of the hair band days!!!!!!
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God I love this band!! Remember meeting them outside the Capital Centre in Maryland when they played on the Operation Rock n Roll Tour with Alice Cooper and Judas Priest. AHHHHHH! The memories!!!
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I'm glad this came up on my station. I didn't think it would.
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glad to see danny got to go big boy could play
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davesden42
My homeboys kick f*****g a**! Rock on Gentlemen.We r e patiently waiting. Double D
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This brings back some classic memories, good s**t!!!!
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wish more music wiuld have came out sleaze metal rules drink beer rock out till you puke.
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Thaat guy can sing!

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