"Four the Hard Way" is the fourth Danger Danger album, and the second featuring singer Paul Laine. Former members Andy Timmons and Kasey Smith contributed to the album. D2 are back on track! This may not be an instant classic like the first two albums, but… "Jaded" (a great example of the new sound), "Captain Bring Me Down" (Bon Jovi-style), "Going All The Way", "Goin' Goin' Gone" (both classic D2) and the Def Leppard-style "Afraid Of Love". Eleven tracks of pure hard rock heaven …great lyrics, great hooks, 100% perfect.
Danger Danger is the debut album of the band Danger Danger, released in June 1989. In 1989, Saraya guitarist Tony "Bruno" Rey joined briefly and played on part of their debut album, before returning to his previous band. Andy Timmons replaced him and played on the rest of their debut album, which was released in the same year. The album spawned two hits with “Naughty Naughty” and “Bang Bang,” with the former gaining a spot in MTV’s Headbanger’s Ball.
"Revolve", Danger Danger's seventh studio album, marks the return of lead vocalist Ted Poley. It is also the first Danger Danger studio album to feature Rob Marcello on guitar. It works great for the band. There is nothing unexpected here – which in this case is good, just more classic Danger Danger material. The added production bells and whistles brings the band up to date, but at the heart of the album is classic D2 – albeit perhaps a little more laid back than 20 years ago.
Limited edition reissue of the 1968 soundtrack to the Disney classic about a magical car nicknamed Chitty Chitty Bang Bang offers a grand total of 50 tracks. The first disc expands the number of songs performed by Dick Van Dyke and Sally Anne Howes to include unobtrusive clips of dialogue from the film, and all of the songs that appeared in the movie are now included. The second disc collects demos, which are entertaining, as well. Many versions of the Chitty Chitty Bang Bang [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack] have been released over the years – some great, some not so great – but this is by far the biggest and best.
If "Four The Hard Way" was D2's come back album to the melodic hard rock scene, "The Return Of The Great Gildersleeves" should damn well prove that they are here to stay! The band has again successfully combined modern rock influences with the classic Danger Danger sound, and added a couple of neat twists in there as well.
For a spell during the late '80s and early '90s, it seemed like almost every day there was a new hair metal band popping up on MTV, taking aim at joining the likes of Poison, Mötley Crüe, and Bon Jovi at the top of the mountain. Some (Skid Row, Winger, Slaughter, etc.) did manage to challenge the aforementioned groups, while bands like Danger Danger came oh so close before vanishing from view completely…
"Live and Nude" is the official live album by American melodic rock/glam metal band "Danger Danger" originally released in 2005. "Live and Nude" was actually recorded in London-England at the Underworld club during the band's 2003 European tour. The line up featured founders bassist Bruno Ravel and drummer Steve West along with established vocalist Paul Laine and newcomer Swedish guitarist Rob Marcello. "Live and Nude" is easily one the top melodic rock live albums of the previous decade, as "Danger Danger" perform at a level few would have thought possible. Paul's vocals are impeccable-lacking nowhere in comparison to the studio versions; the man's voice bares such depth, clarity and attack reinforcing his reputation as one of the best singers in the genre.
Remastered 2003 reissue of Danger Danger's sophomore recording. Features the guitar pyrotechnics of underrated virtuoso Andy Timmons. Includes the hit "Monkey Business"; other highlights include "Beat The Bullet", "Crazy Nites", and "Don't Blame It On Love". Also included is a previously unreleased track recorded during the original sessions for Screw It!, plus a second disc with the hard-to-find Down And Dirty Live! EP.