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Little Miss Dangerous [Ted Nugent]

  • 1. High Heels In Motion
    2. Strangers
    3. Little Miss Dangerous
    4. Savage Dancer
    5. Crazy Ladies
    6. When Your Body Talks
    7. Little Red Book
    8. Take Me Away
    9. Angry Young Man
    10. Painkiller
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 201342

  • Credits
    EngineerTed Nugent; Michael Verdick; Pete Solley

    Personnel: Ted Nugent (vocals, guitar, six string Fender bass, percussion, background vocals); Dave Amato (guitar, Roland guitar synthesizer, background vocals); Pat Leonard, Hawk Wolinski, Larry Dermer (keyboards, synthesizer); Ricky Phillips (bass, background vocals); Jay Ferguson (bass); Michael Mason, Joe Galdo, Duane Hitchings (drums, percussion); Bobby Columby, Robby Weaver, Jamie St. James, Carmine Appice, Sandy Slavin, Douglas Banker (background vocals).
    Producers: Ted Nugent, Michael Verdick, Pete Solley.
    Recorded at Channel Recording, Burbank, California between April and July 1985 and at Criteria Recording Studios, Miami, Florida between October and November 1985. Includes liner notes by Garf Graff
    All tracks have been digitally remastered.
    Personnel: Ted Nugent (vocals, guitar, bass guitar, percussion); Dave Amato (vocals, guitar, synthesizer); Larry Deimer, David "Hawk" Wolinski, Pat Leonard (synthesizer); Duane Hitchings, Joe Galdo, Michael Mason (drums, percussion).
    1986's LITTLE MISS DANGEROUS was Ted Nugent's third release for his new record label, Atlantic, after he'd spent almost the entire 1970s and early '80s on Epic. As with his two previous Atlantic releases, 1982's NUGENT and 84's PENETRATOR, the Nuge continues on the same musical path, forgoing his earlier caveman rock in favor of pop-metal. While the album didn't make Terrible Ted the pop-hitmaker that he had hoped (although a cameo appearance on the TV show Miami Vice was a surprise treat for fans), LITTLE MISS DANGEROUS includes the unruly title track, one of Ted's better known '80s songs.

  • Critic Reviews
    Record Collector (magazine) (p.104) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "Packed with catchy, anthemic tracks, this is less grizzled than usual, but a great album for fans of 80s hair metal."
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