We couldn't tell you how dangerous these guys were, but they must have been pretty dangerous based on the two "dangers" in their name (one danger wasn't enough). Nevertheless, this glam band hit the scene late in the 80's, and is most remembered for their 1989 self-titled album release, which included the songs "Naughty, Naughty" and "Bang, Bang."
Danger Danger was formed in Queens, NY in 1987 by former Hotshot members Mike Pont, Steve West and Bruno Ravel. Band members shifted back and forth between Danger Danger and Hotshot, but somehow the band managed a demo and record deal with Epic Records. Danger Danger found a home at Headbangers Ball on MTV and toured with Kiss, Alice Cooper, and Warrant.
Danger Danger's second release, Screw It! from 1992, included two more rather popular hits: "Monkey Business" and "I Still Think About You". By 1993, a new album was ready to be released (Cockroach), but was held up in litigation by the fired lead singer (it was eventually released years later). Since then the band has had a few more releases with various re-united band members.
At the time of this writing, the Danger Danger Discography was as follows:
- 1989: Danger Danger
- 1990: Down and Dirty Live
- 1991: Screw It!
- 1995: Dawn
- 1998: Four the Hard Way
- 2000: The Return of the Great Gildersleeves
- 2001: Cockroach (1993)
- 2003: Rare Cuts
- 2005: Live and Nude
- 2009: Revolve