Down and Dirty Live


Down and Dirty Live
Down and Dirty Live
EP (live) by Danger Danger
Released 1990
Recorded Bangles, Denver, Colorado
L'Amour, Brooklyn, New York, 1989
Genre Glam metal, Hard rock
Label Sony
Producer Lennie Petze
Danger Danger chronology
Danger Danger
(1989)
Down and Dirty Live
(1990)
Screw It!
(1991)

Down And Dirty Live is a Danger Danger live EP. It contains five songs recorded live in 1989 during presentations at Bangles at Denver, Colorado and L'Amour at Brooklyn, New York.

Track listing

  1. "Boys Will Be Boys"
  2. "Bang Bang"
  3. "Groove Or Die"
  4. "Naughty Naughty"
  5. "Rock 'N' Roll Hoochie Koo" (Rick Derringer cover)

Personnel

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