- 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
Down and Dirty Live
- "Boys Will Be Boys"
- "Bang Bang"
- "Groove Or Die"
- "Naughty Naughty"
- "Rock 'N' Roll Hoochie Koo" (Rick Derringer cover)
- Ted Poley - vocals
- Andy Timmons - guitar
- Bruno Ravel - bass guitar
- Kasey Smith - keyboard
- Steve West - drums
Ted Poley · Rob Marcello · Bruno Ravel · Steve West
Mike Pont · Paul Laine · Al Pitrelli · Tony Rey · Andy Timmons · Kasey Smith · Scott Brown
Studio albums Compilations Live albumsDown and Dirty Live · Live and Nude Singles"Bang Bang" · "Naughty Naughty" · "Monkey Business" · "I Still Think About You" · "Comin' Home"
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