Screw It!

Screw It!

Infobox Album
Name = Screw It!
Type = studio
Longtype =
Artist = Danger Danger


Released = 1991
Recorded =
Genre = Hard rock, Glam
Length = 57:30
Label = Epic
Producer = Steve West
Reviews = *Allmusic Rating|4|5 [http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&sql=10:k8jgtq5ztu47]
Last album = "Down And Dirty Live"
(1989)
This album = "Screw It!"
(1991)
Next album = "Dawn"
(1995)

"Screw It!" is Danger Danger's second full length album. It was released on October 1, 1991 on Epic Records.

Track listing

# Ginger Snaps (Intro)/Monkey Business
# Slipped Her The Big One
# C'est Loupe (Prelude)/Beat The Bullet
# I Still Think About You
# Get Your Shit Together
# Crazy Nites
# Puppet Show
# Everybody Wants Some
# Don't Blame It On Love
# Comin' Home
# Horny S.O.B.
# Find Your Way Back Home
# Yeah, You Want It!
# D.F.N.S.

It should be known that on remastered versions of the CD "Ginger Snaps" and "Monkey Business" was one track the former serving as an introduction to the latter. A similar effect was used on "C'est Loupe" and "Beat The Bullet".

The album features guest appearances from Extreme members Gary Cherone, Nuno Bettencourt, and Pat Badger.

Personnel

Band

*Ted Poley: Lead Vocals
*Andy Timmons: Guitar
*Bruno Ravel: Bass
*Kasey Smith: Keyboard
*Steve West: Drums

Guests

*Gary Cherone: Backing Vocals
*Nuno Bettencourt: Backing Vocals
*Pat Badger: Backing Vocals


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