Doin' the Nasty

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Doin' the Nasty
Studio album by
ReleasedMarch 24, 1992
RecordedPhase One Studios, Toronto
GenreHard rock
Heavy metal
Glam metal
Length53:14
LabelEMI
ProducerAnthony Vanderburgh, Paul Gross
Slik Toxik chronology
Smooth and Deadly
(1991)
Doin' the Nasty
(1992)
Irrelevant
(1994)
Singles from Doin' the Nasty
  1. "Helluvatime"
    Released: 1992
  2. "By the Fireside"
    Released: 1992
  3. "White Lies, Black Truth"
    Released: 1992
  4. "Sweet Asylum"
    Released: 1992

Doin' the Nasty is the debut album by the Canadian hard rock band Slik Toxik. The album was released in 1992. The album reached #61 in Canada[1] and was certificated gold by the CRIA.[2]

"Helluvatime", "By the Fireside", "White Lies, Black Truth", and "Sweet Asylum" were released as singles and they all had accompanying music videos.

The album won the 1993 Juno Award for "Best Rock Album of the Year". At the 1992 MuchMusic Video Awards, the "Helluvatime" video won the People's Choice Award for "Best Video of the Year" and "Best Metal Video Award".

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Big Fuckin' Deal"
  2. "Helluvatime"
  3. "Sweet Asylum"
  4. "White Lies, Black Truth"
  5. "Cherry Bomb"
  6. "Marionette"
  7. "It's Not Easy"
  8. "Crashed"
  9. "By the Fireside"
  10. "Blood Money"
  11. "Cheap Nicotine"
  12. "Midnight Grind"
  13. "Rachel's Dead"

Band members[edit]

  • Nick Walsh – vocals
  • Rob Bruce – guitar
  • Kevin Gale – guitar
  • Pat Howarth – bass
  • Neal Busby – drums

Charts[edit]

Album[edit]

Year Chart Position
1992 Canada #61

Singles[edit]

Year Single Chart Position
1992 "Helluvatime" Cancon: To Watch #1
"White Lies, Black Truth" Canada #42
1993 "By the Fireside" Cancon: To Watch #1

Awards[edit]

Certifications[edit]

Year Album Certification
1992 Doin' the Nasty Gold (CRIA)

1993 Juno Awards[edit]

Year Nominee / work Award Result
1993 Slik Toxik Most Promising Group Nominated
Doin' the Nasty Best Rock Album of the Year Won

MuchMusic Video Awards[edit]

Year Nominee / work Award Result
1992 "Helluvatime" Best Metal Video Award Won
People's Choice Award: Best Video of the Year Won

References[edit]