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|Studio album by|
|Recorded||November 1990—February 1991|
|Studio||Village Recorder, Santa Monica,|
AT Track Record, North Hollywood,
Summa Music Group, West Hollywood, California
|Genre||Glam metal, heavy metal|
|Producer||Roy Thomas Baker|
|Dangerous Toys chronology|
|The Collector's Guide to Heavy Metal||6/10|
Hellacious Acres is the second album by heavy metal band Dangerous Toys, released in 1991. It was produced by Roy Thomas Baker, and includes a cover of Bad Company's "Feel Like Makin' Love", while "Line 'Em Up" and "Gimme' No Lip" were released as singles to promote the album. This is Dangerous Toys' last album to be released on Columbia Records, and the only album that guitarist Danny Aaron played on, as he left the band during the 1991-1992 Hellacious Acres tour.
All music composed by Dangerous Toys.
|2.||"Gimme No Lip"||McMaster, Mike Watson||3:32|
|3.||"Sticks & Stones"||McMaster, Watson||3:14|
|4.||"Best of Friends"||Watson||5:22|
|6.||"Sugar, Leather & The Nail"||McMaster||3:18|
|7.||"Angel N U"||McMaster||6:55|
|8.||"Feel Like Makin' Love" (Bad Company cover)||Paul Rodgers, Mick Ralphs||4:34|
|9.||"Line 'Em Up"||McMaster||3:00|
|10.||"Gypsy (Black-n-Blue Valentine)"||McMaster, Watson, Jack Ponti, Vic Pepe||4:09|
- Dangerous Toys
- Jason McMaster - vocals
- Scott Dalhover - guitar
- Mike Watson - bass, backing vocals
- Danny Aaron - guitar, slide guitar, backing vocals
- Mark Geary - drums
- Additional musicians
- Waste 'O' Skin Choir - gang vocals on "Stick & Stones"
- Brian Baker, Chris Gates, Michael Hannon, David Roach, George Dolivo, Greg Fields, Andy Rogers, Vickie James Wright, Chris Andrada, Mitch Dean
- Roy Thomas Baker - producer
- Timm Baldwin - engineer
- Rick Ornstien, Ken Pavlakovich, Jim Champagne, Scott Blockland - assistant engineer
- George Marino - mastering at Sterling Sound, NYC
|1991||Billboard 200 (USA)||67|
- Henderson, Alex. "Dangerous Toys - Hellacious Acres review". AllMusic. All Media Network. Retrieved 2016-10-19.
- Elliott, Paul (February 2010). "Dangerous Toys - Dangerous Toys/Hellacious Acres". Classic Rock. No. 141. pp. 92–93.
- Popoff, Martin (1 August 2007). The Collector's Guide to Heavy Metal: Volume 3: The Nineties. Burlington, Ontario, Canada: Collector's Guide Publishing. p. 99. ISBN 978-1-894959-62-9.
- "Dangerous Toys Discography at Discogs". Discogs.com. Retrieved November 10, 2018.
- "Dangerous Toys - Dangerous Toys Chart History". Billboard.com. Billboard. Retrieved 2016-10-19.
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