Metal Works Headbanger's (series)
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- Total Time: 61:12. Tracks 1-10: Previously released as Epic Records EK 45139 in 1990, produced by Michael Caplan. Tracks 11-16: Previously released as Epic Records EK 47322 in 1992 from the album "Method To The Madness," produced by Andrew Johns and The Dwarfs.
- Released: March 14, 2006
- Originally Released: 2000
- Label: Collectables Records
Description by OLDIES.com:
The unusual name of - and equally unorthodox stage performances - of The Killer Dwarfs won them a passionate fan base in the early '90s. Originally based in Toronto, The Killer Dwarfs also won the hearts of the record buyers with this album released in 1990 - it remained on the Billboard charts for more than 2 months. This disc features 5 bonus tracks, which feature the crunching, raw rocking vocals for which the group was renowned.
- 1.Dirty Weapons
- 2.Nothin' Gets Nothin'
- 3.All That We Dream
- 4.Dosen't Matter
- 5.Last Laugh
- 6.Comin' Through
- 7.One Way Out
- 9.Not Foolin'
- 10.Want It Bad
- 11.Method To Madness (Bonus Track)
- 12.Give And Take (Bonus Track)
- 13.Look Around (Bonus Track)
- 14.G.T.Y. (Goodbye To Yesterday) (Bonus Track)
- 15.Cowboys And Conmen (Bonus Track)
Killer Dwarfs: Russell Graham (vocals); Gerry Finn (guitar); Ron Meyer (bass); Darrel Millar (drums).
Personnel: Mike Dwarf (vocals, guitar); Darrell Dwarf (vocals, drums); Russ Dwarf, Bad Ronald Dwarf (vocals).
Audio Mixer: Andy Jones.
Liner Note Author: Mark Marymont.
Killer Dwarfs had the makings of a big-time arena rock band, but headlining arenas was something the slick outfit never had the chance to do. A big commercial breakthrough eluded the Killer Dwarfs, whose pop-metal style was sort of M”tley Cr�e meets Ratt meets Poison. Typical of the band's Epic output, Dirty Weapons isn't the most original album in the world and is far from earth-shattering, though it does contain some fairly catchy material -- most notably "Last Laugh," "All That We Dream," and "Not Foolin'." Why one of these songs didn't make the Killer Dwarfs successful is anyone's guess -- the album sounds like it was tailor-made for MTV and album-oriented rock radio of the early '90s. Perhaps it fell between the corporate cracks. Whatever went wrong, Killer Dwarfs barely made a dent commercially. ~ Alex Henderson
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- Sales Rank: 40,757
- UPC: 090431645123
- Shipping Weight: 0.25/lbs (approx)
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