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Teenage Rampage

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Released  20 September 2011
Artist  Dangerous!
Producer  Ulrich Wild
Length  30:58
Release date  20 September 2011
Label  Epitaph Records
Teenage Rampage
Genres  Punk rock, Alternative rock
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Teenage Rampage is the debut studio album by punk band Dangerous!, released world wide on September 20, 2011 on Epitaph Records.


The album received critical acclaim including KKKK's in Kerrang! Magazine and 4 Stars in Rolling Stone. Positive reviews resulted in the band being titled 'Hottest New Band of 2011' in UK's Big Cheese Magazine and a string of high profile festival appearances and tours in UK/Europe/USA & Australia.

Dangerous not one of you


The album was recorded in 6 weeks in Los Angeles, CA over June/July 2011. Produced and Engineered by Grammy Nominated Ulrich Wild (Pantera, Slipknot, Deftones), Mixed by Mark McClusky (Weezer) and three time Grammy Award winner late Mike Shipley (Devo, Van Halen, Green Day). Mastered by Dave Collins (Motley Crue, Queens Of The Stoneage, Black Sabbath) in Hollywood, CA.

Track listing

All music composed by Dangerous!.


  1. 'Not One Of You' (was Rock Sound's Single Of The Month and was used in fashion outlet The New Yorker's guerrilla runway commercial)
  2. 'Movers N Shakers' (appeared on MTV's Rob Dyrdeck's Fantasy Factory)
  3. 'Big Muff'

'Not One Of You' gained high rotation on Australian radio station Triple J.


Recording Teenage Rampage writer and guitarist Nicky Jones used a Peavey 5150 guitar amp borrowed from Brett Gurewitz (Bad Religion/Epitaph Records) which was originally a gift from Eddie Van Halen. The original pressing of the record features a fold out Ouija Board inside the sleeve designed by Jones.


1Not One Of YouD Dangerous2:26
2Movers N ShakersD Dangerous2:25
3Slo mo videoD Dangerous2:34


Teenage Rampage Wikipedia

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