Johnny Dangerous | Dangerous Liaisons (Reissue)

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Dangerous Liaisons (Reissue)

by Johnny Dangerous

Picture Lil' Kim and Eminem smashed into a grinder and smothered over an episode of "Sex & The City" on a Saturday evening at Gay Pride-a gorgeous blend of Electronica, Rock, Old School Hip-Hop and some of the most crass and humorous lyrics ever heard.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Alternative Hip Hop
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1. She-Bomb Intro
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2. Not Black Enough
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3. Me No Wan Dat (feat. Tori Fixx)
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4. Debate (feat. God-des & She)
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5. Dangerous
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6. Topsy Turvy (313 Remix feat. Aaron-Carl)
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7. No, No, No (Me No Wan Dat Remix feat. Scream Club)
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8. Interlude: Daddy Dearest
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9. Sugar Daddy
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10. Down With This (feat. Protegee & Dutchboy)
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11. Fagazine Interview
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12. Hot Johnny
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13. Crack Hit (feat. Deadlee)
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14. Celebrity Fucker
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15. You're Mine/Dangerous Liaison (feat. She)
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16. Rockstar (Bonus Track)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Johnny's debut album, Dangerous Liaisons, (US2 Records, 2003) is a fist ready to strike. Packed with over thirteen hard-hiting joints; each one becoming more painfully pleasurable to the ears!

The albums' opener, "Not Black Enough" is a bomb-erupting, verbal axing to any opposing gay rapper in his way. "I'll pull your shit quicker than they did the movie Glitter," he warns, while the tracks' guitar-lixxx slam into overdrive, meanwhile defending his honor as a non-African-American emcee to be reckoned with. "Topsy Turvy," a freaky, sexcapaded dance-floor fantasy is quite the guilty pleasure as Johnny whispers, "Then my mutha' fuckin' ass came on his face!!" Yes, you heard right darling-and that's just the beginning! "Hot Johnny," his most explicit offering to date, boasts of sexual adventures and strange encounters. Johnny delves deep into the topics of fisting, watersports and other non-conventional methods of gay love-making. Don't get it twisted. Every song isn't triple-x rated, and the infectious groove of "Dangerous," his cleanest delivery, and the albums' lead single is just that: pure, unadulterated funk. Always known for controversy, Johnny winds down with "Celebrity F#@ker," a Batman-meets-Wonder Woman stylistic-jaunt where Johnny boasts of sexual endeavors with Vin Diesel, Brad Pitt, Justin Timberlake and Will Smith. This one is definitely not for the kiddies. The CD also includes "Rockstar," Johnny's new 2006 hit single, produced by Detroit producer, Aaron-Carl.

Dangerous Liaisons was entirely produced by rapper/songwriter/producer Tori Fixx, who is also the C.E.O. of Johnny's home label, US2 Records. Tori joins Johnny, ("Me No Wan Dat") along with L.A. horror-core rapper, DEADLEE, ("Crack Hit"), Minneapolis-based Protegee' and Rainbow Flava front-man, Dutchboy on an incredulous rebirth-of-slick remix of "Down With This."

Self proclaimed the "homo hip-hop head of controversy," this Chicago-based emcee is taking names and throwing verbal blows unlike any other. Dangerous Liaisons is controversial, comically-witty, confrontational and empowering all at the same time. A voice for all genres of sexuality, Johnny prides himself on being openly honest, boldly truthful and downright crass! Watch your back as this pint-sized, animated shit talker barrels through the realms of the underground with the force of an avalanche. And similar to a snowball, this controversial juggernaut with the mouth of a sailor-can only get bigger!


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EmpoweredOne!

Absolutely one of the best cd's ever
I love this cd. It's bold. It's crass. It's GREAT! So what if it has a lot of adult language? Johnny has done what I have never heard before. And that's take rap and make it truly gay while staying true to what he knows, which is dick and ass fucking. If you are gay and looking for rap that you can identify with, then this cd has it all.

Gary


Johnny Dangerous is the man!!

Artistically - its refreshing to hear a gay rapper actually speak his mind and be as all out cunty as he feels!

Musically - the album has a retro feel to it. A throwback to the eighties and some its of the biggest hits. He samples Sheila E.'s 'The Glamorous Life' but slows the chorus down just enough to give it a completely different vibe that (in my opinion) is totally successful. 'Topsy-Turvey' should be on all accounts a Top 40 smash - though the lyrics are filthy sexy - the music and chorus are everything you would expect from any of today's dance divas.

Lyrically - the lyrics may be considered too simple for some hard core rap fans - but if you are more interested in WHAT he is saying then HOW he says it then it shouldn't be an issue. However, this is not to say that he can't rap because he absolutely can. On 'Celebrity Fucker' there are a few too many pauses and drawn out syllables for the song to work - but then again, you may not notice because of the images you'll be having once hearing 'Vin Diesel fucking Paul Walker raw' or Johnny getting his ass grabbed by 'Benjamin Bratt'. All in all, this album is a party for gays to celebrate their sexuality and to be brash and upfront about it. A voice for the Thug Daddies and Thug Sissies if you will. I plan on buying everything Johnny Dangerous puts out there.


Absolutely fabulous, love the beats!
The CD is fabulous. The different types of styles of rhymes included make it a top in my list and any in general. The beats make it even more sick and in the end make it one to kick back and chill with, or jam to a party (depending on the party...lol).

billmcintee

He is sooooo respresentin'
I'm not really a rap fan, but I love everything he has to say. He puts us in the forefront as he speaks the truth. His lyrics take me back to similar life-situations just the same. Almost as if he had stepped in every gay man's shoes and then told the dirty little secrets to the world! It's crass, it's truthful, and it is humorously insightful for others on the other side of the fence who are curious about the gay/lesbian lifestyle but were afraid to ask. We may be gay, but he represents all of us who are good at being gay! I love it!