Dangerous Toys has over 157038 followers across Spotify, LastFM, YouTube Music, Deezer, Twitter and Songkick. Currently we track 6 digital music and social platforms for Dangerous Toys. When AVR-Music Stats last calculated the current growth of Dangerous Toys's social media following, it was roughly 53 followers per day. We collect data on 10,000’s of rappers, singers, musicians, producers, bands & DJs from around the world across multiple genres including edm, rock, hip hop, grime, pop, jazz, folk and many more. Found something missing? You can add data for Dangerous Toys here.
Dangerous Toys's Music Bio
Dangerous Toys was a hard rock band with southern rock undertones from Austin, Texas, achieving a short but sweet burst of success in the midst of the 80s glam metal boom. Formed in 1987, the band released four studio albums and a live album before officially disbanding in 1999. Notable for their comical 'monster clown' iconography, they have reunited a few times over the years for one off shows but have no official touring or recording plans.
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