|Little Miss Dangerous|
|Studio album by|
|Recorded||Channel Recording, Burbank, California, April–July 1985|
Criteria Recording Studios, Miami, Florida, October–November 1985
|Genre||Hard rock, heavy metal, glam metal|
|Producer||Peter Solley, Michael Verdick, Ted Nugent, Doug Banker|
|Ted Nugent chronology|
|Singles from Little Miss Dangerous|
Little Miss Dangerous is the ninth studio album by American hard rock guitarist Ted Nugent. The album was released in March 1986, by Atlantic Records.
The single "Little Miss Dangerous" was Ted Nugent's most successful single in Australia. This is mostly because the track was featured in an episode of the same name of the American television series Miami Vice . The track "Angry Young Man" was also used in an episode of Miami Vice entitled "Definitely Miami", in which Nugent guest-starred as a pimp/drug dealer and was killed in a shoot-out with Sonny Crockett (Don Johnson).
A promotional video clip was produced for the song "Little Miss Dangerous'".
|Collector's Guide to Heavy Metal||7/10|
AllMusic's John Franck was heavily dismissive of Little Miss Dangerous, opining that it may be "the worst Ted Nugent record ever released", and being "a sonic embarrassment" to be "avoid[ed] at all costs".
All songs written and arranged by Ted Nugent, except where indicated
|1.||"High Heels in Motion"||3:35|
|2.||"Strangers"||Bill Conti, Nugent||3:53|
|3.||"Little Miss Dangerous"||4:50|
|6.||"When Your Body Talks"||Ben Shultz, Eric Scott||3:16|
|7.||"My Little Red Book"||Burt Bacharach, Hal David||3:06|
|8.||"Take Me Away"||Dave Amato, Nugent||3:14|
|9.||"Angry Young Man"||3:57|
|1986||Billboard 200 (US)||76|
|1986||"Little Miss Dangerous"||Billboard Mainstream Rock (US)||22|
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