Dead Or Alive ‎– Mad, Bad And Dangerous To Know

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Epic ‎– EPC 450257 1
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Printed in Holland.
Distribution CBS Records/CBS Disques.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 099745 025718
  • Label Code: LC 0199
  • Other (Manufacturer Code): 01-450257-20
  • Rights Society: BIEM/STEMRA
  • Price Code: CB 291
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout stamp side A): A 01_450257_2A_1
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout stamp side B): B 01_450257_1B_1

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
EPc 4571 Dead Or Alive Mad, Bad And Dangerous To Know(Cass, Album) Epic EPc 4571 Australia 1986 Sell This Version
620.000.862 Dead Or Alive Mad, Bad And Dangerous To Know(LP, Album) CBS 620.000.862 Argentina 1986 Sell This Version
EPC 465574 2, 465574 2 Dead Or Alive Mad, Bad And Dangerous To Know(CD, Album, RE) Epic, Epic, Rewind (3) EPC 465574 2, 465574 2 Europe Unknown Sell This Version
450257 1 Dead Or Alive Mad, Bad, And Dangerous To Know(LP, Album, Gat) Epic 450257 1 UK 1986 Sell This Version
EK 40572 Dead Or Alive Mad, Bad And Dangerous To Know(CD, Album, RE) Epic EK 40572 US Unknown Sell This Version

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cdfreak1

cdfreak1

October 4, 2018
Limited colored MOV pressing coming soon! Don’t sleep: Youthquake sold out on pre-order really quickly!

https://thesoundofvinyl.com/*/*/Mad-Bad-Dangerous-To-Know-White-Numbered-Vinyl/5YSR0000000
Mycure

Mycure

September 10, 2018
What claimed my attention of this album was the iconic picture resemblance from The Damned's album "Phantasmagoria" with the model Susie Bick posing at Brompton Cemetery, taken by genius photographer Bob Carlos Clarke. In this Dead or Alive album, Clarke also made a picture in the same location (but in another site) to Pete Burns in a more o less similar attitude.
GRAHAM2109

GRAHAM2109

June 21, 2017
There is a Japanese picture disc of the album but dont know much about it
TylerLethersin

TylerLethersin

January 10, 2017
I made a review about the youthquake bonus track version & what versions are on it. So I will do the same about this album.
Mad bad & dangerous to know was the 3rd album by dead or alive. A lot of people probably skipped sophisticated boom boom & think this is the 2nd. This was the 2nd & last album produced by SAW & for a lot was the last album by them. There sadly was no bonus track Version released but a box set was just released with all the B-sides & everything else like that. This album had better song writing & the songs all went together pretty good. Was it as good as youthquake? To me it was ether a match or youthquake wins by a little. Brand New Lover & other hits fame from this album showing that the band was going towards a more pop sound then sticking to the gothic disco sound. I would say the cover was probably the only thing gothic, & maybe the song something in my house. You take that song off the album & it would have to have a different title & cover most likely. Now let's go over the versions & if the single versions are on this album or not.
Brand New Lover - now it uses the 12" Version. This 12" music video was pretty much the same as the album version, so even tho there are 2 12" mixes this is technically a 3rd mix. The album version is just the dust monkeys mix but it's edited down to fit into the album.
I'll save you all my kisses - pretty much is the same as the single Version, but has a different intro. The single version used the intro like the 12" mixes & was edited down from them. The album mix & single version aren't that different.
Something In My House - now this is the oddest version. The mix on the album version is about 7 minutes long & there was a Edit made of this version for a 7" US promo. The song was remixed a lot like my Heart Goes Bang & even had the same Remix name (the US Wipeout Mix). However it wasn't rerecorded like my Heart & used the same vocals as the album version.
Hooked on Love - Like in Too Deep this only had 1 12" Remix also. The version on the album is pretty much the same as the single version. Since the box set just got released it had the single version, an edit & a 7" Remix which wasn't released until this year. So I'm not sure really what the real single version is but the music video uses the album version just slightly edited.
So pretty much you get versions that are very close to the single versions. Something In My House is really the only song on the album version that isn't an it's single version, because it was remixed so much. Also son of a gun was a single only in japan. It had an edit of come Inside which took out the beginning where it was attached to then there was you. Both songs continued into each other, so it made since that they edit that out. Also I want you was remixed & put on a come home with me baby single. I think the new box set lists it as an edit or single version, so maybe it was gonna be a single, but they changed it or something. It uses a slightly different instrumental, it's really not that different from the album version.