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Tony Danza Tap Dance Extravaganza

Tony Danza Tap Dance Extravaganza

Corrosive 5

Released on August 9, 2005

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The Tony Danza Tap Dance Extravaganza, are a groove-oriented, Tech Metal band hailing from Murfreesboro, TN invigorating the scene and playing all across the USA alongside Psyopus, Ed Gein, Premonitions Of War, Ion Dissonance and more. With a brilliantly bizarre name, constant shows, frantic word of mouth, and seriously amazing songs these guys are becoming a household name. The band has managed to create a rabid fan base literally overnight. These guys are making huge waves in the world of Metal and Hardcore and will be the leaders of the next wave of aggressive music. Recommended for fans of Meshuggah, Ion Dissonance, Dillinger Escape Plan and Converge.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 14 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 My Bowling Ball's Frozen In A Footlocker In Chicago Voted #3  12%
2 I Bet Heaven Looks A Lot Like Talledega  12%
3 God Ain't Got No Use For No 180lb. Bag Of Sugar  7%
4 5 Deep On Charlie  12%
5 Cliff Burton Surprise Voted #1  27%
6 Bringin' It Straight From Alabama  5%
7 Bill Dance Lands The Big One  3%
8 Daddy's Coming Up  5%
9 Tony Little, Jack Daniels, And The Open Road  0%
10 Big Puns Not Dead Because I Just Saw Him A Krispy Kreme Voted #2  18%
Come back on or after Tuesday, August 9 to vote for your favorite songs

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Cameron from Calgary, AB Canada 
May 19 2011 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This was a solid album the whole way through, they have not done wrong in their three albums. I especially like the gangsta rap in it

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Sean from Saskatoon, SK Canada 
Sep 10 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

It's a good album. I would say these guys are the best grindcore band out there right now. Dillinger Escape Plan might be the only band I would say over these dudes.

I just sometimes find this album hard to get into, I've got to be in a real mood for it. Although, that is kind of the case with all grindcore for me. It's an acquired taste for sure.

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Mark from Norwalk, CT 
Feb 22 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Awesome! Extremely abrasive and angry, I think it's better with the low-fi sound quality. Luckily, the metalcore-ish vocals aren't bad. Yeah, there's an acquired taste for tech-metal-grindcore. But it's sure fun to head-bang along to. Despite the bizarre name and song titles, the lyrics are really poetic if you read them. So yeah, this is sweet. Not for everybody, but I dig it. It's a perfect acid for burning away the stench of radio-friendly-FallOutBoy-GwenStefani-JustinTimberlake crap from your mind.

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Eric from Broomfield, CO 
Oct 2 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Tony Danza have created their own unique style, with noise core discords, blazing time signature changes, and they even throw in some 80's hair metal guitar. oh, and the sound clips are pure genius. I deducted 1 star becuase the sound quality could be better. I have a hunch thier next album will spark a get this now!

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Patrick from Columbia, MO 
Jul 11 2006 Rating: 3/5 Stars

It's ok, starts to drag a little around the second half, like a Converge album. If they could've kept kicking a** like the first 3 songs, i'd give it a 5, but they couldn't keep it up

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Dave from Guelph, ON Canada 
Jun 1 2006 Rating: 3/5 Stars

This is actually Dave from Whitby, Guelph, Stow, and Waterloo ONTARIO, CANADA

I'm from Canada, so 'eh'. It's pretty good when it comes to the technical parts, but it simply doesn't last. If Botch bores you then you should die. This is purgatory. If you like Neil Perry then do, but if u enjoy Fallout Boy then kiss my fucking ass bitch.

P.S . That rhymed.

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Patricia from Murphysboro, IL 
Mar 31 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This band is amazing fast technical harcore with humor added obviously by the name of the band get it if you like the dillinger escape plan,between the buried and me,august burns red,converge

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Lee from Somerset, KY 
Feb 22 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

so i've know about this band for a few months. heard some songs online. this band blew me away. production isnt the greatest but it takes nothing away from this album. i hope these guys get signed to a major label. they deserve it they are way too talented. amazing cd.

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Doug from Walpole, MA 
Feb 22 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

First off: A very technical CD. When I first got this CD, it was my favorite at the time. Everything in this album flows real smoothly, not overexaggerated and at the same time not to dull or plain. You can deffanitly tell these people have some talent. I strongly, strongly recomened picking this one up. my favorite song is deffanitly "God Ain't Got No Use For No 180LB. Bag Of Sugar."

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Dan from Long Valley, NJ 
Jan 7 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Bought this album off Interpunk after seeing a spotlight on it, looking to get into some heavier stuff that I thought I might like. I read the spotlight review and decided this would be a great place to start. After opening the CD and listening to it about 5 times, I have to say that this is an excellent place to start if you are looking to get into Grindcore or abrasive-sounding music in general. Unbelievably for a grindcore album, the tracks on here are actually DANCEABLE once you've listened to them a few times. Besides being an excellent and very solid release, some of the tracks on here a quite funny too. I am not dissappointed for purchasing this CD and neither will you.

Favorite Tracks: I Bet Heaven Looks A Lot Like Talledega Cliff Burton Surprise Daddy's Coming Up

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