Scarlet Red – Don’t Dance With Danger – 1989

Scarlet Red started out as a secular band called Lust but upon the drummer becoming saved they actually broke up. The story goes that the entire band became saved but not together but instead each separately and then came back together and chose a new name that honoured the blood of Christ. This appears to be the only album, they released which is too bad because it’s a pretty good commercial metal album. Personally I always liked my hard rock/metal with a female lead so this band fits well with my taste. Like I said this is a very commercial metal band and wit the female lead vocals it’s an album that must have played well.

1 – You Live Fast – 4:48
2 – Cry Out – 2:47
3 – Never – 3:33
4 – Knock Down The Walls – 4:06
5 – Fight Fire – 2:47
6 – Don’t Dance With Danger – 3:21
7 – Lost And Found – 2:42
8 – Hold On To Love – 4:20
9 – Why – 3:37
10 – Break The Chains – 3:57

Bass – Jeff Warner
Cover – Jim Null
Drums – Davy Ledford
Guitar – Curtis Lee
Photography By – Dennis Carney
Producer – Armand John Petri
Vocals – Danis

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Phonographic Copyright (p) – Pure Metal
Copyright (c) – Pure Metal
Distributed By – Mainroads Music Group

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Author: Ray Mansfield

One of the founding cowboys of Real 80s CCM. Been listening to this stuff since 1978.

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