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Justin Gaines | Northern Virginia | 10/28/2006
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Released in 1992, Method to the Madness was the final studio album from Canadian rockers Killer Dwarfs. On this album, the band continued their Ratt meets Quiet Riot party metal style, with a bit more emphasis on power ballads and melodies, perhaps in hopes of capitalizing on the Steelheart/Firehouse/Slaughter power ballad trend going on at the time. The result is a slightly more commercial Killer Dwarfs album.
Unfortunately for the band, there was another musical trend waiting in the wings. Method to the Madness was released just as a sea of flannel clad grunge bands was taking over radio and MTV, all but eliminating the "hair metal" genre. It's not all that surprising that Killer Dwarfs would call it a day soon after the album's release.
Method to the Madness is hardly original, but it remains a fun album from a fun band, and is likely to please most hair metal/80's rock fans."