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Doin the Nasty
Slik Toxik
Doin the Nasty
Genres: Pop, Rock, Metal
 
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All Artists: Slik Toxik
Title: Doin the Nasty
Members Wishing: 4
Total Copies: 0
Label: Capitol
Release Date: 3/24/1992
Genres: Pop, Rock, Metal
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Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 077779811526, 077779811540

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So underapprieciated
Chad Ouimette | Ottawa, ON | 03/26/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I'm proud to be Canadian and I'm proud of our music artists, especially the guys in Slik Toxik. They're debut LP is right up there with any of the American metal of the 80s, and it's less cheesy than most, its like the Canadian counterpart of Skid Row, another awesome band (keep in mind that Baz is Canadian!)But Slik Toxik had a sound all thier own, a gritty and unpolished sound, although the studio dudes cleaned this album a bit, it still has a raw aggression that only a young and hungry band can produce at the start of thier careers. It's too bad the album came in at the start of grunge..Slik Toxik could have been SO big. Singer Nick Walsh was just barely out of his teens on this album and could belt out the notes like few can. Think of Baz of course and also Bruce Dickinson..if you don't know who he is then get out of this section you don't belong here..anyway, I put this album on many times and the music just takes me away, when I'm in a bad mood, this makes me feel better, helps me get it all out. I'm so glad I have this CD in my collection and you will too, just give them a chance seek them out...the band may be gone but the music will always be here..Picks you should pay attention to are "Helluvatime" (a single on MuchMusic for awhile) "Sweet Asylum" (probably the best song and the one that i listen to the most) "Marionette" (man he can screetch on this one) "Crashed" "Blood Money" and "Midnight Grind" I order you to get this one, you WILL NOT BE SORRY"
Hair Heaven
Randolph R. Mckinney | Mooresville, NC United States | 06/03/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I saw the "Helluvatime" video on the then Canadian only channel MuchMusic which later became Fuse. At any rate, the song just blew me away. The band had that street sense about them that few had captured (Skid Row / Guns N Roses) and at the same time had developed their own distinguishable sound. I was excited that a new band like this had came about, especially since Nirvana and the rest of the grunge bands were taking over the airwaves. But that was the last I had heard of them. I couldn't find a cassette / cd / lp of this band anywhere. I think for the most part they only got the publicity that they needed in Canada and mostly shrugged off with the rest of the 80's greats in most other countries. But after years of searching, more like a decade, I found a used copy of this in a record store. I bought it and jammed it on the way home. Boy does this album rock. The opener "Big F**Kin' Deal" is so tongue-in-cheek self gloating it's great! "Sweet Asylum", "White Lies/Black Truth", "Cherry Bomb", "Crashed", "Blood Money". All great songs. This album is packed with headbanging goodness. The only song I'm not too fond of is "Rachel's Dead", but with so many good tracks to jam, one filler track isn't so bad. By all means, if you like your rock HARD, pick this album up immediately. YOU WILL NOT BE SORRY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"
Man, I miss this stuff!
GKG | Huntsville | 11/02/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"OK, really quick here...imagine if Skid Row was influenced by Spread Eagle and tried to do a cd that was similar to Lynch Mob's "Wicked Sensation". You might get tunes that rock like the ones on here."