|A2||Runnin' Out Of Fools||3:32|
|A3||A Boy Named Junior||3:41|
|A4||Love And Happiness||6:57|
|A5||Wake Up To Me||3:45|
|B2||Armed And Extremely Dangerous||2:48|
|B3||This Little Woman||3:50|
|B4||This Is The House||2:57|
|B5||One Step Away||3:10|
|PG 1400||First Choice||Armed And Extremely Dangerous (LP, Album)||Philly Groove Records||PG 1400||US||1973|
|PG 1400||First Choice||Armed And Extremely Dangerous (LP, Album, BW)||Philly Groove Records||PG 1400||US||1973|
|1400, PG 1400||First Choice||Armed And Extremely Dangerous (LP, Album)||Philly Groove Records, Bell Records||1400, PG 1400||Canada||1973|
|PEG MC 130||First Choice||Armed And Extremely Dangerous (Cass)||Pegasus||PEG MC 130||UK||1998|
|PEG CD 130||First Choice||Armed And Extremely Dangerous (CD)||Pegasus||PEG CD 130||UK||1998|
Armed and Extremely Dangerous is the debut studio album recorded by the American female vocal trio First Choice, released in 1973 on the Philly Groove label. The album features the title track, which peaked at on the Billboard Hot 100 and on the Hot Soul Singles. Also featured are two other chart singles: "Smarty Pants" and "Newsy Neighbors". Don Renaldo, Albert Barone, Charles Apollonia, Angelo Petrella, Diane Barnett, Romeo Di Stefano, Rudy Malizia, Joe Donofrio, Christine Reeves – violins.
Matrix, Runout (Side A label): 1400 SA. Matrix, Runout (Side B label): 1400 SB.
For First Choice it’s simple, with another, Armed and Extremely Dangerous. This was the lead and gave First Choice their commercial breakthrough. Larry Washington’s congas and bongos, swirling strings and sirens are joined by growling horns. What’s remarkable about First Choice’s debut album Armed and Extremely Dangerous, is that in 1973. each of First Choice were still teenagers. First Choice’s performances on Armed and Extremely Dangerous belies this, showing that a great future lay ahead of the three members of First Choice. That was to be the case, with First Choice becoming one of the most successful of Philly Soul’s female groups. Armed and Extremely Dangerous their debut album, is one of the finest debut albums in the history of Philly Soul and nearly forty years later, is a stonewall, timeless classic
Armed and Extremely Dangerous. Artist: First Choice. Album: Philly Groove Records Presents: The Early Years, Vol. 1, 2014. From the 1973 Philly Groove album, "Armed And Extremely Dangerous". Has been played on. United States 57.
Said he's dangerous, armed and extremely dangerous The day he walked into my life he caught me with my guard down don't let him talk his sweet talk On ya Cause I've hit on the bait that he threw, and I got hooked, don't let it happen to you. Said he's dangerous, armed and extremely dangerous Said he's dangerous, armed and extremely dangerous. The day I came into his charms who would think that he would succeed. Said he's dangerous Oh, hell do it - bleed the life from me Said he's dangerous He don't care for nobody but his self. Look out girls, he might be Walkin the streets right now Said he's dangerous, emely dangerous. Armed And Extremely Dangerous" Track Info. Armed and Extremely Dangerous First Choice.
Armed and Extremely Dangerous (song). Armed and Extremely Dangerous" is a 1973 song by American girl group First Choice from their album Armed and Extremely Dangerous. It is their highest charting single in the US & is arguably the band's most well-known song. A - Armed & Extremely Dangerous - 2:49. B - Gonna Keep On Lovin' Him - 2:44.
Get the Tempo of the tracks from Armed And Extremely Dangerous (1995) by First Choice. This album has an average beat per minute of 121 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 95/139 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Armed and Extremely Dangerous. 1. Armed and Extremely Dangerous.
Their second single, "Armed & Extremely Dangerous," was explosive - its tough story line and pulverizing hook should have placed it higher on the charts, but it stalled at number 11 R&B and number 28 pop. A remake of "Love & Happiness" works, but "Smarty Pants" and "Newsy Neighbors" are bubblegum-ish attempts at commercialism that failed to crack the R&B Top 20.