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Shaved and Dangerous

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Shaved and Dangerous

Shaved and Dangerous
Baby Animals
Released 1993
Recorded Compass Point Studios, Nassau; Bearsville Studio, New York
Genre Rock
Length 44:15
Label BMG Arista/Ariola Limited
Producer Ed Stasium, Nuno Bettencourt
Baby Animals chronology

Baby Animals
Shaved and Dangerous
Il Grande Silenzio
Singles from Shaved and Dangerous
  1. "Don't tell me what to Do"
    Released: 1993
  2. "At the End of the Day"
    Released: 1993
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Shaved and Dangerous is the second studio album by Australian band the Baby Animals, released in 1993

Track listing

All tracks written by Suze DeMarchi, Dave Leslie and Eddie Parise unless otherwise noted.[2]

  1. "Backbone" - 5:18
  2. "Stoopid" (Suze DeMarchi, Eddie Parise) - 2:48
  3. "Don't tell me what to Do" - 4:11
  4. "Lights Out at Eleven" - 5:29
  5. "At the End of the Day" (Suze DeMarchi, Eddie Parise) - 2:50
  6. "Lovin' Lies" (Suze DeMarchi, Steve Elson, Frank Celenza, Dave Leslie, Eddie Parise) - 3:32
  7. "Bupata" - 3:58
  8. "Nervous at Night" - 4:00
  9. "Because I Can" (Nuno Bettencourt, Suze DeMarchi) - 3:38
  10. "Life From a Distance" - 4:26
  11. "Be My Friend" (Andy Fraser, Paul Rodgers) - 4:04


  • Dave Leslie - Guitar, Vocals
  • Frank Celenza - Drums
  • Suze DeMarchi - Vocals, Guitar
  • Eddie Parise - Bass, Vocals
  • Nuno Bettencourt - Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar, Vocals
  • John DeChristopher - Strings, Cymbals, Stick
  • Tony Italia - Drums
  • Bill O'Meara - Strings, Cymbals, Stick


  • Michael Halsband - Photography
  • Paul Hamingson - Engineer
  • Gail Marowitz - Art Direction, Design
  • Carl Nappa - Assistant Engineer
  • Richard Parsons - Engineer, Assistant Engineer
  • Bob St. John - Engineer
  • Ed Stasium - Producer, Engineer, Mixing
  • Nuno Bettencourt - Producer


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