ONE WAY STREET – Dangerous Curves (1993) [rare]

As requested, here’s the rare private release by American melodic rockers ONE WAY STREET, their only album titled ”Dangerous Curves” from 1993. The band was conceived in the second half of the ’80s as a ‘high energy rock band” that performed covers with an original flair.
Although through the years the band had many personnel changes, it’s core, singer Mike Wallace and drummer Keith Hanson, remained focused and determined to make it big. The latter part of 1991 saw their persistence pay off with the addition of Bob Toner. Bob’s rock steady guitar licks brought solidity to One Way Street’s rhythm section as well as a melodic addition to Mike’s vocals.
Midway through 1993 the band recorded by themselves “Dangerous Curves” with fine production & mix, looking for a record label and plans to establish in California.
While that never happened as the rock music industry was changing at the time, One Way Street real focus was on the live shows and what they can do with, and for, the audience, by capitalizing on their strengths; powerful melodic vocals, moving rhythms, cool hooks and tasteful leads…