One and only review of a gig Danny Ramirez did on 8 August 2009:

'Down in the basement, weird things were happening. Danny Ramirez, a bearded, genial chap was singing comedy songs to a tape recorder. And getting laughs. And for the life of me, I can't bloody remember what he was on about. The guy's a character nonetheless, and has a certain rogue-ish charm.' (by: Richard Foster, taken from a website)

One and only review of Danny Ramirez's cd Reload Your Gun! (released August 2002)

'Metalhead Danny Ramirez gives us a look into his world with 12 songs. Maybe inspired by the murderballads by Johnny Cash this singer/songwriter wanders the fields of Holland murdering and shooting at everything that moves. A complete album is quite a long journey, but every now and then it really gets hilarious, such as in Baby, Soon I'll Take Your Life! and I Have Got Killing Spree Fever Tonight!. Our Danny sings like Elvis and he murders like Jeffrey Dahmer and never gets caught. Mothers keep your kiddo's inside the house, 'cause serial Danny is in town.' (by: Sammie Burgwal, taken from FRET October 2002)

One and only review of Danny Ramirez's demo Load Your Gun And Have Some Fun! (released July 1998)

'As a writer of demo-reviews it often happens that someone hands me over a tape somewhere. This also was the case by a certain fellow named Danny Ramirez. He's a small guy with long, raven-black hair covering his eyes and parts of his face. When I looked at the cassette he took the opportunity to immediately get away. I wasn't sure what to think of song titles such as I Would Like To Kill You, I Hope You Die In A Freak Accident and For I Am Inspired By The Devil. Was this a serial killer with musical intentions? When I listened to the tape at home, Danny Ramirez appeared to sound as a lo-fi version of Chris Isaak. Using melodies that seem to be derived from the repertoire of Roy Orbison and Elvis Presley he sings the listener to the grave. Is it a joke or is it meant seriously? Who's to say! When Ramirez shouts 'come on everybody' and incites the listeners to sing the refrain of I Hope You Die In A Freak Accident with him, he seems to be someone with a great sense of humour. But when he sings 'you never caused me any pain, but I am what others call insane' you also have the tendency to believe him.' (by: Jan van der Plas, taken from Music Maker November 1998)