Alice Cooper Albums
→I Am Made Of You
→The Nightmare Returns
→A Runaway Train
→Last Man On Earth
→I'll Bite Your Face Off
→Disco Bloodbath Boogie Fever
→Ghouls Gone Wild
→Something To Remember Me By
→When Hell Comes Home
→What Baby Wants
→I Gotta Get Outta Here
→We Gotta Get Out Of This Place
→Prologue / I Know Where You Live
→Vengeance Is Mine
→Wake The Dead
→Catch Me If You Can
→(In Touch With) Your Feminine Side
→Wrapped In Silk
→Killed By Love
→The One That Got Away
→I Am The Spider / Epilogue
→Woman Of Mass Distraction
→You Make Me Wanna
→Sunset Babies (All Got Rabies)
→The Saga Of Jesse Jane
→Steal That Car
→Run Down The Devil
→Your Own Worst Enemy
→The Sharpest Pain (Bonus)
→What Do You Want From Me?
→Love Should Never Feel Like This
→Man Of the Year
→Bye Bye Baby
→Be With You Awhile
→I'm So Angry
→Between High School and the Old School
→This House is Haunted
→The Song That Didn't Rhyme
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Reviews about Alice Cooper albums
Original Fan | Reviewer: Geoff------ About the album School's Out performed by Alice Cooper
Brilliant albulmn. Bought it on vinyl 1972.
Still think its fantastic but much easier to listen to as a CD or MP3.
Way ahead of its time. Came wrapped in paper panties.
Caused a bit of a stir at the time as I remember.
Still an enjoyable listen but not as controversial as was initially.
top ten for prog rock lovers. | Reviewer: jack bledsoe------ About the album From the Inside performed by Alice Cooper
This is a master piece. An absolute for prog rock fans. We did not crawl out of the ocean and make music like this. Alice cooper is living proof there is a God. You cant paint apicture with out an artist
My Favorite Alice Cooper Album of all Time! | Reviewer: Lonny Ricker------ About the album From the Inside performed by Alice Cooper
I discovered this album back in the early 80's. It was given to me by one of my neighbors. I remember listening to it over and over again! Every song on it is a hit in my book and I'm hard pressed to pick a favorite song on the album. Oh, and yes Alice, to answer your question you wrote in your comments about the album, sometimes I feel I "belong here too!"
Godfather of Shock (Revised) | Reviewer: Frank Newberry (guitarist of Shoveltooth)------ About the album Raise Your Fist And Yell performed by Alice Cooper
This is truly one of the best albums ever recorded by the Godfather of shock.. Alice Cooper. Over the previous few years, Alice's career had kind of fizzled out and his personal life and health had spiraled out of control due to the Icon's alcoholism. While the inclusion of "He's back (the man behind the mask)" from Alice's 1986 album "Constrictor" , in the 6th installment of the Friday the 13th Franchise "Jason lives" put the black eyed master of disaster back on the map, a lot of us fans were anxious to see what would come next from Alice's arsenal of the grotesque. What we got was without a doubt Alice's most brutal and darkest album. Featuring the Crushing yet melodically genius guitar work of Kane Roberts, it was also one of Alice's most musically ambitious projects and the lyrical content was simply stellar. For a while Alice's work had taken on a quirky and campy tongue in cheek kind of vibe. This album however returned Alice to the Nightmarish, Dark and twisted world of albums like "Welcome to my nightmare" and "Alice cooper goes to hell". Even darker and more sinister in a lot of ways. With classic tracks like "Roses on white lace", "Freedom", "Gail", and "Give the radio back"...... "Raise your fist and yell" is a true heavy metal masterpiece!
Godfather of Shock | Reviewer: Frank------ About the album Raise Your Fist And Yell performed by Alice Cooper
This is truly one of the best albums ever recorded by the Godfather of shock.. Alice Cooper. While his career had in some ways fizzled out... The inclusion of Alice's "He's back (the man behind the mask)" in the 6th installment of the Friday the 13th Franchise kinda put the black eyed master of disaster back on the map. Alot of us fans were anxious to see what would come next from Alice's arsenal of the grotesque. What we got was without a doubt Alice's most brutal and darkest album. Featuring the Crushing yet melodically genious guitar work of Kane Roberts.. it was also one of Alice's most musically ambitious projects and the Lyrical content was simply stellar. For a while Alice's work had taken on a quirky and campy tongue in cheek kind of vibe. This album however returned Alice into the Nightmarish, Dark and twisted world of albums like "Welcome to my nightmare" and "Alice cooper goes to hell". Even darker and more sinister in a lot of ways. With like " Roses on white lace", "Freedom", "Gail", and "Give the radio back"...... "Raise your fist and yell" is a true heavy metal masterpiece!
last great album from the original band | Reviewer: rich thomas------ About the album Muscle of Love performed by Alice Cooper
By now I had grown familiar with the faces of the band and was so upset that this was to be their swansong. Being 17 when this was released I could identify with its concept of teenage frustrations. Initionally I had followed Alice because of his horror themes and yet this album contains none although there are still a few shocks. Its a shame that the following albums of Alice became too emotional i.e. Lace and whiskey dosent compete with Muscle of Love
trousers | Reviewer: Craig Richards------ About the album Hey Stoopid performed by Alice Cooper
Another Alice classic , my favourite from the coop , there not many albums that every song is perfect on but this is one of them ,his voice sounds more impressive than ever on all 12 songs and this is such an underated record with songs like loves a loaded gun and might as well be on mars on here - REMEMBER THE COOP.
Underrated, unnoticed, BEST ALBUM | Reviewer: Nathan Nicholas------ About the album Raise Your Fist And Yell performed by Alice Cooper
Depending on whether you liked Alice Cooper more for metal or hard rock may be a factor in ruling this album, but for those kick-ass heavy metal lovers, Raise Your Fist and Yell is awesome. I don't know why this album is so hard to find and is so seldom advertised, but its a real hidden treasure. Personally I got a little tired of the Alice Cooper metal-era-ballads, so this one is refreshing. With heavy tracks like "Freedom", "Step on You", and without a doubt "Roses on White Lace", I fell in love with this combination of the vocalizations of Alice Cooper, the innovative guitar of Kane Roberts, and the pounding, heavy drum beats of Ken K. Mary. Neither Constrictor or Trash could compare in my opinion. Not only is it heavier than usual, but the Kane Roberts guitar licks and riffs are such a treat. At some times there even seems to be progressive elements subtly added in the mix. And with the drums, the double bass kick is truly appreciated. There's still yet to mention the frontman, Alice Cooper. There are some damn catchy melodies and lyrics in this album, all portrayed through Alice's signature raspy voice. Some of the songs I think should definitely been hit songs, yet I think the only hit was "Freedom" (first I heard of it; on VH1 Classic's Metal Mania), and even that isn't shown off very much. A truly magnificent, metal album. I'm baffled at how little it is publicized. It should be regarded as a classic!!!
great f- -king album | Reviewer: Matthew P. Wright------ About the album Special Forces performed by Alice Cooper
I remember when this album came out I think it was before or after went to see Alice in the Twin Cities at the Met center which is no longe there. They ended up outing a fricken mall there. Well anyway went to the concert came out afterwords and someone broke into to my buddys cherry black Pontiac Catalina. Sweet ride well they stoled his car stereo and speakers kickass Pioneer super tuner system. But in the glove box was a bag of Qualudes they never touched so we got lit after the concert and drove back home too LaCrosse Wisconsin. Keep Rockin Vincent.
Amazing | Reviewer: Sparkle------ About the album Billion Dollar Babies performed by Alice Cooper
What possessed me to buy this in 1973? I cannot remember. It was so different to my usual taste in music, but having said that, I remember how thrilled and excited I was when listening to it! I still have my copy in excellent condition, complete with billion dollar note!
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