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Autopsy of a Legend: Greetings, heh-heh friends. It's wonderful to have you join us tonight at the Cutting Edge Medical Centre for this autopsy of a legend. I know how excited most of you were to hear that we would be digging into this groundbreaking FIGURE known as Alice Cooper. It's not often we have a live audience for this type of thing so we have prepared a very special evening for you. Please enjoy the hors d'oeuvres that are being passed around. What's that? What are they...
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Billion Dollar Babies is the album that got Alice Cooper noticed, receiving critical and popular acclaim and reaching number one on all the music trade magazines in 1973. As much as it's a Cooper classic, a glimpse of melodic theater rock, it's also a period piece, a symbol early Seventies rock. For shear pretense, theatre, and absurdity it was hard to beat Alice Cooper. Even current posers who adopt a woman's name and make up can't measure up to the master who pioneered theater and shock rock...
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Sound: Alice Cooper's sound evolved from that of "Trash" to being slightly heavier and more aggressive. It still has the late 80's hair/glam metal sound on many of the tracks, such as "Feed My Frankenstein", but other tracks such as "Snakebite" are distinctly heavier on his 1991 album "Hey Stoopid". There are also a few great ballads on this album, with "Might As Well Be On Mars" in particular being truly outstanding...
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Sound: I view this as something of a cross between Alice's old stuff (ie. Billion Dollar Babies, Schools Out) and his heavier material (ie. Brutal Planet, Dragontown) and I really like the feel of this album. It's great to see Alice has retained most of his vocal ability (although don't expect his voice to be quite as good as it was 20/30 years ago)...
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Sound: This album is not for your 80's Alice Cooper fans, it is for the loyal fans of the Coop. The sound of this album is perfect, I can't stop listening to it. This album was released in 1971 while Alice Cooper was still the name of the band, and not the solo project that would be formed by Vincent (sorry, Alice) in 1975. This album has a couple of really well known songs like "I'm Eighteen" and "Is It My Body," but there are so many great tracks on this album...
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Sound: Alice Cooper, for those who didn't know, is the originator of the highly controversial 'Shock Rock' genre. Yes, that is the music that Marylin Manson is famous for playing. Although Alice Cooper and Marylin Manson are of the same style of music, there is a fair bit of difference between them. Alice Cooper has very clear, sung vocals and has some pretty good songs on 'Brutal Planet'. There is the same heavy guitar riffs and solid drumming underneath it all, however...
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Sound: Welcome 2 My Nightmare is the sequel to Alice Cooper's first release as a solo artist titled 'Welcome To My Nightmare' which was a concept album based around a child character's nightmares. Alice Cooper began writing songs for this album in 2010 after recruiting former members of the Alice Cooper (Band). Some of the songs were also written or co-written by guest songwriters. This list includes Keith Nelson (from Buckcherry), Dick Wagner, Chuck Garric and Ke$ha...
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Sound: This album was released in 1989, right at the height of hair metal's reign. As a result, it is clearly very heavily influenced by bands such as Ratt, Dokken, Motley Crue etc, with crushing guitar riffs, massive choruses and screaming solos. It is famous for the track "Poison", one of Alice's most succesful singles ever. Jon Bon Jovi and Steve Tyler feature as guests on this album, indicating at Alice's growing status and reputation at the time...
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