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Humanary Stew: A Tribute To Alice Cooper

Alice CooperAudio CD
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listen  8. Billion Dollar Babies (Cover Version)George Lynch 3:57$0.99  Buy MP3 
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (January 11, 1999)
  • Original Release Date: February 23, 1999
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Cleopatra
  • ASIN: B00000GWZ1
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #219,878 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Editorial Reviews

Alice Cooper terrorized parents across America long before Marilyn Manson was out of his dirty diapers. On this album, compiled by former Meat Loaf sideman and one-time Cooper touring guitarist Bob Kulick, members of metal's biggest bands pay tribute to the artist formerly known as Vincent Furnier. New life is breathed into Cooper's classic tunes as hardheads such as Alice in Chains ' Mike Inez, the Who's Roger Daltry, Iron Maiden's Bruce Dickinson, and Slash rework (and add their own distinctive licks to) "No More Mr. Nice Guy," "Billion Dollar Babies," and the anthem for graduating seniors everywhere, "Schools Out." The most unexpected contribution, however, comes from former Deep Purple bassist Glen Hughes, who after spending most of the '90s off the radar screen, wrings out a wickedly dramatic version of "Only Women Bleed," Cooper's dark paean to feminism. --Jaan Uhulzski

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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars If you want covers of Alices stuff, Buy It June 8, 1999
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
Here's a more complete list of who is on the album and where they come from. All the songs are good versions and stick so close to Alices originals that uniformed listeners may ealily mistake them for Alice (except for Elected, but hey, it's Steve Jones).
Joe Elliott - Def Leopard / Phil Collen - Def Leopard / Bob Kulick - Meat Loaf, Queen / Pat Torpey - David Lee Roth Band / Clarence Clemons - E Street Band
Dave Mustaine - Megadeth / Marty Friedman - Megadeth / Bob Daisley - Black Sabbath, Ozzy Osbourne, Uriah Heep / Eric Singer - Kiss
Roger Daltrey - The Who / Slash - GnR / Mike Inez - Alice In Chains / Carmine Appice - Vanilla Fudge
Ronnie James Dio - Dio, Black Sabbath / Steve Lukather - Toto / Phil Soussan - Ozzy Osbourne, Vince Neil, Billy Idol / Randy Castillo - Ozzy Osbourne
Vince Neil - Motley Crue / Mick Mars - Motley Crue / Billy Sheehan - David Lee Roth Band / Simon Phillips - Toto, Mick Jagger
Bruce Dickinson - Iron Maiden / Adrian Smith - Iron Maiden / Tony Franklin - The Firm / Tommy Aldridge - Ozzy Osbourne, Whitesnake
Dee Snider - Twisted Sister / Zakk Wylde - Ozzy Osbourne / Rudy Sarzo - Quiet Riot / Frankie Banali - Quiet Riot
Phil Lewis - La Guns / George Lynch - Dokken / Stu Hamm - Steve Vai, Joe Satriani / Vinnie Colaiuta - Frank Zappa / Derek Sherinian - Alice Cooper
Glenn Hughs - Deep Purple / Don Dokken - Dokken / John Norum - Dokken / Tim Bogert - Vanilla Fudge, Beck
Steve Jones - Sex Pistols / Duff McKagen - GnR / Matt Sorum - GnR
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
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Another decent tribute CD put out on the Cleopatra label. Not great, but okay. Worth pulling out for a listen now and then. Many well established artists lend their time and effort for the making of this disc. A complete different line-up on each of the eleven tracks. Cuts I enjoyed the most were "No More Mr. Nice Guy" by Roger Daltrey, "Welcome To My Nightmare" by Ronnie James Dio, "Billion Dollar Babies" by L. A. Gun's Phil Lewis and "Elected" by Sex Pistol's guitarist Steve Jones. Believe there are a couple of other Cooper tribute CD's out there.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Alice Cooper Rules and so does this tribute November 26, 1999
Format:Audio CD
This is a very good album. The songs are all very good musically and there are some amazing musicians on this album. All on one CD you've got guitarists like Slash, Mick Mars and Marty Friedman, you've got Ronnie James Dio and Bruce Dickinson on vocals and the list goes on. In my view the highlights are Schools out (With Dave Mustaine and Marty Friedman from Megadeth), Cold Ethyl(With Vince Niel and Mick Mars from Motley Crue) and Go to Hell (With shock rock deity Dee Snider and Ex-Ozzy guitar whizz/beer monster Zakk Wylde). All the songs on this album are very well performed, this is the sort of album you can listen to all the way through without being tempted to hit that skip track button.
I bought this album as a birthday present for my dad (a big Alice Cooper fan) and he liked it a lot too. I have listened to it a few times and might just have to buy my own copy.
The only dissappointment for me is that many of the great musicians that collaborated with Alice on 'Trash' and 'Hey Stoopid' did not appear on this album. For example: Steve Vai, Joe Satriani, Ozzy, Joe Perry, Steve Tyler, Zodiac Mindwarp (They wrote 'feed my frankenstein'), Richie Sambora and Jon Bon Jovi. Had these superstars contributed as well then this great album could have been even greater. I am not too dissappointed that songs off hey stoopid and trash were not covered because those songs already have lots of guest stars on them, and are just about as good as tock music gets . However I do feel that if someone did decide to do a tribute to Alice's eighties albums then it would be pretty awesome, just so long as the quality of musicians remained constant and the artists who appeared on the original tracks only played on tracks that they did not originally perform.
This is a great tribute to early Alice, Buy it!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars One of the best tribute albums April 20, 2001
Format:Audio CD
OK, we all know that tribute albums generally suck, but this one delivers the goods and then some. Instead of relying on bands to cover each song, different musicians from different bands join together for each track. That way we have Dave Mustaine and Marty Friedman (Megadeth) joining Eric Singer (Kiss) and Bob Daisley (Sabbath/Ozzy) for School's Out. All the tracks feature this mix-up approach that works remarkably well and gives each song a fresh feel. The album rocks from start to finish, and most of Alice's hits are included. Also the musicians included truly pay tribute by sticking pretty close to the original arrangement of the song, this a good thing or bad thing depending on your point of view, the only real difference is that the songs sound a lot heavier!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great tribute album September 22, 2005
By sevry
Format:Audio CD
Maybe one of the best tribute albums ever done. For those fans who prefer his more raspy voice and under-mixed guitar sound of Cooper himself, or the dated 'punk' interpretations on another tribute album, this won't seem to be what is it. This is a heavier, more produced, less of a garage-band sound, than the other. And so the songs play well, even after repeated listening. These are very strong covers of some of Cooper's greatest hits, his best work. And they show that he was behind some very well-composed tunes, that Cooper wasn't just shock and 'entertainment', but he was a composer and musician who spoke to some truths, on occasion. The complaint, again, that I've seen is that people do not prefer a faithful tribute, but that if cover bands are used that they cover in the style which they normally play. Even if not 'punk', if the CCM Guardian covered Elected, say, the critics would desire that it sound like Guardian. But I think there's definitely a place for covers produced in the way that is done here. I think it can be both.

While one may not approve of Cooper's own views or stage presence, or of the lyrics of certain songs (the putatively satirical Cold Ethyl, for ex, which I don't think is funny), other songs speak to a truth such as the stand-outs Eighteen, Elected, and of course the classic, Billion Dollar Babies. In terms of performance, only the signature - School's Out - is a little flat or weak compared to Cooper's own renditions. But even the silly ballad, Even Women Bleed, is well produced here. It's a must-have CD, in other words.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Humanary Stew: A Tribute To Alice Cooper
I'm a big very big Alice Cooper fan so this was great buy. I was so happy to be able to get in in MP3 format.
Published 7 months ago by Carissa Farless
5.0 out of 5 stars Smok'n!
Every song on this disc is a treat with stellar performances from a plethora of talented hard rock muscians! Alice would be proud. Well done renditions and great production! Read more
Published 18 months ago by M. V. Cox
4.0 out of 5 stars Surprisingly good Alice Cooper tribute album
Tribute albums tend to be pretty hit and miss, and the ones from Cleopatra/Deadline tend to be worse than most, what with their tendency to feature just about any unemployed hair... Read more
Published 22 months ago by Justin G.
5.0 out of 5 stars Alice must be pleased
It's quite amazing to find an album like this. Some of the best singers and musicians ever, give us a killing C.D. Read more
Published on August 4, 2006 by Cecil B Demented
1.0 out of 5 stars Save Your Money
As much as I want to like this disc, I find it impossible to get past two major obstacles: unbalanced production and weak performances. Read more
Published on January 3, 2000
5.0 out of 5 stars Alice Cooper Rules and so does this tribute
This is a very good album. The songs are all very good musically and there are some amazing musicians on this album. Read more
Published on November 26, 1999
5.0 out of 5 stars awesome tribute
in my opinion this is one of the best tributes i have ever purchased, the variety of artists that are on this is awesome, some of the best cover versions ive ever heard, i would... Read more
Published on July 7, 1999 by etmill01
5.0 out of 5 stars A fitting tribute....
Many of the "tribute" records of today are bland and don't do the original artist's justice. "Humanary Stew" is LOADED with Talent... Read more
Published on March 16, 1999
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