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I see several reveiwers slammed Alice for the electric drums, and synth use on this disk, but that was just a product of the times. What is great about Alice Cooper is that he wasn't using the latest technology as a crutch, but rather he used it to enhance his songs. It's great that Alice Cooper is willing to take risks and try out various musical styles.Read more ›
A little background on this album, it was 1986, Alice Cooper had finally finished his rehab, and had to plunge back into the Rock and Roll universe with a Return album, and what better way to do it then make a corporate hair metal cd (some say) however the way it really should be is what better way... then to make a Rock and Roll Masterpiece. This album got Alice back in toon with himself in a way, and the Tour that supported this album - The Nightmare Returns was good if not great. Now lets look at the cd itself. As a great carreer move Alice hired Guitarist Kane Roberts which was a great great choice due to him co writing the lyrics on the songs, and coming up with some of the best riffs to ever hit Rock and Roll. Kip Winger from the band (Winger) this was Kips first mainstream musical job. and alot of other musicians that helped to make this album great.
The cd is released in a Jewel cd case for the ultimate protection, and the disc has been remastered to perfection. 5/5
The inserts of the cd are good, with an adress to write to Alice Cooper (now out of date) and Lyrics and a Great album Cover. Then the back inserts have the songs and times listed, and a picture of Alice and a snake. 5/5
Teenage Frankenstein - A great opener for this Album some of the best Cooper lyrics and music to back it up, its a great great song. 5/5
Give it Up - One of Coopers old school style party hard songs that he managed to pump up into this song, great guitar solo here.Read more ›
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After Da Da was released in 1983, The Coop retired for three years. And then made he's return with Constrictor! This was the first time I heard The Coop! Read morePublished 14 months ago by Josh Impinto
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