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Second studio album by the band which lives and breathes the spontaneous magic of three megastars - Alice Cooper, Joe Perry, and Hollywood star Johnny Depp. Consisting mainly of original material, as well as covers of songs such as David Bowie's 'Heroes', sung by Johnny Depp and Johnny Thunder's 'You Can't Put Your Arms Around a Memory', sung by Joe Perry, this album is purely rock 'n' roll.
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1st track .... I want my now .... kicks in and YES it doesn’t disappoint, great intro then Alice fires up the vocals
Everything ok even the track Welcome to Bushwackers...but come on We Gotta Rise...
Which soccer terrace have they been standing on?????
Bit tongue in check if you ask me
Love Heroes....Johnny Depp does it proud
Other than Rise all tracks are very good and if your an Alice,Johnny or Joe fan you’ll not be disappointed
Musically ( all musicians backing,session, guests included) as you would expect from a project of this magnitude.
Definitely worth a purchase and now looking forward to a tour in the U.K.
As for Album of the year...........we’ll see come December 🤪
Rise is a very good album with some belters of rock tracks by the band and one cover track that is a tribute to their pal David Bowie "Heroes" a brilliant version. One track 'We Gotta Rise' sounds like the boys have been listening to Fat Les's Vindaloo, I usually skip over that one. Good to see the band evolving playing some good music and I still think they are having a good time doing it.
I suppose that "the elephant in the room" is the cover of the late David Bowie's "Heroes". This is a thoughtful and respectful cover with amazing vocals by Johnny Depp. Some will hate it just because it was one of Bowie's signature hits; I can understand that depth of feeling but I, for one, love the song.
Brilliant work from all concerned but the limelight shines on Cooper, Perry and Depp. I could listen to The Hollywood Vampires all day ( and I have, many times) and I don't think that there is a duff song on the album.
they where great. You can’t go wrong with alice cooper,joe perry, and johnny depp who’s version of bowie’s heroes is great
Really good album
The only track that stand out of note in Johnny Depp's version of Heroes and to be honest I did not even like Bowie's version in the first place.