The lone single, a cover of The Move's "Do Ya", did not chart. Lead vocals for "2 Young 2 Die" were provided by rhythm guitarist and backing vocalist Richie Scarlet. Paul Stanley. Paul Stanley is a solo album from American musician Paul Stanley, the singer-songwriter being best known for serving as the rhythm guitarist and lead vocalist of hard rock band Kiss.
It is the only release out of the four Kiss solo albums to feature all original songs, as Simmons, Criss and Frehley each recorded one cover song on their albums. Alice Cooper Albums. Alice Cooper.
Paranormal is the twentieth solo album by Alice Cooper, released on July 28, It features three tracks performed by the "classic" line-up of the Alice Cooper band plus Larry Mullen Jr. Welcome 2 My Nightmare. Peaking at No. The album is a sequel to his album Welcome to My Nightmare. The idea for the album came about soon after the thirtieth anniversary of the original Welcome to My Nightmare album, while Cooper was talking with producer Bob Ezrin, who proposed the idea of a sequel to Welcome to My Nightmare.
Cleanced By Fire. Lost In America I can't get a girl cuz I ain't got a car I can't get a car cuz I ain't got a job I can't get a job cuz I ain't got a car So I'm looking for a girl with a job and a car Don't you know where you are Lost in America I got a mom but I ain't got a dad My dad's got a wife but she ain't my mom Mom's looking for a man to be my dad But I want my mom and to be my real mom and dad Is that so bad Oh, I think I've been had Lost in America Well, I live at the Well, I'm tryin' to play this guitar Well, I'm learning "Stairway to Heaven" Cuz Heaven's where you are I can't go to school cuz I ain't got a gun I ain't got a gun cuz I ain't got a job I ain't got a job cuz I can't go to school So I'm looking for a girl with a gun and a job Don't you know where you are Lost in America 4.
See all reviews from the United States. Top international reviews. Translate all reviews to English. Oly bWomen Bleed is a schmaltzy slab of almost-forgotten 70s kitschthe songwriting is hit-and miss, as per usual. The production [synthesisers were 'new' at this time, but they sound badly dated here] A pretty lame offering although I only spun it onceI will give it another chance though. All we get from Cooper in this turbulent musical time is a so-so live album that sounds like it has been edited and over-dubbed to death Don't exactly love this to death THE BIGGEST LOSS here is the woefully shrunken-down album artwork in these 5-inch postage-stamp-like affairs that kill all the creativity of the original 'gimmicky masterpieces' that made up the vinyl originals [original Coop fans will know what I am on about here] FIVE STARS OVERALL, though, nonetheless: yes the remastering is non-existant but the value of these inconsistent works makes for great s period-revisiting, at a price [for five albums] that probably works out at the same as one vinyl album first time around [allowing for inflation] Can't argue with that: I will be spinning these a-plenty.
It took 2 weeks to arrive but all is well. Thank you for your feedback. Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again. Ok, this has to be the bargain of the century. Four classic Alice Cooper albums, and a "bonus" live one, all for under a tenner. The albums themselves are in cardboard sleeves, which themselves are replicas of the original album sleeves.
Not the best quality printing, but for the price I think this can be forgiven. It's nearly a greatest hits album in it's own right. Probably the weakest of the albums here, but it's up against some pretty stiff competition. Welcome to my Nightmare The first of Alice's solo albums and it's an absolute corker. A dark and theatrical concept album. Plus it's got Vincent Price on it. Which is nice. The Alice Cooper Show An early 70's live show and my first taste of classic era Alice Cooper, so this album will always have a special place in my heart.
It sounds like they've remastered this compared to the original vinyl as the tracks are slightly longer, and there is more of the crowd noise between tracks than I remember but hey, it's been a couple of decades since I last heard this album. A much better live album than it's poor reputation suggests. So there you go, two stone cold classics, two bloody good ones and a live album.
When you're talking only two quid an album here then buying this should be a no-brainer. If you're missing more than one of these albums, or are looking for a cheap way for upgrading your vinyl collection then buying the compilation is well worth it.
Follows on from where volume 1 finished - Good value for money and a CD box set like this takes the same CD shelf space as 1 regular Cd in a plastic "jewel" case. OK it's Alice Cooper not always doing what you expect musically but genuinely worth listening to.
I've got the originals on vinyl and don't like downloads so to hear them again in their entirety I bought this for playing in the car. Although some of the albums such as Billion Dollar Babies are better than other I've given it 5 stars as it's great value for money.
Load more international reviews. So much great music on this collection. I hope Alice is getting most of the money because it is very cheap.
All is O. Brilliant albums. Five great albums, one great low price. Album Rating: 4. It's another great ballad of his. Album Rating: 3. Good review. Alice Cooper The Last Temptation 4. Review by Pedro B. Review Summary: The party's over; now it's time to unwind. Rank: for
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