The Trash LP was released in 1989. With this record, Alice returns to the prominence linked to the albums of yesteryear. The album is birthed to life with the opening track, “Poison,” which quickly becomes the most prominent hit since “School’s Out” reaching #7 in the U.S. and #2 in the UK.
This week we re-visit Trash, an album that firmly placed Alice back into Top 20 status in both the US and UK. The record was released in 1989, and the song “Poison” was the ultimate catalyst for the album’s success. The LP also featured collaborative works with Jon Bon Jovi and Steven Tyler. This week’s post focuses on “Hell Is Living Without You.”
‘Trash’ was released in 1989. Alice returns to the prominence linked to the albums of yesteryear with ‘Trash’ reaching #20 in U.S. and #2 in the UK. This week’s post focuses on the song “Poison” from the album. Moving in a slightly new direction, production-wise, Alice teams up with Desmond Child to write songs and produce an album which steers his career back towards the days of the Alice Cooper Group and his first solo album, “Welcome To My Nightmare”.