Stand (Dirty Diamonds, 2005)

This week we revisit the “Dirty Diamonds” album released in 2005. Focusing on the bonus track, “Stand”, we find Alice teaming up with a unique artist. The song mixes the growling tones of Alice’s voice with his first-ever hip-hop collaboration. The actor/rapper, Xzibit, is the featured performer in the song and oddly enough, the pair masterfully mix together to create…

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Teenage Frankenstein (Constrictor, 1986)

“Constrictor”, released in 1986, is Alice’s ninth solo studio album. The album has him returning after a three year hiatus from the music industry. The product of that time spent away gave Alice the chance to redirect himself – breaking ties with Warner Bros. records, replenishing his health, and focusing on his new addiction, golf. All of these factors helped bring…

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School’s Out (School’s Out, 1972)

In 1972, the Alice Cooper band released School’s Out, their 5th studio album. A follow-up album to Killer, School’s Out reached No. 4 on the UK album charts, No. 2 on the US Billboard 200, and No. 1 on the Canadian RPM Top 100. Some, including Ian Chapman, have claimed the album is a concept piece telling the story of innocence lost after the ‘dear old golden…

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The Sound of A (Paranormal, 2017)

‘The Sound of A’ from the Paranormal LP is our next focus. A creepy song influenced heavily by the psychedelic movement in the late 60s – the story that comes with this song is fascinating. Dennis Dunaway, original bass player for the Alice Cooper band, brought the song into the mix for the Paranormal album. The song is reported to be the very first song…

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I’m Eighteen (Love It To Death, 1971)

This week we look at the Alice Cooper band’s breakthrough song from the ‘Love It To Death‘ album. ‘I’m Eighteen’, reaching #21 on the Billboard chart in April 1971, has become one of the most well-known anthems of youth and the feelings attached to adolescence. All the band members contributed to the writing process and Bob Ezrin masterfully edited an 8-plus…

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Hello Hooray (Billion Dollar Babies, 1973)

This week is the last part of three posts looking at the narrative of life as a three-part play. Those acts being the Fall, Redemption, and Restoration of mankind. The previous week’s posts used the songs ‘Pain’ and ‘Novocaine’ to respectively reflect upon the Fall and Redemption of mankind. This week we look at the song, ‘Hello Hooray’ from the album, ‘Billion Dollar…

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Novocaine (The Eyes of Alice Cooper, 2003)

This week is the second part of a three-part post. Last week’s post was about the song ‘Pain‘ (be sure to check that one out if you haven’t already). This week we look at the song ‘Novocaine’ from the album, ‘The Eyes of Alice Cooper‘. Another modern-day throwback to the original Alice Cooper band, this song has a definite ’70s vibe in both ambiance and production…

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Pain (Flush The Fashion, 1980)

‘Flush The Fashion‘ is Alice’s twelfth studio album. Released in 1980, it falls under an umbrella of genres from Rock, Hard Rock, to New Wave. With a mixture of sarcasm and some story-based songs, the album still delivers a Cooper-based vibe and feel with songs such as: “Talk Talk”, “Clones (We’re All)”, “Model Citizen”, “Grim Facts”, and “Headlines”. All of which will likely…

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It’s Me (The Last Temptation, 1994)

Today is ‘Good Friday’, the Friday before Easter. The church traditionally sets aside this day to commemorate the Crucifixion of our Lord, Jesus Christ. Some make it a day of fasting, penance, and meditation, yet there is no right or wrong way of observing this day. Today and this weekend are a celebration of the definitive message within God’s Word – our Salvation…

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Every Woman Has A Name (Dragontown, 2001)

"Every Woman Has A Name" Lyrics: You were so beautiful Like a child so young and full of life Seems a hundred years ago You saw everything So much more tragedy than good You even watched the world grow cold And even when your world was shakin' Even when your breath...

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Alice Cooper: The World Belongs to Satan

This interview is posted on DeonVSEarth's YouTube channel. However, not sure exactly who the interviewee is or when it occurred. It seems like it may have taken place in the mid-90s - maybe 95 or 96. There's also a LCIINC watermark at the bottom left. NOTE: *If anyone...

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