Easy Action Review
One of the most unusual live groups, Alice Cooper, in their second straight album, convey much of the power they possess. The extended "Lay Down and ...
Love It To Death Review
Alice Cooper is artfully absurd third-generation rock, and with improved musicianship and their big hit, "Eighteen," to keep them even more finely tun...
Killer Album Review
Alice Cooper has risen from relative obscruity to international prominence. They are the Peck's bad boys of rock; their onstage antics leave many cold...
School's Out Album Review
Alice Cooper has produced what can be easily considered the best dressed album of 1972. Alice and the rest of the boys in the band and the change char...
Greatest Hits Album Review
Alice Cooper has long been known primarily as a stage act, but when one sits and listens it is evident they are fine musicians, singers and writers an...
Goes To Hell Album Review
Very similar in overall concept to Alice's highly successful 1975 "Welcome
To My Nightmare" LP, even down to the sequencing of hard rock and ballad
Lace and Whiskey Album Review
Alice serves up a heaping plate of thumping, but well-thought-out rock here. In some ways the LP looks back to the days when Alice Cooper was a group,...
Alice Cooper Show Album Review
This is a pastiche of Cooper's more well-known tunes culled from his recent tour. The live versions are filled with the same excitement and emotion as...
From The Inside Album Reivew
This concept album that chronicles Cooper's self-imposed stay in a rehabilitation center to cure his alcohol addiction, is without a doubt his most am...
Flush The Fashion Album Review
Cooper is out to prove he was shocking parents long before any of the punk/new wave bands even thought of going into music. No ballads are present thi...
Special Forces Album Review
"Special Forces" is an appropriate followup to "Flush The Fashion" in that Cooper continues his exploration of sparser sounding audio techniques. His ...
Constrictor Album Review
After series of disappointing releases in recent years, master of rock horror returns with highly refreshing debut MCA set. With Beau (Ratt) Hill prod...
Hey Stoopid Album Review
It must be the '90s if Alice Cooper is singing an anti-drug anthem -- and he's joined by Ozzy Osborne and Slash. Well it is, and the good news is that...
Last Temptation Album Review
Fear not the concept-album specter: Cooper has spun a dark, comic-book story of temptation in its various manifestations that is also, at bottom, just...
It's Me Single Review
Cooper shows a softer, more romantic side on this acoustic-pop moment from the new album, "The Last Temptation." He conjures up earnest, appealing ima...
Twenty years before Marilyn Manson bared his backside, Alice Cooper gave parents plenty to despise. And unlike many of today's wannabes, his band's da...