Alice Cooper Collection

Alice Cooper - Easy Action  Music

Posted by rocknrollsteve at Feb. 3, 2009
Alice Cooper - Easy Action

Alice Cooper - Easy Action (1970)
FLAC (210MB) | MP3 (320kbps CBR, 80MB) | CD Rip | TT: 34:14 | RS.com | Classic Rock

The second Alice Cooper group album and things were starting to come together…
Alice Cooper - "Old School" 1964-1974: Special Edition (2011) {2012, 4CD Box Set}

Alice Cooper - "Old School" 1964-1974: Special Edition (2011) {2012, 4CD Box Set}
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Covers Included (JPG, 300 dpi) | RAR 5% Recovery
Alive / Universal Music #0602537166749 / 3716674
Classic Rock / Hard Rock / Glam Rock / Interview

This extensive collection gathers together four volumes of demos, live performances, interviews, and other ephemeral material from the earliest phases of Detroit shock-glam legends Alice Cooper, and even traces their roots before the band as most know it came to be. The collection begins with the stompy garage psych number "No Price Tag" from Vincent Furnier's pre-AC 1966 band Spiders. Early demos from 1969's Pretties for You album follow, as do radio spots and raw live recordings from the earliest eras of the band, including an 11-minute organ-drone version of "I'm Eighteen," introduced as "a brand-new song" and sounding more like some bastardized take on the Doors than the three-minute confused coming-of-age rocker that wound up on 1971's Love It to Death album…
Alice Cooper - The Studio Albums 1969-1983 (2015) {15 Disc Box Set Rhino-Warner 081227953744}

Alice Cooper - The Studio Albums 1969-1983 (2015) {15 Disc Box Set Rhino-Warner 081227953744}
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© 1969-83, 2015 Rhino / Warner | 081227953744
Rock / Hard Rock / Shock Rock / Glam Rock

Weighing in at 15 CDs, The Studio Albums 1969-1983 is a hefty box set but, at $85, it is relatively affordable considering that it contains everything Alice Cooper – both the band and the man – recorded at Straight and Warner. Whatever bonus material attached to CD reissues over the years has been stripped away – nothing from the 2001 deluxe edition of Billion Dollar Babies, then – and there are no new remasters of the albums, but this set isn't bare bones. The mini-LP replicas contain a few inserts carried over from the vinyl and, more importantly, those early Straight Records are present, which is good because they were out of print for a while. Not everything here is great – he did have a rough patch in the late '70s and early '80s – but it's all interesting, and it's especially nice to be able to get the entire catalog so easily and cheaply.

Alice Cooper - Muscle Of Love `74 & Constrictor `86 (1998)  Music

Posted by v3122 at April 29, 2018
Alice Cooper - Muscle Of Love `74 & Constrictor `86 (1998)

Alice Cooper - Muscle Of Love `74 & Constrictor `86 (1998)
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Hard Rock, Glam | Unofficial Release

Coming off such conceptual, theatrical, sleazy hard rock records as the massively successful School's Out (1972) and Billion Dollar Babies (1973), the Alice Cooper group decided that their next release would be more along the lines of their earlier, more straightforward work (à la Love It to Death). While Muscle of Love was a gold-certified Top Ten success, it performed below expectations (their previous two albums peaked at number two and number one, respectively) and would unfortunately prove to be the original Alice Cooper band's last studio album together…
Alice Cooper - The Alice Cooper Show (1977) {1990, Japan 1st Press}

Alice Cooper - The Alice Cooper Show (1977) {1990, Japan 1st Press}
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Glam Rock, Hard Rock, Classic Rock | Warner-Pioneer Corporation #WPCP-3495

The Alice Cooper Show is a live album by Alice Cooper, released by Warner Bros. in December 1977. It was recorded live in Las Vegas at the Aladdin Hotel on August 19 and 20, 1977, during Cooper's "King of the Silver Screen" United States tour. The TV special Alice Cooper and Friends featured live footage from that tour.

Alice Cooper - Dragontown (2001) {Japan 1st Press}  Music

Posted by popsakov at April 10, 2018
Alice Cooper - Dragontown (2001) {Japan 1st Press}

Alice Cooper - Dragontown (2001) {Japan 1st Press}
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Alternative Rock, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal | Victor Entertainment, Inc. #VICP-61606

Dragontown continues the assault of Alice Cooper's gift to the new millennium that was Brutal Planet. Considered a third chapter of a trilogy initiated by 1994's The Last Temptation, this shadowy production plays like hardcore in slow motion. There is no one identifiable song like "Gimme" or "Brutal Planet" from the last episode, but the production values are high and the innovative riffs consistent. This work stands on its own, chock-full of the dark prince of pop's nasty humor. "It's Much Too Late" is supposed to be for John Lennon, but the Beatlesque backing vocals sound like Carole King's hit from Tapestry on hard drugs. There are references to the sacrilege spread out over Lennon's work from Plastic Ono Band to Imagine, but here Alice takes off the gloves and gives the church the finger: "I'm sending you all to hell/I'm tired and I'm wired here…."
Alice Cooper - Alice Cooper's Greatest Hits (1974) {1991, Japan 1st Press}

Alice Cooper - Alice Cooper's Greatest Hits (1974) {1991, Japan 1st Press}
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Hard Rock, Glam Rock | Warner-Pioneer Corporation #WPCP-4546

With the future of the original Alice Cooper band in doubt by mid-1974 (they would soon break up for good with Alice going solo), Warner Bros. decided to issue a best-of compilation entitled Greatest Hits. If you're a newcomer to Alice, this 12-track compilation is a must-hear – all the selections are exceptional. While many have chosen to focus primarily on Cooper's theatrics over the years, the original bandmembers were indeed supreme rock songwriters; such anthems as "I'm Eighteen," "Under My Wheels," "School's Out," and "No More Mr. Nice Guy" are unquestionably among the finest hard rock tracks of all time. And the other selections prove to be just as strong – "Is It My Body," "Desperado," "Be My Lover," "Elected," "Billion Dollar Babies," and "Muscle of Love" are all outstanding as well. The only criticism of the original release is that the collection overlooked the band's key album tracks never issued as singles.

Alice Cooper - Brutal Planet (2000) {Japan 1st Press}  Music

Posted by popsakov at April 7, 2018
Alice Cooper - Brutal Planet (2000) {Japan 1st Press}

Alice Cooper - Brutal Planet (2000) {Japan 1st Press}
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Hard Rock / Alternative Rock / Industrial Metal / Heavy Metal / Glam
Eagle Records / Polydor K.K. #POCP-7492

For the Alice Cooper fans who feel his output was spotty before and after the 1989 classic Trash on Epic, Brutal Planet is a cause to rejoice. It is a solid hard rock offering. Cooper is in great voice, and he sounds mean and spirited. The title track would be a blessing on radio today. It has great bottom, sizzling guitars, and wonderful backing vocalists. The most impressive thing about this album is Cooper's lyrics. "Sanctuary" could be Lou Reed meets Deep Purple in their heyday. Back in 1987 Cooper performed with an unruly band all over the map. It was very uncomfortable and a far cry from his heyday of "I'm 18" and "Under My Wheels": guitars too loud, and an artist obviously struggling with his personal demons.

Alice Cooper - Trash (1989) {Japan 1st Press}  Music

Posted by popsakov at April 6, 2018
Alice Cooper - Trash (1989) {Japan 1st Press}

Alice Cooper - Trash (1989) {Japan 1st Press}
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Hard Rock, Glam Metal | Epic/Sony Records #25·8P-5278

Trash is the eighteenth studio album released by Alice Cooper in 1989. The album features the single "Poison", Cooper's first top ten hit since his single "You And Me" in 1977 and marked a great success in Cooper's musical career, reaching the Top 20 of various album charts and selling more than two million copies of a studio album. After Alice's return to the music industry with the successful "The Nightmare Returns" tour, Cooper had sought assistance from Desmond Child to create a comeback album. Trash became one of Cooper's biggest albums, accompanied by music videos for "Poison", "Bed of Nails", "House of Fire", and "Only My Heart Talkin'". A successful year-long worldwide concert tour in support of the album was documented in the home video release Alice Cooper Trashes The World.
Alice Cooper - Billion Dollar Babies (1973) {1990, Japan 1st Press}

Alice Cooper - Billion Dollar Babies (1973) {1990, Japan 1st Press}
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Hard Rock, Glam Rock, Art Rock, Classic Rock | Warner-Pioneer Corporation #WPCP-3491

With Billion Dollar Babies, Alice Cooper refined the raw grit of their earlier work in favor of a slightly more polished sound (courtesy of super-producer Bob Ezrin), resulting in a mega-hit album that reached the top of the U.S. album charts. Song for song, Billion Dollar Babies is probably the original Alice Cooper group's finest and strongest. Such tracks as "Hello Hooray," the lethal stomp of the title track, the defiant "Elected" (a rewrite of an earlier song, "Reflected"), and the poison-laced pop candy of "No More Mr. Nice Guy" remain among Cooper's greatest achievements. Also included are a pair of perennial concert standards – the disturbing necrophilia ditty "I Love the Dead" and the chilling macabre of "Sick Things" – as well as such strong, lesser-known selections as "Raped and Freezin'," "Unfinished Sweet," and perhaps Cooper's most overlooked gem, "Generation Landslide."