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A Fistful of Alice
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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Guardian Records
Catalog Number: 7243 8 33080 2 6
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Alice Cooper lead vocals|
Reb Beach guitar, backing vocals
Ryan Roxie guitar
Paul Taylor keyboards, guitar
Todd Jensen bass, backing vocals
Jimmy DeGrasso drums
Rob Zombie guest vocals on Elected and Feed My Frankenstein
Slash lead guitar on Lost in America, Only Women Bleed and Elected
Sammy Hagar lead guitar on School's Out
Re-issued in 2005 as 'Live At Cabo Wabo '96'
|1. ||School's Out live ||4:21|
|2. ||I'm Eighteen live ||3:47|
|3. ||Desperado live ||4:10|
|4. ||Lost in America live ||4:14|
|5. ||Teenage Lament '74 live ||3:28|
|6. ||I Never Cry live ||3:53|
|7. ||Poison live ||4:50|
|8. ||Billion Dollar Babies live ||3:21|
|9. ||Welcome to My Nightmare live ||4:59|
|10. ||Only Women Bleed live ||6:54|
|11. ||Feed My Frankenstein live ||4:29|
|12. ||Elected live ||5:00|
|13. ||Is Anyone Home? studio track ||4:21|
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|Total Running Time:|| 57:47|
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: June 30, 2001 at 22:45|
|A great disc of live material from the man called Alice. Many guests on this one, a "fun" disc to listen to. Not to be taken too seriously, this show was meant to be "just for fun" & it does show on disc. Alot of the classicks & some newer fan favorites. This is one disc even the casual Alice fans can get into. Listen for yourself. SIXXSWINE-9.0 on the SWINE SCALE!
||Date: August 21, 2002 at 19:59|
|Better than his earlier live album "The Alice Cooper Show". Great live sound, great songs. What more could you want!
|From: Alice Cooper
||Date: February 22, 2003 at 15:35|
|I LOVE THIS CD I WANT IT but i only wish I love The dead was on it but overall its great
||Date: August 23, 2003 at 11:38|
|I have always been an on the edge Alice fan, so this album is hit and miss for me. I'm glad I paid only $3.99 for it, it is well worth that price. Has some real classic material on it.
||Date: November 30, 2003 at 4:19|
|I also agree that this album was a definite cut above the 1977 live ablum, The Alice Cooper Show. The performances are solid, the band tight, Alice's vocals are strong; something indicitive of the fact that Alice had surrounded himself with a relatively young band by 1996. It should be noted that the Japanese version contains live "Clones" and "Bed of Nails." My only regret for AFOA is that the bonus studio track, "Is Anyone Home?," was/has never been performed live. Perhaps some day?
||Date: January 7, 2007 at 14:17|
|Cool collection of current Cooper hits and old Cooper classics. Having all of Alice's stuff, I know it can sometimes be a little up and down in consistancy. So greatest hits packages are always a safe bet with Alice. All killer and no filler as usual. So as usual I will recomend this one too!
||Date: July 12, 2010 at 10:17|
|alice cooper live i had to buy it great album good production and great musicians on it
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