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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1983

Label: Warner Brothers

Catalog Number: 7599-23969-2

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Personnel
Alice Cooper vocals
Dick Wagner guitars, bass, vocals
Graham Shaw keyboard, vocals
Bob Ezrin keyboards, drums, percussion, vocals
Richard Kolinka drums (on "Forner Lee Warmer", "Scarlet And Sheba," and "Pass The Gun Around")
John Anderson Drums On Fresh Blood
John Prakash Bass On Fresh Blood
Tracks
1.  DaDa  4:45
2.  Enough's Enough  4:19
3.  Former Lee Warmer  4:07
4.  No Manís Land  3:51
5.  Dyslexia  4:25
6.  Scarlet and Sheba  5:18
7.  I Love America  3:50
8.  Fresh Blood  5:54
9.  Pass the Gun Around  5:46
  
Total Running Time:  42:15

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From: Gar Date: March 15, 2004 at 17:41
Definitely not his best, but hey... it's the Coop. You still gotta check it out. Personal faves are "No Man's Land" and the hilarious "I Love America". Can't remember too much about the other tracks at the moment, but this one's probably worth it just for the 2 I mentioned. It definitely showcases Alice's twisted sense of humor.

From: Big Papa K Date: June 25, 2004 at 2:00
This is by far the weirdest and most disturbing album Cooper ever released. This is also one of his best. Not an album really for fans of melodic rock, this one has a lot of new wave influences. Bob Ezrin with a great production job as usual. One of the most underrated concept album ever released. You can't listen to "I Love America" without laughing. 9/10

From: Rycheage Date: September 25, 2004 at 12:42
This is one album that has not aged well. At the time of release, because of its weird factor, was not immediately accepted into mainstream rock circles. It's still our beloved Alice and I agree with the reviews here that you can't listen to "I Love America" with a straight face.

From: Mark K Date: February 27, 2005 at 19:23
A pretty good Alice Cooper album. He still has the new wave stuff going on but the songwriting is really good. Pass The Gun Around is one of his best songs ever, Former Lee Warmer is classic scary Cooper, and I Love America showcases him in all his twisted humorous glory. Not bad song on here in my opinion. I gave it an 8.

From: Aussie Dave Date: March 17, 2005 at 17:50
Total crap. Do not waste your money trying to track this down. This was Alice's lowest point in his career. Most of the songs could have been written by a 5 year old. The sound has dated very badly and thank god he started to lift his game from the next album on. I Love America is about the only thing worth listening to on here, and even that is just bearable after the first listen. In a word RUBBISH! 2/10....

From: scott Date: December 16, 2005 at 9:34
Back in '82, this Alice Cooper fan was just happy that Alice was shedding the new wave sound and returning to his former self, albeit only slightly. The opening title track, although far from the metal, punk and hard rock of the past, is perhaps the most eerie track Alice has ever done. This was yet another colaboration between Alice and Bob Ezrin. When Ezrin was on, he was great (Destroyer, The Wall, Welcome to My Nightmare, etc.) When he was off, he was really off as this album proves.

From: DNOMYTE Date: May 22, 2009 at 19:47
his weirdest album ever, buy it, one of favs, A++++++++


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