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Category: Hard Rock / Metal
Label: Eagle Records
Catalog Number: Eagcd181
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Alice Cooper vocals|
Bob Marlette guitar, bass guitar, keyboards, programming
Ryan Roxie guitar
Tim Pierce guitar
Wayne Swinny guitar
Greg Smith bass guitar
Kenny Aronoff drums
Sid Riggs keyboards, programming
2002 Special Edition with bonus disc
|1. ||Triggerman ||4:00|
|2. ||Deeper ||4:36|
|3. ||Dragontown ||5:06|
|4. ||Sex, Death and Money ||3:39|
|5. ||Fantasy Man ||4:05|
|6. ||Somewhere in the Jungle ||5:22|
|7. ||Disgraceland ||3:34|
|8. ||Sister Sara ||4:35|
|9. ||Every Woman Has a Name ||3:45|
|10. ||I Just Wanna Be God ||3:53)|
|11. ||It's Much Too Late ||4:40|
|12. ||The Sentinel ||3:53|
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|Total Running Time:  ||51:08|
|13. ||Can't Sleep, Clowns Will Eat Me ||4:09|
|14. ||Go to Hell live ||3:48|
|15. ||Ballad of Dwight Fry live ||4:27|
|16. ||Brutal Planet remix ||5:27|
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|Total Running Time:|| 17:51|
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: September 14, 2002 at 12:45|
|Lets give it up to Alice. He can keep up this the music of the times but still not sound like a sell out. A friend told me that and after thinking about it i agree. Alice never sounds like a sell-out but still keeps his sound fresh. this album is an example of that. Same old Alice with an updated sound
|From: M. Allen
||Date: September 20, 2002 at 15:30|
|Another monster metal release from one of the living legends of the genre. Yes, it has a modern edge, but basically this is just straight-forward, hard rockin' metal with huge guitars, aggressive riffs, powerful chords, & the distinctive vocals of Cooper himself. Also of interest, Alice is now a professing Christian & you can see that in some of his lyrics ("Much Too Late," for example) but he gets his message across more subtly than other Christian metal groups and to taht I say, Amen.
||Date: November 2, 2002 at 1:28|
|Saw this tour recently. The new songs are aggressive and modern-sounding, but they fit in great alongside his classics. You gotta give him credit for still being an exciting artist after all these years.
||Date: February 12, 2003 at 17:04|
|This CD dominated my CD player for a long time and become a frequent player. Why? Alice, along with a team of professional songwriters, come up with some phenomenal hooks. Also, Alice's lyrical themes have become of much interest to me. He still manages to write disturbing themes yet with a message that is more socially and spiritually conscious. At least as good as 'Brutal Planet' and certainly one of his finest overall. http://www.nolifetilmetal.com/alicecooper.htm
||Date: June 9, 2003 at 5:49|
|Hard to follow up "Brutal Planet" which is in my opinion the best hard rock album of the last 5 years but Alice pulls it off with this one. What's overlooked sometimes is just what great lyrics this guy has. A great songwriter that doesn't dumb it down for his audience and is still able to pen melodies like "It's Much Too Late" here. One of the few "classic" metal artists that has been able to update his sound and still remain relevant while maintaining a "signature" style. Great cd!!
|From: freddy de keyze
||Date: June 9, 2003 at 19:23|
|Far too modern for me. Not my cup of tea at all. Alice has jumped on the bandwagon of modern rock. A pity . This is not melodic at all !
||Date: December 1, 2003 at 21:07|
|It basically features the same line-up as Brutal Planet and it doesn't stray too far from that sound although it is noticeably less heavier in the guitars, and that is what the album is missing. There are definite stand out tracks but there's also some average tracks that are personified by a more rock'n'roll feel with less musical aggression. This is no Trash, no Brutal Planet, no Killer, no Billion Dollar Babies. But it is DragonTown-and it's more than worthy.
||Date: January 3, 2004 at 15:50|
|This is an excellent. It shows you the darker side of Alice and a lot of the songs would go well in the soundtrack to the 'The Crow'
||Date: April 21, 2004 at 23:29|
| it's Alice if you don't have it BUY IT!!!!!!
|From: Big Papa K
||Date: June 25, 2004 at 2:13|
|This album is somewhat of a leftover compilation of songs recorded during the "Brutal Planet" sessions. Nothing on here really is as strong as the songs on "Brutal Planet", but ti is a farely consisten release throughout. 7/10
|From: Aussie Dave
||Date: March 20, 2005 at 17:54|
|After the killer Brutal Planet, this was a bit of a let down. Sound is very similar, but the songs just aren't as strong! Triggerman, I Just Wanna Be God and The Sentinal are all worthy of being on Brutal Planet, but the rest is just a bad attempt at recreating the magic from the previous album. And what was he thinking with Disgraceland? I know it's a bit of fun, but man, what a crap song! Leave these to B-Sides Alice!!!! 6.5/10....
||Date: January 7, 2007 at 14:37|
|In terms of song writing and style this one is identical to it's predecesscor, but for some reason it is much less heavy and the guitars are far less dominate this time around. So while the album is still very, very good. It is not nearly as good as the stellar "Brutal Planet", but let's face it, toping that would have been a feat in it's own. Still a good album and still heavier than 80's sounding Cooper. Good solid songs and a strong album. Worth a listen.
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: June 24, 2011 at 10:40|
|A mistake...an album that is not really what we've always expected by the master of the grotesque shows!!! ...a mix of alternative and "nu metal" that really doesn't suit him...sad indeed...some "good moments" are "Triggerman" that is a very good rocking starter,"Dragontown","Fantasy Man" perhaps another strong cut,"Disgraceland"( ),"Every Woman Has A Name"(nice)& "It's Much Too Late"(nice)...75/100
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