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||Date: October 5, 2011 at 11:38|
|I hadnt expected much from this album, other than it would be typical of Alice in recent years that it would be a good album, with maybe the odd stand out track, but nothing more than that. How wrong I was, as this is currently my album of the year. I was never what you would call an old school Alice fan as I didnt start listening to him til Trash, and after that only listened to the best of type stuff from his early years. In recent times though I have picked up his entire back catalogue, and while still not blown away by his 70s stuff, I have found a few more gems. Being that this is a sequel to one of those albums, I was quite worried that this would be a step or two down from Along came a spider, which was one of his best since the 80s. This album tho is no 70s throw back. Yes there are elements, but there is so much more as it draws on his entire career. A mix and match of styles where every song is a winner. It may not take over from Trash and Hey stoopid, but its right up there.
||Date: December 12, 2011 at 15:07|
|I disagree with the the previous revue because this is a sellout album. This is boring and uninspired, it is like he took his old 70's songs and put a modern beat and sound effects to them, even rap on one song. Though I like two song, the rest is a waste of time. I don't know what alice (Vincent Furtinand) was thinking when he put this together but no thanks.
||Date: July 7, 2012 at 18:09|
|sense the year 2000....this is no more Alic Cooper!!bad ass hardrock,not my kind of alice cooper style....please bring back "Trash","Hey Stoopid"......!!!
||Date: September 19, 2012 at 19:48|
|Ninjapeter, I am not sure you know what the term sellout means. Producing an album so varied as this that it might put people off is certainly not "selling out", especially when Alice has made a career out of adapting his sound to the times. Flush the fashion was a product of its era, as was Trash and Brutal planet. This though is a throwback to a previous era with a few modern touches here and there. Are you suggesting that Last man on Earth has anything to do with modern music? Or Ghouls gone wild for that matter.
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