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Alice Cooper - The Eyes of Alice Cooper - 2003  Music

Posted by mfrwiz at Aug. 23, 2009
Alice Cooper - The Eyes of Alice Cooper - 2003

Alice Cooper - The Eyes of Alice Cooper - 2003
Lossless (Flac Image File + Cue + Log + Audiochecker Log): 330 Mb | EAC Secure Mode Rip | Mp3 (CBR 320 kbps): 129 Mb | HQ Scans
Audio CD (September 30, 2003) - Original Release Date: September 23, 2003 - Number of Discs: 1 - Label: Eagle Records - ASIN: B0000C7PQW
Hard Rock

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}
EAC Rip | WavPack (Img) + Cue + Log ~ 383 Mb | MP3 CBR320 ~ 128 Mb
Covers Included (JPG, 300 dpi) | RAR 5% Recovery
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 - 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}
EAC Rip | WavPack (Img) + Cue + Log ~ 404 Mb | MP3 CBR320 ~ 131 Mb
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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}
EAC Rip | WavPack (Img) + Cue + Log ~ 374 Mb | MP3 CBR320 ~ 127 Mb
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Hard Rock, Glam Metal | Epic/Sony Records #25ยท8P-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}
EAC Rip | WavPack (Img) + Cue + Log ~ 252 Mb | MP3 CBR320 ~ 104 Mb
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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."

Alice Cooper - School's Out (1972) {1990, Japan 1st Press}  Music

Posted by popsakov at April 5, 2018
Alice Cooper - School's Out (1972) {1990, Japan 1st Press}

Alice Cooper - School's Out (1972) {1990, Japan 1st Press}
EAC Rip | WavPack (Img) + Cue + Log ~ 229 Mb | MP3 CBR320 ~ 94 Mb
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Glam Rock, Hard Rock, Art Rock | Warner-Pioneer Corporation #WPCP-3490

School's Out catapulted Alice Cooper into the hard rock stratosphere, largely due to its timeless, all-time classic title track. But while the song became Alice's highest-charting single ever (reaching number seven on the U.S. charts) and recalled the brash, three-and-a-half-minute garage rock of yore, the majority of the album signaled a more complex compositional directional for the band. Unlike Cooper's previous releases (Love It to Death, Killer), which contained several instantly identifiable hard rock classics, School's Out appears to be a concept album, and aside from the aforementioned title track anthem, few of the other tracks have ever popped up in concert.

Alice Cooper - Killer (1971) {1990, Japan 1st Press}  Music

Posted by popsakov at April 5, 2018
Alice Cooper - Killer (1971) {1990, Japan 1st Press}

Alice Cooper - Killer (1971) {1990, Japan 1st Press}
EAC Rip | WavPack (Img) + Cue + Log ~ 213 Mb | MP3 CBR320 ~ 93 Mb
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Classic Rock, Hard Rock | Warner-Pioneer Corporation #WPCP-3489

Alice Cooper wasted little time following up the breakthrough success of Love It to Death with another album released the same year, Killer. Again, producer Bob Ezrin was on board and helps the group solidify their heavy rock (yet wide-ranging) style even further. The band's stage show dealt with the macabre, and such disturbing tracks as "Dead Babies" and the title track fit in perfectly. Other songs were even more exceptional, such as the perennial barnstorming concert standard "Under My Wheels," the melodic yet gritty "Be My Lover," and the tribute to their fallen friend Jim Morrison, "Desperado."
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}
EAC Rip | WavPack (Img) + Cue + Log ~ 1,66 Gb | MP3 CBR320 ~ 664 Mb
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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 - Love It To Death (1971) {1990, Japan 1st Press}  Music

Posted by popsakov at April 1, 2018
Alice Cooper - Love It To Death (1971) {1990, Japan 1st Press}

Alice Cooper - Love It To Death (1971) {1990, Japan 1st Press}
EAC Rip | WavPack (Img) + Cue + Log ~ 220 Mb | MP3 CBR320 ~ 93 Mb
Covers Included (JPG, 300 dpi) | RAR 5% Recovery
Classic Rock, Hard Rock | Warner-Pioneer Corporation #WPCP-3488

Alice Cooper's third album, Love It to Death, can be pinpointed as the release when everything began to come together for the band. Their first couple of albums (Pretties for You and Easy Action) were both largely psychedelic/acid rock affairs and bore little comparison to the band's eventual rip-roaring, teenage-anthem direction. The main reason for the quintet's change was that the eventually legendary producer Bob Ezrin was on board for the first time and helped the Coopers focus their songwriting and sound, while they also perfected their trashy, violent, and theatrical stage show and image. One of the band's most instantly identifiable anthems, "I'm Eighteen," was what made the album a hit, as well as another classic, "Is It My Body." But like Alice Cooper's other albums from the early '70s, it was an incredibly consistent listen from beginning to end.

Alice Cooper - The Sound of A (EP) (2018)  Music

Posted by Domestos at March 27, 2018
Alice Cooper - The Sound of A (EP) (2018)

Alice Cooper - The Sound of A (EP) (2018)
WEB FLAC (tracks) ~ 112.87 Mb | 16:31 | Cover
Hard Rock | Country: USA | Label: earMUSIC

'The Sound Of A' was written back in 1967, and was actually the first song Alice Cooper wrote entirely on his own. It was forgotten until Dennis Dunaway, the bass player of the original Alice Cooper band, rediscovered it and played it to Alice, after which the two of them updated the song and then recorded it for the "Paranormal" album. The EP also includes unreleased ALICE COOPER live songs from the show on May 6, 2016 in Columbus (Ohio).