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Band Name Alice Cooper. Album Name You're All Crazier Than I Am. Type Bootleg. Erscheinungsdatum 1989. Musik GenreHard-Rock. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen0. 2. Billion Dollars Babies. 8. Welcome to My Nightmare. 10. No More Mr. Nice Guy.
Alice Cooper has been many things in his time: a rock god, a chicken-chucker, a guillotine-operator, a welcomer of nightmares – and now, it seems, a dewy-eyed advocate for the teaching of classical music in schools. I was lucky because my producer on that album, Bob Ezrin, was classically trained, so a lot of the musical themes you hear – like Steven’s – he was able to craft in. We would get to a certain point and he would say, let’s go back to that theme here, let’s weave it in, to remind them. That’s a classical device. But I think they would have been a lot crazier than we were. Prokofiev a proto-rock shocker? Far from an aberration in a career of metal high-jinks, Cooper’s narration for Peter and the Wolf in Hollywood seems like an act of homage to a musician who was even more extreme than him.
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Alice Cooper became the band and the man, the two fused in an explosion of rock’n’roll outrage that has spanned four decades and lays claim to the accidental invention of glam and punk, and the intentional invention of shock rock – a free-form riot of excess that has, over the years, involved mind-scrambling acts of self-evisceration and infanticide (fake). and heart-stopping acts of chemical bravado and liquid insanity (real), all wrapped around razor-sharp slices of downtown glitter punk that spoke of cheerful subjects like sex with the dead and serial murder. I Am the Future – the theme song to outrageous punksploitation b-movie Class of 1984 – is the album’s sole highlight. The rest is blah power-pop and listless new wave baloney. Raise Your Fist and Yell (1987). The worst of Alice’s glam-metal comeback records, Fist is Coop at his most pandering and ponderous.
Raise Your Fist and Yell is the seventeenth studio album by rock musician Alice Cooper released on September 5th 1987. It features the track Prince of Darkness, which is featured very briefly in the John Carpenter film of the same name, in which Cooper has a cameo as a murderous vagrant. The song can be heard on the Walkman of one of his victims. A music video was made for the song Freedom, which also became the album's sole single
|A1||Introductiion By Wolfman Jack||2:59|
|A2||Public Animal #9||5:54|
|A3||Be My Lover||2:23|
|A5||Is It My Body||7:20|
|B1||Halo Of Flies||10:54|
|B2||Gutter Cats Vs. The Jets||3:30|
|C3||Long Way To Go||3:33|
|D2||Gutter Cats Vs. The Jets||3:08|
- Recorded At – Hollywood Bowl
NotesRecorded Live at Hollywood Bowl
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- Matrix / Runout (Side A): 2813-A,
|72013||Alice Cooper||Your'e All Crazier Than I Am - The Alice Cooper Show! 1972 Tour - Live At The Hollywood Bowl (2xLP, Unofficial)||Trade Mark Of Quality||72013||US||1972|
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