9 thoughts on “ Alice Cooper - Hello Hooray / Generation Landslide (Vinyl) ”
About the album. Mascara and Monsters: The Best of Alice Cooper is a compilation album by rock singer, Alice Cooper, released by Warner Archives/Rhino in in the United States crimosinlfutabunoutropewacera.co worldwide companion release is The Definitive Alice Cooper compilation album, which has a slightly different track listing and different packaging, though both compilations feature .
Sep 07, · One of Alice's strongest songs is a song first performed by Judy Collins! "Hello, Hooray" is a perfect vehicle for the beautiful parody that was Alice Cooper. Alice makes this song his own (it was written by canadian Rolf Kempf) in a wonderful blend of theatre and heavy metal. Easily the best song from the uneven "Billion Dollar Babies" album/5(8).
While mission statement "No More Mr. Nice Guy" is the best-known song, the rest of the album is just as strong. The title track features a backing vocal by Donovan and a mammoth backbeat from drummer Neal Smith, while sweet melodicism plays an important role in "Generation Landslide" and "Mary Ann." Cooper's rock-and-shock aesthetic can heard in the future concert staples /5().
This deceptively smart, glitter-heavy concoction is pure rock ’n’ roll theater too, from opener “Hello Hooray” to creepy closer “I Love the Dead.” And there’s no escaping Alice Cooper’s clever lyrical narratives—or the downright Yardbirds/Stones riff-outs—of “No More Mister Nice Guy,” “Raped and Freezin’,” and “Generation Landslide.”.
People fuss about Alice Cooper so much and "Billion Dollar Babies" is exactly why. I like the drummer, the guitar riffs are all on-point and memorable, and the subject matter in the lyrics are some of the most interesting, if controversial than any you'll find. In , Alice Cooper was officially inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame/5().
Billion Dollar Babies is the sixth studio album by American rock band Alice Cooper, released in The album became the best selling Alice Cooper record at the time of its release, hit number one on the album charts in both the United States and the United Kingdom, and went on to be certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America.
Penned by Rolf Kempf, "Hello Hurray" was the perfect intro track to Alice Cooper's big-selling Billion Dollar Babies LP, as well as the proud opening song for the larger-than-life A.C. shock 'n' awe concert experience.