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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Cooper's Best In Years

    There is a misconception that Alice Cooper has not made a truly great album since his 70's heyday. Quite frankly, anyone that thinks that has not been listening. Granted some of his work was spotty in the 80's but the 90's have shown a marked improved. 1994's Last Temptation reminds us why Cooper is still the king of shock and storytelling. The songs are hard rocking and still contain the Coop's trademark sneer. The album tells the story of Steven (a character who first appeared on the 75 Welcome To My Nightmare CD) and his battle for sanity. There are no album fillers on this masterpiece. This album seemed to refuel Cooper's ability to write masterful albums because 2000'S Brutal Planet and 2001's Dragontown are almost as good as this one. A masterpiece. Go away Marilyn Manson the shock king has never left the building. Be ashamed if you don't own this one.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Alice makes you think, but let's you rock on this CD

    This is by far the best album Alice Cooper has recorded in many years, and one of the top five best of his entire career! Cooper put aside writing songs to make the charts, and concentrated on writing a great concept album dealing with spirituality, sin and redemption. In addition, it rocks out in the classic Cooper way with songs like: ''Nothing's Free'', You're my Temptation, ''Lost in America'', and ''Sideshow'' just to name a few. Buy this - you won't regret it.

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