Tag: Alice Cooper

Alice Cooper: Love It to Death (1971) Music Review – By Baron Craze

Alice Cooper is favorite among horror and metal fans, and during his lengthy legendary career as both band and solo artist, he’s had many hit albums and somewhat forgettable ones too. Now 2021 marks 50-years since ‘Love It To Death’ (known as LITD, for the remainder of this review) was originally released in March of…


Alice Cooper: From the Inside (1978) Music Review – By Baron Craze

Alice Cooper’s health had hit an ultra-low point, his excessive drinking turned his blood almost to that of alcohol and that resulted in his shock value once on stage decline, hence lead to a series of albums which the music started frizzling out. He always had the booze to help him excel, but it became…


ALICE COOPER: WELCOME TO MY NIGHTMARE (1975) – By Baron Craze

This is the very first album Alice Cooper did as a solo artist, he needed it to solidify his independent standing, and without a doubt it packs a mighty punch, 45-years later the music and lyrics includes masquerading as a horror film and a charming ballad. His reputation ever increasing from there, with sick slick…


Alice Cooper: Trash (1989) Retro Music Review – By Baron Craze

I think it’s a safe bet to state, everyone who is a fan of metal music and horror flicks, knows about and who Alice Cooper is once deemed the ‘Shock King’ in the 70s, who influenced so many in multiple disciplines of arts from other musicians to filmmakers and artists in general. After all, the…


Alice Cooper: Billion Dollar Babies (1973) Music Review – By Baron Craze

First, allow me to state I am a huge Alice Cooper fan, remembering the first album I purchased “Goes to Hell” and from there went a full-on ride to get them all, which brings us to the time to reviewing some of his classic recordings. Alice Cooper had significant importance throughout the 1970s he took…