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Humanary Stew: A Tribute To Alice Cooper
Genres: Jazz, Pop, Rock, Metal
1999 tribute to the original shock-rocker. Includes appearances by Roger Daltrey (The Who), Slash (Guns 'N' Roses), Bruce Dickinson (Iron Maiden), John Norum (Europe), Don Dokken, Vince Neil (Motley Crue), Dee Snider (Twis... more »
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1999 tribute to the original shock-rocker. Includes appearances by Roger Daltrey (The Who), Slash (Guns 'N' Roses), Bruce Dickinson (Iron Maiden), John Norum (Europe), Don Dokken, Vince Neil (Motley Crue), Dee Snider (Twisted Sister), Steve Jones (Sex Pistols), Joe Elliot (Def Leppard)and many more. 11 tracks, including 'School's Out', 'Only Women Bleed', 'No More Mr. Nice Guy', 'Eighteen' and 'Elected'.
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If you want covers of Alices stuff, Buy It
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Here's a more complete list of who is on the album and where they come from. All the songs are good versions and stick so close to Alices originals that uniformed listeners may ealily mistake them for Alice (except for Elected, but hey, it's Steve Jones).Joe Elliott - Def Leopard / Phil Collen - Def Leopard / Bob Kulick - Meat Loaf, Queen / Pat Torpey - David Lee Roth Band / Clarence Clemons - E Street BandDave Mustaine - Megadeth / Marty Friedman - Megadeth / Bob Daisley - Black Sabbath, Ozzy Osbourne, Uriah Heep / Eric Singer - KissRoger Daltrey - The Who / Slash - GnR / Mike Inez - Alice In Chains / Carmine Appice - Vanilla FudgeRonnie James Dio - Dio, Black Sabbath / Steve Lukather - Toto / Phil Soussan - Ozzy Osbourne, Vince Neil, Billy Idol / Randy Castillo - Ozzy OsbourneVince Neil - Motley Crue / Mick Mars - Motley Crue / Billy Sheehan - David Lee Roth Band / Simon Phillips - Toto, Mick JaggerBruce Dickinson - Iron Maiden / Adrian Smith - Iron Maiden / Tony Franklin - The Firm / Tommy Aldridge - Ozzy Osbourne, WhitesnakeDee Snider - Twisted Sister / Zakk Wylde - Ozzy Osbourne / Rudy Sarzo - Quiet Riot / Frankie Banali - Quiet RiotPhil Lewis - La Guns / George Lynch - Dokken / Stu Hamm - Steve Vai, Joe Satriani / Vinnie Colaiuta - Frank Zappa / Derek Sherinian - Alice CooperGlenn Hughs - Deep Purple / Don Dokken - Dokken / John Norum - Dokken / Tim Bogert - Vanilla Fudge, BeckSteve Jones - Sex Pistols / Duff McKagen - GnR / Matt Sorum - GnR"
Alice Cooper Rules and so does this tribute
metalbeast | 11/26/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is a very good album. The songs are all very good musically and there are some amazing musicians on this album. All on one CD you've got guitarists like Slash, Mick Mars and Marty Friedman, you've got Ronnie James Dio and Bruce Dickinson on vocals and the list goes on. In my view the highlights are Schools out (With Dave Mustaine and Marty Friedman from Megadeth), Cold Ethyl(With Vince Niel and Mick Mars from Motley Crue) and Go to Hell (With shock rock deity Dee Snider and Ex-Ozzy guitar whizz/beer monster Zakk Wylde). All the songs on this album are very well performed, this is the sort of album you can listen to all the way through without being tempted to hit that skip track button.I bought this album as a birthday present for my dad (a big Alice Cooper fan) and he liked it a lot too. I have listened to it a few times and might just have to buy my own copy.The only dissappointment for me is that many of the great musicians that collaborated with Alice on 'Trash' and 'Hey Stoopid' did not appear on this album. For example: Steve Vai, Joe Satriani, Ozzy, Joe Perry, Steve Tyler, Zodiac Mindwarp (They wrote 'feed my frankenstein'), Richie Sambora and Jon Bon Jovi. Had these superstars contributed as well then this great album could have been even greater. I am not too dissappointed that songs off hey stoopid and trash were not covered because those songs already have lots of guest stars on them, and are just about as good as tock music gets . However I do feel that if someone did decide to do a tribute to Alice's eighties albums then it would be pretty awesome, just so long as the quality of musicians remained constant and the artists who appeared on the original tracks only played on tracks that they did not originally perform.This is a great tribute to early Alice, Buy it!"
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Mike Reed | USA | 06/12/2005
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Another decent tribute CD put out on the Cleopatra label.Not great,but okay.Worth pulling out for a listen now and then.Many well established artists lend their time and effort for the making of this disc.A complete different line-up on each of the eleven tracks.Cuts I enjoyed the most were "No More Mr.Nice Guy" by Roger Daltrey,"Welcome To My Nightmare" by Ronnie James Dio,"Billion Dollar Babies" by L.A.Gun's Phil Lewis and "Elected" by Sex Pistol's guitarist Steve Jones.Believe there are a couple of other Cooper tribute CD's out there."