Yes he is the Father of Shock-Rock and it probably better known for his No More Mr. Nice Guy and School's Out Elected songs, but he also sings a great ballad so keeping that in mind what does your 12 song "ALICE COOPER'S Ballad's album consist of?
Originally Posted By onestepbackwards : Yes he is the Father of Shock-Rock and it probably better known for his No More Mr. Nice Guy and School's Out Elected songs, but he also sings a great ballad so keeping that in mind what does your 12 song "ALICE COOPER'S Ballad's album consist of?
actually I dont think cooper has 12 ballads..
i never cry
you and me
only women bleed
lace and whiskey
ballad of dwight fry
Originally Posted By Vinyl Junkie: Brian, long time no see.....
Where in the heck have you been?
Have you bought any new records lately?
yes Vj..hows it going..
of course bought some new records..
pink floyd the wall live at wembley 6lp
new maiden - en vivo picture disc
metallica kill em all (japan import) oh my god even my neighbours windows vibrate..
theres a new OZZY 2lp live for record day looks awesome im gonna buy it..
so what about cooper..? i cant think of anymore memorable ballands..note though
i saw the movie Dark shawdows with johnny Depp, and Alice Cooper is in it..
also the new SWEET cd is awesome..yes THE SWEET of Ballroom Blitz.,, the new cd
had quite a few covers but really great..,kiss(ace frehley) - new york groove,who - join together,
yardbirds-shapes of things,doa- you spin me round,ramones-blitzkrieg bop,velvet underground -sweet jane and bruce springsteens beacause the nite.. believe me im still in shock its so damm good..really suprizing..dispite only andy scott being the only original member,
Well, I can't think too much about any Alice Cooper ballads at the moment. Unfortunately, Alice Cooper was a lot less known for his ballads, as opposed to his brand of hard shock rock. Also, I think when he tried to do the sequel to the album, "Welcome To My Nightmare", it totally sucked and was a total flop, and will probably be best remembered as one of his worst records, alongside G N' R's "Chinese Democracy"! Talk about the last year or so being full of hits, near misses and straight up flops!
I gave up on Ozzy.........Most of Ozzy's records, aside from a couple of albums or so, are not really worth too much of my time, effort or money. What's worse is his collaboration with Justin Bieber for a commercial on TV! What a sell-out, if I ever saw one! It just makes the "prince of darkness" look like some tame kitten, rather than one of Satan's children! Who is Ozzy trying to kid? His fans sure didn't appreciate it. I mean, it is bad after all that his wife pretty much runs everything business wise he does. Sharon literally sold Ozzy out anyway from her being on stupid shows like "America's Got Talent", which is, I think produced by Simon Cowell, you know, the same twit who produces "American Idol", which is also the same show who is looking for more Bieber fever clone?.....Anyway, my rant is done as far as Ozzy is concerned, other than I hope his reunion & album with Black Sabbath turns out to be a much better success. You know that Ozzy hasn't done anything that could possibly match the greatness of his achievements with Black Sabbath! You ask most people what they would rather listen to, Ozzy or Sabbath, guess what answer you might most likely get? Probably most of the time; Sabbath!
As far as Sweet is concerned..........I don't think there ever will be another Sweet, aside from Andy Scott. It is a plain shame that all of the Ramones except one are dead.
only thing is the ozzys a 2lp live from the blizzard tour
so classic..randy rhoades.. for me ill have to buy it just because
its the classic concert era i love..his first 2 lps were by far the best..
and id maybey say no more tears.. as far as sabbath..well i think only
ozzy would do better than the Tony martin Albums..
right you are the welcome to my nightmare 2 sucked so bad..
i cant believe the lackluster effort to such a classic rock album,
guns n roses chineese democracy sucked even more..actually they were
playing that song live since the early 90s and the rest of the cd sounds
like use your illusion left overs.. total crud..
ya i dont know where one step is going with a 12 song list of cooper ballads..
theres only maybe 5 classics..that are ballads in his whole carrear..any other
ballad would be on a crap release such as special forces or his forgotten efforts..
actually your wrong about the new SWEET CD...youll see its really good..
for a bunch of old farts.. better that coopers crappy nightmare 2 or guns..
much better than the forgoten duran duran and Cars "NEW" album..
the only good cds released were the Van Halen,ufo which were good E ss for Effort at least..
Can't say though that even if there were many ballads from Alice Cooper that those are th songs people would even prefer to know him by. The ballads I have heard by him weren't that impressive to my ears, unless the one or two from the,"Welcome To My Nightmare", album. Other than that, I cannot say that much of his post 1975 material was all that too impressive to begin with, although some may say "Whiskey" is decent album with moments, but not to my ears. And, what about the his 80's output? Forget it, thumbs down.....
there are 12 ballads from Alice as far as I (Fan since 79) am concerned:
Only Women Bleed
I Never Cry
Wake Me Gently
I Never Wrote Those Songs
You And Me
Millie And Billie
How You Gonna See Me Now
Only My Heart Talkin'
Something To Remember Me By
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