"This is an album of glam-metal anthems, unadulterated and irresistable. Very similar to Alice's comeback hit "Trash", but bigger, better and more diverse. Features the classic "Feed My Frankenstein"."
"An apocalyptic metal album with industrial influences, this is an oppressively bleak record, and unlike anything Alice had done before. More subtle than it first sounds, it rewards repeated listening."
"This features Alice's biggest hit (the title track), but the rest of the record is more experimental, even jazzy. Fascinating, but not for everyone. The original vinyl came wrapped in women's panties!"
"1974 saw the original band split, never to reform. With minds elsewhere, this album wandered into casual jam material, before the terrific title track and "Teenage Lament" snapped it back into focus."
"Alice neglected to tour for this record, and has never returned to it in any of his subsequent setlists. Some tracks are memorable for their quirkiness, but most come across as confused and desperate."
"What a difference a year makes - in 1971, "Love it to Death" would ignite Alice's career, but in 1970, he was still mired in aimless avant garde indulgences that were literally chasing audiences away."