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  • Audio CD (12 Jun. 1999)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: WARNER BROS
  • ASIN: B000005S5R
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 7,148 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. From The Inside
2. Wish I Were Born In Beverly Hills
3. The Quiet Room
4. Nurse Rozetta
5. Millie And Billie
6. Serious
7. How You Gonna See Me Now
8. For Veronica's Sake
9. Jackknife Johnny
10. Inmates (We're All Crazy)

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WEA 759926064 ctr; WEA ITALIANA - Italia;

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 15 Sept. 2000
Format: Audio CD
I have searched almost everywhere i can think of to get this CD. When i found it i was in 7th heaven. I'm not a die hard Alice Cooper fan, but when i was a teenager i had this LP and i listened to it all the time. I think it appeals to me more because the songs were all written through personal experience. What can I say, I think everyons should buy this CD, My favourites are, well all of them really, but The quiet room, Nurse rosetta, How you gonna see me now, and of course Inmates (we're all crazy). If i could give it more stars i would.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Mr. A. E. Hall on 12 Mar. 2004
Format: Audio CD
In the mid 1970s, alcohol was to Alice Cooper what drugs were to Aerosmith and women were to KISS. His ever-growing adiction led to him voluntarily commiting himself to a mental asylum. The initial result was to clean up his life. The end result was a great album. All the songs are based on people he met there, experiences he had and his life in and outside afterwards.
The standout tracks are Quiet Room and Millie and Billie. The Quiet Room will resonate strongly with anyone who has ever been misunderstood but Millie and Billie will chill your blood. Recorded as a beautiful love song as a duet (with Alice playing Billie) the song suddenly gets creepy and it's only then that you start to listen to the lyrics. Going back and listening again will creep you out.
Unfortunately the album slows towards the end. Serious is decent enough (how it ended up on the box set I'll never know) but unspectacular, For Veronica's Sake and Jackknife Johnny are not without merit but outside the chorus are pretty ordinary.
Despite the excellent Millie and Billie, Quiet Room, How You Gonna See Me Now and one or two others, this album is a little uneven but still very, very good. Not for the lighthearted Alice fan.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Matthew C. Edwards on 4 Nov. 2004
Format: Audio CD
When I bought this album, this was my second Alice Cooper Album, (The first being Dragontown) so I wasn't quite sure what to expect. I'd heard "How You Gonna See Me Now" and "From The Inside" on Mascara & Monsters; The Best Of Alice Cooper, and they were two of my favourites. This probally was the main driving force behind me buying this album. I am very glad that I did because it is one of my favourite CDs that I own (plus its reasonably cheap for a CD - so you get outstanding value for money).
Heres just a brief backround on the circumstances behind the writing of this album. In the late 70s Alice had an alcohol adiction and admitted himself into a mental hospital to try and beat the addiction. Upon leaving he wrote this masterpiece based upon his experiences. Its hard to believe that such a hard experience led to such a witty and on the whole funny album.
Its really hard for me to say what my favourite song is because the songs are all great with outstanding and funny lyrics. "The Quiet Room" is chilling and is probally my favourite, but other highlights include "Millie & Billie", "I Wish I Was Born In Beverly Hills" and "From The inside".
To truely describe the album it would be best to go through each song one by one so here goes:
1. From The Inside - Excellent opener. Sets the scene of Alice waking up to find himself in a mental home. Upbeat rocky track. *****
2. Wish I Was Born In Beverly Hills - Opening similar to "Under My Wheels". Hilarious lyrics. Bop my head to this almost every time *****
3. The Quiet Room - Slower Ballad Track. Lyrics witty but not funny. Powerful lyrics and an album highlight *****
4. Nurse Rozetta - Hillarious and vile track about a priest infatuated with a nurse!!! *****
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Stuie on 7 April 2001
Format: Audio CD
Conceptually and lyrically Alice Cooper has rarely reached the heights he attained with this fine album. Whether a fan of Alice, or just a lover of powerful and masterfully written music, this album will not fail to please. The thing I remember about the original vinyl release of 'From the Inside' was the superb packaging, the asylum doors which opened to reveal the manic world Alice creates, the cut-outs and hidden images. This, of course, is lost in the CD version(unless someone does a similar job to the recent 'Billion Dollar Babies' deluxe edition). The music, however, is still there to admire. The partnership with Elton John's collaborator, Bernie Taupin, has produced an album with a lighter and more complex musical direction than previous offerings (it stands head and shoulders above the less than inspiring '..Goes to Hell'), but which contains all of the drama and impact one would expect from an Alice Cooper record. The opening title track is a musical cornucopia to get the juices flowing, with its sweeping vocal harmonies and galloping rhythm. 'The Quiet Room' is a staggering composition, a moving song juxtaposed by the lyrical content. Only Alice could write such a stirring ballad about a criminally insane, suicidal, mental patient confined to a padded cell. "I just can't get these damn wrists to bleed" he sobs, as if our hearts should go out to him. 'Nurse Rosetta' sees a man of the church driven crazy by lustful infatuation with an asylum nurse. It is full of religeous/sexual imigary ("She popped the buckle off my Bible belt") and has a little prod at religeous constraints to boot.Read more ›
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