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  • Audio CD (23 Sept. 2013)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Extra tracks
  • Label: Hear No Evil
  • ASIN: B00E9UADHW
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 28,819 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Hey Stoopid
2. Loves A Loaded Gun
3. Snakebite
4. Burning Our Bed
5. Dangerous Tonight
6. Might As Well Be On Mars
7. Feed My Frankenstein
8. Hurricane Years
9. Little By Little
10. Die For You
11. Dirty Dreams
12. Wind-Up Toy
13. Hey Stoopid (Beba Edit)
14. Fire (Non-Album Track)
15. It Rained All Night

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Joining Alice on vocals & harmonica; drummer Mickey Curry, guitarist Stef Burns and bassist Hugh McDonald are a cavalcade of special guests, including highly influential guitar wizards Joe Satriani, Vinnie Moore and Steve Vai, Guns N Roses Slash, Motley Crues Nikki Sixx & Mick Mars (who co-write one track, Die For You ), plus the legendary Ozzy Osbourne providing backing vocals on the albums title track. Elvira, Mistress of the Dark provides the spoken word part on Feed My Frankenstein . Bonus tracks are the Beba Edit of Hey Stoopid , plus non-album tracks It Rained All Night and a cover of Jimi Hendrix s classic, Fire . The album featured three hit singles; the title track, the self-explanatory Loves A Loaded Gun and Feed My Frankenstein . The latter was performed in the 1992 comedy movie Waynes World , in which Alice also starred.

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Antoinette Avalon on 17 July 2000
Format: Audio CD
Alice Cooper has another solid album with "Hey Stoopid". This album is similar to "Trash" in that it would definitely appeal to fans of melodic hard rock. He DOES deviate a bit from the sex, love, and failed relationships theme long enough to bring us the title track "Hey Stoopid" and "Wind Up Toy". "Hey Stoopid" is an anti drug song, plain and simple. "Wind Up Toy" is about somebody in an asylum...a very Cooperesque theme. "Love's a Loaded Gun" explores the dark side of a jilted lover, while "Burning Our Bed" suggests and extreme way to deal with the pain..."Baby I'm burning our bed." "Might as Well Be On Mars" is a song pretty much everybody can relate to. It's about unrequited love "I'm right in your back yard, and I might as well be on Mars...You don't see me." The rest of the album is about down and dirty sex. "Dirty Dreams, how ya gonna do me." and "Try to lose control. I'll stain your soul to red from white." are a few examples of the lyrics. You get the picture. Alice Cooper proves once again that you can never go too far when exploring a subject. I think the variation of theme and adding things like "Wind Up Toy" may make this album more palatable to Alice fans that weren't as enthusiastic about "Trash", and I think if you DID like "Trash" you'll like "Hey Stoopid". If you're a fan of other bands within this end of the hard rock genre, you may be in for a pleasant surprise. Many of them have 1999-2000 releases. After you pick up your copy of "Hey Stoopid" you should definitely go check out some of your favorites. "Don't wait for a better day. Or you won't get there at all."-Kane Roberts-(Used with his kind permission)
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By danflit@email.com on 17 Jun. 2000
Format: Audio CD
First off this is a great improvement on the overly produced 80s cheese metal Trash. Alright, so the name is a bit tacky but lets forget that for a mo! Driving metal songs like Snakebite, Dangerous Tonight and Hurricane Years make this a worthy listen. Might as well be on Mars is an epic and almost a masterpiece. What puts the icing on the cake for me is the superb 'wind up toy' at the end. I won't say anything else, just get it!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer TOP 500 REVIEWER on 2 Nov. 2009
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Two years after 1989's highly successful comeback with the Desmond Child produced 'Trash', Alice Cooper (after years of poor record sales up until the aforementioned album) released the superior 'Hey Stoopid' (1991), a solid classic rock record from start to finish. The album should have definitely overshadowed the success of it's predecessor, the songs on this record are better than anything on 'Trash'.

Ozzy Osbourne provides backing vocals to the album's brilliant opening track (and hit single) 'Hey Stoopid' and from there, every track that follows is excellent. The story-telling 'Love's a Loaded Gun' is my personal favourite but songs such as 'Might As Well Be On Mars' (about unrequited love) and 'Wind Up Toy' (about a man who is in a mental institution) are right up there with genuine Alice Cooper classics. You can still hear Desmond Child's influence on this album, particularly on 'Dangerous Tonight', another highlight.

As well as Ozzy, there are guest appearances from Slash (when he was still with 'Guns N' Roses, a band who were making some of their very best music at the time), Vinnie Moore, and Nikki Sixx and Mick Mars (both of them from Motley Crew).

Over the years, I've almost played 'Hey Stoopid' to death, and it will always remain my favourite Alice Cooper album.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By carlosnightman VINE VOICE on 7 Oct. 2009
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After all the mostly poor efforts of the 80s and coming off the success of Trash, Alice Cooper released their 2nd best album (and probably my favourite) with Hey Stoopid. It brought the best of 80's metal and hard rock (owing much to G'n'R) and mixed it with Alice's trademark style, lyrics, and imagery. We had his heaviest album so far (this remained true until Brutal Planet), filled with thrash style guitars, bluesy but not over the top solos, some of his most memorable ballads, and some of his greatest anthems. Alice had a long history of blasting out classics teen and outsider anthems, from I'm Eighteen to School's Out but here we have my favourite with Wind Up Toy. The most famous song is undoubtedly Feed My Frankenstein, made popular by its appearance in Wayne's World but it is bookended by even better songs. With plenty of backing and guest musicians and Alice's lyrical if not musical creativity in high gear, Hey Stoopid is one of the most underrated rock/metal albums of the early nineties.

`Hey Stoopid' opens the album with a typically 80s fist pumping and chanting intro before dismembering the cheese and breaking out some heavy riffs and chords. It's as if Alice was replying to all the rubbish hair rock and metal of the previous decade (which he had some part in) and blasting through it with his authentic punk and rebellious roots. Perhaps he wanted to regain some of the respect he may have lost during the decade at the same time as answering his critics, perhaps he just wanted to follow other bands of the time and make a no-nonsense heavy record. The lyrics speak of rehabilitation and making your own decisions without the backing of the crowd. Hardly the most original of sentiments, and indeed Alice said the same before.
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