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  • Audio CD (29 Mar. 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced
  • Label: Eagle Rock
  • ASIN: B002WGQJF0
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (44 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 78,433 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Format: Audio CD
This was the last Alice cooper album i bought my best friend before he died in 2000. im so glad my buddy got to here Alice going back to heavy metal. Raise your fist and yell was our favourite album, and we had given up all hope of hearing Alice screaming snarling vicious lyric's again. Alice on this occasion invites us to a brutal vision of the world with wicked young men cold machines waste greed and bones! it sounds like Alice had written this in the apocalypse! but in truth the disturbing reality is this is world we live in. exellent return to form.
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Not sure why people keep referring to this as 'grunge'. This is not grunge. Grunge is dead and about time too I say. Grunge tried to kill music like this with the general dreariness of grunge. Don't get me wrong I wouldn't describe this as happy or uplifting music either, nor is the subject matter. It's simply Alice being Alice and that's good enough for me. There is the standard ballad, which in this case seems a bit out of place with the overall theme of the album.
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Well, many have may be disappointed but I'm not. Being a die-hard Alice Cooper fan I wouldn't want to listen anything less than a new, heavy metal record getting released at this time from Alice Cooper. True, cruel, heavy, meaning-full, a very rich album that stands tall to the new musical standards of the heavy metal scene of today and gives Alice a step ahead to prove that he ain't no nostalgic old man who will seat back and whine about the old glory days. He's here with this album and he will say through it what he wants to say, and not for making another pointless record (like many groups do!) just to be around. Fave songs are "Pick Up The Bones" - a true macabre of the war of Cossovo through Alice's eyes, something that only HE could paint in such a cynical way. Next is "Pessi-mystic", a big SHUT UP from the Master Of Shock Rock to anyone who would try to change his mind....no, honestly is such a heavy song that really makes me wanna go headbanging! "Brutal Planet" song is the way that Alice sees a Godless world and no one could ever say it more clear and loud than him! All the songs are pure hard and heavy, showing that Alice never melted or soften up by time....like wine, the older the better! Alice Cooper's back! Strong and healthy as ever to get on everyone's nerves for not being retired. He won't, get used to that idea! ;)
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This package of BRUTAL PLANET is "hot" off the press, complete with it's supurb EXTRA disc - which includes live recordings of IT'S THE LITTLE THINGS, WICKED YOUNG MAN, POISON and a brilliant Cooperesque performance of MY GENERATION, all tracks I believe are taken from the May 2001, Wembley Arena concert. I was lucky enough to have been one of the thousands of Alice Cooper fans who was there to see this incredible show !! It's a 2CD well worth adding to your ROCK collection, as it has a couple of real bonus items.... not only does it include a live VIDEO track from the show, but also an interview with ALICE himself from his early beginings, through his masterful career and brings you bang up to date. Even if you already bought Brutal Planet, then THIS VERSION IS NOT TO BE MISSED --Wayne Davies.
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Brutal Planet is Alice Coopers first studio album in five years (2001ish) and is the heaviest thing he has ever done. It is also a concept album telling a tale of an apocalyptic future. This is one gloomy record. The groove is as tight as a pair of Bruce Dickinsons spandex pants and the triple axe attack of China, Phil X and Ryan Roxie keep things suitably metal. Songs seem to deal with global starvation and greed (Eat Some More) and paranoia (The Little Things). Alice Cooper was not a happy chappy when recording this album. But apart from all this doom and gloom this record is still an excellent listen, and what do you expect from Alice Cooper anyway? It may take a while to fully appreciate it but perseverance pays dividends.
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I belive this album is the most influential of the year! This is on par with rob zombie and can surpass ANYTHING Alice has ever done- This album should be the necessity of all heavy metal rockers for years to come. I think that some of the critics are a little stuck in their ways if they give this a bad review (they must like the older stuff) because frankly, this is a metal masterpiece.
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I was 1st hooked on Alice with Billion Dollar Babies when it came out in 72 or was it 73, my memory fades, but I then had to find out all the previous stuff. Having, over the last 28 yrs listened to EVEYTHING Alice has done and been to many of his concerts I think I can say I am a true fan. Yes he did lose the plot a bit in the 80s with Flush.. , Zipper.. etc but Trash and Stupid put him back on the road somewhere, was it Texas or was it Canada?. But this new Album, Brutal Planet is a MUST, MUST for any Alice, Marilyn, Grunge rock fan. The words are truly masterful. PICK UP THE BONES, "these look like the arms of my father so strong". BRUTAL PLANET, "it's such a brutal planet, it's such a living hell, it was a hoy garden, that's why we ran and fell. I have already pre ordered the video of the concert from 'Amazon' which, I believe, was filmed at Appolo Hammersmith where I witnessed Alice in his true dominant form. Finally a brilliant masterpiece up to date but still containing some of the old Alice.
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