- Audio CD (27 Jan. 2014)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Label: Hne Recordings
- ASIN: B00GY4C8BA
- Other Editions: Audio CD | Audio Cassette | Vinyl | MP3 Download
- Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars See all reviews (43 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 151,691 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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This worldwide hit represents a return to form as much as a career high for the rock legend, featuring no less than 4 hit singles; Poison, Bed of Nails, House of Fire, and Only My Heart Talkin'. Produced by Desmond Child, it features many guest appearances, including Jon Bon Jovi and Richie Sambora, Aerosmiths Stephen Tyler, Joe Perry, Tom Hamilton & Joey Kramer, Totos Steve Lukather, as well as song writing contributions from Joan Jett, Diane Warren, Jon Bon Jovi & Richie Sambora. This remastered edition features two bonus tracks; a rare radio edit of Only My Heart Talkin, plus the non-album song I Got A Line On You, a cover of the Randy California song originally recorded by Spirit.
Top Customer Reviews
But can the rest of this album live up to the title number? Well yes and no,due to the fact I consider this album to be one of two halves,that is,five good songs and the rest not much more than filler really.
'Poison','Spark In The Dark','Bed Of Nails','Hell Is Living Without You' and 'I'm Your Gun' are what I consider the best tracks out of the ten in total,with the rest being somewhat forgettable to be honest.
More or less an average Alice Cooper album.
I know that this 1989 release was Alice's comeback album, issued on the Epic record label, and one big success after years in the chart wilderness, but after investing in lots more Alice Cooper albums, I can see now that 'Trash' is far from one of his greatest works.
Not that it's a bad album either, it's very commercial and there are enough good tracks on here to be happy with the record ('House Of Fire' probably being my favourite), but I can't help to feel that 'Trash' is more of a Desmond Child (the producer) album and lacking the real Alice Cooper. Most of the songs have Child's fingerprints all over them, and whilst I respect him a lot (he did some superb work for Bonnie Tyler, and was fundamental in reinventing Cher as a rock chick), it isn't quite what you would expect from a typical Alice Cooper record.
Having said that, it was a great comeback from someone who hadn't set the charts alight for many years, and the album saw him return to the mainstream of things. Two years later came 'Hey Stoopid', a far more superior record and if anything, deserved to overshadow the success of 'Trash'.
This is a good album but there are far better Alice solo albums out there. Casual fans will probably love it though.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love it, had it on vinyl years ago, great to hear again
Arrived on time and in excellent condition, very happy with purchase.
Just love Alice. His music is his own, there is no-one like him. This was a replacement for a badly scratched disc.Published 3 months ago by Jofi Dragon
Vinyl in great condition. Shame that the inner sleeve was from a Rod Stewart album.Published 5 months ago by Mr. Nicholas Russmann
I loved this album when it came out, I have the record but no player
so bought the cd and it is just as good as I can remember.