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Welcome 2 My Nightmare

Released on 12 September 2011

Artist: Alice Cooper

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  1. I Am Made Of You
  2. Caffeine
  3. The Nightmare Returns
  4. A Runaway Train
  5. Last Man On Earth
  6. The Congregation
  7. I'll Bite Your Face Off
  8. Disco Bloodbath Boogie Fever
  9. Ghouls Gone Wild
  10. Something To Remember Me By
  11. When Hell Comes Home
  12. What Baby Wants
  13. I Gotta Get Outta Here
  14. The Underture
  15. We Gotta Get Out Of This Place

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 Average rating (2 reviews)

 Back on Top and showing he still has it

| | See all Motorizer's reviews (29)

This is really a return to form for the Coop. Along Comes a Spider was a great record but this really sounds like the REAL Alice, and a brilliant follow on from the Welcome To My Nightmare (original, 1975). He has a great cast of musicians and guests and Kei$ha made an appearance which actually works well, who knew she liked Alice. This is is definately the strongest album he has done in year, probably since Hey Stoopid and I really hope it does well.

If you are familiar with Alice or are just starting out, then you should definately buy this.

 Fantastic album!

| | See all StiliFyr's reviews (4)

I've been a Cooper fan since 1986, and have bought all his albums since then. I'm not a huge fan of all of his albums, but there are always some gems there. I first listened to Welcome to my nightmare sometime in 1990, and allthough I really liked most of the songs, I found some of them really strange and weird. Since then I have come to love Alices diversity and most of all his humour in his songs.
When put on the Welcome 2 my nightmare album yesterday, I felt right at home from the start. This is a great album. Sure, it goes in some strange directions on a couple of songs, but this is a fun album from beginning to end! It kind of covers The Coops career from the early 70s until his early 80s stuff. And it sounds like Alice had a blast recording it. What more can you ask for!?