Album of the Day
Alice Cooper Goes to Hell
Alice Cooper's five-decades-and-counting career has always been marked by a flair for the theatrical – from the distinctive eye makeup to the boa constrictors to the guillotines, the man knows how to put on a show. Concept albums, with unified themes and visual components, came naturally to The Coop, and on his 1976 Warner Bros. long-player GOES TO HELL, he was truly in his element. Continuing the story of a character named Steven who had been introduced in WELCOME TO MY NIGHTMARE, the set's 11 originals paint a picture of Hades that is both dark and witty. Produced by Bob Ezrin, the Gold-certified collection touches on disco, jazz, hard rock and even Broadway musicals and produced a #12 hit single in “I Never Cry.” Get ready for Halloween with ALICE COOPER GOES TO HELL.