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Goes to Hell


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Product Details

  • Audio CD (March 14 1990)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Warner Bros
  • ASIN: B000002KG4
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (32 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #88,320 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Go To Hell
2. You Gotta Dance
3. I'm The Coolest
4. Didn't We Meet
5. I Never Cry
6. Give The Kid A Break
7. Guilty
8. Wake Me Gently
9. Wish You Were Here
10. I'm Always Chasing Rainbows
11. Going Home

Product Description

Alice's second solo album! Give the Kid A Break; I'll Never Cry , and more! --This text refers to an alternate Audio CD edition.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mr.Vengeance on April 30 2004
Format: Audio CD
After Welcome to my Nightmare, the Coop returned with this forgotten gem of an album. 1970's radio embraced the ballad "I Never Cry", (a lovely song that I've been known to belt out at karaoke nights), but the rest of the tunes are probably unknown to the casual Cooper fan. The best part of this album, as is the case with the better Cooper-concept albums, is that you can crank it up and visualise the story from beginning to end. I agree with another reviewer that this story is stronger than the Welcome to my Nightmare tale, and I would have liked to have seen Alice and Vincent Price reprise their roles in a TV special for Goes To Hell. Highlights are "Go To Hell", "I'm the Coolest", "Didn't We Meet", "I Never Cry", and "Guilty". I will warn that this is an album that takes a couple of listens before full appreciation. It's not classic Cooper-rock, but Alice never did allow for catagorization. Remember, Alice is the coolest!
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By A Customer on Aug. 17 2003
Format: Audio CD
I first heard "Goes to Hell" back in 1977. It was a very popular record as I recall. It never sounded as good as it did on vinyl on my old stereo. But, basically, it is a fantastic collection of songs. "Go to Hell," "You Gotta Dance," "I'm the Coolest," "Wish You Were Here," "Didn't We Meet," and "Guilty," changed my life. I became a music fan after hearing those songs. The other songs aren't good. But, for 6 life changing songs, this album is a should have. Some people believe that "You Gotta Dance" is some disco song or something. It could be worse: it could be Starbuck! I think it's a wonderfully sleazy song. It reminds me of simpler times when no one even had answering machines or push button phones or cable and President Ford lurked within our thoughts and 8mm news footage and no computers and stupid clothes and dark brown and big clunky cars and Alice Cooper: know what he did? He went to HELL! This album pointed to the exit....And now? It's over. All that remains is this record. God, it is good. So very good!! Thank you Alice, Dick, Shep, and Bob. Thank you.
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Format: Audio CD
I think this is an underrated album, even though I like the Alice Cooper group more than Alice Cooper solo, hes had his share of great albums (this being one of them) alone. I'm going to review it song by song rather than as a whole.
GO TO HELL- A great song, good lyrics, good guitars. 10/10
YOU GOTTA DANCE- I hate this song, I am almost sure it is making fun of disco, but I still would like it way more with a more rock sound. 4/10
I'M THE COOLEST- Very slow, not a great song not bad. 7/10
DIDN'T WE MEET- I think this might be the best song on the album, maybe later I'll say that too, but its a great song, CALSSIC! 10/10
I NEVER CRY- A great song, one of his ballads (which often really sucked, look to later solo albums) I think I even hear a touck of Pink Floyd type rock in here in the chorus (or however you spell that), not a bad thing in my book! 10/10
GIVE THE KID A BREAK- This song is only OK, I like it, but only becasue Im 14 and its talking from my point of view in an arguement with (Im guessing) my parents. 6/10
GUILTY- Best song on the album?? wait I already used that, well, its a tie! Good lyrics, no great lyrics! 10/10
WAKE ME GENTLY- I guess I dont like Alice ballads, but this song is good, similar to I never cry. 9/10
WISH YOU WERE HERE- Great song, not the best on the album though, maybe overrated. 10/10
I'M ALWAYS CHASING RAINBOWS- This song is complete crap, but maybe if you are into music from the 20s its OK, no it still sucks. 1/10
GOING HOME- We would have a third best song on the album (underrated) but Ill just say its a great song and since the lyrics arent as top notch as the other 2 nominees for best song on album, this looses, plus it is a little slower than most Alice Cooper songs.
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Format: Audio CD
I have often wondred why, in the age when Billy Joel, "Tommy," "Footloose" and Abba have all been adapted to the broadway stage, why Alice's three albums featuring the Steven child have not been adapted into a rock musical. After all, wouldn't there be enough of a story line between "The Last Temptation," "Welcome To My Nightmare" and "Goes To Hell" to fashion one..ahem...hell of a show?
That said, "Alice Cooper Goes To Hell," while not as strong as "Nightmare," still holds Alice at a pretty high standard. Those wishing for the B$B glory days probably were dissapointed with the extremely stagey sounding choruses and kitschy back-ups providing the major framing of the songs ("Give The Kid A Break," "I'm The Coolest"), but the rockers among us could appreciate that Hell was a disco and "Guilty" kicked major chorded butt. Once again it was a ballad ("I Never Cry") that provided the hit, but this was still the Alice we all knew and loved. Alice may no longer have been provoking our parents, but with 1976 disco fever all but drowning the faithful, he still had enough of the old guts and glory to make going to Hell feel pretty darn good.
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By Stanley Runk on Jan. 1 2003
Format: Audio CD
There are alot of people out there that think that this is the point that Alice went downhill. I really don't see why. Sure, this is the mellow Alice Cooper, and it's more easy listening than hard rock, but why hold that against him? And what's with these schmucks who keep insisting that Alice was trying to be Barry Mannilow? Anyone with half of a brain will know that this sounds nothing like anything ol' Barry has done. Come on, Alice wasn't trying to go soft. It fits the story he's telling. And what's with the "disco song" complaint? Try reading between the lines and see that it's a joke song, similar to "Dancin' Fool" by Frank Zappa. I don't even think that song was released as a single, so Alice wasn't trying to sell records with that song. Pull yo head outta you-know-where. So, this is kind of a love it or hate it period in Alice's career. This and the next few albums cut the fans in half. It certainly sounds nothing like the original band albums, but I'd say it's classic material in it's own right.
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