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Thursday, 12. May 2011

LOVE IT TO DEATH - ALICE COOPER
By swaflop, 00:05

Love It to Death is the third album by the Alive Cooper group. Not only is it different from the first two but also the best album to have been released on their name. However, at the same time, it also qualifies to be one of the most underrated albums in the history of rock music. Initially, it was released by Straight Records but was soon taken over by Warner Bros Records. From the business prospective,
this happened for good. But along with it came problems; Warner Bros. banned the original album cover (on grounds of explicit content) and placed a censored version instead.

The album’s producer Bob Ezrin played a huge role in defining the sound of the band. The first three songs, i.e. Caught in a Dream, I’m Eighteen and Long Way to Go are pure guitar songs. All of them had a sense of liveliness in them, which seems to be missing today. Of these, I’m Eighteen proved to be the best song with Caught in a Dream coming a close second.


Black Juju is the only slow song amidst the faster ones. It was written by bassist Dennis Dunaway and is regarded as one of the first Goth Rock songs to be recorded. Love It to Death ends with Sun Arise, a song that seemed perfect to my ears (however, there are many who would disagree). If given an opportunity, I would definitely want to order term papers writing at online essay writers on what is definitely the most underrated album ever.

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