Alice Cooper Super Hits
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- Released: May 4, 1999
- Originally Released: 2007
- Label: Sbme Special Mkts.
- 2.Lost In America
- 3.Hey Stoopid
- 4.Why Trust You
- 5.Love's A Loaded Gun
- 6.You're My Temptation
- 8.Stolen Prayer
- 10.Might As Well Be On Mars
Producers: Desmond Child, Don Fleming, Peter Collins, Andy Wallace.
Recorded between 1988 & 1994.
The '90s saw a plethora of Alice Cooper "best of" compilations, nearly all chronicling his work for MCA and Epic that was recorded during the late '80s to the early '90s. 1998's SUPER HITS was no different; it was comprised of 10 tracks from the Epic releases TRASH (1989), HEY STOOPID (1991), and THE LAST TEMPTATION (1994). While the last of these is reminiscent of classic Cooper (haunting vocals, thought-provoking lyrics, and heavy music), his first two Epic releases have a sound influenced by the then-thriving pop-metal scene, which included bands like Motley Crue and Poison.
SUPER HITS does a good job of collecting the highlights of these albums. The best-known track remains his 1989 top-10 hit "Poison," while other standouts include "Hey Stoopid," "Love's a Loaded Gun," "Trash," "Sideshow," "You're My Temptation," and "Might As Well Be on Mars." But the best track on SUPER HITS is undoubtedly the oft-overlooked 1994 collaboration between Alice and Soundgarden's Chris Cornell, "Stolen Prayer." While it may not be a definitive collection of Alice Cooper hits, SUPER HITS is recommended to fans of later-day Alice.
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