Personnel: Alice Cooper (vocals); John Tropea, Steve Hunter (guitar); Al Macmillan (piano); Bob Ezrin (keyboards, background vocals); Tony Levin, Babbit (bass); Jim Gordon, Allan Schwartzberg (drums); Jim Maelen (percussion); Michael Sherman, Shawn Jackson, Colina Phillips, Joe Gannon, Shep Gordon, Denny Vosburgh, Bill Misener, Laurel Ward, Sharon-Lee Williams (background vocals).
Engineers include: John Jansen, Ringo Hrycyna, Corky Stasiak.
Recorded at Soundstage, Toronto, Ontario, Canada; Record Plant East, New York, New York; RCA Recording Studios, Los Angeles, California.
Personnel: Dick Wagner (vocals, guitar); Bob Ezrin (vocals, keyboards); Shawn Jackson (vocals); John Tropea, Steve Hunter (guitar); Al Macmillan (piano); Babbitt, Tony Levin (bass guitar); Jim Gordon , Allan Schwartzberg (drums); Jimmy Maelen (percussion); Laurel Ward, Shep Gordon (background vocals).
Alice Cooper's second album without his original band, was, like its predecessor, a somewhat conceptual affair (Hell being disco-pop, in this case). While some of the tracks have a dance feel to them, Alice's hard rock still shines through, and Alice was still aided by the famed guitar duo of Dick Wagner and Steve Hunter.
While there are a couple of rockers, such as "Guilty" and "Wish You Were Here," most of the compositions eschew the sleaze, shock, and grit of Cooper's earlier work, as evidenced by such low-key tracks as "Didn't We Meet." The best and most renowned composition here is "Go to Hell," a demonic slice of raging hard rock that has become a concert staple over the years. This would be Cooper's last top-40 album until 1989's TRASH.