This is a bargain-priced, two-for-one compilation of Alice Cooper's acclaimed albums BRUTAL PLANET and DRAGONTOWN. Brutal is the key word here, as the chugging opening chords of the title track show this isn't your father's TRASH-era Alice Cooper. Alice's outraged vocals are balanced nicely by the melodic Natalie Delaney on this concept album about modern society's waste-strewn path to doom
Alice Cooper's second release of the 21st century, 2001's DRAGONTOWN, can best be summed up as the next chapter of his previous release, BRUTAL PLANET, which many longtime fans considered to be the Coop's best, most focused, and heaviest work in years. Theatrical rock's godfather updated his sound for the new millennium to keep in step with the contemporaneous crop of heavy hitters, without sacrificing his noted macabre trademark.
01 Brutal planet 02 Wicked young man 03 Sanctuary 04 Blow me a kiss 05 Eat some more 06 Pick up the bones 07 Pessi-mystic 08 Gimme 09 It's the little things 10 Take it like a woman 11 Cold machines 12 Triggerman
01 Deeper 02 Dragontown 03 Sex Death and money 04 Fantasy man 05 Somewhere 06 Disgraceland 07 Sister sarah 08 Every woman has a name 09 Just wanna be good 10 It's much to late 11 I am the sentinel