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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. This is evidenced by such tracks as the Elvis-goof "Disgraceland," the epic title track, and such Sabbath-like slow grinders as "Deeper" and "Sister Sara." On most of his albums since the mid-'70s (1975's classic WELCOME TO MY NIGHTMARE to be exact), Alice has included a tender ballad ("Only Women Bleed," "I Never Cry," "Only My Heart Talking," etc.), and here "Every Woman Has A Name" fits the bill. Nevertheless, those figuring that Alice would soften in his old age are in for a rude awakening with the rocking DRAGONTOWN
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