On his 24th studio album, Dirty Diamonds — his best in years — the now-57 Alice Cooper curbs his trend-jumping tendencies of the past few decades and goes back to his twisted roots, offering witty headbangers alongside ripe-for-radio glitter pop (”Perfect,” ”Your Own Worst Enemy”) and a wonderful reading of the Left Banke’s ’60s baroque & roll chestnut ”Pretty Ballerina.” What’s now most shocking about the original shock rocker is how much fun he seems to be having.
Dirty Diamonds On his 24th studio album, Dirty Diamonds — his best in years — the now-57 Alice Cooper curbs his trend-jumping tendencies...Dirty DiamondsRock On his 24th studio album, Dirty Diamonds — his best in years — the now-57 Alice Cooper curbs his trend-jumping tendencies...2005-08-05
Genre: Rock; Lead Performer: Alice Cooper; Producer (group): New West
Posted August 5 2005 — 12:00 AM EDT
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