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20 September 2008 @ 11:01 am
You got some scare in your hair.  

It can very well be assumed that anyone who has ever listened to music knows about Alice Cooper, born Vincent Damon Furnier in 1948. The original shock rocker, no one puts on a performance like the Coop.

Well, he's done it again, releasing Along Came a Spider. The theme revolves around a "cool, calm and collected" serial killer named Spider. The police are baffled by the bodies of Spider’s victims, which are cocooned in a silk web, and are each missing a leg. Spider's task is to collect eight legs in order to complete the construction of his own spider. However, things get complicated when he falls in love with his eighth victim. The theme of the album, i.e. that of a serial killer/psychopath terrorising female victims, could be said to be revisiting territory explored on 1987's Raise Your Fist and Yell. In addition, the last minute of the album, on the track "I Am The Spider" also makes reference, through a spoken outro by Cooper, to Steven. Steven was a character best-known from 1975's Welcome To My Nightmare.

While, Spider is no Nightmare, the album is certainly worth a listen. I promise, it will be hard to put down.

DOWNLOAD Alice Cooper - Killer [1971] (.zip, 49.72 MB)
DOWNLOAD Alice Cooper - Billion Dollar Babies [1973] (.zip, 55.53 MB)
DOWNLOAD Alice Cooper - Trash [1989] (.rar, 89.6 MB)
DOWNLOAD Alice Cooper - Hey Stoopid (.rar, 50.56 MB)
DOWNLOAD Alice Cooper - Along Came a Spider [2008] (.zip, 69.89)
Current Music: "(In Touch With) Your Feminine Side" by Alice Cooper