Talk:Alice Cooper Goes to Hell

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disco attempts[edit]

There is not one disco beat or disco guitar lick or disco anything on this old classic recording.

Even the one song in this collection that is about dancing sounds more like a seventies action television theme song than it does a disco song.

Unless there is someone who has heard the music on this recording and has an objection to me changing the description, I am going to change the description. Not everyone was trying to make disco in 1976.

It is more comedy than disco -- (muttering away to herself) Carol 13:01, 11 December 2007 (UTC)

Noted. Good observation. I concur and it has been rm'd. (talk) 13:28, 11 December 2007 (UTC)Reply[reply]
I didn't even look at the categories it was in, I was reading the text and the wikilinked Saturday Night Fever. Also, the liner notes don't say a thing about sequel. The hyphenated word "follow-up" is used, but the album was and is a stand alone. I think the sequel part in that text is moot or bogus or both.
The liner notes do say "comically chilling concept album" and "perverse, provocative brilliance". There is not even any disco sarcasm on this recording, as one might find on Zappa albums from the same era -- the liner notes mention a couple of Coopers earlier recordings that were recorded at (I quote now) "Frank Zappa's Straight Records label".
I wonder sometimes if some of these musicians had known that thirty years from when they were making these recordings and also the legendary & dramatic concert tours -- if they had known that they would all be lumped into a "Glam rock" category -- if they would have done all that neat and often funny stuff? Glam started from musicians dressing like women? Alice was always so much more macabre then feminine. David Bowie -- and I like David Bowie almost as much as Alice so it isn't about that -- David Bowie was Glam and Alice was Macabre. It is simple and in a world where simple is so difficult to achieve, it seems to me that in these few occasions where we can reach back in time and grab the simple from then, we should do this. -- (more wtf muttering now) Carol 02:49, 12 December 2007 (UTC)

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