Super group with Alice Cooper on vocals, supported by Joe Perry, Brian Johnson, Paul McCartney, and even Johnny Depp among others. Even Christopher Lee gets in a vocal introduction.
The song selection is dedicated to past musicians who fell apart, and even died, due to the influence of drugs and alcohol.
Solid rock and great covers, and greater than the sum of its parts. The combination of "School's Out" with "Another Brick in the Wall" particularly stands out.
Perfect album if you are looking for an end of the 80s or beginning of 90s glam rock type of songs : mostly two verses and couplets followed by a huge guitar riff ending with a last couplet. Well done, but nothing to write to my mother about. It is nice to hear and see a bunch of older - but talented - rockers jamming together and having fun by creating music they like. I am sure many people will enjoy it, but for me there is really nothing outstanding, not even one or two catchy songs. Worth listening once for the big names composing the band, but that's all there is for me. Johnny Depp seems to be a personality who thinks outside of the box, I am still wondering what he does in there.
This turned out to be a great album! I was skeptical and waited a while before i got around to checking it out, but it was one of those rare albums that when you hear it for the very first time you can tell as soon as the first track begins its going to be a great listen. I loved it!
Alice Cooper, Johnny Depp and a host of R&R's finest contribute to this great album. Great version of The Who's My Generation and The Doors Five to One. A tribute to those Rockers who are no longer with us. Turn it up, Enjoy!
Pretty weak song selection, considering the talent.
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