Hey Stoopid

Hey Stoopid

by Alice Cooper


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Unfortunately, the return to the high end of the charts that Alice Cooper enjoyed with 1989's Trash was short-lived. On his similar follow-up -- another slick pop-metal effort -- Cooper no longer had the input of hit producer/songwriter Desmond Child, and worked with Peter Collins instead. The result is an album that, although generally enjoyable and far from bad, isn't essential. The CD's more memorable offerings include the clever and amusing "Feed My Frankenstein," the dramatic "Love's a Loaded Gun," and the inspired title song -- which admonishes rockers not to self-destruct. But despite its strong points, Hey Stoopid is for only Cooper's more devoted followers.

Product Details

Release Date: 07/02/1991
Label: Sony
UPC: 0074644678628
catalogNumber: 46786

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Alice Cooper   Primary Artist,Harmonica,Vocals
Vinnie Moore   Guitar
Ozzy Osbourne   Background Vocals
Joe Satriani   Guitar,Background Vocals
Steve Vai   Guitar
Mike Finnigan   Background Vocals
Ian Richardson   Background Vocals
Robert Bailey   Keyboards
Sherwood Ball   Background Vocals
Stef Burns   Guitar
Stan Bush   Background Vocals
Nick Coler   Background Vocals
Steve Croes   Synclavier
Mickey Curry   Drums
Gary Falcone   Background Vocals
Hugh McDonald   Bass
Shaun Murphy   Background Vocals
Slash   Guitar
John Webster   Keyboards
Terry Wood   Background Vocals
Nikki Sixx   Bass
Lance Bulen   Background Vocals
Kelly Keeling   Background Vocals
Mick Wilson   Background Vocals
Jai Winding   Keyboards
Zachary Nevel   Background Vocals
Tony Palmucci   Background Vocals
Vic Pepe   Background Vocals
Jack Ponti   Background Vocals
Scott Bender   Background Vocals

Technical Credits

Alice Cooper   Composer
Chris Boardman   String Arrangements
Zodiac Mindwarp & the Love Reaction   Composer
Desmond Child   Composer
Peter Collins   Producer
Ian Richardson   Composer
David Campbell   Arranger
Joey Carbone   Arranger
Nick Coler   Composer
Paul Northfield   Engineer
Steve West   Composer
Vic Pepe   Arranger
Jack Ponti   Arranger
Zodiac Mindwarp   Composer

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Hey Stoopid 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Rockmyfriends49 More than 1 year ago
Alice Cooper had the last laugh on the music industry which thought Alice's biggest days were in the 70's with the platinum success of the Trash album. In 1991, with hair metal beginning to lose favor with younger listeners, Cooper put out another album in the pop metal vein and the results are amazing. This album rocks much more than Trash (which came out two years earlier) and Cooper's trademark dark humor is more evident here. Songs like "Love's a Loaded Gun" will remind listeners of some of his 70's stuff and songs like "Dangerous Tonight" and "Wind-Up Toy" will please fans who love Cooper's tongue in cheek sense of humor. This is an excellent album and while not as big of a seller as Trash, this album did very well in many countries and further proved Cooper was here to stay. Cooper remains a strong force in music even today (2017).