Mascara & Monsters: The Best of Alice Cooper

Mascara & Monsters: The Best of Alice Cooper

by Alice CooperAlice Cooper


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Rhino's Mascara & Monsters presents a more concise alternative to 1999's mammoth, four-disc set The Life & Crimes of Alice Cooper. Like the box set, this album delivers digitally remastered versions of 22 of Cooper's best-known rock anthems, including "Eighteen," "School's Out," "Billion Dollar Babies," "Poison," and "Welcome to My Nightmare." Just thorough enough to please both casual fans and diehards, Mascara & Monsters: The Best of Alice Cooper is the most complete retrospective available on one disc.

Product Details

Release Date: 01/16/2001
Label: Rhino
UPC: 0081227580629
catalogNumber: 75806
Rank: 8568

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Alice Cooper   Primary Artist
Michael Bruce   Guitar,Keyboards,Background Vocals
Glen Buxton   Guitar
Dennis Dunaway   Bass,Background Vocals

Technical Credits

Alice Cooper   Composer
David Foster   Composer,Producer
Desmond Child   Composer,Producer
Peter Collins   Producer
Michael Bruce   Composer,Producer
Roy Thomas Baker   Producer
Duane Baron   Producer
Hugh Brown   Art Direction
Glen Buxton   Composer,Producer
Jack Douglas   Producer
Dennis Dunaway   Composer,Producer
Bob Ezrin   Composer,Producer
Don Fleming   Producer
Beau Hill   Producer
Bill Inglot   Engineer,Audio Production
Bob Marlette   Producer
John McCurry   Composer
Brian Nelson   Producer
Thom Panunzio   Producer
Richard Podolor   Producer
John Purdell   Producer
Jack Richardson   Producer
Erik Scott   Producer
Neal Smith   Composer
Bernie Taupin   Composer
Michael Wagener   Producer
Dick Wagner   Composer
Andy Wallace   Producer
Julie Vlasak   Art Direction
Bill Eppridge   Cover Photo

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5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Mascara and Monsters may be another collection of Alice Cooper's greatest hits. But the disc is worth picking up. Like the mammoth four disc set Life and Crimes, Mascara and Monsters about sums it up. It's nothing short of the best of the best of Alice Cooper. It's a great disc for the die hard fans like myself, and those new who want to learn about the legend of Alice. Trust me, you won't be disappointed/
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