Also reissued as "Welcome To The Nightmare"
with three bonus tracks in a new cover
Michael Bruce apparently had the chance to play on the album but this now seems unlikely due to a disagreement between Michael`s manager and the organisers.
From an online music news site:
Alice has been mentioned in various somgs by other artists over the years. Below are details of some of the moe well known ones.
Extreme - 'When I'm President'
On the album Pornographitti by Extreme, released in the late 80s/early 90s, there is a song called "When I'm President". It is a rock song with rapped lyrics. After the guitar solo, there is an interchange between the singer and the guitarist
They Might Be Giants - "Why Must I be Sad"
This is a song from their 'John Henry' album.
This last part where all the song titles are listed, one person is singing the titles while another is singing the line "Why must I Be Sad?" over and over again
Dangerous Toys - Scared
This song from their self-titled album even says "...dedicated to Alice Cooper" in the credits. Apparently the lead singer is a big Alice fan, and the band supported ALice around 1991. The lyrics are as follows:
The Scorpions` 'Speedy's Coming' has the line "Do you like Alice Cooper, do you like Ringo Star"
Wednesday 13's 'Something This Way Comes'
Rob Zombie's 'Get Your Boots On! That's The End Of Rock And Roll'
Red Hot Chilli Peppers's 'Go Robot'
Dr Hooks' song 'Everybody's Making It Big But Me' features the line:
Royal Court Of China's 'Geared and Primed' features the line:
This band also appeared on the 'Welcome To Our Nightmare' tribute album (see above).