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Rolling Stone (1/6/72, p.68) - "...KILLER is without a doubt the best Alice Cooper album yet and one of the finest rock & roll recordings released in 1971..." -Lester Bangs116.988

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Rolling Stone (1/6/72, p.68) - "...KILLER is without a doubt the best Alice Cooper album yet and one of the finest rock & roll recordings released in 1971..." -Lester Bangs116.988

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Q (12/03, p.123) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...With a sound straight out of 1974, this represents a miraculous return to form..."92.91431

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Billboard (p.41) - "[A] cheerfully twisted yarn delivered with a full-on dose of guitar rockers, the requisite ballad, a soaring anthem...and nods to Cooper's glam rock past..."Kerrang (Magazine) (p.49) - "The songs are great and the connecting them, a spider-obsessed serial killer that fall in love with a victim, is the perfect sick menace we expect. Welcome back to your nightmare."Record Collector (magazine) (p.89) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[A]n album which will please long-time fans, while showing never generations a true original still on form."81.30003

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Entertainment Weekly (4/23/99, p.63) - "...The first two discs are especially revelatory, tracing the band's metamorphosis from naive Yardbirds copyists to sicko psychedelicists to the definitely tough, tuneful hard-rock unity they became in the '70s. Hey, kids: Skip those Marilyn Manson tickets and invest in this instead." - Rating: B+CMJ (5/17/99, p.29) - "...thoroughly represents Alice's career from the early days to his most recent recordings....if you can't get a celebratory springtime headbang going listening to "School's Out," you're dangerously close to turning into your parents."81.30003

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Billboard (p.41) - "[A] cheerfully twisted yarn delivered with a full-on dose of guitar rockers, the requisite ballad, a soaring anthem...and nods to Cooper's glam rock past..."Kerrang (Magazine) (p.49) - "The songs are great and the connecting them, a spider-obsessed serial killer that fall in love with a victim, is the perfect sick menace we expect. Welcome back to your nightmare."Record Collector (magazine) (p.89) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[A]n album which will please long-time fans, while showing never generations a true original still on form."81.30003

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Rolling Stone (4/15/71, p.42) - "...from the first note it was right: Alice Cooper bringing it all back home again. God it's beautiful..."Kerrang (Magazine) (p.69) - "Adding a pre-punk sneer to proceedings, LOVE IT TO DEATH is chock-full of genuine classics..."0.633859

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Q (4/01, p.117) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...Good old-fashioned songwriting craft....a potent reminder of why Alice Cooper were signed to Frank Zappa's Straight label in the first place..."Alternative Press (5/01, p.96) - "...This 1973 gem still sounds thrilling...due to the songs' grandiose tunefulness, the band's astounding performances and the singer's irrefutable charisma..."CMJ (3/5/01, p.15) - "...The live material...is frankly, a how-to-lesson in hard rock. The Coop's original band was one of the greatest, and is criminally underrated..."Mojo (Publisher) (5/01, p.122) - "...What's most apparent is the debt of the band's so-so strut owed to The Who: 'No More Mr Nice Guy' and 'Generation Landslide' were virtually Townshend by numbers, and Alice's vocals owed a huge debt to Daltrey's hoary bark..."0.3697511

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Rolling Stone (5/13/99, p.56) - Included in Rolling Stone's "Essential Recordings of the 90's."Rolling Stone (10/17/91) - 4 Stars - Excellent - "...Guns N' Roses fire on all comers and take no prisoners..."Rolling Stone - 4 Stars - Excellent - "..Guns N' Roses fire on all comers and take no prisoners."Kerrang (Magazine) (p.53) - "There were huge ballads, orchestral behemoths and an appearance from Alice Cooper."New York Times (Publisher) (9/15/91) - "...Finally, the baddest boys in rock are back on record--and nearly as confused, abused, defensive and defiant as ever...."New York Times (Publisher) (9/15/91) - "Finally, the baddest boys in rock are back on record--and nearly as confused, abused, defensive and defiant as ever."0.3697511

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Q (4/01, p.117) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...Good old-fashioned songwriting craft....a potent reminder of why Alice Cooper were signed to Frank Zappa's Straight label in the first place..."Alternative Press (5/01, p.96) - "...This 1973 gem still sounds thrilling...due to the songs' grandiose tunefulness, the band's astounding performances and the singer's irrefutable charisma..."CMJ (3/5/01, p.15) - "...The live material...is frankly, a how-to-lesson in hard rock. The Coop's original band was one of the greatest, and is criminally underrated..."Mojo (Publisher) (5/01, p.122) - "...What's most apparent is the debt of the band's so-so strut owed to The Who: 'No More Mr Nice Guy' and 'Generation Landslide' were virtually Townshend by numbers, and Alice's vocals owed a huge debt to Daltrey's hoary bark..."0.3697511

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Q (4/01, p.117) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...Good old-fashioned songwriting craft....a potent reminder of why Alice Cooper were signed to Frank Zappa's Straight label in the first place..."Alternative Press (5/01, p.96) - "...This 1973 gem still sounds thrilling...due to the songs' grandiose tunefulness, the band's astounding performances and the singer's irrefutable charisma..."CMJ (3/5/01, p.15) - "...The live material...is frankly, a how-to-lesson in hard rock. The Coop's original band was one of the greatest, and is criminally underrated..."Mojo (Publisher) (5/01, p.122) - "...What's most apparent is the debt of the band's so-so strut owed to The Who: 'No More Mr Nice Guy' and 'Generation Landslide' were virtually Townshend by numbers, and Alice's vocals owed a huge debt to Daltrey's hoary bark..."0.3697511

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Rolling Stone (5/11/00, pp.134,136) - 3.5 stars out of 5 - "...A fantastic collection of new-school blues-boogie that goes a long way toward capturing the heat of the group's live show..."Entertainment Weekly (4/14/00, p.74) - "...Looks back to the flamboyantly sweaty boogie Jagger & Co. played at their '70s peak - and completely rejuvenates it....000 is a shot of put-your-hands-in-the-air party music." - Rating: BAlternative Press (5/00, p.84) - 4 out of 5 - "...an unpolished monument to musical forerunners who have injected their rock with vigorous R&B....000's 'blues-as-religion' fervor secures the Delta 72's unique niche in Touch and Go's renowned roster."Magnet (p.81) - "Lurking within the Delta 72's hard-chiseled Stones thump and sinewy R&B groove was a pop sensibility..."Magnet (6-7/00, p.73) - "...10 sweat-soaked rave-ups providing incontrovertible evidence that rock'n'roll is 'not' dead..."CMJ (4/3/00, p.3) - "...Delves deep into the bluesy raunch and soul pioneered by the late-'60s Stones and Small Faces....a stunning growth spurt from a band with a big idea."Mojo (Publisher) (5/00, pp.88-9) - "...A full-frontal assault and there's room for one more up top on the rock and soul primitivist battle-bus....It's like ELECTED-era Alice Cooper fronting Booker T. And The MG's. It's like EMOTIONAL RESCUE never happened."0.2641079

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Spin (8/00, p.156) - 7 out of 10 - "...Camaro-rock....It's impossible to predict what these art-school dirtbags will sound like from one record to the next....[Their] randomness 'is' their schtick, their gift to faux-sleazy history, and they never fail to wake up their muse whenever it passes out."Magnet (8-9/00, p.89) - "...An arsenal of catchy guitar, vocal and rhythmic lines designed to keep things lively...hearkening back to their pastiche/college early days....this is inspired kitsch of the highest order."The Wire (6/00, p.57) - "...Their visionary rock'n'roll blueprint takes in everything from Ornette inspired harmolodics, Alice Cooper, Black Ark recording techniques and a genuinely twisted ear for hyperreal rock sound..."CMJ (6/19/00, p.3) - "...Riding side-saddle through rambling blues riffs, the laid-back control...teeters on the brink of physical, psychological and musical collapse....quite listenable..."Melody Maker (6/13/00, p.82) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...It has moments of genius that most bands could only ever dream of, where the tunes manage to eclipse the attitude....A triumph of style over plodding content."Mojo (Publisher) (7/00, pp.100-1) - "...A pared-down, riff-driven music that sits somewhere between the American underground and early '70s Stones....Trux-world is a pretty firmly-defined place, where the amps are legally obliged to remain on..."NME (Magazine) (6/3/00, p.41) - 7 out of 10 - "...A testament to raw power. Rock'n'roll that is at once chaotic, seemingly random 'and yet' very carefully thought out....A suite of gritty, sometimes languid songs...showing off the couple's refusal to do the expected is intact..."0.2641079

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Entertainment Weekly (10/8/93, p.54) - "...a shot of primo nostalgia...a mess of real good tunes..." - Rating: AQ (10/94, p.135) - 3 Stars - Good - "...the days when rock rolled, bands couldn't differentiate between sexism and sexy and dinosaurs like Foghat ruled the airwaves..."0.2247429

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Billboard (p.32) - "[A] diverse and wide-ranging affair, from the industrial grind of 'Sick Bubblegum' and 'Mars Needs Women' to the garage-y fury of 'Death and Destiny Inside the Dream Factory'..."0.1605306

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