Album Info

Warner Music
Pop/Rock, Arena Rock, Contemporary Pop/Rock, Heavy Metal, Album Rock, Hard Rock, Detroit Rock

Album Review

From the Inside was hardly Alice Cooper's best-selling or most accessible album. An intensely personal account of his recovery from substance abuse, it tends to be one of his most abstract efforts and lacks the immediacy of Billion Dollar Babies, Welcome to My Nightmare, or Alice Cooper Goes to Hell. There are no rock anthems here à la "School's Out" or "18" and no celebrations of shock value like "I Love the Dead" or "The Black Widow." Instead, the singer honestly documents the way he confronted his demons and emerged victorious. Sometimes, this introspective effort is too self-indulgent and intellectual for its own good, but at its best as on "How You Gonna See Me Now", From the Inside is as riveting as it in inspiring.
Alex Henderson, Rovi

Track Listing

  1. From the Inside
  2. Wish I Were Born in Beverly Hills
  3. The Quiet Room
  4. Nurse Rozetta
  5. Millie and Billie
  6. Serious
  7. How You Gonna See Me Now
  8. For Veronica's Sake
  9. Jackknife Johnny
  10. Inmates (We're All Crazy)