Hey Stoopid is the twelfth solo album by heavy metal artist Alice Cooper, published on 1991-07-02. The albums features songs about breakups, relationships, sex, rehabilitation, rebellion, and mental disorders and they're played in the style of glam metal, heavy metal, and hard rock. The album includes a large cast of popular heavy metal artist not directly associated with Alice Cooper, both as composers and musicians.
My older brother or sister got this album shortly after it came out. I wasn't a huge fan of it, but I heard it enough to know a couple of the songs. Over time, I became more interested in hard rock and heavy metal and I started liking more of the songs of Alice Cooper, but nothing really from this album. Around 2001, I was dating a young woman who was a fan of Alice Cooper, and I started listening to more of his music, so I ended up buying this album and becoming reacquainted with it. It has since become my favorite of Alice Cooper's albums, and one of my favorite albums in general.
I own this album on CD.
All songs sung by Alice Cooper.
This is the order in which I enjoy the songs from this album, and their individual song ratings.
|1||Might As Well Be On Mars||8|
|2||Die For You||8|
|4||Burning Our Bed||7|
|6||Love's a Loaded Gun||5|
|8||Feed My Frankenstein||4|
|9||Little By Little||4|
The album's total score is 480.