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KillSmith Two

by Neal Smith

Hot on the heels of his induction into the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame, this legendary drummer has unleashed upon the world his most aggressive release to date. His new CD is a mind blistering, head banging masterpie. Get you personally autographed CD today!
Genre: Rock: Industrial Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. 2000 Miles from Detroit
5:19 $0.99
2. Suicide Highway
4:28 $0.99
3. Cemetery of the Damned
6:49 $0.99
4. Evil Voodoo Moon
5:43 $0.99
5. Death By the Numbers
5:20 $0.99
6. Crimes of High Passion
4:52 $0.99
7. Legend of Viper Company
6:12 $0.99
8. Die for the Night
4:59 $0.99
9. Strip Down
3:46 $0.99
10. Kiss My Rock
4:52 $0.99
11. Anything
4:35 $0.99
12. Squeeze Like A Python
6:11 $0.99
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Album Notes
Get your "KillSmith Two" CD today! Each CD is personally autographed by Neal Smith.

Hot on the heels of his induction into the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame, legendary Alice Cooper Group drummer Neal Smith has unleashed upon the world his most aggressive release to date – 'KillSmith Two'; a mind blistering, head banging masterpiece in metal macabre. Neal Smith, who recently reunited with Alice Cooper and recorded several new tracks for Alice's 'Welcome 2 My Nightmare' (which also features fellow AC Group members Michael Bruce and Dennis Dunaway), promises his new CD will rock you to your very soul and then stomp on it!

“I think it's the best writing I've ever done with industrial strength music,” says Neal. “The fourth song on the 'K$2' CD is called 'Evil Voodoo Moon'. It is the song that's the mother of Alice's latest single called 'I'll Bite Your Face Off”, featured on his great new CD 'Welcome 2 My Nightmare'. One of the main goals I had in mind while writing 'K$2' was to keep my lyrics radio friendly this time. My colorful vocabulary could make a drunken sailor blush. So I took it back a few notches for airplay, something I didn't do on my first KillSmith CD 'Sexual Savior' when I just let all hell break loose.”

Neal Smith is best known worldwide for his innovative drumming and outrageous stage antics with the original Alice Cooper Group. His solid drumming is the hallmark sound behind such classic 1970's Alice Cooper hits "School's Out", "I'm Eighteen", "Billion Dollar Babies" and "No More Mr. Nice Guy". Neal is also a prolific songwriter, who helped pen many of Cooper's best known songs. The Alice Cooper Group was the first band to introduce theatrics to the rock and roll stage, the group has sold over 25 million records worldwide. Neal has six gold and five platinum records to his credit, and has performed before millions on extensive grand World Tours. From the late 1970s to the present, Smith's trademark drums can be heard on several albums, including the Billion Dollar Babies, The Plasmatics, Buck Dharma, Deadringer, Bouchard, Dunaway and Smith, Cinematik and his most recent critically acclaimed solo project KillSmith CDs. KillSmith's debut CD 'Sexual Savior' released in 2008 garnered praise from fans and critics worldwide. And now with 'KillSmith Two', Neal takes his ferocious brand of rock and roll to another level!

“In addition to crafting my lyrics for the radio, the new songs on 'K$2' have evolved with more defined choruses and themes,” explains Neal. “Heavy industrial guitars are still the heart of the KillSmith sound along with my pounding drums.”

KillSmith features: Neal 'Kill' Smith (lead vocals, rhythm guitar, synthesizer, drums & percussion), Peter 'The Cat' Catucci (bass guitar & backing vocals), Doug Wahlberg (lead guitar), Kevin Franklin (lead guitar), Bryan Morrell (lead guitar) and Pete 'Keys' Hickey (keyboards)



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Welcome surprise!
Great to get another new CD from a former Alice Cooper Band member. Neal shows he knows how to write some really good songs. His backup band is very tight. Great guitar solo at the end of " Squeeze Like a Python".


This is Neal's third album and if three's the charm, then KillSmith Two is a guitar thrashing full-bodied raw power roar with rockin' drums CD. After patiently awaiting this third CD, it has been well worth the wait. The first track "2,000 Miles to Detroit" opens with a grand slam home run right off and is followed by "Suicide Highway" (kind of a get your kicks from Route 66) song. If that's not enough, be sure to check out "Squeeze Like A Python" a strong gritty ditty entwined with a clever Egyptian flavor backdrop. All wanna be Vampires be prepared for an about face with "Die For the Night". This track is unlike any of the previous songs written by Neal and clearly shows his versatility and ability to change direction in a slower more mellow toned voice track. Altogether the band members exhibit great musical chemistry with a strong foundation making an awesome CD. YUM!


a hard rock treasure
From the classic hard rock songs like "Suicide Highway", "Evil Voodoo Moon", "Strip Down", "Kiss My Rock" to the darker "Cemetery of the Damned (23)" and the melodic "Die For the Night", all tracks are lyrically clever and witty while they have a touch of a more modern sound.
No one has ever questioned Neal's contribution to all the Alice Cooper anthems and this album is just another proof of how talented he really is as he's produced and written all twelve tracks of KillSmith Two. Plus, as you would expect, the drums are spectacular.
Highly recommended to all of you Sick Things out there! Cheers.