Killsmith Week: Day 5

(antiMusic) Most people got their first taste of Neal Smith's talent on most of Alice Cooper's classic songs. But to get the full Neal Smith experience you have to hear the new Killsmith album 'Sexual Savior,' where Neal not only wrote all the songs and played almost all of the instruments but also produced it! Last month Morley spoke with Neal about the album in details and we're including just a small part of that conversation here this week as Neal walks us through some of his favorite tracks from the CD. To conclude the special, today Neal tells us how he picked "Sexual Savior" as the title track to the album:

As a title, well you know, I guess it's like everything else. When you write a song, you write an album, I like to have a song that's representative of everything you're trying to do; now we always didn't do it. 'Love it to Death,' we didn't have a song called "Love it to Death", but certainly 'Killer,' we did have a song called "Killer", and School's Out as well. 'Billion Dollar Babies' and 'Muscle of Love. ' It's sort of traditional with the original Alice Cooper. I haven't always done that but I like to do that if it works.

And in this situation, that song is tough enough to represent KillSmith, and 'Sexual Savior ' certainly represents the sexual part of rock and roll, and what this project was about. And like you said, the 16 page booklet inside is certainly representative of that.

If you haven't checked out Morley's full interview yet, then hop to it! It's well worth the click. - Read it here

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