Dee Snider Shares What He Actually Thinks About Alice Cooper

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Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider recently posted a tweet on his Twitter account and recalled one of the most meaningful collaborations of his music career while expressing his happiness for getting the chance to share vocals with his hero, Alice Cooper.

Dee Snider is known to be one of the most well-appreciated metal vocalists of all time and he achieved worldwide fame in the ’80s as the lead singer of Twisted Sister. However, Snider is also known for his successful side projects and great collaborations, but it seems like his most favorite one took place in 1985.

When Twisted Sister was at the height of its success, the band decided to collaborate with Alice Cooper on the second single of their fourth album, ‘Come Out and Play.’ Alice Cooper was not the only celebrity guest on ‘Be Chrool To Your Scuel‘ as the guitar solo was played by Brian Setzer, the piano by Billy Joel, and the saxophone solo by Clarence Clemons.

Well, it should be clear by now why this collaboration is still one of Dee Snider’s favorites. Recently, a fan asked Dee how it felt to sing a song with Alice Cooper through Twitter. To this, Dee responded by saying that it was ‘surreal’ because Cooper is his hero and one of his biggest inspirations.

A fan asked Dee Snider the following question:

“The ’80s had the best Rock & Roll music. My question to Dee Snider is: How was it to sing a song with Alice Cooper?”

Dee Snider recalled his experience with the following words:

“Surreal. He is my hero and inspiration.”

You can check out the tweets and listen to ‘Be Chrool To Your Scuel‘ below.