Alice Cooper enlisted a star-studded cast for synth-heavy monster mash "Feed My Frankenstein" — chief among them guitar whizzes Steve Vai and Joe Satriani. "I wanted this song to be a Frankenstein," Cooper said in a 1991 interview with Meat magazine, "so I wanted the two best monster guitarists on it." Other minions included bassist Nikki Sixx and Elvira herself. Although originally released on his 1991 album Hey Stoopid, nobody was really shouting "It's alive!" until it was showcased in Wayne's World the following year, going on to make history as the only single ever to crack the U.K. Top 30 with the lyric "lick my libido." "Everywhere I go, people bow down and yell, 'We are not worthy,'" Cooper told Kerrang! in 1992.