Category Archives: Alternative

The Great American Success Story - Alice Cooper (2) - Constrictor (Vinyl, LP, Album)

Posted on by

8 thoughts on “ The Great American Success Story - Alice Cooper (2) - Constrictor (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Great American Success Story Lyrics: He was born in a depressed nation / Started tough and worked his way right off the street / Thumbed his nose at a graduation / Wheeled and dealed, his.

  2. Constrictor marked a come-back for Alice Cooper, transitioning from the booze and drug-fuelled early 80's output to the hair-metal heavy scene of the late 80's. The contents isn't particularly memorable aside from the hit He's Back (The Man Behind The Mask) which was the theme for Friday the 13th Part VI, however Cooper would soon be back to his chart-topping best.

  3. Get the best deals on Alice Cooper Vinyl Records when you shop the largest online selection at lowsmasiptigotiledanmortmisdihe.coinfo Free shipping on many items ALICE COOPER: Constrictor US MCA Club Press Hard Rock LP NM Vinyl. $ $ shipping. or Best Offer. Watch. ALICE COOPER - From The Inside, vintage VINYL LP BSK $ Free shipping.

  4. Sep 29,  · 2. Give It Up 3. Thrill My Gorilla 4. Life And Death Of The Party 5. Simple Disobedience Side 2 1. The World Needs Guts 2. Trick Bag 3. Crawlin’ 4. The Great American Success Story 5. He’s Back (The Man Behind The Mask) Musicians: Alice Cooper – vocals Kane Roberts – bass, guitar, keyboards, background vocals Paul Delph – keyboards.

  5. Prince Of Darkness is a compilation album of Raise Your Fist And Yell as well as Constrictor. If you're a collector, I would recommend buying both albums separate. However, if you're new to Alice Cooper, this is a great album, since there is very little filler on it/5(16).

  6. At a time when many of the forgotten bands of the '70s began to resurface, Alice Cooper released Constrictor in , his first album in three years. The album attempts a fresh start, which made sense, since Cooper suffered physically, creatively, and commercially over the past decade due to changing trends and alcoholism, which left his latest releases void of the energy that had made Killer.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *