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Zipper Catches Skin
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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Warner Bros. Records
Catalog Number: 7599-23719-2
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Alice Cooper Vocals, Synthesizer|
John Nitzinger Guitars
Dick Wagner Guitars
Billy Steele Guitars
Erik Scott Bass
Duane Hitchings Synthesizer
Craig Krampf Drums
"I Am The Future" was part of the "Class Of '84" movie soundtrack
|1. ||Zorro’s Ascent ||3:56|
|2. ||Make That Money (Scrooge's Song) ||3:30|
|3. ||I Am the Future ||3:29|
|4. ||No Baloney Homosapiens ||5:06|
|5. ||Adaptable (Anything for You) ||2:56|
|6. ||I Like Girls ||2:25|
|7. ||Remarkably Insincere ||2:07|
|8. ||Tag, You’re It ||2:54|
|9. ||I Better Be Good ||2:48|
|10. ||I'm Alive (That Was the Day My Dead Pet Returned to Save My Life) ||3:13|
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|Total Running Time:|| 32:24|
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: February 1, 2005 at 8:29|
|One of several "comedy" albums Alice released in the early 80s. Snappy, demented lyrics that sound like they were written on-the-spot. So bad... they're good. This is a proposterous CD with Alice basically reduced to a singing Muppet. I laughed my ass off when I first played this CD... you won't believe some of the lyrics. For instance: "You ain't no Hepburn/And I ain't no Fonda/But if you were drowning/In Golden Ponda".
||Date: February 1, 2005 at 18:02|
|And again I have to disagree with you, buddy. No wonder the lyrics are, as you say, "demented" because Alice wrote them during his recovery which was at the same time a blackout period of his life. The tunes are fun, just listen to I Better Be Good or Zorro's Ascent. And if you don't like the lyrics - well, simply put on a smile and get over them. After all isn't it the music that counts?
|From: Mark K
||Date: February 27, 2005 at 19:14|
|I actually like this album a fair amount. Some good rocking tunes on here and way better than it predecessor. In some ways it feels like an updated version of Muscle of Love with its goofy lyrics and light hearted rockin style. The only song I dislike is I Better Be Good. I gave it a 7.5
||Date: December 16, 2005 at 9:31|
|Still messing around with the new wave stuff. This disc helped to alienate Alice even further from his hard rock and heavy metal fans, not necessarily because of the music, but because Alice is pictured with short greased back hair and he is dressed in a white collar shirt and tie. Yikes! Funny album title.
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