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Alice Cooper's Greatest Hits

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I'm Eighteen
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Is It My Body
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Desperado
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Under My Wheels
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Be My Lover
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School's Out (Album/Single Version)
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Hello Hooray
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Elected
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No More Mr. Nice Guy
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Billion Dollar Babies
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Teenage Lament '74
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Muscle Of Love
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 12   Total Length: 41:49

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School's Out

EMUSIC-02A31016

This is a really good song if you are getting out of school during the summer. It also makes people happy they are out for the summer.

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MISSING ALBUMS

EMUSIC-01BF0758

Yes! Where are Love it To Death and KIller? I can't believe you have Easy Action and Pretties for You. Hard-to-find classics!

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MISSING ALBUMS

EMUSIC-01BF0758

Yes! Where are Love it To Death and KIller? I can't believe you have Easy Action and Pretties for You. Hard-to-find classics!

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Lotve Me Some Alice!!!!

foxyblk1

I love Alice Cooper. He's my workoutman. Saw him last year at the Universal Amp. Halloween Hootnanny 2010. Yeah Baby you still rock!

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Great Collection

evilshaw

I love all of these songs

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Short but Sweet

rickstervc

Clocking in a a rockin' 41 minutes, this is a short blast of primo Alice. It seems brief nowadays, but it is something that I can play from end to end and rock all the way. If you only want a little bit of vintage Alice, this is the ticket.

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greatest hits

peterdhall56

excellent music for me brings back old good memories gettin out of high school parties and the summer ahead i saw alice cooper at a bar in atlantic city years ago cool little set he had

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Where's...

MusicLab

"Killer"? "Love It to Death"? "School's Out"? That was Alice's heydey and they have the greatest hits here... so why not those others?

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A good summary

jugaluck

In addition to "Love It To Death", what I feel is their best album "Killer" is also missing. Alice Cooper just hasn't been the same since he parted company with the band that was known as Alice Cooper.

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This is nice...

tomwilly

BUT WHERE IS THE ALBUM 'LOVE IT TO DEATH'??? It was definitively their best work.

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"I'm a boy and I'm a man!" Alice Cooper proclaimed in his 1971 breakthrough hit, "I'm Eighteen," and straddling that cusp, drawing a borderline between his performance self and his private life, has also enabled him to enjoy a long and celebrated career. Unlike many performers who walk the jagged edge of shock and awwww... he has understood (and not always easily), over the course of four decades, that there are those who live their… more »

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With the future of the original Alice Cooper band in doubt by mid-1974 (they would soon break up for good with Alice going solo), Warner Bros. decided to issue a best-of compilation entitled Greatest Hits. If you’re a newcomer to Alice, this 12-track compilation is a must-hear — all the selections are exceptional. While many have chosen to focus primarily on Cooper’s theatrics over the years, the original bandmembers were indeed supreme rock songwriters; such anthems as “I’m Eighteen,” “Under My Wheels,” “School’s Out,” and “No More Mr. Nice Guy” are unquestionably among the finest hard rock tracks of all time. And the other selections prove to be just as strong — “Is It My Body,” “Desperado,” “Be My Lover,” “Elected,” “Billion Dollar Babies,” and “Muscle of Love” are all outstanding as well. The only criticism of the original release is that the collection overlooked the band’s key album tracks never issued as singles. – Greg Prato

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