Alice Cooper - From the inside – 1978

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Alice Cooper - From the inside – 1978

Postby Roland Bru » Thu Oct 16, 2008 12:01 pm

A little less shock rock, with no boa constrictors on stage, and an interesting concept. Somewhat tainted by disco (as, among many others, the Rolling stones and Kiss had that same year: remember Miss you and I was made for lovin’ you? This is especially obvious in the title song and Wish I were born in Beverly Hills, but it appears in other places as well.

The quiet room and How you gonna see me now are beautiful ballads. Pompous and overblown, but that is to be expected with dear Alice. Millie and Billie is a love ballad sung by two patients: You’re the one that I want on Prozac. Inmates (we’re all crazy) sums it up then: not unlike We’re not gonna take it, the last track on Tommy by the Who. A good album, but not his best. At the same time, likeing does does not actually mean you'll like his best albums like Billion dollar babies.
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Re: Alice Cooper - From the inside – 1978

Postby Showblack » Tue Sep 15, 2015 12:33 pm

Song is talking about is music.
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Re: Alice Cooper - From the inside – 1978

Postby mixzzz » Mon Apr 10, 2017 7:33 am

I think too.
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