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Old 27th January 2016, 06:34 AM
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The penultimate song on the album is, you guessed it, another ballad! 'Jackknife Johnny' is about a Vietnam Vet, ignored by the country he was fighting for, hated by the other Vets because he fell in love with a 'gook'.

Again, it's not a bad song, but c'mon - 4 ballads on an album with 10 songs is a bit much!

09/10 Jackknife Johnny (Cooper, Taupin, Wagner)



"From his army confessions of his military days
You still carry the shrapnel, you're shell-shocked and dazed
Dear Johnny (oh Johnny) have you just lost your way
Or like denim and leather are you faded and frayed

Institute lackies with hot bourbon breath
White coats and needles Johnny like to scare you to death
Dear Johnny (Johnny) do you feel your best
When you're strung out at night on your morphine and meth

Jackknife Johnny you're a floor moppin' flunkie
Tool of a dagger's drawn world
Jackknife Johnny them old vets gotta hate you
For bringing home that V.C. girl
Jackknife Johnny welcome to our world

From the tone deaf hearing of the draft board game
You were washing cars down in Dallas when the holocaust came
Dear Johnny (Johnny) your excuse was lame
All your friends sleep in boxes while you sleep in chains

Jackknife Johnny you're a floor moppin' flunkie
Tool of a dagger's drawn world (tool of a dagger's drawn world)
Jackknife Johnny them old vets gotta hate you
For bringing home that V.C. girl
Jackknife Johnny welcome to our world

Jackknife Johnny you're a bad jungle monkey
Tool of a dagger's drawn world (tool of a dagger's drawn world)
Jackknife Johnny them old vets gotta hate you
For bringing home that V.C. girl
Jackknife Johnny Welcome to our world"


The final song on the album, 'Inmates (We're All Crazy)' is classic, old-school bad taste Alice. It's a very dark song, that uses a dramatic string arrangement that wouldn't have been out of place on the final Beatles album! The use of nursery-rhymes also gives the song a twisted feel

Lizzy Borden, mentioned in the song, was an American woman who was tried (and acquitted) for the axe murders of her father and her stepmother in 1892. She died in 1927. [As a side bar, there is an American band called 'Lizzy Borden' who have a male singer who's name is Lizzy Borden. Their songs are based around death and murder, and they have a very theatrical stage show. Sound familiar?]

10/10 Inmates (We're All Crazy) (Cooper, Taupin, Wagner)



"Not like we did something wrong
We just burned down the church
While the choir within sang religious songs
And it's not like we thought we was right
We just played with the wheels of a passenger train
That cracked on the tracks one night

It's not like we ain't on the ball
We just talk to our shrinks
Huh they talk to their shrinks
No wonder we're up the wall
We're not stupid or dumb
We're the lunatic fringe who rusted the hinge
On Uncle Sam's daughters and sons

Good old boys and girls
Congregating waiting in another world
With roller coaster brains
Imagine playing with trains

Good old boys and girls
Congregating waiting in some other world
We're all crazy, we're all crazy, we're all crazy
Lizzy Borden took an axe and gave her mother forty whacks

And don't think we're trying to be bad (no!)
All the innocent crime seemed alright at the time (Not neccesarily mad)
Not necessarily mad not necessarily mad
We watch every day for the bus
And the driver would say
"That's where lunatics stay"
I wonder if he's talking about us

It's not like we're vicious or gone (no!)
We just dug up the graves where your relatives lay In old forest lawn
And it's not like we don't know the score
We're the fragile elite they dragged off the street
I guess they just couldn't take us no more

Good old boys and girls
Congregating waiting in another world
With roller coaster brains
Imagine digging up graves

Good old boys and girls
Congregating waiting in some other world
We're all crazy, we're all crazy, we're all crazy,
We're all crazy, we're all crazy, we're all crazy
We're all crazy crazy crazy crazy, we're all crazy
We`re all crazy, we're all crazy, we're all crazy"


The tour to promote the album was called 'The Mad House Rocks' tour

Three nights were booked at the Wembley Arena on May 29th-31st 1979, but these were ultimately cancelled

The touring band, known as the 'Ultra Latex Band', consisted of:

Davey Johnstone - guitar
Steve Hunter - guitar
Prakash John ("Johhny Stilletto") - bass
Penti 'Whitey' Glan - drums
Fred Mandel - keyboards

Sheryl Cooper - dancer
Rosa Aragon - dancer
Uchi Sugiyami - dancer
Eugene Montoya (Martin Luther Queen) - dancer
Clifford Allen - dancer

Wendy Haas - background singer
Joe Pizzulo - background singer

A sample setlist consisted of:
  • Instrumental Intro
  • From The Inside
  • Serious
  • Nurse Rozetta
  • The Quiet Room
  • I Never Cry
  • Devil's Food intro-Welcome To My Nightmare
  • Billion Dollar Babies
  • Only Women Bleed
  • No More Mr. Nice Guy
  • I'm Eighteen
  • The Black Widow-instrumental
  • Wish I Was Born In Beverly Hills
  • Dead Babies
  • Ballad of Dwight Fry
  • All Strapped Up
  • It's Hot Tonight-instrumental
  • Go To Hell-Wish You Were Here
  • How You Gonna See Me Now
  • Inmates (We're All Crazy)
  • School's Out

A DVD entitled 'The Strange Case Of Alice Cooper' is available, filmed in San Diego on April 9th 1979, but sadly it has only been released as a Region 1 (American) version
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Old 29th January 2016, 06:27 PM
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And that, ladies and gentlemen, is the end of part 2

INTERMISSION

Alice had not only survived the break up of the original Alice Cooper Group, but had gone on to bigger things

He had produced highs - 'Welcome To My Nightmare' - and experienced lows - going into rehab

While Alice was in rehab, he got a special 'passout', so that he could appear in the film version of 'Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band' on the condition he returned immediately afterwards to resume treatment which he did. In the film, he played the character of 'Father Sun', performing The Beatles song 'Because', which had backing vocals by the Bee Gees. When he recorded the tune, he did it in the style of John Lennon. Producer George Martin was impressed with the recording, but it was not what he wanted, so he allegedly said to Alice: "That was good, but how would John have wanted you to do it?"

Because - Lennon, McCartney



"Because the world is round it turns me on
Because the world is round

Because the wind is high it blows my mind
Because the wind is high

Love is old, love is new
Love is all, love is you sweetie

Because the sky is blue it makes me cry
Because the sky is blue"


In addition to this oddity, he also recorded another song during the 'From The Inside' sessions, which became the 'B' side to the 'How You Gonna See Me Now' single. The song, which is about Heroin addiction, features Betty Wright as the featured female singer - she is a soul singer who has also worked with Bob Marley and Stevie Wonder amongst others

No Tricks - Taupin, Cooper, Wagner

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZpcdMaXabbk

"[Alice]
No tricks up my sleeve
I kicked the downs and now I'm clean
No shakes up my spine
I beat the speed and I dumped the wine
No tracks, that was yesterday
I changed my style, the way I play
[Betty] Don't you believe it
No blues
No depression
No more panic
Or obsession

[Betty]
Don't you believe
Anything he said
All them junkies talk that way
It's just as bad as it was before
I see the man knockin' at his back door

[Alice]
... this kid's straight
And put on ice
The street corner deals at any price
Come on and check my veins
And check my eyes

No tracks, that was yesterday
I changed my style, the way I play
[Betty] Don't you believe it
No blues
No depression
No more panic
Or obsession

Some tricks just go away
And other tricks they're here to stay
[Betty] Oh don't you know me
Sometimes my spirit's willin'
The flesh is weak and
That's what's killin'

[Betty]
Don't you believe anything he said
All them junkies talk that way
It's just as bad as it was before
I see the man knockin' at his back door

[Alice]
Hey now this kid's straight, put on ice
The street corner deals at any price
Come on and check my veins
And check my eyes

[Alice]
I tried so hard
But I'm hurting for another fix
It's just this habit
I, I can always kick
What do you say there friend?
[Betty] Don't you call me..
It's just a game
And I can beat it any day
No matter what this lovely lady say
Hey, wanna be my friend?

Some tricks yhey go away
And other tricks they're here to stay
[Betty] Oh don't you know me
Sometimes my spirit's willin'
My flesh is weak and
That's what's killin'

[Betty]
Don't you believe anything he said
All them junkies talk that way
It's just as bad as it was before
I see the man knockin' at his back door

[Alice]
I said this kid's straight
And put on ice
The street corner deals at any price
Come on and check my veins
And check my eyes"
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Old 29th January 2016, 06:46 PM
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PART 3: The 'Missing' Years


1980 saw Alice searching for a new character and musical style following his first brush with rehab. With the dawn of the new decade he seemed to have lost touch with his audience and while concert attendances were still good, album sales were falling fast.

For his next releases, Alice changed musical style - he tapped into the current fad of post-punk/new wave music!

He also changed his image from the gothic horror of the 70's, to what was (at the time) described as the 'widow twanky' look, a reference to the British theatre pantomime dames and their pancake makeup and chopstick hairdos

The classic Alice was gone. He even appeared on album covers in normal clothes with short hair, although actually it was just tied back in a poni-tail

In interviews and on stage he was still a performer and the entertainment was as good as ever, but to the average rock fan on the street, he looked like he had fallen to the traditional rock 'n' roll evils of drink and drugs.

This did not mean the early eighties albums were bad. All had their moments, and are hailed by some people as being among his best. But with his relationship with Warner Brothers almost non-existant, Alice was clearly adrift, looking for a new direction to take

The period 1980-1983, is also a time when Alice kept a pretty low profile outside of the shows. He fell of the wagon briefly and returned to the alcohol after a sip of Sheryl`s wine at dinner, and (although it wasn't admitted until 30 years later) he also discovered cocaine...

By his own admission, Alice has no memory of the recording of his next four albums - 'Flush The Fashion', 'Special Forces', 'Zipper Catches Skin' and 'DaDa'

Thankfully, Alice cleaned up for good around 1984 and that he has been "clean" ever since, but the period 1980 - 1984 was very much a low point in his history
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There's always more, but I've been collecting Alice for awhile.Susan - you're even crazier than I am, god bless you.
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Old 29th January 2016, 07:50 PM
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There's always more, but I've been collecting Alice for awhile.Susan - you're even crazier than I am, god bless you.
Thank you

You have a NICE collection there

I have the 'cut down' version of "Old School" - I couldn't afford the full set!

If you are a fan of the DVD's, if you don't have 'Brutally Live' and 'Theatre Of Death', then I seriously urge you to get them - they are very good
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Thank you

You have a NICE collection there

I have the 'cut down' version of "Old School" - I couldn't afford the full set!

If you are a fan of the DVD's, if you don't have 'Brutally Live' and 'Theatre Of Death', then I seriously urge you to get them - they are very good
I got them and Live at Montreux 2005.Sure would like to see The Nightmare Returns restored to Blu-ray.
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I'm still living in hope for an official release of 'The Nightmare' television special!
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Two years after the 'From The Inside' album, Alice released 'Flush The Fashion' in May 1980. As already stated, it was a noticeable change from the Alice of the 70s. New wave and punk had taken their toll and a new approach was needed, along with a new image...or so Alice obviously thought! The album contains one real classic song, a minor hit single and a real turkey! But the rest, while good material, wasn't what most Alice fans wanted

Alice has stated that the ideas and titles for all the songs on the album came from headlines in "The National Enquirer" (the American version of 'The Sunday Sport')!

For the first time in a long time, the line up on the album was constant

Alice Cooper - vocals
Davey Johnstone - Lead Guitar
Fred Mandel - Guitar, Keyboards
Dennis Conway - Drums
"Cooker" John LoPresti - Bass
Backing Vocals - Flo And Eddie, Joe Pizzulo, Fred Mandel, Ricky 'Rat' Tierney and Keith Allison.

Producer - Roy Thomas Baker

The first song on the album is entitled 'Talk Talk', and the change in musical style is evident - this could be a recording by The Cars or Devo! It is a solid rocker, but it is a synth-based solid rocker!

The song is a cover, originally recorded by the American band The Music Machine in 1966

01/10 - Talk Talk (Sean Bonniwell)



"I got me a complication
And it's an only child
Concern my reputation
As something more than wild
I know it serves me right
But I can't sleep at night
I have to hide my face
Or go some other place

No!
I won't cry out for justice
Admit that I was wrong
I Stay in hibernation
'Til the talk subsides and gone
My social life's a dud
My name is really mud
I'm up to here in lies
I guess I'm down to size
To size

I can't seem to talk about
The things that bother me
Seems to be what everybody has
Against me! (ooh! ooh! ooh! yeah!)

Now here's my situation
And how it really stands
I'm out of circulation
I've all but washed my hands
My social life's a dud
My name is really mud
I'm up to here in lies
I guess I'm down to size
To size

Talk, talk
Talk, talk
Talk, talk
Talk, talk"


The second song on the album is possibly best known by people. 'Clones (We're All)' was a minor hit single

This song is an attack on forced conformity and was very popular with high school students. The lyrics paint a future where all traces of the human race have been replaced by dehumanized clones: "We've destroyed the government, we're destroying time. No more problems on the way."

It's also been suggested that the song is based on a movie called 'Clones' from the late 70's(?), which features one of the clones saying to their creator "six is having problems adjusting to his clone status", but I have not been able to verify this suggestion

It was written by David Carron, who had been a member of Arlo Guthrie's touring band, Shenandoah, in the 1970s.

02/10 - Clones (We're All) (Carron)



"I'm a clone
I know it and I'm fine
I'm one and more are on the way
I'm two, doctor
Three's on the line
He'll take incubation another day

I'm all alone, so are we all
We're all clones
All are one and one are all
All are one and one are all

We destroy the government
We're destroying time
No more problems on the way
I'm through doctor
We don't need your kind
The other ones
Ugly ones
Stupid boys
Wrong ones

I'm all alone, so are we all
We're all clones
All are one and one are all
All are one and one are all

Six is having problems
Adjusting to his clone status
Have to put him on a shelf (please don`t put me on the shelf)
All day long we hear him crying so loud
I just wanna be myself
I just wanna be myself
I just wanna be myself
Be myself
Be myself

I'm all alone, so are we all
We destroy the government
We destroy time
No more problems on the way
I'm through doctor
We don't need your kind
The other ones
Ugly ones
Stupid boys
Wrong ones

I'm all alone, so are we all
We're all clones
All are one and one are all
All are one and one are all

I'm all alone, so are we all
We're all clones
All are one and one are all
All are one and one are all"
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The third song on the album is called 'Pain', and it is probably my favourite track on the album

It's a fun song, with some of the most offensive (but hilarious) lyrics that Alice has used for a long time!

The song was using in the 1980 film 'Roadie', which (as well as Alice), starred Meatloaf, Blondie, Hank Williams and Roy Orbison amongst others

Alice Cooper - vocals
Davey Johnstone - Lead Guitar
Fred Mandel - Guitar, Keyboards
Dennis Conway - Drums
"Cooker" John LoPresti - Bass
Backing Vocals - Flo And Eddie, Joe Pizzulo, Fred Mandel, Ricky 'Rat' Tierney and Keith Allison.

03/10 - Pain (Cooper, Johnstone, Mandel)



"I'm hidden in the scream when the virgin dies
I'm the ache in the belly when the baby cries
And I'm the burnin' sensation when the convict fries

I'm pain
I'm your pain
Unspeakable pain
I'm your private pain

And I'm the compound fracture in the twisted car
And I'm the lines on the face at the tramp at the bar
And I'm the reds by the bed of the suicide star
You know me..

I'm pain
I'm your pain
Your own private pain
Unfathomable pain

And it's a compliment to me to hear you screamin' through the night
All night
Tonight

I'm the holes in your arm when you're feeling the shakes
And I'm the lump on your head when you step on the rake
And I'm the loudest one laughing at the saddest wake

Yes I'm pain
I'm just pain
I`m dear old pain
You need your pain

And I'm the loudest one laughing at the saddest wake

I'm the salt in the sweat on the cuts of the slaves
I was the wound in the side while Jesus prayed
I was the filthiest word at the vandalized grave

Ahh so pain
Do you love me pain
I love my pain
I'm your pain

It's a compliment to me to hear you screamin' through the night
All night
Tonight"


'Leather Boots' is a fun, rockabilly song

Sure, it's short and as insubstantial as hell, but it's cute!

Try as I might, I have not been able to find any information about songwriter Geoff Wester, so I do not know if he was connected with any other bands, or if he had written anything else

04/10 - Leather Boots (Wester)



"Leather boots poundin' the floor
Black and shiny kickin' the door
The police, hit the streets
They would never take the boots off of their feet

If I break the law and get caught
I could get smashed in the face by the big boys
'Cause they're frightened by the real world
Frightened by the real world
Scared of the real world. Oh yeah.

I saw a cop, he looked pretty shot
By some criminals, left there to rot
I took a look, no one around
I put his boots on, stomped on the ground

Stood so tall and felt so strong
I wanted to be just like them
So I could hurt somebody
Hurt somebody

(Hurt somebody, hurt somebody )
Scared of the real world. Oh yeah

Scared of the real world. Oh yeah

Don't litter or score in the dark
Don't kill your lover and don't overpark
'Cause if you murder or if you loot
Get the heel of my new leather boots

If I break the law and get caught you could get smashed in the face by this young boy
Who is frightened by the real world
This boy is frightened by the real world
I gonna hurt somebody
'Cause I'm frightened of the real world. Oh yeah"
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Happy birthday Alice - 68 today

News is starting to come in regarding a new American tour, which will go under the banner heading of 'Spend The Night With Alice Cooper'

Dates so far announced are:

29th April - Billoxi, MS, Beau Rivage Resort & Casino
2nd May - Nashville, TN, Tpac's Jackson Hall
4th May - Peoria, IL, USA, Peoria Civic Center
5th May - Merrillville, IN, Star Plaza Theatre
6th May - Columbus, OH, LC Pavilion
8th May - Concord, NC, Carolina Rebellion Campground
10th May - New Brunswick, NJ, State Theatre
12th May - Port Chester, NY, Capitol Theater
13th May - Wilkes-Barre, PA, FM Kirby Center
14th May - Lynn, MA, Lynn Memorial Auditorium
15th May - Morristown, NJ, Mayo Performing Arts Center
17th May - Warren, OH, Packard Music Hall
20th May - Pittsburgh, PA, Stage AE
21st May - Rama, ON, Canada, Casino Rama Entertainment Centre

In addition to those are:

Hollywood Vampires
27th May Lisbon, PRT

Alice Cooper
9th-12th June Nicklesdorf, AUT
18th June London, UK
23rd June Copenhagen, DEN
24th June Halden, NO
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