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Old 9th June 2017, 09:07 AM
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No idea how long this will be available for

If you missed it before it was taken down, don't worry

EarMUSIC have put it up again and (if you can see it behind the picture and writing) presumably an official video

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Old 9th June 2017, 10:23 AM
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It sort of grows on you as you listen. My first thought following a promising intro was WTF is this rubbish?

It definitely needs more listens.
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Old 12th June 2017, 05:50 AM
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Ten new songs isn't much in the 2010's. They all need to be good
Looks like it's going to be a short album!

1. Paranormal - 4:11
2. Dead Flies - 2:22
3. Fireball - 4:49
4. Paranoiac Personality - 3:11
5. Fallen In Love - 3:33
6. Dynamite Road - 2:43
7. Private Public Breakdown 3:26
8. Holy Water - 3:08
9. Rats - 2:38
10. The Sound of A - 4:06

11. Genuine American Girl - 4:27
12. You and All of Your Friends - 2:41

Also, the vinyl album is set to be 2x45rpm discs

In other news, it looks like there is a new 'friends and relations' box set coming out on July 14th



The three disc set, entitled 'The Many Faces Of Alice Cooper' has the following track listing:

Disc: 1
1. As Rock Rolls On - Michael Bruce Feat. Alice Cooper
2. Rock N'roll Radio - Neal Smith Feat. Dennis Dunaway
3. Caught In A Dream - Bouchard, Dunaway & Smith
4. Double Talk - Deadringer (Denis Dunaway & Neal Smith)
5. Maneater Deadly To Her Prey - Neal Smith Feat. Dennis Dunaway
6. Friday On My Mind - Michael Bruce
7. Under My Wheels - Bouchard, Dunaway & Smith
8. How Do You Bleed - Killsmith (Neal Smith's Band)
9. King Of America - Michael Bruce
10. Baby, Please Don't Stop - Neal Smith Feat. Dennis Dunaway & Michael Bruce
11. School's Out - Bouchard, Dunaway & Smith
12. Everyday Is A Holiday - Neal Smith Feat. Dennis Dunaway
13. Sexual Savior - Killsmith (Neal Smith's Band)
14. Black Ju-ju - Bouchard, Dunaway & Smith

Disc: 2
1. Billion Dollar Babies - Alice Cooper
2. I'm Eighteen - Alice Cooper
3. Under My Wheels - Alice Cooper
4. No More Mr.nice Guy - Alice Cooper
5. Escape - Alice Cooper
6. Only Women Bleed - Alice Cooper
7. Is It My Body - Alice Cooper
8. Cold Ethyl - Alice Cooper
9. Steven - Alice Cooper
10. The Black Widow - Alice Cooper
11. Department Of Youth - Alice Cooper
12. School's Out - Alice Cooper

Disc: 3
1. School's Out - Joel Hoakstra, Derrick Lefevre, Richard Kendrick & Kurtis E. Phlush
2. Billion Dollar Babies - Fierce Atmospheres
3. Hello Hooray - Berzon
4. Hey Stoopid - Kelly Keeling, Marko Pukkila, Sven Wannas,simmo Pirttimaa, Vesa Saarikoski & The Heether
5. Go To Hell - Quatermoc
6. Is It My Body - Vid Payne
7. Halo Of Flies - The Alice Cooper Experience
8. Nobody Likes Me - Erling Solem
9. Only Women Bleed - Alice In Cooperland
10. Be My Lover - Charlie Bonnet Iii
11. He's Back (The Man Behind The Mask) - 5th Avenue Vampires
12. Spirit Rebellious - Sinful Lilly
13. Pain - Richard Kendrick & Kurtis E. Phlush
14. Clones (We're All) - Manuri & Al Solo

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Old 12th June 2017, 08:21 AM
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By my reckoning, the ten songs that make up the first album have got a run time of 34.07. When the additional two songs are added (7.08), this takes the complete run time to 41.15. This means that the whole thing is the shortest album release since 1989's 'Trash', and the main part of the record is the shortest since 'Zipper Catches Skin', back in '82!
  • Pretties For You - 38.02
  • Easy Action - 34.13
  • Love It To Death - 37.21
  • Killer - 37.08
  • School's Out - 36.56
  • Billion Dollar Babies - 40.51
  • Muscle Of Love - 39.31
  • Welcome To My Nightmare - 43.19
  • Goes To Hell - 43.15
  • Lace And Whiskey - 41.17
  • From The Inside - 39.08
  • Flush The Fashion - 28.29
  • Special Forces - 34.51
  • Zipper Catches Skin - 32.25
  • DaDa - 42.15
  • Constrictor - 37.07
  • Raise Your Fist And Yell - 36.53
  • Trash - 40.11
  • Hey Stoopid - 56.05
  • The Last Temptation - 50.48
  • Brutal Planet - 47.58
  • Dragontown - 50.48
  • The Eyes Of Alice Cooper - 44.12
  • Dirty Diamonds - 46.46
  • Along Came A Spider - 44.17
  • Welcome 2 My Nightmare - 52.44

Considering it's been six years since 'Welcome 2 My Nightmare' was released in 2011, this is a bit disappointing

Hopefully it's quality over quantity
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I don't mind a short album if it's good. Some albums these days are like an endurance test Just because you can get 79 minutes on a CD doesn't mean you have to!

I'm sure you can all remember back in the day being annoyed if an album you borrowed off your friend was longer than 45 minutes, for reasons
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I don't mind a short album if it's good
Indeed

How many Ramones albums last longer than 30 minutes? And ALL of their albums are seminal and essential
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Indeed

How many Ramones albums last longer than 30 minutes? And ALL of their albums are seminal and essential
Unlike Alice's first single Paranoiac Personality which is very unmemorable.
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...is very unmemorable.
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Unlike Alice's first single Paranoiac Personality ...
If I was in that frame of mind, I would now be pointing out that Alice's first single was actually 'Reflected', back in 1969. Giving you the benefit of the doubt, and assuming that you were actually referring to Alice the solo artist, as opposed to Alice the member of The Alice Cooper Group, I would now be pointing out his first single was in reality 'Only Women Bleed' from 1975. To put you right, I would be letting you know that 'Paranoiac Personality' is the first single taken from the upcoming album release

But I am not in that frame of mind, so rather than point out your schoolboy error, I will let the above slide

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...which is very unmemorable.
and, again, if I was in that frame of mind, I would be confused because a few posts ago, you stated

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It sort of grows on you as you listen
before justified this remark by stating

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My first thought following a promising intro was WTF is this rubbish?
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It definitely needs more listens.
But, as I say, I'm not in that frame of mind, so I will just put it down to being a 'Demdike-ism'!
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