Alice Cooper - Killer
Alice Cooper - Killer
Alice Cooper - Killer
Alice Cooper - Killer
Alice Cooper - Killer
Alice Cooper - Killer

Alice Cooper - Killer

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Vocals, Harmonica – Alice Cooper

Backing Vocals – Reggie Vincent

Bass, Vocals – Dennis Dunaway

Drums, Vocals – Neal Smith

Lead Guitar – Glen Buxton

Other [Boa Constrictor] – Kachina

Keyboards, Synthesizer [Mini-moog] – Bob Ezrin

Rhythm Guitar, Vocals, Piano, Organ – Michael Bruce

Technician [Recording Technician] – Joe Lopes

Arranged by [String And Horn Arrangements] Bob Ezrin

1 LP, gatefold sleeve 

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : black

Speed : 33 RPM

Size : 12'’

Stereo

Studio

Record Press : Rainbo Records

Label : Friday Music

Original Label : Warner Bros

Recorded at RCA, Chicago by Brian Christian

Produced by Bob Ezrin

Remastered by Friday Music's Joe Reagoso at Capitol Records From Original Warner Bros. Tapes

Originally released in 1971

Reissued in 2012

Tracks:

Side A :

  1. Under My Wheels
  2. Be My Lover
  3. Halo of Flies
  4. Desperado

 

Side B :

  1. You Drive Me Nervous
  2. Yeah, Yeah, Yeah
  3. Dead Babies
  4. Killer

 

Reviews :

"Alice Cooper wasted little time following up the breakthrough success of Love It to Death with another album released the same year, Killer. Again, producer Bob Ezrin was on board and helps the group solidify their heavy rock (yet wide-ranging) style even further. The band's stage show dealt with the macabre, and such disturbing tracks as "Dead Babies" and the title track fit in perfectly. Other songs were even more exceptional, such as the perennial barnstorming concert standard "Under My Wheels," the melodic yet gritty "Be My Lover," and the tribute to their fallen friend Jim Morrison, "Desperado." The long and winding "Halo of Flies" correctly hinted that the band would be tackling more complex song structures on future albums, while "You Drive Me Nervous" and "Yeah, Yeah, Yeah" showed that Alice Cooper hadn't completely abandoned their early garage rock direction. With Killer, they became one of the world's top rock bands and concert attractions; it rewarded them as being among the most notorious and misunderstood entertainers, thoroughly despised by grownups." AllMusic Review by Greg Prato


Ratings :

AllMusic : 4,5 / 5 , Discogs : 4,18 / 5

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