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The discography of American rock artist Alice Cooper consists of 27 studio albums, 48 singles, 11 live albums, 21 compilation albums, 12 video releases, and an audiobook. Six of his studio albums have achieved platinum in the United States and three more have achieved gold. Promo-only releases, bootlegs and e releases have been excluded. The labels Cooper has recorded on are Straight, Warner Bros. Atlantic, MCA, Epic, Spitfire, Eagle, New West, and Bigger Picture.
1969 - Pretties For You. 1970 - Easy Action.
Alice Cooper Goes to Hell.
Trash (Alice Cooper album). 1989 studio album by Alice Cooper. After Alice's return to the music industry with the successful "The Nightmare Returns" tour, Cooper had sought assistance from Desmond Child to create a comeback album. Trash became one of Cooper's biggest albums, accompanied by music videos for "Poison", " Bed of Nails ", " House of Fire ", and " Only My Heart Talkin' ". A successful year-long worldwide concert tour in support of the album was documented in the home video release Alice Cooper Trashes The World.
Alice Cooper - The Eyes Of Alice Cooper (album). Theatre Of Death - Live At Hammersmith 2009 (Live Album). alice cooper - theatre of death (live album).
New lyric video for Paranormal.
Alice Cooper invented everything cool in rock’n’roll, from wearing tight pants to shitting in a cup on stage. Alice started life as a preacher’s son from Detroit named Vincent Furnier, but a mythical meeting with ancient witch and a ouija board somewhere in the late 1960s changed things irrevocably. While it officially counts as the first Alice Cooper band album, there are very few glimpses of the make-up smeared, gore-dripping heavy rock freakshow to come. it’s oddball psychedelia influenced by Syd-era Floyd and while it fit in well with its labelmates on the Frank Zappa’s Straight Records, but it’s just not very good.
Biography by Stephen Thomas Erlewine. Pioneers of heavy rock, and masters of shock rock in the early '70s, the titular lead singer remained a successful solo artist into the 2000s. Overview . Biography . Discography .