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Alice Cooper - School Days - The Early Recordings album flac Performer: Alice Cooper
Title: School Days - The Early Recordings
Style: Psychedelic Rock
Released: 1974
Country: UK
MP3 album: 1969 mb
FLAC album: 1829 mb
Rating: 4.7
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Genre: Rock

School Days: The Early Recordings is a compilation album by Alice Cooper, released in 1973. It contains the band's first two albums, Pretties for You and Easy Action. The original albums were released by Straight Records, but since Warner signed the band later on, they got the rights to re-release the material. All songs were written by Alice Cooper, Glen Buxton, Michael Bruce, Dennis Dunaway and Neal Smith. Pretties for You. "Titanic Overture" – 1:12. 10 Minutes Before the Worm" – 1:39.

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For the musician Alice Cooper, see Alice Cooper. Alice Cooper was an American rock band formed in Phoenix, Arizona in 1964. The band consisted of lead singer Vince Furnier (stage name Alice Cooper), Glen Buxton (lead guitar), Michael Bruce (rhythm guitar, keyboards), Dennis Dunaway (bass guitar), and Neal Smith (drums). Furnier legally changed his name to Alice Cooper and has had a solo career under that name since the band became inactive in 1975. After several years of little success, the Alice Cooper band rose to fame in 1971 with the hit single "I'm Eighteen" and the album Love It to Death. Success continued with the popular single "School's Out" and the album of the same name in 1972. School Days: The Early Recordings (1973). Greatest Hits (1974).

Old School: 1964-1974. Early demos from 1969's Pretties for You album follow, as do radio spots and raw live recordings from the earliest eras of the band, including an 11-minute organ-drone version of "I'm Eighteen," introduced as "a brand-new song" and sounding more like some bastardized take on the Doors than the three-minute confused coming-of-age rocker that wound. up on 1971's Love It to Death album. Much of the rest of the set follows a similar tone, with demo recordings for both the Killer and Muscle of Love albums, live recordings from each subsequent era, and even studio.

Smith joined Alice Cooper in 1967, replacing the band's original drummer, John Speer, at a time when they were still called the Spiders. They moved from Phoenix to Los Angeles and renamed themselves the Nazz, after the Yardbirds' song The Nazz Are Blue. But after hearing that there was an East Coast band with the same name, which happened to be led by Todd Rundgren, they changed theirs. It was also very well-rehearsed, as live recordings from the period show; the odd stops and starts and weird shifts in the songs were not some trick of the studio. Watch Alice Cooper Perform 'Levity Ball'. We essentially recorded those songs live in the studio, notes Smith. Pretties for You sounds unlike any other Alice Cooper album. Zappa was supposed to produce the first album, but truth be told, he really didn't," Smith adds. We did it ourselves with the help of a couple of the engineers.

Performing As Alice Cooper 1968-1974. At this point the band were now a cohesive unit, and there were no more changes to the bands official line-up. This would remain until early in 1974 when Alice Cooper the group disbanded to do their own projects and take some time off, never to return. The bands first gig as Alice Cooper was advertised as The Nazz, between the time the poster had been printed and the show was due to start, the band had changed its name. Their last gig as the Alice Cooper group was on 8th April 1974, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Songs Performed: Unknown for sure, but at this. Alice Cooper Killer Tour 1972. The band was featured on a Warner Bros sampler album Zapped of bands produced by Frank Zappa for the label, and then went on to release several chart-topping albums and headlining major tours before breaking up in 1975. Vincent Furnier took "Alice Cooper" as his own name and carried on with a new group of musicians, the. original band becoming officially defunct Bruce, Dunaway and Smith would go on to form the short-lived band Billion Dollar Babies, producing one album - Battle Axe - in 1977.

Tracklist

1 Titanic Overture
2 10 Minutes Before The Worm
3 Sing Low Sweet Cheerio
4 Today Mueller
5 Living
6 Fields Of Regret
7 No Longer Umpire
8 Levity Ball
9 B. B. On Mars
10 Reflected
11 Apple Bush
12 Earwings To Eternity
13 Changing, Arranging
14 Mr. And Misdemenour
15 Shoe Salesman
16 Still No Air
17 Below Yor Means
18 Return Of The Spiders
19 Laughing At Me
20 Refrigerator Heaven
21 Beautiful Flyaway
22 Lay Down And Die, Goodbye

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
K 66021 Alice Cooper School Days - The Early Recordings ‎(2xLP, Comp, Gat) Warner Bros. Records K 66021 UK 1973
WB 66 021, WS 1845 Alice Cooper School Days - The Early Recordings ‎(LP, Comp) Warner Bros. Records, Warner Bros. Records WB 66 021, WS 1845 Germany 1973
J5 2549 Alice Cooper School Days ‎(Cass, Comp) Warner Bros. Records J5 2549 Australia 1973
K 66021 Alice Cooper School Days - The Early Recordings ‎(2xLP, Comp, Gat) Warner Bros. Records K 66021 UK 1973
WB 66 021, WS 1845 Alice Cooper School Days - The Early Recordings ‎(2xLP, Comp, Promo) Warner Bros. Records, Warner Bros. Records WB 66 021, WS 1845 Germany 1973