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Alice Cooper - Raise Your Hands and Yell album flac Performer: Alice Cooper
Title: Raise Your Hands and Yell
MP3 album: 1661 mb
FLAC album: 1158 mb
Rating: 4.7
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Raise Your Fist and Yell is the tenth solo album by rock musician Alice Cooper released on September 5th 1987. It features the track Prince of Darkness, which is featured very briefly in the John Carpenter film of the same name, in which Cooper has a cameo as a murderous vagrant. The song can be heard on the Walkman of one of his victims. A music video was made for the song Freedom, which also became the album's sole single

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Not even a year after the release of Constrictor, Cooper released Raise Your Fist and Yell, which is more of a return to his dark thematic role than its predecessor. The album is obviously rushed and suffers similar flaws to Constrictor, most notably its large amount of filler.

Raise Your Fist And Yell Lyrics (1987). Lyrics to the Full Album on one page). how to live your life You gotta do it on your own Freedom, we're gonna ring the bell Freedom to rock, freedom to talk Freedom, raise your fist and yell Freedom to rock, freedom to talk Freedom-ring Cuz I never walk away from what I know is right But I'm gonna turn my back on you Freedom, we're gonna. ring the bell Freedom to rock, freedom to talk Freedom, raise your fist and yell Freedom.

This Alice Cooper album is good, but it DOESN'T quite compare to his 1986 release "CONSTRICTOR". This song features THIS album's title "Raise Your Fist & Yell" in it's chorus. I love this song, very much. It's a great album opener. Not sure if this song was a hit though, but it sounded very familiar, to me, when I first played this CD. In some ways, "Freedom" could remind me of "Elected", meaning wise, from The Coop's 1973 "Billion.