“Love It To Death” by Alice Cooper - album review

features in: Album Chart of 1971Album Chart of the Decade: 1970s

TJR says

The third album of seven from Alice Cooper as a band sees them move away from psychedelic obscurity into the rock mainstream. It was a big commercial success and spawned a few hit singles including “Ballad Of Dwight Fry” (later covered by The Melvins), “Is It My Body” (later covered by Sonic Youth) and a song which became an Alice Cooper trademark, “I’m Eighteen”. Bassist Dennis Dunaway contributes the album highlight – “Black Juju”, the only track to keep in touch with the bands psychedelic roots. A surprising cover of Rolf Harris’s “Sun Arise” closes the set. The album’s a struggler from start to finish…

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A1 [03:04] 1.9.png Alice Cooper - Caught In A Dream (Michael Bruce) Rock
A2 [03:00] 3.2.png Alice Cooper - I’m Eighteen (Michael Bruce, Alice Cooper, Dennis Dunaway, Neal Smith, Glen Buxton) Rock
A3 [03:01] 2.3.png Alice Cooper - Long Way To Go (Michael Bruce) Rock
A4 [09:09] 5.3.png Alice Cooper - Black Juju (Dennis Dunaway) Psychedelia
B1 [02:39] 2.7.png Alice Cooper - Is It My Body (Michael Bruce, Glen Buxton, Alice Cooper, Dennis Dunaway, Neal Smith) Rock
B2 [02:25] 3.6.png Alice Cooper - Hallowed Be My Name (Neal Smith) Rock
B3 [03:02] 3.9.png Alice Cooper - Second Coming (Alice Cooper) Rock
B4 [06:32] 3.8.png Alice Cooper - Ballad Of Dwight Fry (Michael Bruce, Alice Cooper) Rock
B5 [03:53] 4.0.png Alice Cooper - Sun Arise (Harry Butler, Rolf Harris) Rock

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