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Grim Facts - Alice Cooper (2) - Flush The Fashion (Cassette, Album)

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  1. After several self-indulgent albums in the late '70s (Lace and Whiskey, From the Inside), Alice Cooper decided to reinvent himself as a new waver for 's Flush the Fashion.
  2. I love all Alice Cooper's albums. Flush the Fashion began his journey into the world of punk rock. Alice admits that the early 80s were not his best. Despite this I still enjoy this album along with Special Forces, Zipper Catches Skin and Da Da. It's a cool album. Maybe not as cool as some earlier or later work but hey, it's still Alice.
  3. Different label from Alice Cooper (2) - Flush The Fashion Recorded at Cherokee Recording Studios, L.A. Mastered at Sterling Sound, N.Y.C. (P) & (C) Warner Bros. Records Inc. Made in Germany by WEA Musik GmbH - A Warner Communications Company.
  4. Alice Cooper Lyrics "Grim Facts" The boy's got problems The boy's got stress The boys' a hidden in his desk The boy's got a chickie With four months to go Grim Facts - every parent better know The girl's a deadly teaser Wants to do a private show album: "Flush The Fashion" () Talk Talk. Clones (We're All) Pain. Leather Boots.
  5. Flush the Fashion () by Alice Cooper. Labels: Warner Bros. Records. Genres: Hard Rock. Songs: Talk Talk, Clones (We're All), Pain, Leather Boots, Aspirin Damage.
  6. Alice Cooper (2) ‎– Flush The Fashion Label: Warner Bros. Records ‎– M5
  7. Celebrating the 40th anniversary of Flush The Fashion, Alice Cooper has released the video below, featuring all the grim facts about the album that you didn't know. Alice Cooper's fifth solo album, Flush The Fashion, was released on April 28, The album was produced by Roy Thomas Baker and marked a drastic change of style, leaning towards.
  8. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Flush The Fashion on Discogs. Label: Warner Bros. Records - K • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Promo, Test Pressing • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Pop Rock.
  9. Alice Cooper’s album, which reflects his venture into the New Wave genre. Contains the singles "Clones (We’re All)", and "Talk Talk". UPC:

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