Alice Cooper - Detroit Stories (2LP) - 45RPM

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Original Release Year:
2021
Genre(s):
Rock, Glam, Hard Rock
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Artist: Alice Cooper
Album: Detroit Stories
Released: Europe, 26 Feb 2021

Tracklist:

A1Rock & Roll
Written-By - Lou Reed
A2Go Man Go (Album Version)
Written-By - Alice Cooper , Bob Ezrin, Tommy Henriksen, Wayne Kramer
A3Our Love Will Change The World
Written-By - Alice Cooper , Bob Ezrin, Matthew Smith
B1Social Debris
Written-By - Alice Cooper , Bob Ezrin, Neal Smith
B21000$ High Heel Shoes
Written-By - Alice Cooper , Bob Ezrin, Wayne Kramer
B3Hail Mary
Written-By - Alice Cooper , Bob Ezrin, Tommy Henriksen
B4Detroit City 2021 (Album Version)
Written-By - Alice Cooper , Bob Ezrin, Chuck Garric, Ryan Roxie, Tommy Henriksen
C1Drunk And In Love
Written-By - Alice Cooper , Bob Ezrin, Dennis Dunaway
C2Independence Dave
Written-By - Alice Cooper , Bob Ezrin, Wayne Kramer
C3I Hate You
Written-By - Alice Cooper , Bob Ezrin, Dennis Dunaway
C4Wonderful World
Written-By - Alice Cooper , Bob Ezrin, Tommy Denander, Tommy Henriksen
D1Sister Anne (Album Version)
Written-By - Fred Smith
D2Hanging By A Thread (Don't Give Up)
Written-By - Alice Cooper , Bob Ezrin, Tommy Henriksen
D3Shut Up And Rock
Written-By - Alice Cooper , Bob Ezrin, Tommy Denander, Tommy Henriksen
D4East Side Story (Album Version)
Written-By - Bob Seger

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“I was born here” said Alice Cooper, “and so was the sound and spirit of Alice Cooper.” Named for the city that launched the original Alice Cooper group, “Detroit Stories” follows last year’s “Breadcrumbs” EP as a modern-day homage to the toughest and craziest Rock n Roll scene there ever was. Alice Cooper and Bob Ezrin gathered some legendary Detroit musicians (Wayne Kramer, Johnny “Bee” Badanjek, Paul Randolph and many more) in a Detroit studio to record “Detroit Stories”, Alice Cooper’s new album that celebrates that spirit for a new era. Finally, it would not be a proper collection of Detroit tales if it didn’t include a few songs featuring the Original Band members, Mike Bruce, Dennis Dunaway and Neal Smith. Joe Bonamassa also makes an appearance on the intro track “Rock ‘n’ Roll”. If 2019’s “Breadcrumbs” EP laid down the trail to the city, “Detroit Stories” drives like a muscle car right down Woodward Ave. Discover Detroit Stories as they were meant to be told. Deluxe CD + DVD Edition (DVD includes full show “A Paranormal Evening At The Olympia Paris”)

"Detroit Stories is the twenty-first solo and twenty-eighth overall studio album by American singer-songwriter Alice Cooper. The album was released on February 26, 2021, by earMUSIC. It crowned Billboard’s Top Album Sales chart (dated March 3, 2021) debuting at No. 1 and was the first chart-topper for Cooper in the 29-year history of the Top Album Sales chart. The album was produced by Bob Ezrin, who also added various instruments. As a solo album, it incorporates a variety of artists contributing on a number of instruments. The album features themes consistent with the rest of Alice Cooper's discography, with the grandeur and exaggerated shock-rock narratives that he has exhibited in previous work. However, the album also features a significant aspect of nostalgia, as Detroit Stories notes many influences from traditional hard-rock origins in Detroit, and attempts to return to the age of hard-rock that Cooper originated in. Detroit Stories sold 13,000 copies in its first week of sales (ending March 4th) across CD, of which 9,500 were sold, Vinyl LP, which generated 2,000 sales, and digital download formats making up the remaining 1,500 sales. Additionally, it topped the Tastemaker Albums chart, which assesses releases based on their sales at independent and small chain music shops, from which 38% of the albums first-week sales originated from. On the all-genre Billboard 200, Detroit Stories topped at number 47, number 2 on Hard Rock Albums, number 5 on Top Rock Albums, number 7 on Independent Albums and number 18 on Vinyl Albums." - Wikipedia