Clones (Were All) - Alice Cooper (2) - Flush The Fashion (Vinyl, LP, Album)
Label: Warner Bros. Records - BSK 3436 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Hard Rock, New Wave
For me Flush The Fashion is far the best of his 4 new-wave albums between an (best compositions and best sound). Simple but cool guitar arrangements from Davey Johnstone and Fred Mandel. Cannot be compared with "classic" Alice albums/5().
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"Clones (We're All)" is a single by American singer Alice Cooper taken from his album Flush the Fashion. It was written by David Carron (–84), who had played in Arlo Guthrie 's Shenandoah, and the short-lived Gulliver.
out of 5 starsAlice rides The Wave. In the 's, rocker Alice Cooper (originally the name for the rock band, later just for the solo artist) had a very successful recording and touring career, reaching a peak with the "Welcome To My Nightmare" album and tour. Later, after some mainstream ballad hits in the mid-to-late 70's ("I Never Cry /5().
Flush the Fashion. “Clones (We’re All)” is the first single and second track from Alice coopers album Flush the Fashion. It sees Alice taking different sound than usual, sounding much.
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