9 thoughts on “ Seven & Seven Is - Alice Cooper (2) - Special Forces (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Aug 01,  · Seven & Seven Is · Alice Cooper Special Forces ℗ Warner Records Inc. Lead Vocals: Alice Cooper Engineer, Mixer: Bill Cooper Drums: Craig Krampf Guitar: Danny Johnson Keyboards: Duane Hitchings.
  2. Special Forces, an Album by Alice Cooper. Released 12 September on Warner Bros. (catalog no. BSK ; Vinyl LP). Genres: New Wave, Hard Rock, Pop Rock. Featured peformers: Alice Cooper (vocals, arranger, art direction), Richie Allen (producer, mixing engineer, arranger), Duane Hitchings (guitar, keyboards), Danny Johnson (guitar), Mike Pinera (guitar), Erik Scott (bass), Craig Krampf.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Special Forces on Discogs. Label: Warner Bros. Records - BSK • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock •/5(17).
  4. "Who Do You Think We Are" 2. "Seven and Seven Is" 3. "Prettiest Cop on the Block" 4. Alice Cooper - Special Forces (full album) The Rock Office; by Official Alice Cooper.
  5. Seven And Seven Is This song is by Alice Cooper and appears on the album Special Forces (). This song is a cover of " 7 and 7 Is " by Love. Wikipedia has an article on.
  6. Alice Cooper Lyrics "Seven & Seven Is" Yeah! Oom oom! When I was a boy I thought that someday I would be a man album: "Special Forces" () Who Do You Think We Are. Seven & Seven Is. Prettiest Cop On The Block. Don't Talk Old To Me. Generation Landslide '81 .
  7. Special Forces Alice Cooper. Released September Seven & Seven Is Lyrics. 3. Album Credits. Producers Richard Podolor.
  8. Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 25, Verified Purchase. LP number 2 in the New Wave trilogy of albums released between & , this album by deduction being These albums have always had a front row seat in my Alice Cooper collection, very underrated in the ranks of albums released between - , Alice entered the 80s with a different vision, still Alice but /5(95).
  9. "Special Forces" is essential Alice Cooper, so long as you are open-minded. On this album, while he still has the early eighties sound he created on "Flush the Fashion," which I like to think of as tongue in cheek Gary Numan, he has far more guitar, and returns to his roots with a version of "Billion Dollar Babies" that includes an extra verse, for the eighties/5(96).

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