8 thoughts on “ Muscle Of Love ”

  1. 'Muscle Of Love' (working title: 'A Kiss And A Fist') was the last album to be recorded by the original 'Alice Cooper' as a band. Over the course of seven albums and five years they had gone from being an unknown band playing half empty clubs to being the biggest touring band in America.
  2. Muscle of Love Warner Bros. Big Apple Dreamin' (Hippo) submit Never Been Sold Before Hard Hearted Alice submit Crazy Little Child submit Working Up a Sweat submit Muscle of Love submit Man With the Golden Gun submit Teenage Lament '74 submit Woman Machine submit;.
  3. Editors’ Notes This album (the band’s seventh) is the last to feature the original lineup of The Alice Cooper Group. Because the band were splitting apart, there’s a palpable tension here that pushes the tunes in great ways, particularly on the self-questioning “Never Been Sold Before” where prostitution is a fame metaphor wrapped in a wonderful Stones-y hybrid of brass-tinged.
  4. Ai no Muscle (愛のマッスル) "Muscle of Love" is the ending song of Kinnikuman lauflamacerusinmadernokasdiskca.xyzinfo(s): Takou Makoto.
  5. Watch the video for Muscle Of Love from Alice Cooper's Greatest Hits for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  6. Muscle of Love is the seventh studio album by Alice Cooper, released in It is the final studio album recorded by the original Alice Cooper band. Cooper stated in an interview at the time of recording that the album marked a return to a basic rock sound. "It's not complicated in any sense and there's not a lot of theatricality on it. It's very basic rock and roll throughout." Cooper Length:
  7. Nov 20,  · Muscle of Love is the seventh studio album by Alice Cooper, released in It is the final studio album recorded by the original Alice Cooper band. Cooper stated in an interview at the time of recording that the album marked a return to a basic rock sound. “It’s not complicated in any sense and there’s not a lot of theatricality on it.
  8. Jun 28,  · MUSCLE OF LOVE was sold in a plain brown corrugated box, as if to conceal the naughty content within — the musings of an inebriated, oversexed, early-’70s rock god; part teenage journeying, part sexist blather. The record starts with “Big Apple Dreamin’ (Hippo),” a mid-tempo rock song that essentially challenges the city itself to a.

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