Pain - Alice Cooper (2) - Flush The Fashion (Vinyl, LP, Album)


1980
Label: Warner Bros. Records - BSK 3436 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Hard Rock, New Wave
Pain - Alice Cooper (2) - Flush The Fashion (Vinyl, LP, Album)

 · Flush the Fashion. g Mixed Color Vinyl. Original Release Date: 7/17/ 1 LP. g Mixed Color Vinyl. Release Date: 7/17/ Alice Cooper’s album, which reflects his venture into the New Wave genre. Contains the singles "Clones (We’re All)", and "Talk Talk". UPC:

 · referencing Flush The Fashion, LP, Album, Ltd, RP, Gre, RCV1 , I bought this album for 50% off during a clearance sale at Barnes & Noble along with the limited orange swirl vinyl of "DaDa" (another album by Alice Cooper)/5().

Released with a printed inner lyrics-sleeve Other Versions (5 of 53)View All Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year; Flush The Fashion (LP, Album): Warner Bros. Records.

 · Flush the Fashion, an Album by Alice Cooper. Released 28 April on Warner Bros. (catalog no. BSK ; Vinyl LP). Genres: New Wave, Hard 3/5(45).

Alice Cooper Flush The Fashion (Vinyl Record) Alice Cooper Format: Vinyl. out of 5 stars. ratings. Price: $ + $ shipping. See all 18 formats and editions. Hide other formats and editions. Listen Now with Amazon Music/5().


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3 thoughts on “Pain - Alice Cooper (2) - Flush The Fashion (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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      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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      View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of "Flush The Fashion" on Discogs.

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      Overall, 'Flush The Fashion' is a really good album. It doesn't scale the 'sturm und drang' heights of the original groups', Bob Ezrin-produced, quartet of albums, nor embrace the vaudevillian greatness of the early solo records, but then Alice didn't aim for that/5().

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