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Wednesday, 21 February 2018

BILLION $ BABIES LIVE REVIEW

http://www.midwestrecord.com/MWR1313.html


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BILLION DOLLAR BABIES/First Ever Live Show Flint 1977:  You probably wouldn’t know it now, but Alice Cooper actually broke up in 1975.  Alice’s back up crew, instrumental in that first wave of success, found themselves sort of adrift but pulled it together under their own identity and tried winging it on their own---even of a big part of their show was an Alice Cooper medley.  This crew rocked hard but didn’t have any of the problems Icarus did.  A hard rocking, sweaty set that could have been recorded better, this is a fine document of what happens when the bonds to break apart are stronger than the bonds to stay together are in effect.


CURRENTLY AVAILABLE FROM GONZO
Battle Axe - Expanded Edition
DCD - £10.99

First Ever Live Show - Flint 1977
CD - £7.99

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