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Former Lee Warmer (DaDa, 1983)

Former Lee Warmer (DaDa, 1983)

Alice Cooper’s 8th solo album, DaDa, was released in 1983. The last of four albums referred to as the “blackout” albums, DaDa winds up being Alice’s final album for Warner Bros. Records. Interestingly enough, while the album wasn’t well-received, it did prove to be one of Cooper’s more notable records. This week’s song is “Former Lee Warmer”…

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Dyslexia (DaDa, 1983)

Dyslexia (DaDa, 1983)

Alice’s 8th solo album, “DaDa,” was released in 1983. The last of four albums referred to as the “blackout” albums – it winds up being his final album for Warner Bros. Records. Interestingly enough, Alice doesn’t remember much about the writing process. “Dyslexia,” the fifth track on the album, is a witty tune dedicated to the side effects one in love might experience – that upside-down, inside-out emotional response a person head over hills in love may encounter. It’s a charming song.

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DaDa (DaDa, 1983)

DaDa (DaDa, 1983)

This week, we take another look at Coop’s 8th solo album, DaDa. The LP was released in 1983 and wound up being his last record with the Warner Bros. label. DaDa stands apart from other Alice albums. It embraces many of the things we’ve come to expect from Alice, such as absurdity, artistic liberation, and dark humor. Yet, there’s an extra element of surrealism…

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Pass The Gun Around (DaDa, 1983)

Pass The Gun Around (DaDa, 1983)

This week’s post focuses on “Pass The Gun Around” found on Alice’s 8th solo album, “DaDa.” The last of three albums referred to as the “blackout” albums – it winds up being his final album for Warner Bros. Records. The cover art is based on a painting by surrealist artist Salvador Dali, and the album’s name references Dadaism, an early 20th century, European avant-garde art movement. However…

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