ALICE COOPER Finalizes Track Listing For 'The Eyes Of Alice Cooper'

July 19, 2003

ALICE COOPER has finalized the track listing for his new album, "The Eyes Of Alice Cooper", due this fall through Eagle Records. The CD was produced by Andrew "Mudrock" Murdoch (GODSMACK, POWERMAN 5000) and represents "a conscious effort to capture the rock and roll sound that stirred and excited the minds, souls and spirit of a generation now past," according to an official press release. Recorded in a minimalist studio setting, unpretentious and live, with all instruments recorded at the same time using very little multi-tracking, "The Eyes Of Alice Cooper" was co-written by Alice with guitarists Eric Dover and Ryan Roxie. Special guests include legendary MC5 Guitarist Wayne Kramer, who added his uncompromising garage-rock sound to "Detroit City".

The complete track listing for "The Eyes Of Alice Cooper" is as follows:

01. Detroit City
02. What Do You Want From Me?
03. Love Should Never Feel Like This
04. Spirits Rebellious
05. Novocain
06. Man Of the Year
07. Bye Bye Baby
08. Be With You Awhile
09. I'm So Angry
10. Between High School and the Old School
11. This House is Haunted
12. Backyard Brawl
13. The Song That Didn't Rhyme

Remaining ALICE COOPER "Bare Bones Tour" dates:

Jul. 19 - Waukesha, WI @ County Fair
Jul. 20 - Clear Lake, IA @ Surf Ballroom
Jul. 22 - Chicago, IL @ Navy Pier
Jul. 25 - Minot, ND @ State Fair
Jul. 27 - Winter Park, CO @ Fox Hawgfest
Jul. 29 - Tucson, AZ @ Anselmo Valencia Amphitheater
Jul. 31-Aug. 01 - Los Angeles, CA @ House of Blues
Aug. 02 - Las Vegas, NV @ The Joint
Aug. 03 - Lake Tahoe, NV @ Harvey's Casino
Aug. 05 - Boise, ID @ Big Easy Concert House
Aug. 07 - Surgis, SD @ Buffalo Chip
Aug. 09 - Three Forks, MT @ Rockin' the Rivers

More dates will be announced soon.

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