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The Billion Dollar Band - The Wiggle (1982).
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The band peaked in popularity in 1973 with their next album Billion Dollar Babies and its tour, which broke box-office records previously held by The Rolling Stones. With Love It to Death and its follow-up album Killer both charting well, the band was able to afford a more elaborate stage show, including sophisticated props and elements of gothic horror, and they became a highly popular concert attraction in the US and UK over the next few years. Calls by members of British Parliament in 1972 to have the. group banned from performing in the UK only solidified the band's legend, and the next year's Billion Dollar Babies tour broke box office records.
The album reached number 21 on the Billboard 200 album chart, and the two singles "Under My Wheels" and "Be My Lover" made the Billboard Hot 100 chart. He explained that "it brings all the elements of the band's approach to sound and texture to a totally integrated pinnacle that fulfills all the promise of their erratic first two albums" and that "each song on album finds him in a different role in the endless movie he is projecting on them. He concluded by calling Alice Cooper "a strong band, a vital band, and they are going to be around for a long, long time. Robert Christgau rated the album a B-, stating that "a taste for the base usages of hard rock rarely comes with a hit attached these. Billion Dollar Babies (1973). Muscle of Love (1973). Welcome to My Nightmare (1975). Alice Cooper Goes to Hell (1976).
Billion Dollar Babies" is a popular 1973 single by the rock group Alice Cooper, taken from the album Billion Dollar Babies. It was released in July 1973, months after the album had been released. The track is a duet between Alice Cooper and Donovan, who provides the falsetto vocals. BMI lists the composers of "Billion Dollar Babies" as Alice Cooper, Michael Bruce and Reggie Vinson (a session guitarist who had worked with the Alice Cooper band previously).
Billion Dollar Babies. Billion Dollar Babies. This IS the best album from the 'original' Alice Cooper band. Only one song seems out-of-place, if you ask me but the whole record is Alice and his rag-tag band at full gusto. Elected" is just exploding with confidence and Alice's quirky style of shameless self-promotion (in a good way). this is bad-ass rock, tongue-in-cheek completely while at the same time holds up with any Stones or even Beatles albums . 2 people found this helpful. Nothing seemed like it could stop this great hard rock band from overtaking the universe, but tensions between the members behind the scenes would force the stellar original AC band to split up after just one more album. Not only is Billion Dollar Babies one of Cooper's very best; it remains one of rock's all-time, quintessential classics.
The Billion Dollar Babies album was re-released with new packaging as a DVD in 2000. It contains all the songs plus interviews and bonus tracks. As part of his stage show, Cooper would mutilate dolls when he performed this song. The tour for the album introduced the props Cooper became famous for, including the guillotine, the snake, and hundreds of cans of beer. Muscle of Love was the last album as the group. As lead singer Vincent Furnier became the known as Alice Cooper and sucked up all the notoriety the band received, the guitarist, bass player, and drummer from The Alice Cooper Band left and formed a group called The Billion Dollar Babies. They released an album called Battle Axe in 1977. The background vocals were sung by Donovan of "Mellow Yellow" fame. Donovan was recording at Willesden's Morgan Studios around the same time as Alice, and got roped into the session.
Billion Dollar Babies is both an indictment of early ’70s American life and a celebration of it. This deceptively smart, glitter-heavy concoction is pure rock ’n’ roll theater too, from opener Hello Hooray to creepy closer I Love the Dead. The anthem Elected and the stomping title song (featuring Donovan on vocals) are purposely rich with self-parody.
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