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8 thoughts on “ Wish I Were Born In Beverly Hills - Alice Cooper (2) - From The Inside (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. From the Inside, an Album by Alice Cooper. Released in on Metal Blade (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Glam Rock.
  2. Format: LP County: EU Details: Fold-Open Sleeve, Lyric Inner Sleeve, Black Vinyl Label: Music on Vinyl (MOVLP) Tracks: From The Inside [] / Wish I Were Born In Beverly Hills [] / The Quiet Room [] / Nurse Rozetta [] / Millie And Billie [] / Serious [] / How You Gonna See Me Now [] / For Veronica's Sake [] / Jackknife Johnny [] / Inmates (We're All) [].
  3. Oct 16,  · Released in , From The Inside offers insight into Cooper’s recovery from substance abuse. Produced by David Foster, the album features the single, "How You Gonna See Me Now".
  4. From The Inside Written By – Alice Cooper (2), Bernie Taupin, David Foster, Dick Wagner: A2: Wish I Were Born In Beverly Hills Written By – Alice Cooper (2), Bernie Taupin, Dick Wagner: A3: The Quiet Room Written By – Alice Cooper (2), Bernie /5(67).
  5. Alice Cooper: Live at Montreux is a live video and album release by Alice arcurereloccofoodpuncchedeesetna.xyzinfo was released worldwide in May as a combined DVD and CD package. In it was issued as a limited double vinyl release for Record Store Day under the title 'Live In Switzerland '.. The concert was filmed and recorded on July 12, at the Montreux Jazz Festival in Montreux, Switzerland, at the.
  6. From The Inside [Green Vinyl] (LP) Alice Cooper Currently Unavailable. $ SHIPS FREE in U.S. Track Listing. Side A Titles. Artist. Length. 1. From The Inside. Alice Cooper 2. Wish I Were Born In Beverly Hills. Alice Cooper 3. The Quiet Room. Alice Cooper 4. Nurse Rozetta. Alice Cooper
  7. From the Inside does have its moments — “Wish I Were Born in Beverly Hills,” the finest song, is a raunchy and obnoxious cut that’s almost up to Cooper’s old lounge-lizard standards.
  8. From The Inside is a conceptual affair inspired by Alice's stay in a sanatorium to recover from his alcohol addiction. The characters in the songs were all based on actual people the shock rocker met in the sanatorium, while the album's cover image is a close-up of Alice's face printed on two doors that actually open up and lead into a hospital.

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