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Alice Cooper: Love it to Death

On March 9, 1971, “Straight” label released “Love It to Death”, the third Alice Cooper studio album. It was recorded November – December 1970, at “RCA Mid-American Recording Center” in Chicago, Illinois, and was produced by Jack Richardson and Bob Ezrin.


  • Alice Cooper – vocals, harmonica
  • Glen Buxton – lead guitar
  • Michael Bruce – rhythm guitar, keyboards, backing vocals
  • Dennis Dunaway – bass guitar, backing vocals
  • Neal Smith – drums, backing vocals
  • Bob Ezrin – (credited as Toronto Bob Ezrin) – keyboards
  • Brian Christian – session engineer
  • Randy Kring – mastering engineer
  • Bill Conners – recording technician
  • Jack Richardson – executive producer

Track listing:

  1. Caught in a Dream – Michael Bruce
  2. I’m Eighteen – Michael Bruce, Alice Cooper, Dennis Dunaway, Neal Smith, Glen Buxton
  3. Long Way to Go – Michael Bruce
  4. Black Juju – Dennis Dunaway
  5. Is It My Body – Michael Bruce, Alice Cooper, Dennis Dunaway, Neal Smith, Glen Buxton
  6. Hallowed Be My Name – Neal Smith
  7. Second Coming – Alice Cooper
  8. Ballad of Dwight Fry – Michael Bruce, Alice Cooper
  9. Sun Arise – Harry Butler, Rolf Harris


Rikki Rockett: Glitter 4 Your Soul

On January 7, 2003, “Slave To the Rhythm Productions, Inc” label released “Glitter 4 Your Soul”, the debut Rikki Rockett studio album. It was recorded 1999 – 2003, at “The Hit Shed” in Santa Clarita, California and was produced by Rikki Rockett.


  • Rikki Rockett – vocals, drums, percussion, additional engineering, mixing
  • Bret Michaels – vocal
  • Jizzy Pearl – vocal
  • John Corabi – vocal
  • Gina Shock – vocal
  • Cliff Calabro – vocal
  • David Isaacs – vocal
  • Lucy Levinsohn – vocal
  • Eleanor Academia – vocal
  • Dick Swagger – vocal
  • Blues Saraceno – guitar
  • Christy Calabro – guitar
  • John Linn – additional guitar
  • Stu Simone – keyboards
  • Jeremy Rubolino – keyboards
  • Chuck Garric – bass
  • C.C. Deville – backing vocals
  • Christy Calabro – backing vocal
  • Mark Castrillon – backing vocal
  • Jeremy Rubolinobacking vocal
  • Cliff Calabro – backing vocal, engineer, mixing, co-producer

Track listing:

  1. Action – Sweet cover
  2. Fame – David Bowie cover
  3. Do You Wanna Touch Me – Gary Glitter cover
  4. Tear It Down – Starz cover
  5. Elected – Alice Cooper cover
  6. Trash – New York Dolls cover
  7. All the Way from Memphis – Mott The Hoople cover
  8. Rock On – David Essex cover
  9. Can You Feel It – Angel cover
  10. Life’s a Gas – T. Rex cover
  11. Star Star – The Rolling Stones cover

Dee Murray

On January 15, 1992, David Murray Oates aka Dee Murray died aged 45. He was musician (bass), was member, recorded and performed with The Mirage, Spencer Davis Group, Elton John, Procol Harum, Alice Cooper, Beth Nielsen Chapman, John Prine, Jimmy Webb, Yvonne Elliman, Ronnie Hawkins, Shaun Cassidy, Bernie Taupin, Brian Cadd, but was best known as the bass player of the Elton John Band.

On November 20, 1973.

On November 20, 1973, “Warner Bros” label released “Muscle of Love”, the seventh and final Alice Cooper band studio album. It was recorded in 1973, at “Sunset Sound” in Hollywood, “Record Plant” in New York, “The Cooper Mansion” in Greenwich, Connecticut, and was produced by Jack Richardson and Jack Douglas.


  • Alice Cooper – vocals
  • Glen Buxton – lead guitar
  • Michael Bruce – rhythm guitar, backing vocals
  • Dennis Dunaway – bass guitar, backing vocals
  • Neal Smith – drums, backing vocals
  • Mick Mashbir – guitar
  • Dick Wagner – guitar
  • Bob Dolin – keyboards, backing vocals
  • Paul Prestopino – banjo
  • Dave Libert, Dolly, Stu Daye, Dennis Ferrante, Joe Gannon, The Big Cheese, Liza Minnelli, Labelle, Ronnie Spector, The Pointer Sisters – backing vocals

Track listing:

  1. Big Apple Dreamin’ (Hippo) – Alice Cooper, Glen Buxton, Michael Bruce, Dennis Dunaway, Neal Smith
  2. Never Been Sold Before – Alice Cooper, Glen Buxton, Michael Bruce, Dennis Dunaway, Neal Smith
  3. Head Hearted Alice – Alice Cooper, Michael Bruce
  4. Crazy Little Child – Alice Cooper, Michael Bruce
  5. Working Up a Sweat – Alice Cooper, Michael Bruce
  6. Muscle of Love – Alice Cooper, Michael Bruce
  7. Man With the Golden Gun – Alice Cooper, Glen Buxton, Michael Bruce, Dennis Dunaway, Neal Smith
  8. Teenage lament ’74 – Alice Cooper, Michael Bruce
  9. Woman Machine – Alice Cooper, Glen Buxton, Michael Bruce, Dennis Dunaway, Neal Smith

Whitey Glan

On November 7, 2017, Pentti “Whitey” Glan died aged 71. He was musician (drums), member of the band The Rogues (later Mandala), performed and recorded with Bette Midler, John Kay, American Flyer, Bush, Klaatu, Anne Murray, Domenic Trolano, David Wilcox, Downchild Blues Band, Alice Cooper, and Lou Reed.

Robert Kreinar

On July 16, 2012, Robert Kreinar aka Bob Babbitt died aged 74. He was musician (bass), member of the “Motown Records” studio band The Funk Brothers, MFSB for “Philadelphia International Records”, and founding member of Scorpion. As a session musician Babbitt recorded for Frank Sinatra, Barry Manilow, Gloria Gaynor, Robert Palmer, Alice Cooper, Gladys Knight & the Pips, The Spinners, Stevie Wonder, Edwin Starr, Smokey Robinson & the Miracles, Marvin Gaye, Freda Payne, The Temptations, and The Main Ingredient. “Bass Player” magazine ranked Babbitt at number 59 on its list of the “100 Greatest Bass Players of All Time”.

On June 25, 1969.

On June 25, 1969, “Straight Records” label released “Pretties for You”, the debut Alice Cooper studio album. It was recorded 1968 – 1969, at “Whitney Studios” in Los Angeles, and was produced by Alice Cooper.


  • Alice Cooper– lead vocals, harmonica
  • Glen Buxton– lead guitar
  • Michael Bruce– lead and backing vocals, rhythm guitar, keyboards
  • Dennis Dunaway– bass guitar, backing vocals
  • Neal Smith– drums, backing vocals
  • Edward Beardsley – cover painting

Track listing:

All tracks by Alice Cooper, Glen Buxton, Michael Bruce, Dennis Dunaway, and Neal Smith.

  1. Titanic Overture
  2. 10 Minutes Before the Worm
  3. Sing Low, Sweet Cheerio
  4. Today Mueller
  5. Living
  6. Fields of Regret
  7. No Longer Umpire
  8. Levity Ball
  9. B. on Mars
  10. Reflected
  11. Apple Bush
  12. Earwigs to Eternity
  13. Changing Arranging


On June 16, 1986.

On June 16, 1986, “Arista” label released “Change of Address”, the ninth Krokus studio album. It was recorded September 1985 – May 1986, at “Artisan Sound Recorders” in Hollywood, and was produced by Tom Werman and Fernando von Arb.


  • Marc Storace– vocals
  • Fernando von Arb– lead guitar
  • Mark Kohler – rhythm guitar
  • Tommy Keiser – bass
  • Jeff Klaven – drums, percussion
  • Paul Fox– keyboards
  • Jai Winding – keyboards
  • Leon Gaer – bass
  • Allan Holdsworth– guitar solo
  • David Mansfield– acoustic guitar
  • ‘The Brat Choir’ with Nina Werman and friends – backing vocals
  • Tom Kelly, Tommy Funderburk, Bob Garlyle – backing vocals
  • Tom Werman– mixing
  • Duane Baron – engineer
  • Peter Barker – assistant engineer
  • David Eaton – mixing assistant
  • Jürg Naegeli – pre-production engineer

 Track listing:

All tracks by Fernando von Arb, Jeff Klaven, Marc Storace, except where noted.

  1. Now (All Through the Night)
  2. Hot Shot City – Tommy Keiser, Mark Kohler, Jeff Klaven, Mark Storace
  3. School’s Out – Alice Cooper, Michael Bruce, Glen Buxton, Dennis Dunaway, Neal Smith
  4. Let This Love Begin – Fernando von Arb, Klaven
  5. Burning Up the Night – Fernando von Arb, Mark Storace
  6. Say Goodbye
  7. World on Fire
  8. Hard Luck Hero
  9. Long Way from Home

Robert Kulick

On May 28, 2020, Robert J. Kulick died aged 70. He was musician (guitar) and producer, best known for his studio work with Kiss,  Kulick has also worked with Lou Reed, Diana Ross, Paul Stanley,  W.A.S.P.,  Neverland Express, Meat Loaf, Michael Bolton, Doro, Balance, Motörhead, Tim Curry, Alice Cooper, Mark Farner, Janis Ian, Was (Not Was), Kris Hadlock, Spys, Blackthorne, David Glen Eisley, Skull, Michael Wendroff and Random Blues Band. As a leader Kulick recorded one album.