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9 Comments on " Give It Up - Alice Cooper (2) - Constrictor (CD, Album) "

  • Get it now! "Don't Give Up" is a song about what we’ve all been going through right now and about keeping our heads up and fighting back together. This video wouldn’t have been possible without you - and who knows, you might be in it! And whatever you do - "Don't Give Up".
  • Jan 27,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - ALICE COOPER - The World Needs Guts - Give It Up (Live ) YouTube The World Needs Guts - Duration: Official Alice Cooper 12, views.
  • Alice Cooper - Constrictor: Tracklist Teenage Frankenstein: A2: Give It Up: A3: Thrill My Gorilla: A4: Life And Death Of The Party * Items below may differ depending on the release. Alice Cooper Discography Price Guide Recently Listed Email Alerts Refine Search Results. Artist: Title: Label: Cat Num: Barcode.
  • Constrictor is the album by Alice Cooper. This album has 2 singles called "Teenage Frankenstein" & "He's Back (The Man Behind The Mask)", which was the theme song for Friday The 13th Part IV: Jason Lives (). I will rate each track and explain why: /5().
  • ometimes Alice will tell a story with an album like in Alice Cooper Goes to Hell or The Last Temptation instead of just throwing a bunch of songs on an album. I think that's so cool. It's kinda like being read a story to you by someone but it's a lot better because the teller in this case has music to wrap the words in.
  • Give It Up (track 2) He’s Back (The Man Behind the Mask) (Friday the 13th, Part 6: Jason Lives) (track 10) Life and Death of the Party (track 4).
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  • View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Constrictor on Discogs/5(13).
  • At a time when many of the forgotten bands of the '70s began to resurface, Alice Cooper released Constrictor in , his first album in three years. The album attempts a fresh start, which made sense, since Cooper suffered physically, creatively, and commercially over the past decade due to changing trends and alcoholism, which left his latest releases void of the energy that had made Killer.