Thursday, September 25, 2003 @ 11:09 AM
Spitfire To Release The Eye
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
FANS ANXIOUSLY AWAIT THE NEW ALICE COOPER ALBUM IN STORES, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30thThe Eyes of Alice Cooper will be released with four original CD covers
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Alice Cooper has made the album he has always wanted to make. Entitled The Eyes of Alice Cooper, this garage style Rock & Roll album will finally give fans what they have been waiting for.
The Eyes of Alice Cooper will drop nationwide on Tuesday, September 30th and will be released with four individual unique CD covers. The black & white CD covers will feature the eyes of Alice Cooper in four various colors: blue, purple, green and red. Die-hard fans will want to pick-up all four album covers in stores soon. When asked about the four different CD covers, Alice replied, "Really?? You mean there's four different ones?? Maybe people will buy all four of them!"
The story of how The Eyes of Alice Cooper came to life is very interesting. "I wanted to record this album as LIVE as possible," says Alice, "with everyone playing at the same time, and just a few essential overdubs." With producer Mudrock, the album was made in less than one month. "If you want a garage band-style rock and roll album, then don't go into a traditional recording studio," said Mudrock. "Sometimes attitudes change inside the cozy confines of a recording studio. There was an empty room right across the lot at Mates that we turned into a makeshift recording studio causing us not to lose the garage ambience."
The concept of the album is, keep it simple and make it rock. The album is an abrupt and significant musical and lyrical departure, which should come as no surprise because Alice Cooper is anything but predictable.
All four album covers will be released simultaneously in stores nationwide on Tuesday, September 30th. Alice Cooper starts his national tour at the end of September hitting 28 cities across the country, through Halloween because that is "his time of the year" and it just makes sense.