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4.6 out of 5 stars
Muscle Of Love
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on 23 August 2017
Last album with the original Alice Cooper line up and personally think they produced the best of Alice Cooper. All great songs here including the 1974 single release Teenage Lament-remember one of the lyrics which my dad often used. "you better turn that damn thing down". My parents could never understand where my musical tastes came from. I was working in an independent record shop when this came out and can remember the cardboard box that this album came in and only being able to display one copy at a time as it was so thick. So 40 plus years still playing it loud but now on better sound equipment.
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on 12 March 2015
The only reason I am giving Muscle of Love 4 stars and not 5 is because Alice Cooper set the bar so high with their previous three albums (Killer, School's Out, and Billion Dollar Babies) that it would be unfair on these three albums to suggest that MoL reaches the same dizzy heights. Having said that, it's actually still a damn good album and in some ways harks back to the raw energy of albums like Love it to Death. There is evidence that the 'writing is on the wall' so to speak and it was to come as no surprise that this would turn out sadly to be the last album by the band. They may not have gone out with a bang but rest assured Muscle of Love is no whimper either, and still deserves it's place in any classic 70's rock record collection. It's an album that you can easily listen to from beginning to end without feeling the need to press the 'skip' button on the remote control at any point along the way.
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on 18 May 2015
This is the 7th album by the Alice Cooper band and features what should have been the theme song for the James Bond movie "Man With The Golden Gun" but Lulu beat him to it. The last of his albums to feature original band members Dennis Dunaway (bass), Glen Buxton (lead guitar), Michael Bruce (rhythm guitar) and Neal Smith (drums). This album also contains the singlesTeenage Lament '74 and Muscle Of Love. Just great.
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on 26 October 2015
Excellent Album that has lost nothing from it's transfer to Cd. Bought this Rocker to play in the car, as I haven't really grasped the download bug. Great collection of great songs to head-nod too. Nicely packaged with lyrics, photos from the LP inner sleeve and some credits from the original LP insert.
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on 31 December 2017
Superb album,love Vincent Furnier/Alice cooper.
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on 28 April 2012
Tongue in cheek, naughty and very very good. All true, the title track is slick fast and oily (oh matron!) I found it in an old second hand shop years ago and have bought four differant versions of it since as I keep wearing them out! The plain cover always makes me laugh too!
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on 29 August 2015
Good CD arrived on time
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on 3 September 2015
fine product
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on 19 February 2015
a very underated cd worth having
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on 6 August 2014
Bought it for my husband and even though he is an Alice fan, he did not know this album. It is fantastic, and it is played over & over again.
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