Dismissed by the 70's die hard Coop fans, and what a shame, because some of Alice's best work came from 1980 to 1984, when he was in what now is known as his experimental stages. The known shock rocker, came in Paris with his trash-punk-disco garb, wearing his traditional makeup differently, and almost completely ignoring the play of his successful 70's era. Though some claim the early 80's Alice was garbage, they couldn't be further from the truth. Alice's best album may have been "DaDa" released in 1983. In this 4 year span Cooper released some great songs such as "Clones (we're all)", "Former Lee Warmer" "Zorros Accent", "Pain", "Who Do You think We Are", "Seven And Seven Is", "pass The Gun Around", and "Enoughs Enough". This Alice Cooper Special Forces in Paris DVD is filled with songs that you'll next to never get to see him perform in concert via live or DVD, and it features Vincent Furnier interviewing Alice Cooper!! It is extremely hard to find, so if you see one, grab it!
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