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Interviewer: TREVOR SMITH
33 1/3 RPM
Promotional Interview recorded during 1989 Australian Trash Tour
"Not for resale - Property of CBS Records Australia Limited"
Made In Australia
Trash is the eleventh studio album released by Alice Cooper in 1989. The album features the single Poison, Cooper's first top ten hit since his single You And Me in 1977 and marked a great success in Cooper's musical career, reaching the Top 20 of various album charts and selling more than two million copies. Trash featured John McCurry who has previously worked with Julian Lennon on guitar, Hugh McDonald of Bon Jovi on bass as well as Bobby Chouinard and Alan St. Jon, both from Billy Squier's. Toronto t. station Much Music hosted a one hour special featuring the interview and videos. This is the interview segments Cooper had his biggest hit in a decade with 'Trash,' released on July 25, 1989. Released on July 25, 1989, Trash was fronted by Poison, Cooper's first pop Top 10 hit in over a decade, and accompanied by a successful tour that found him barreling through American cities behind the wheel of a garbage truck. After years of putting out records that failed to chart in the States, he couldn't hide his excitement over his change in fortune. Certain people ought to be aware by now of what Alice Cooper is and what he does. But there is a whole new audience out there, he enthused in the months after the album hit. Band Name Alice Cooper. Album Name Trash Interview. Type EP. Released date 1989. Labels CBS Records. Music StyleHard-Rock. Members owning this album0. Promo only Interview with Trevor Smith LP to Promote the Trash Album in Australia. Buy this album. buy buy buy buy buy buy buy. Alice Cooper. Learn more. Other productions from Alice Cooper. Trash Alice Cooper album. After Alice's return to the music industry with the successful The Nightmare Returns tour, Cooper had sought assistance from Desmond Child to create a comeback album. Trash became one of Cooper's biggest albums, accompanied by music videos for Poison, Bed of Nails, House of Fire, and Only My Heart Talkin'. A successful year-long worldwide concert tour in support of the album was documented in the home video release Alice Cooper Trashes The World. The Alice Cooper Show. During the early '70s, the original Alice Cooper put on amazing live shows, cranking out mega-decibel hard rock anthems and combining theatrics with high-energy performances. But after the band split up in 1974, Alice went in a much more theatrical direction, almost as if the music were secondary to the live performance. Despite the fact that the original band excelled in a live setting, a live album from the era was never issued AC's first live release turned out to be 1977's Alice Cooper Show. Trash is the eighteenth studio album released by Alice Cooper in 1989. The album features the single Poison , Coopers first top ten hit since his single You And Me in 1977 and marked a great success in Coopers musical career, reaching the Top 20 of various album charts and selling more than two million copies. Trash is the first Alice Cooper album to feature John McCurry on guitar, Hugh McDonald on bass, and Bobby Chouinard on drums. The album features the single Poison , Coopers first top ten hit since his single You And Me in 1977. He was back in business. Alice speaks about this albums concept and process in a 1989 interview, check it out Trash Q&A. Trash is not Alice Cooper's best but it's immensely enjoyable nonetheless. A reviewer here has pointed to the fact that Mr. Cooper hangs his head in shame on the cover while delivering unabashed Trash. I find that pretty funny as it may actually contain quite a bit of truth. Alice Cooper is not a very complicated musician lyrically speaking but his endless diversified quest in finding a right sound has produced some very memorable albums. ALICE COOPER The Trash Interview With Alice Cooper Rare 1989 Australian promo only LP hosted by Trevor Smith SAMP250