Alice Cooper on Danny Baker's Great Album Showdown

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Alice Cooper on Danny Baker's Great Album Showdown

Post by steven_crayn » Tue Feb 05, 2013 9:59 pm

Tonights Rock episode (9-10pm BBC4) had clip of School's Out TOTP, album cover and Mary Whitehouse repeated later tonight/early hours BBC4 3am and Tuesday 9pm. Also online & Virgin Media catchup.

Whole show/series worth watching, part of the BBC The Golden Age of the Album season.
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Re: Alice Cooper on Danny Baker's Great Album Showdown

Post by steven_crayn » Fri Feb 08, 2013 1:09 am

funny on the second episode on 'pop' albums Boy George picked Man Who Sold The World after his bother got sick of it and started listening to Alice Cooper and The Faces!
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Post by cherrypie » Sat Feb 09, 2013 7:11 pm

Faces..OMG I LOVED them, I wish they would do another gig, I missed them at Cornbury
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Re: Alice Cooper on Danny Baker's Great Album Showdown

Post by Vlad the Impala » Sat Feb 09, 2013 10:29 pm

This was an awesome programme (File under: Rock).
I sat there thinking - Hey, they're singing from MY hymn sheet!
An homage to the (almost) long-lost 12" album with a gatefold sleeve, wherein you could read lyrics, look at liner notes and enjoy lovely photos and artwork (take a bow, Roger Dean!)

With CDs I have to use a magnifying glass, and don't get me started on mp3 files!!
School's out FOREVER!!"
Speaking as an ex-teacher, I can confirm that it really is!!

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