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Does anyone know if there are any new tracks featuring on this release?


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 17, 2017 7:17 am 
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Amazon says this:

The full Alice Cooper album "Paranormal" incl. 2 bonus songs (previously released single B-Sides) on 1CD

I'm assuming these are either the group songs from CD2 of the original release or the Good Records version of Eighteen plus another from a forthcoming single (maybe Body, also from the Good Records set).










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I saw a tracklist and it was the original cd + the two groupsongs of cd 2.
Nothing special. Maybe some additional artwork and photos.

It's a strange release as I would think you start with the studio-cd and then later release the tour edition with live tracks. Now they are doing it reverse?


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mestreech wrote:
I saw a tracklist and it was the original cd + the two groupsongs of cd 2.
Nothing special. Maybe some additional artwork and photos.

It's a strange release as I would think you start with the studio-cd and then later release the tour edition with live tracks. Now they are doing it reverse?


I agree. At the moment I can`t see any selling point for this version at all.


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I saw the track list as well and it’s odd that they added the two band songs at the end of the album, but on the vinyl, they’re both sequenced before the Sound of A. Who is making these decisions?

Personally, I’ve gotten so used to their placement on the vinyl that it’s the only version in my mind. The Sound of A is such a classic AC album closer.


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TeresofBlood wrote:
I saw the track list as well and it’s odd that they added the two band songs at the end of the album, but on the vinyl, they’re both sequenced before the Sound of A. Who is making these decisions?

Personally, I’ve gotten so used to their placement on the vinyl that it’s the only version in my mind. The Sound of A is such a classic AC album closer.


It makes yo wonder and agreed on The Sound Of A.










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