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500 Greatest Albums of All Time

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Alice Cooper, 'Love It to Death'


Alice Cooper, 'Love It to Death'
454/500

Warner Bros., 1971

Onstage, Cooper was the shock-rock king who decapitated baby dolls, but his early studio albums are smart, razor-sharp attacks of Detroit rock. On Love It to Death, producer Bob Ezrin joins him for the twisted kicks of "Hallowed Be My Name" and the teen-spirit anthem "I'm Eighteen."


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