Alice Cooper, 'Ballad of Dwight Fry'
To help Alice Cooper channel horror movie actor Dwight Frye (the song dropped the "e" in his name), producer Bob Ezrin had Cooper wear a straightjacket while recording this song. "Probably my most psychologically disturbed song," as Cooper described it to the Boston Globe, it's about Frye's character, Renfield, from the 1931 film Dracula. "He was the guy nobody ever recognized, but he was the scariest guy," Cooper said. The song ends with Cooper frantically yelling, "I gotta get out of here!," a sentiment he easily conveyed after seven hours of forced restraint.