Alice Cooper - DaDa

6.7 | 72 votes |
Release date: 28 September 1982
Style: Hard rock, Glam rock, New Wave


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01. DaDa
02. Enough's Enough
03. Former Lee Warmer
04. No Man's Land
05. Dyslexia
06. Scarlet And Sheba
07. I Love America
08. Fresh Blood
09. Pass The Gun Around

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I can't remember ever feeling so misled by an opening track. The title track of DaDa is a dark and terrifying soundscape of clanking, pounding, machine noises and audio samples (including a doll's voice) with space-age synths leering overhead. "DaDa" is easily one of the most interesting and unorthodox pieces of music in Alice Cooper's discography, and by the first 30 seconds I was all geared up for a full album's worth of chilling ambient music. No matter how many times I listen to DaDa, I still get disappointed by the reality.

published 25.10.2017 | Comments (0)


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10.08.2015 - 11:53
Rating: 7
Picked this up in 85 in a sound shop bargain bin. Still have it and looks brand new. The music is not what the average person would expect from Alice Cooper but it does have some interesting stuff on it. I can relate to the whole "blackout" era of Alice from personal experience. It is very hard to conceive losing long periods of time from memory if you have never been through it. Happened to me. My short term memory is still not right.
10.08.2015 - 16:23
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Always liked this album and the cover art is amazing

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