Alice Coopers Greatest Hits 1974 Vinyl Album

£205.00

1974

Hand-Signed

12 x 12 inches

Produced by Warner Bros Records

In Great Condition

Unframed

We offer a bespoke framing service

With a BHP Collectibles COA

Postage and packaging free in the UK

Please contact us for worldwide shipping costs

1 in stock

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    About This Piece

    Introducing Alice Cooper’s Greatest Hits Vinyl Album, an electrifying compilation that encapsulates the essence of rock music legend Alice Cooper. Released by Warner Bros. Records in Germany in 1974, this album is a rock aficionado’s dream and a testament to Cooper’s enduring influence on the world of hard rock.

    This vinyl album takes you on a sonic journey through the highlights of Alice Cooper’s illustrious career. From the darkly theatrical “Welcome to My Nightmare” to the rebellious anthem “School’s Out,” each track embodies the raw power, captivating storytelling, and unapologetic rebellion that have cemented Alice Cooper’s status as a rock icon.

    Immerse yourself in the genre-defining sound of hard rock and Cooper’s distinctive style, which has left an indelible mark on the music industry. This album is not just a collection of hits; it’s a tribute to the enduring talent and electrifying performances of one of rock’s greatest icons.

    And to make this extraordinary album even more accessible, we proudly offer free postage and packaging within the UK. For our international customers, please contact us for worldwide shipping costs tailored to your location. We understand the importance of preserving your musical treasures, which is why we also provide a bespoke framing service to ensure your album is beautifully displayed, ready to become the centrepiece of your rock ‘n’ roll journey.

    Don’t miss this chance to own a timeless compilation of Alice Cooper’s greatest hits. Place your order today and bring the electrifying power of hard rock into your home.

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