Dada CD Album
2001, Warner Brothers, 7599-23969-2
This European CD version of Dada, the last Alice Cooper album released under the Warner Brothers label, comes in a jewel case and features an 8-page booklet containing track listings, lyrics and credits.
NOTE: A further CD copy of this album is included in 'The Studio Albums 1969-1983' boxset and can be seen here.
Dada Cassette Album
1983, Warner Brothers, 92-3969-4
This French Dada cassette was produced in 1983 and features a simple J-card containing track listings and credits.
Dada 12" Promotional Vinyl Album
1983, Warner Brothers, 1-23969
This USA 12" promotional vinyl album comes in a simple card sleeve and features an optical illusion image adapted from the Salvador Dalí painting Slave Market With The Disappearing Bust of Voltaire (can you see the creepy-looking head?). Also provided on the front cover is a gold 'LENT FOR PROMOTIONAL USE ONLY...' stamp, which was also used on promotional copies of the Zipper Catches Skin album. On the rear of the sleeve are track listings and credits, as no inner sleeve was produced for this album.
The disc is housed in a generic Warner Brothers sleeve and features cream Warner Brother labels, which are identical to USA stock copies (i.e. the gold stamp on the front is the only way to differentiate promotional copies from stock copies).
Dada 12" Vinyl Album
1983, Warner Brothers, 92-3969-1
This UK vinyl version of Dada comes in a simple card sleeve and features a black vinyl disc complete with cream Warner Brothers labels. On the rear of the sleeve are track listings, lyrcis and credits.
Dada 12" Vinyl Album
2018, Rhino Entertainment, 603497860760
This European 140 gram vinyl re-issue of Dada is almost identical to the original release (above) only that it now has a nice partially translucent 'Orange Swirl' effect vinyl and associated hype sticker on the front of the sleeve. The disc features the familiar Warner Bros labels and was limited to 4,500 copies worldwide.
I Love America 12" Vinyl Single
1983, Warner Brothers, Alice 1(T)
After being treated exclusively to the For Britain Only single a year earlier, the UK again saw a unique release in the shape of I Love America in 1983.
The fact that the song is all about America is testimony to the strength of Alice's loyal following in the UK at the time, when fans in other countries had lost interest during a period of commercial and, to some, artistic decline.
This 12" vinyl single features cream Warner Brothers labels, a card sleeve and includes I Love America On Side A and Fresh Blood and Pass The Gun Around on Side B (all from the Dada Album).
The front of the sleeve features an image of Alice performing live whilst holding aloft an American flag, whereas the back features track listings and promotional material for the Dada album.
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