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Alice Cooper

Alice Cooper


Promotional Singles: 12–inch

EPIC (1347 “I Got a Line on You”) $5-$8

EPIC (1663 “Poison”) $5-$8 / 1989

EPIC (1686 “Trash”) $5-$8 / 1989

EPIC (1890 “I’m Your Gun”) $5-$8 / 1989

MCA (17177 “He’s Back”) $5-$8 / 1986

MCA (17205 “Give It Up”) $5-$8 / 1986

W.B. (864 “Clones”) $10-$15 / 1980

W.B. (1059 “I Like Girls”) $5-$8


Singles: 7–inch

ATLANTIC (3254 thru 3298) $4-$6 / 1975

EPIC $3-$5 / 1989-1990

MCA $3-$5 / 1986-1987

STRAIGHT (101 “Reflected”) $75-$125 / 1969

W.B. (7398 “Shoe Salesman”) $75-$125 / 1970

W.B. (7449 thru 7762) $5-$10 / 1970-1973

W.B. (8228 thru 8695) $4-$6 / 1976-1978

W.B. (49000 series) $3-$5 / 1980


Promotional Singles

ATLANTIC $5-$10 / 1975

MCA $3-$6 / 1986-1987

W.B. 8-12 / 1970-1980


Picture Sleeves

MCA $3-$5 / 1987

W.B. $4-$8 / 1972-1980


EPs: 7–inch

W.B. $15-$25 / 1973
(Juke box issues only)


LPs: 10/12–inch

ATLANTIC $5-$10 / 1975-1978

EPIC $5-$10 / 1989

MFSL (063 “Welcome to My Nightmare”) $50-$75 / 1982

MCA $5-$10 / 1986-1987

STRAIGHT (1051 “Pretties for You”) $30-$40 / 1969
(Cover has a drawing of a woman raising her dress, with a yellow sticker covering her crotch area. Price is for cover with sticker still intact)

STRAIGHT (1051 “Pretties for You”) $20-$30 / 1969
(Cover shows the woman with the sticker removed and panties showing)

W.B. (Except 1883, 2567 & 2623) $8-$12 / 1973-1984

W.B. (1883 “Love It to Death”) $25-$30 / 1971
(Black cover has Cooper’s right thumb showing through his wrap. Does NOT have white block reading “Including Their Hit I’m Eighteen”)

W.B. (1883 “Love It to Death”) $15-$20 / 1971
(Black cover has Cooper’s right thumb showing through his wrap. Has white block reading “Including Their Hit I’m Eighteen.” Also includes issue with huge white stripes at top and bottom of cover)

W.B. (1883 “Love It to Death”) $5-$10 / 1971
(Black cover does NOT have Cooper’s right thumb showing through his wrap. Has the white block reading “Including Their Hit I’m Eighteen”)

W.B. (2567 “Killer”) $15-$20 / 1971
(With poster and 1972 calendar)

W.B. (2567 “Killer”) $5-$10 72
(Without poster and calendar)

W.B. (2623 “School’s Out”) $100-$200 72
(With panties attached. Panties came in four different colors: pink, white, yellow, and blue. Back cover does not list titles)

W.B. (2623 “School’s Out”) $20-$30 / 1972
(With panties attached. Back cover lists titles)

W.B. (2623 “School’s Out”) $5-$10 72
(With no paper panties. Back cover lists titles)

W.B. (2685 “Billion Dollar Babies”) $5-$10 / 1973

W.B. (BS4-2685 “Billion Dollar Babies”) $30-$40 / 1973
(Quadraphonic)

W.B. (2748 “Muscle of Love”) $5-$10 / 1973

W.B. (BBS4-2748 “Muscle of Love”) $30-$40 / 1973
(Quadraphonic)

W.B. (2803 thru 3581) $5-$10 / 1974-1981

W.B./STRAIGHT (1051 “Pretties for You”) $15-$20 / 1969

W.B./STRAIGHT (1845 “Easy Action”) $30-$35 / 1970
(With the name “Alice Cooper” in black letters on front cover)

W.B./STRAIGHT (1845 “Easy Action”) $5-$10 / 1970
(With “Alice Cooper” in white letters on front)


Promotional LPs

CHELSEA PROD (“Allison’s Tea House”) $25-$30 / 1974
(Selection number not known)

STRAIGHT (1051 “Pretties for You”) $45-$55 / 1969
(Cover has drawing of a woman raising her dress, with a yellow sticker covering her crotch area. Price is for cover with sticker still intact)

STRAIGHT (1051 “Pretties for You”) $30-$40 / 1969
(Cover shows the woman with the sticker removed and panties showing)

STRAIGHT (1845 “Easy Action”) $25-$30 / 1970

STRAIGHT (1883 “Love It to Death”) $100-$200 / 1971
(Gatefold)

W.B. $20-$40 / 1971-1978
(Includes all white label promo labels)

W.B./STRAIGHT (“Pretties for You”) $25-$30 / 1969
(Selection number not known)

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