Flush the Fashion

Flush the Fashion

Released in 1980, Flush the Fashion is a huge pivot for Alice Cooper. Shedding his theatrical intricacies, the singer embraces New Wave’s sci-fi buzz and postmodern themes. Opening up the album are ”Clones (We’re All),” a satirical ode to conformity constructed from computerized vocals and drum-machine bops, and “Talk Talk,” a ’60s rave-up that mutates into cold, mechanical rock with whining synths. Cooper’s own songwriting proves to be just as good: “Nuclear Infected” is darkly humorous punk that pokes fun at meltdown anxiety.

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