ALICE COOPER Featured On Debut EP From His Son's Band

According to SickThingsUK, RUNAWAY PHOENIX — the Phoenix, Arizona-based band fronted by Dash Cooper, son of legendary rocker Alice Cooper — has released its first EP, simply entitled "The E.P.". The six-song effort includes a guest appearance by the shock rocker himself in the lead-off cut "Tug Of War".

"The E.P." track listing:

01. Tug Of War (featuring Alice Cooper)
02. Ladies Of The 80's
03. Win You Over
04. Destination Unknown
05. Invisible To You
06. What I Left Behind

Originally formed in 2002, RUNAWAY PHOENIX "has compiled the hottest new talent to become one of Arizona's most sought-after rock bands," according to the group's official bio. "RUNAWAY PHOENIX puts a modern spin on the sounds of classic metal rock... it's sweet and ballsy and a new sound people cannot get enough of!"


Dash Cooper - Vocals
Scot Savale - Lead Guitar
Mark Savale - Drums
Chiko Wolf - Rhythm Guitar
Jimmy Baldwin - Bass

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