|Single by Alice Cooper|
|from the album Billion Dollar Babies|
|Genre||Heavy metal, rock, glam rock|
|Writer(s)||Alice Cooper, Glen Buxton, Michael Bruce, Dennis Dunaway, Neal Smith|
|Alice Cooper singles chronology|
"Elected" is a 1972 song by rock band Alice Cooper, the first Hot 100 hit from their 6th studio album Billion Dollar Babies. As a single it reached #26 during election week on the US charts, #4 on the UK charts and #3 in Austria. It inspired one of the first MTV-style story-line promo videos ever made for a song.
- "Elected" - 4:05
- "Luney Tune" - 3:36
Appearances on Albums
- Billion Dollar Babies
- Alice Cooper's Greatest Hits
- The Beast of Alice Cooper
- The Life and Crimes of Alice Cooper
- Mascara and Monsters: The Best of Alice Cooper
- The Definitive Alice Cooper
- The Essentials: Alice Cooper
- School's Out and Other Hits
- Alice Cooper - vocals
- Glen Buxton - Lead guitar
- Michael Bruce - rhythm guitar
- Dennis Dunaway - Bass
- Neal Smith - drums
|"(I Want To Be) Elected"|
|Single by Mr. Bean & Smear Campaign ft Bruce Dickinson|
|B-side||(I Want To Be) Elected|
|Format||7", CD single|
|Recorded||Battery Studios, London, 1992|
|Genre||Hard rock, Comedy rock|
|Label||London Records (for Comic Relief)|
|Writer(s)||A. Cooper, D. Dunaway, G. Buxton, M. Bruce, N. Smith|
- In 1992, a single and video version titled "(I Want To Be) Elected" by Mr. Bean and Smear Campaign was released in support of the British charity Comic Relief and featured a performance by Bruce Dickinson and members of the UK hard-rock band Taste (later known as Skin). The record was released in the run-up to the UK General Election of 1992 and reached No. 9 in the UK charts. The video version, in which Mr. Bean's doorstep canvassing and electoral stunts are intercut with live video of Dickinson and the band, was directed by Paul Weiland
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