Under My Wheels

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"Under My Wheels"
Single by Alice Cooper
from the album Killer
B-side "Desperado"
Released November 1971
Genre Heavy metal, hard rock, glam rock
Length 2:51
Label Warner Bros. Records
Writer(s) Michael Bruce, Dennis Dunaway, Bob Ezrin
Producer(s) Bob Ezrin
Alice Cooper singles chronology
"Caught in a Dream"
(1971)
"Under My Wheels"
(1971)
"Be My Lover"
(1972)

"Under My Wheels" is a rock song by Alice Cooper. It was originally released on the group's Killer album in 1971, and was also that album's first single release.

The song was written by Michael Bruce, Dennis Dunaway, and Bob Ezrin. It was re-recorded in 1988 by Cooper as a duet with Axl Rose of Guns N' Roses for the Slash Records release The Decline of Western Civilization Part II: The Metal Years, which came out after the release of the Raise Your Fist and Yell album, with its supporting US tour being opened by Guns N' Roses.

Cover versions[edit]

Joe Elliott, Phil Collen, Bob Kulick, Chuck Wright, Pat Torpey and Clarence Clemons covered the song for the 1999 tribute album Humanary Stew: A Tribute to Alice Cooper.

A live cover version by Manic Street Preachers was included on the CD single of "Motorcycle Emptiness".

It was also covered by Hanoi Rocks on their album All Those Wasted Years.

The song can be heard in the background during part of the Megadeth song "502".

In 1991, the song was covered by Gumball for the Sub Pop Singles Club.[1]

Releases on albums[edit]

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