Former Child Actor

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Former Child Actor
Studio album by Corey Feldman
Released 2002 (2002)
Genre Rock
Language English
Label Crazy Bastard
Corey Feldman chronology
Still Searching for Soul
Former Child Actor

Former Child Actor is Corey Feldman's third album. It was his first record on Crazy Bastard Records. The title track was co-written with Rick Springfield. "I'm Flying Away" is a cover of the Dead Milkmen's song and "Jingle Bell Rock" is a heavy alternate version. A cover of John Lennon's "Imagine" was available on the first 2,000 copies. In a 2002 edition of The Howard Stern Show which was broadcast on E!, Feldman played the title track in a battle of the bands against Stern's band The Losers, who played "Spirit in the Sky," and lost.

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Allmusic 1.5/5 stars link

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Former Child Actor"
  2. "Diseased"
  3. "Systematic Gateway"
  4. "You Can't Win"
  5. "Megalo Man"
  6. "Phony People"
  7. "I'm Flying Away"
  8. "Jingle Bell Rock"
  9. "What Is a Dog?"
  10. "Imagine" (only available on first 2,000 copies)[1]
  11. "I Believe Again"
  12. "What's Up with Youth?"


  1. ^ Mike Barthel (2012-04-03). "Listening To The Corey Feldman Prog-Rock Record". The Awl. Retrieved 2013-07-03.