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Clones (We're All)

"Clones"
B-side "Model Citizen"
Released May 1980
Recorded January 1980
Genre New Wave
Length 2:51
Label Warner Bros. Records
Writer(s) David Carron
Producer Roy Thomas Baker
Alice Cooper singles chronology

"From the Inside"
(1979)
"Clones (We're All)"
(1980)
"Talk Talk"
(1980)

"Clones (We're All)" is a 1980 single by rock singer Alice Cooper taken from his 1980 album Flush the Fashion. It reached #40 in the US charts, his first top 40 single in two years. The song is about forced conformity. Cooper reports that he wanted to do the song because he was looking for a new sound.[1] It was written by David Carron (1948-84), who had played in Arlo Guthrie's Shenandoah, and the short lived Gulliver.

The song has been covered by many artists, including The Smashing Pumpkins, the Epoxies, Penal Colony, and Bile,[2] and sampled by Akira the Don for his track Clones (featuring Bashy).

Chart positions

Year Chart Position
1980 Pop Singles 40
1980 Club Play Singles 69

Appearances on Albums

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