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Teenage Frankenstein

"Teenage Frankenstein"
Single by Alice Cooper
from the album Constrictor
Released April 1987
Recorded 1986
Genre Hard rock, heavy metal
Length 4:40
Label MCA Records
Writer(s) Alice Cooper, Kane Roberts
Producer(s) Alice Cooper
Alice Cooper singles chronology
"He's Back (The Man Behind the Mask)"
(1986)
"Teenage Frankenstein"
(1987)
"Freedom"
(1987)

"Teenage Frankenstein" is the second single by American rock musician Alice Cooper from his 1986 album Constrictor. Though the single failed to chart, it helped to make Constrictor into Cooper's highest charting album since 1980's Flush the Fashion.

Along with 2 other Alice Cooper songs, "He's Back (The Man Behind the Mask)" and "Hard Rock Summer" (which was not featured on "Constrictor"), "Teenage Frankenstein" was written to be featured as part of the soundtrack to the horror film Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives.

The 7" single featured a live version of "School's Out" as its B-Side. The 12" single featured "School's Out (live)" as well as a live version of "Only Women Bleed".

The Song was written by Alice Cooper and Kane Roberts.

Music video

A music video was produced to promote the single.

Tracklisting

  1. "Teenage Frankenstein"
  2. "School's Out (Live)"
  3. "Only Women Bleed (Live)"

Album appearances

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