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|"House of Fire"|
|Single by Alice Cooper featuring Joe Perry|
|from the album Trash|
|Songwriter(s)|| Alice Cooper |
|Alice Coopersingles chronology|
"House of Fire" is a 1989 single by American rock musician Alice Cooper from his 1989 album Trash . It was co-written by rock guitarist Joan Jett and American songwriter Desmond Child.
The single was first released in the UK in late 1989, where it peaked at #65."House of Fire" was released in the US in early 1990 and reached #56 on the Billboard Hot 100, and #39 on the Mainstream Rock Tracks chart.
A demo version of "House of Fire" was recorded by Bon Jovi and was released in 2014 as part of the bands New Jersey Deluxe Edition.
|Australian Singles Chart||80|
|UK Singles Chart||65|
|US Billboard Hot 100||56|
|US Mainstream Rock Tracks||39|
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