|"Teenage Lament '74"|
|Single by Alice Cooper|
|from the album Muscle of Love|
|B-side||"Hard Hearted Alice"|
|Genre||Rock, glam rock|
|Label||Warner Bros. 7762|
|Songwriter(s)||Alice Cooper, Neal Smith|
|Producer(s)||Jack Douglas, Jack Richardson|
|Alice Cooper singles chronology|
"Teenage Lament '74" is a song by Alice Cooper. It was released on the album Muscle of Love, and was written by Cooper and Neal Smith.
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