Cooper wrote this song with his wunderkind producer/songwriter/arranger Bob Ezrin. The song wasn't released as a single due to its macabre subject matter, but it became a favorite among Alice Cooper fans.
Ezrin was a longtime collaborator with Cooper. He produced a slew Alice Cooper's albums in the '70s, including the top-sellers School's Out
, Welcome to My Nightmare
and Alice Cooper Goes to Hell
. Ezrin also has credits on Pink Floyd's landmark album The Wall
and Kiss' multiplatinum-seller Destroyer
In our interview with Neal Smith
, who was the drummer with the original Alice Cooper Group, he discussed how integral Ezrin was to the band's success: "I can't underestimate the impact of what Bob did. Once Bob got involved, that was the missing part of the puzzle that we were looking for, and it took three albums to find him."