From Wikipedia From the Inside is a concept album by Alice Cooper, released in 1978. It was inspired by Cooper's stay in a New York sanitarium due to his alcoholism. Each of the characters in the songs were based on actual people Cooper met in the sanitarium. With this album, Alice Cooper saw the addition of three former members of the Elton John band: lyricist Bernie Taupin, guitarist Davey Johnstone, and bassist Dee Murray. Track listing 1."From the Inside" (Alice Cooper, Dick Wagner, Bernie Taupin, David Foster) – 3:55 2."Wish I Were Born in Beverly Hills" - (Cooper, Wagner, Taupin) – 3:38 3."The Quiet Room" (Cooper, Wagner, Taupin) – 3:52 4."Nurse Rozetta" (Cooper, Steve Lukather, Taupin, Foster) – 4:15 5."Millie and Billie" (Cooper, Taupin, Bruce Roberts) – 4:15 Performed by Alice Cooper & Marcy Levy 6."Serious" (Cooper, Lukather, Taupin, Foster) – 2:44 7."How You Gonna See Me Now" (Cooper, Wagner, Taupin) – 3:57 8."For Veronica's Sake" (Cooper, Wagner, Taupin) – 3:37 9."Jackknife Johnny" (Cooper, Wagner, Taupin) – 3:45 10."Inmates (We're All Crazy)" (Cooper, Wagner, Taupin) – 5:03 One of three Alice Cooper albums to be reissued in 1990 by Metal Blade records on CD and cassette. The other two were Muscle of Love and Lace & Whiskey. All three are now out of print. Personnel Alice Cooper - vocals David Foster - keyboards Steve Lukather - guitar Davey Johnstone - guitar Jim Keltner - drums Jay Graydon - synthesizer, guitar, keyboard programming Howard Kaylan - vocals Dee Murray - bass Rick Nielsen - guitar Mark Volman - vocals Dick Wagner - guitar "From the Inside" was released in an edited version as a promotional single, with Nurse Rozetta as the B-Side. How You Gonna See Me Now was released with a B-Side called "No Tricks". This is the only time a non-album song was released on a single. The song is now available on CD in the box set.