In other news, there may be gem from Cooper's past that may see the light of day. The Deadly Seven is a late 90's/early 2000's project and according to a BraveWords.com source, the "demos sound great. Very mid-70's Goes To Hell / Lace."
In a 2007 interview with eight-time Oscar-winning composer Alan Menken by Bryan Reesman from AmericanWay, he filled in more blanks: "Alice Cooper and I started working years ago on a theatrical-concert idea that was the seven deadly sins according to Alice Cooper. It was called Alice’s Deadly Seven. It was a concept of Rob Roth, who directed the stage version of Beauty And The Beast and Aida. He and I have a Busby Berkeley project that has been pitched for years as a big Las Vegas–style production, and it may happen in the next couple of years. Rob brought Alice and me together. We got in a room and started working on this material. Alice wrote the lyrics, and I wrote the music. I did the demos, and we both sang parts of these. He would take my demos, and a couple of times, he came back with the demos he had done with members of Guns N’ Roses. It just never went any further. I think Alice is waiting until the record label he’s working with is ready to really do this right. This is one of those old-fashioned, big, fat concept albums. One of these days, if we stay healthy and live long enough, we’ll do it."