As a title, well you know, I guess it's like everything else. When you write a song, you write an album, I like to have a song that's representative of everything you're trying to do; now we always didn't do it. 'Love it to Death,' we didn't have a song called "Love it to Death", but certainly 'Killer,' we did have a song called "Killer", and School's Out as well. 'Billion Dollar Babies' and 'Muscle of Love. ' It's sort of traditional with the original Alice Cooper. I haven't always done that but I like to do that if it works.
And in this situation, that song is tough enough to represent KillSmith, and 'Sexual Savior ' certainly represents the sexual part of rock and roll, and what this project was about. And like you said, the 16 page booklet inside is certainly representative of that.
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